Question about ATVs
Clicking sound from the starter relay in my many years at a dealership is usually a sign of low battery voltage. Starter failure is an amature guess.. yes why though possible extremely unlikely.. easy steps before just being a parts replacer.... first make sure battery is charger. If battery is charged that does not mean it has 12 volts when a load is applied it only means it's full charged but doesnt mean its good..hook up jumpers to a known good battery (IMPORTANT) if you use a car or a truck that's fine just do NOT START the vehical connected. ATV cant handle the amperage from the alternator.. if it starts it a bad battery.. if it still clicks the starter can be tested as well as making sure the motor isnt seized. Test and continue to test.
Posted on Jul 14, 2019
You don't say what year? but most are built in the tap. Go to a site called yamahapartshouse.com go to atv's, select your model/year etc and search the parts list. I cant find independent filters just the fuel tap.
Check it out. You may need parts in the future?
Posted on Feb 17, 2016
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