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    • Ok, update. I downloaded the 85-87 Trx 250 manuel. It showes both cdi boxes but only lists  1 as the cdi box. Not sure what the other one is. At least i have a map. Still would like to know the year of it. Gonna have to do some back probing on the wiring when i get some time. Didnt see this download last time i was on here. Az
    • Well got another one for the elders here. I recently picked up a Honda Trx 250 in pretty rough shape. Brought it home cleaned it up if thats possible. Motor was seized, Pretty bad shape. I unseized the motor, got it to spin over, Got it to crank on its own with the start button. Got neutral light, but no spark. Fuses good wiring is old but looks intact. Went to check cdi box, here is where the problem lies, I dont know the year. The last one  was under the plastic on the crossmember, this one has none. Looks like a  sticker was there at one time.  I checked the left side of frame by foot peg and nothing. Cant find any vin number. I need to know the year to try to locate a cdi. One clue is this one appears to have 2 cdi boxes. One is a little larger than the other but plugs look identical to eachother. One has green connectors and the other has white connectors. Is this only on certain year model that has duel cdi boxes? I also need a download for a trx 250 Im thinking its about a 1985 or 86 but just a guess. Before changing i would like to check some voltages but need a manual for this. Any guess on how to  identify and or get a download for this one would be great. Wont let me post pics only .08 MB Down load available. Thanks in advance Az
    • 1) remove seat, unplug black and grey 4-pin connectors 2) swap plugs, grey to black and black to grey 3) turn on ignition switch, belt light should be flashing quickly 4) disconnect 2-pin belt switch above torque converter cover, belt light should be flashing slowly 5) let flash for at least 5 seconds 6) turn off ignition switch 7) reconnect 4-pin connectors black to black and grey to grey, reconnect 2-pin belt switch 😎 turn on ignition switch to confirm belt light is out [/b][/quote] "the reset procedure is similar to 650 700. Unplug 2 pin conector going to belt switch. Unplug black conector under seat , unplug white conector beside it ( white plug is a reset plug which has no wires conected to it from machine) Plug reset plug into black plug turn key to on , turn off. plug everything back to stock. You are done." or 1) remove seat, unplug black and grey 4-pin connectors 2) swap plugs, grey to black and black to grey 3) turn on ignition switch, belt light should be flashing quickly 4) disconnect 2-pin belt switch above torque converter cover, belt light should be flashing slowly 5) let flash for at least 5 seconds 6) turn off ignition switch 7) reconnect 4-pin connectors black to black and grey to grey, reconnect 2-pin belt switch 😎 turn on ignition switch to confirm belt light is out  
    • Sounds like you need a fully enclosed UTV with heat and A/C.  
    • I have seen people do this, even replace the battery with a bigger one, but you have to keep in mind the stator only puts out so much power and if you exceed it, even with a bigger battery, you will be drawing it down as you ride and eventually, your dead in the water.   Mike  

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