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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2009 arctic cat 4x4 auto 500
Unless you have a few special tools...flywheel remover, case splitters, crank installer, clutch tool, factory service manual.etc.. TAKE it to a professional!!
Posted on Aug 10, 2014
1. Never jump start an ATV, Motorcycle, UTV..etc from a automobile! The amperage is TOO high, you can damage a lot of expensive electrical components!! ..very quickly!
You cannot home trouble shoot without a new battery or fully charged battery with good solid clean connections!!
2. Have the battery tested or simply buy a GOOD new one!
3. Does the starter spin at all? Is there a clicking noise when you push the start button? No - solenoid is bad(?) . you can check this by jumping the two large connectors on the solenoid... A good screwdriver works well...(CAREFUL - SPARKS WILL FLY!) If the starter works while jumping, the solenoid is bad - just replace it (disconnect battery while replacing).
4. If the start spins while "jumping" and nothing happens the starter may need rebuilding if the new battery/fully charged battery/jumping solenoid does not expose/solve the problem.
Do this and repost.
Posted on Mar 11, 2016
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