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Is there a decompression valve on a 2005 660 Yamaha Grizzly?

Battery is dead and cant hardly pull start, Is there a decompression valve on motor?

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Most likely not and if there was it would be built into the valves/cam or you wold have a lever you would need to operated the decompression valve just to start it normally with the starter...

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