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Jmpmstr91b

05 king quad won’t start after stator replacement

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Hey guys.... I’m new to this atv mechanicing and replaced the stator and oil pump chain in my 05 king quad 700 and now the damn thing won’t start... all the timing marks appear to be right on... put a new woodruff key in when I pulled the old rotor (flywheel) off.... I don’t get why it won’t start.... any suggestions? Got plenty of fuel and good spark too

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Did you mean timing chain ? (Oil pump chain) ?Is it possbsle that you are 180 deg out on the timing if so ?  Fuel and spark = a running engine. Timing could be the problem. Any backfire at all?  I would retrace my steps if I were you. And keep in mind that if you set the timing wrong the valves and piston can hit causing a considerable amount of damage to the engine. Like a bent valve and a dented/cracked piston etc.  

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On 2/11/2018 at 6:21 PM, Jmpmstr91b said:

Hey guys.... I’m new to this atv mechanicing and replaced the stator and oil pump chain in my 05 king quad 700 and now the damn thing won’t start... all the timing marks appear to be right on... put a new woodruff key in when I pulled the old rotor (flywheel) off.... I don’t get why it won’t start.... any suggestions? Got plenty of fuel and good spark too

That's definitely a new word, but I love it! Sounds like timing maybe. That's fuel injected I believe.

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Update.... I troubleshoot it down to the CKP sensor/ stator coil.... so I ordered a new one and hopefully that fixes the issue... fingers crossed

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Very nice job!  So I’m assuming that the spark was firing at the wrong time? I’m surprised you didn’t at least get a backfire but either way great job keep us posted!

What did you do to narrow it down ? Did you ohms test it ?  

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It passed the ohms test had 191.... but when cranking I didn’t get any voltage (weird since when I started this I had fuel and spark) so the manual say replace it... which in turn comes with the stator. If I remember correctly it should have had 3-5 volts while cranking off the blue or white wire like I said I don’t exactly remember and this thing has been pissing me off for a few days now.... haha 

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It can and will “piss you off” if you look at a lot of my posts I always say take your time and a step back and breathe!!!  Hopefully you nailed it brother. Keep us posted. Im always interested with this kind of thing and the next guy will use the info. 

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New problem..... so I got it back together and running.... but when I go to put it in gear it jerks forward and dies. ALso has a weird knocking noise coming from the right side of the motor.... I haven’t done any troubleshooting but thinking my wet clutch may have shit the bed too.... any thoughts?

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