Question about Polaris ATV
First you need to check the battery, then you check if there is fuel in it, also you have to check the spark plug. If any of these are not intact, then there would be no power to start the engine.
The fault is from one of the three, or two, or all the three. So once you check it properly and see to it that it is intact, then the sportsman would have the power it needs to start.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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