Question about ATVs
Have you disconnected the battery and tried charging it to see if it would hold a charge disconnected? If not, the battery is probably bad. If it will hold a charge, then connect the battery ground cable, then touch the positive cable to the positive battery post and watch for a spark (make sure the key is turned off). If there's a spark, then something is pulling your batter down when the bike isn't running. Now if you have an electronic speedometer, dash gauges, etc., those will draw in order to maintain memory. Disconnect the wires to them then try again.
There's only so much I can tell you this way. I work on electrical systems often, and it can be a real process.
Posted on Nov 25, 2014
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