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they probably regret ever making them :P no idea, go ask yamaha.

ATVs | Answered on Nov 29, 2017


thats a solenoid. might need to replace it now.

ATVs | Answered on Nov 29, 2017


try adjusting your valves

ATVs | Answered on Nov 29, 2017


yes if you're talking about a honda. they have a backup foot shifter

ATVs | Answered on Nov 29, 2017


a large hammer and lots of effort. if the center has come out you can cut the outer ring with a dremel cutting disc.

kawasaki 2005... | Answered on Nov 29, 2017


change the plug, if still no go check the cap and coil resistances.

ATVs | Answered on Nov 29, 2017


if its a black smoke its running rich. check your air filter and air tube for clogs. something may have made a nest in there.

Polaris ATV | Answered on Nov 29, 2017


check an oem parts supplier like cheap cycle parts.com and see if the part number cross references to something else

ATVs | Answered on Nov 29, 2017


Cleaning the inside of a fuel tank is more time consuming than difficult but the big problem is because the tank is vented to a sometimes damp atmosphere, the more it is cleaned the quicker new rust will form unless it is treated or sealed. Below is a link to a UK supplier to provide an example of the sort of thing...

https://www.frost.co.uk/por15-car-bike-motorcyle-fuel-tank-repair-sealer-236ml.html

Begin with putting a pint of paraffin or kerosene in the tank and adding a pound of mixed hardware; nails, screws, washers, nuts and bolts and shaking for as long as it needs to remove the majority of the rust and dirt. Gravel chippings is an alternative.

Once you are satisfied the tank is fairly clean inside, empty, rinse a few times and then wash out with water and detergent. Dry thoroughly.
Remaining rust can be removed by using many different mild acids and the internet is full of ideas using substances as diverse as lemon juice, vinegar, tannic acid, phosphoric acid...

After soaking in the substance of your choice the tank will need washing and drying again before use or treating against future corrosion.

ATVs | Answered on Nov 28, 2017


For a repair manual, contact Sam-Brand directly.

ATVs | Answered on Nov 27, 2017


one of your repaired wires is not getting power or ground.. Recheck your wires,.
And most likely look farther up the wire loom for burned threw wires..

Suzuki 2005... | Answered on Nov 26, 2017


Check the oil for proper fill.. I believe you have a low oil level switch that kills the spark to protect the engine,. If you have the oil to full on the dip stick look for the low oil pressure switch and short out the 2 wires to each other or if it's a single wire disconnect it and see if you get spark.. if you do replace the oil pressure switch or add the oil to proper height should help..

ATVs | Answered on Nov 26, 2017


If you used a test light to make sure you have no 12 volts to the fuse you have to check the relays near the battery,. The only other spot you can check is the switch it self for 12 volts.. Good luck.

ATVs | Answered on Nov 26, 2017

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