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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have the same problem.....I believe it is a result of low compression. I have also noticed the problem to be worse in warm climate. Check compresion on both cylinders would be a good place to start.
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
hello usually on any pull start, you have to wind the spring inside,the cover, on my atv i put the rope on the pulley burn the end of the rope and make a point on the end of the rope. put the pulley back in the case, turn the pulley backwards untill you get a lot of tension on pulley and turn the case up wright where you can see hole where rope comes out, turn pulley untill you see end of rope through hole. fish rope out with a pair of tweezers or a pair of themostats
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
Wait, it just wont turn over, like the engine won't rotate?, that is either a broken crank, which not unusual for those 500's or you seized it, (welded the piston to the jugs). if this isn't what you mean, and it will turn over but not on its own power, then either your jets in the carbs are clogged, fuel may get to it, but not through it, or your rings are stuck closed and giving you low compression, check this by pulling it over slowly, you should feel each piston completing the revolution with a prominent glug glug. grab your primary clutch and rotate it back and forth, it should have a bit of play, but if it clanks and has alot of play, your crank is busted
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
REMOVE THE SCREW AT THE FRONT OF THE SLIDER (ON THE BOTTOM OF THE RAIL). SLIDE THE SLIDER OUT THROUGH ONE OF THE COG HOLES IN THE TRACH. THIS WILL TAKE ALOT OF EFFORT. MEASURE THE SLIDER TO THE NEW ONE AND CUT OFF. SLIDE THE NEW ONE IN AND REPEAT FOR THE OTHER SIDE
Posted on Jan 06, 2011
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