Question about Bikemaster 1986-1988 Yamaha Yfm225 Moto-4 Atv Deep Cycle Trugel Battery
Cant find fuse box or any fuse do you have a solution for this problem
If you allways have to jumpstart, then that battery is bad OR the charging system doesn't work.
To check the charging system: Run the engine.
After a few minutes, with the jumpstart cables removed, mesure the voltage over the battery. It should be between 12.8 and 14.3 volts.
If below 12.8 volts, the charging circuit is faultly. If over 14.3volts, it will cook and thus destroy your battery.
If that seems correct, disconnect the battery and have it loaded with a battery charger. Never charge faster than 10% of the battery capacity ( For an 18Ah battery, load at maximum 1.8Amps. Never load above 14.8volts )
Leave the battery disconnected for a day or 3 and test starting thereafter. If it goes, there is a current consumption in the atv. If it won't work, the battery is bad.
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