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By Hunsaker Tim
2004 700 twin peaks
When i get to about 10 mph i get a very (tinny ) noise from the right side of the engine / clutch area.
originally I thought maybe something got caught between axle and skid plate ie : rock and was just rubbing producing that sound.
I took off the skid plate and drove it and still had same sound.
Checked the lug nots and they were a bit loose , tightened them and still same noise.
Took off the what looks like an inspection plate on top of clutch cover and looked inside this apart and it is dry of any fluid.
Not sure if there should be any fluid in there or not had clutch replaced 2 yrs ago with nominal riding since.
I do not have the time or knowledge to take this apart and try and diagnose. The only repair areas around here are absolutely terrible.
The shop I normally do the work are 2.5- 3 mos. behind. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
After looking at the wire diagram I saw the blue w/black stripe wire is coming from the neutral and reverse lights looking for ground thru the neutral and reverse switches. If it finds ground, the lights come on. The same wire also comes from the neutral relay looking for ground at the same neutral and reverse switches. So it was easy to trick the relay into thinking the engine is in neutral all the time without having the light on all the time. Just cut the blue w/black wire at the relay and ground it. Easy
Sorry the pics aren't better
Now it starts in any gear and indicator lights work as they should.
I have a 2001 suzuki quadmaster 500 4x4 that has a rev limiter when it is in any gear other than neutral, i have already fixed a bunch of stuff on it and would love to just bypass it if anyone knows how. Thanks for any help.
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