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Posted on Nov 09, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Firstly, if you are not a mechanical person you should never buy a vehicle that does not run.
However, here are some basic tests.
1. Connect a good battery.
2. Remove the spark plug.
3. Turn the motor using the starter motor or kick starter.
4. check for spark by inserting a new plug into the plug cap. (make sure the plug is grounded).
If the motor turns freely and there is spark, chances are good that the motor will run. This does not mean that the motor is in a good condition. Only with the motor running will you be able to know for sure.
You will now have to source a carb and fit it to the 4 wheeler.
Fitting the carb is not too difficult. Check that the intake manifold is not perished or torn, and remember to use the airfilter.
Enjoy the ride !
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
have you tried testing the regulator rectifier i am sure this has an effect on the charging circuit also is it definetly the charging circuit not working or could the battery be not holding the charge thats put to it.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
not sure if this is the year, but here is the service manual
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
I could not locate a diagram of your machine's carburetor. I can tell you, for certain, that the carb does have a rubber drain tube that goes from the bottom of the float bowl and vents to atmosphere beneath the vehicle.
There are three required ingredients required for combustion: fuel, compression, and a spark (at the right time). Try to find out which of these are missing. Loosen the drain screw on the float bowl. Is fuel present? Check the compression - you've got to see at least 140 psi for anything to happen. Pull the spark plug and crank the engine. Is there a spark?
If it has sat for an extended period of time (more than just a couple of months) then the carburetor will be plugged with fuel varnish. It is very easy to think you've got everything cleaned, when the jets are still plugged up. I would take the carb apart and remove the jets. Hold them up to a light source and look through each one. If you can't see through them, there's the problem.
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
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