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By Brian Dewitt Felts
Thanks for adding me .I just picked up a 1985 Honda ATC 200X.looking forward to getting it running and having some fun on it.
By tom reed
May be some of you guys can help me, I've got a 1990 honda four trax 2 wheel drive, the top end has been completely rebuilt. When I bought it barely ran, so I had everything redone BUT, it shifts good until the motor gets up to running temp and it starts getting hard to shift and the longer you run it the worse it gets, it will get so bad that it is almost impossible to get it into reverse. Does anyone know what wrong?
Hey ya'll, new here from the corn-belt in Iowa. A buddy and myself are planning on coming down to Tennessee riding over the MLK weekend. Never been riding out of state except Wisconsin. Planning on going to the North Cumberland WMA area trails. How is the riding around Brimstone and that area? Any advice? Looking at maybe picking up a trail GPS possibly as the actual maps do not look that great from what I've seen. Will be riding a Can Am Commander 800R XT and my buddy has a Kawasaki Teryx-4. Any information/advice/anyone want to ride would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
so this is my last resort. My 1984 Honda trx200 does not have spark. Note: I can’t attempt any repairs until 1/2/19
Ill break everything down.
Before the problem started. I noticed the atv was having a hard time starting and would stall out often. I assumed this was because of a fuel issue and I took off the fuel tank and noticed a bunch of rust/dirt inside. I cleaned it the best I could and took the carb off and it had stuff inside and a clogged jet so I cleaned it, put on a new fuel line, and added a fuel filter after realizing it hadn’t had one in over 5 years. After that I changed over to super (fuel) and noticed it had less power. I ran it like that and kept adjusting the air/fuel.
One day I was riding in like 95% humidity (wasn’t quite raining but it felt like it was) and I parked it and turned it off. It took about an hour of cranking and sitting till it ran. Later that day it did the same thing except it would start. I noticed I had spark but it would ignite the fuel then just spin.
I got it home and had been trying to find the problem when I noticed I no longer had spark.
What I tried:
I tested the stator, replaced the spark plug wire/coil. Replaced the CDI box with a known working one. Replaced the spark plug. Also I noticed the positive to the battery had two wires going to it and tied together (see picture below) was butchered. I cut the wire off and cleaned the connection and put the wire on its own connection and attached it to the battery. After all this I still have so spark.
I have had problems with the NGK plug not working after the first use in the past.
Also when I tested the wires from the CDI I noticed it would spike on the multimeter when I released the starter button. I took apart the CDI in my diagnosis and noticed brown rust looking stuff all over it. I cleaned it and put it back on.
I also tested the battery and it is at 12.5V
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