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Hi Guys....brand new to this forum and Kodiak.
I have a 2008 Kodiak 450 4x4. I bought it used. It has 200 miles and 100 hours.
I tried to hook up a 15 gal. broadcast sprayer w/ a pump to the atv. It has two leads that I typically hook to the battery of my other atv and I've never had any issues in the past.
this was the first time I ever hooked this pump sprayer to this atv.
The atv started right up and I brought it from 1 barn to the other to hook up the sprayer. I shut it down and hooked up the two leads from the pump to the battery terminals via alligator clips. the atv was off at this time.
when I hooked up the leads, I heard a slight crackle/pop when I hooked up the battery terminal leads and there was a slight electrical smell. i thought it was just the crackle you get when getting a good connection to the terminals. i tested the pump, it worked and proceeded to start the atv.
No luck. All digital display items work and the atv will turn over, but it will not start. it sounds like there's no fire to it. it turns over strong.
I checked the choke and the auto kill switch thinking it got bumped.
I also checked the few fuses in the same compartment as the battery. all visually looked good.
is there another fuse I'm missing?
Anything else I should check?
My next step is to pull the plug, ground it and see if I got spark.....but I find it odd that not 5 minutes before it fired up just fine and it drove down from the other barn...and now it wont start after hooking up the sprayer.
ANY thoughts or input is much much appreciated!
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Long story short, I purchased a basket case over the weekend. I spent most of last night repairing melted wires and generally tracking down everything. I am able to locate all the connectors but have a two pairs of blue and brown wires left over (one on a long pigtail, like it should be going to the back). The wiring schematic in the manual does not show them (though they are part of the factory harness) and I only find one indication of them in a US/Canada wiring schematic (Clymer, I believe) which does have them but it says they're for US only. Does anyone have an idea of what these wires are for and/or have them them hooked up to anything?
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hello everyone new to the site - so bear with me. got a very clean vintage Suzuki quad that I am looking to sell. its a 1990 LT-F250 Quadrunner with 1377 miles. starts and runs like a top. only a few flaws: small tear in seat, broken plastic headlight bezel, few scuffs on the fender flares. we bought it for use training our sled dogs but it was too light so we stepped up to a newer Honda. if you're looking for a vintage Suzuki quad this is the one you want. more photos and video upon request. thanks for looking!
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