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If your speedometer is broken then your AWD will not work. You can do 2 things

1. Replace the Speedometer
2. Remove the 6 pin plug from your speedometer
On the plug, short the brown/Brown White wires together and
tape it up good.
Do not reconnect the plug.
You will lose the function of the speedometer but your AWD will work.

Polaris ATV | Answered 2 hours ago

That is a possibility, if it is fuel injected there is a minimum pressure required for it to run. A fule rail gauge is not very expensive and you can find fuel pump testing on Utube.

ATVs | Answered 3 days ago

This site has the answer to get you youe year model using the vin #.

ATVs | Answered on May 20, 2020

On the left hand side of the machine directly under the seat area, you will find the coil. The thick wire facing toward the front of the machine will lead you to the spark plug. See pictures of coil attached.

ATVs | Answered on May 16, 2020

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Polaris ATV | Answered on May 15, 2020

Listen I have a 2009 EFI Polaris sportsman 500 it starts up goes fine down the road but sometimes it takes a fit an starts to bog out when it starts to do that all I do is shut the key off an back on real quick and it takes off again I'm really confused on what is making it do that because I changed the gas an air filter plus put a new spark plug in it also a new battery can anyone tell me what I could do to try an fix this problem it's got to be something easy because when it does that all I have to do is shut the key off an back on than it straightens up weird I know lol but please help me with some suggestions thanks

Polaris ATV | Answered on May 14, 2020

First when it dies just jiggle the ignition key a little bit. You may have an ignition switch loosing connection. Also check the connections to the ignition module to make sure they are tight and dry. Also check inside the tank for any foreign material that can plug the fuel opening in the tank. When the engine dies the blockage floats away. I have also seen loose connections at the coil on some atvs.

ATVs | Answered on May 14, 2020

1. Check the INTAKE valve clearance!!!!
2. Check for an air leak
3. Install a new spark plug and air filter!!
4. Check the compression..
5. Have the carb professionally cleaned and set!!
>> Once you have sone all these steps.. repost to me if this did not fix it!!

Yamaha 2004... | Answered on Apr 27, 2020

Did u choke it ? -stroke are very cold blooded Mine(2003) needs a choke after sitting 1/2 hr at 70 degrees.

Polaris ATV | Answered on Apr 22, 2020

no year given generic answer- majority of ATV models from 1985 through model year 2014 have a battery located under the left rear fender. and a fuse inline with the positive terminal

ATVs | Answered on Apr 20, 2020

ATVs | Answered on Apr 13, 2020

What was wrong with the old carburetor?? I have been working on motorcycles and ATV's for 40+ years... only replaced 5 carburetors..they were broken/damaged by the owner trying to "fix them" or corrosion damage from leaving gas in them for years...
It still sounds like you have a fuel delivery issue...check all your hoses..
get one of these... it will serve you well ...

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ATVs | Answered on Mar 23, 2020

Technically yes you can, HOWEVER!! The 23x8's are taller, thinner tyres so they might affect your speedo reading and handling if they are not a standard Polaris size. The front end will also ride a tiny bit higher than the rear end. If you haven't got the original handbook try contacting Polaris directly or a dealer with your vehicles details and ask them what sizes are recommended for your ATV.
ATV tyre sizes translate as follows... a 23x8-10 tyre will be-
= 23 inches in diameter measured all the way across the widest part of the whole tyre.
= 8 inches across the width of the tread of the tyre.
= 10 inch diameter of the actual wheel rim.
22x11-10 is 22 inches tall, 11 inches wide on a 10 inch rim.
23x8-10 is 23 inches tall, 8 inches wide on a 10 inch rim.

ATVs | Answered on Mar 19, 2020

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