Question about Arctic Cat 2004 500 4x4
Make sure the kill switch/etc is not in the OFF position!
..Check to see if the spark plug will fire..this will be a two man job... if not..proceed with the following..
... Disconnect the battery.. check the voltage... should be 12.5+ volts if its fully charged..
Reconnect the battery... MAKE SURE you have a thick wire from the battery to the solenoid... now...check the voltage on the +wire from the battery at the solenoid stud.. should be 12.5+ volts..(same as battery)..
If you have voltage at the solenoid, take a screwdriver and jump between the main threaded studs of the solenoid.. it should turn the engine over.. if not.. you have a bad solenoid..OR NO voltage!!
Do this and repost with the results...
Posted on May 31, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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