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Where is this fuse located
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 93' yamaha no power
2 out of the last 4 batteries i've purchased new lately have had a cell go bad in the first couple months. Cheap imports? If you have a 'smart' charger you can see if it goes to 'fault' mode would be the easiest way to rule the battery out, or charge and see if it will hold around 12.5 volts the next day. If you've been using your lights while riding, i would imagine the charge circuit is good on the machine. a simple charge coil resistance test (most are around 1 ohm) would test that, then change the voltage regulator if all the other checks have been completed.
I think there's an inline fuse on the old Yamahas, just off the positive terminal, sometimes under the fender (the first thing, as you mentioned, you should check).
Don't tell anybody, but most good shops will print the wiring diagram out for you. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
Are you sure you have gas? How long will it run until it dies? If it dies out once it warms up then you have a coil problem. More than likely what is happening though is that you have enough gas to start the engine but the flow rate is affected somehow and the carbs are not able to continue to supply the proper fuel amount. I would suggest rebuilding the carbs.
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
SOURCE: my yamaha moto 4 quad
There could be a couple things
1. The throttle cables may be adjusted way and I mean Way to tight (not likely)
2. there is a possiblity the tech put the jets in wrong as the main jet and pilot jet look alot alike on that machine. Only difference is the hole size in the middle of them ( I have done that, thats how I know this)
3 Could be sucking air ( the most likely) from either the intake or the diaphram on the carb. Start the motor and have a can of spray carb cleaner ready to spray and spray the outside of intake and carb if the motor speed changes then it is sucking air.
Posted on Nov 05, 2010
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