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res2fr

Trying to bring one back to life

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 I am trying to help my son with a machine he recently bought. A Coleman Outfitters 400 4x4 UTV.(Ihsun 400) The problem is a big one and I'm trying to work through a step at a time. It's a 2014 that had a Kodiak 400 motor and CDI box put in it for some reason but don't know year. There was a fire and someone pulled out and messed up the old wiring harness. He got a new harness for the Utv but now we have to try to figure out how to wire everything together. Any help on wiring the Kodiak to it's own CDI and or into the Utv would be Greatly appreciated. If I get a Diagram for that motors wiring then I can go to work on the harness install for the machine. I do have pictures of some of the #s on the motor, CDI box and of the harness coming from the motor.
I know its asking for a lot to hope someone might be able and willing to help but it would be great if I could get some feed back. Now I have to see about uploading some manuals I have for older Linhai/Manco Atvs that I have.
Thanks 

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Hello,

 I have a couple of pictures if a picture is better than words. I also have a picture of the wiring that comes out of the motor if that helps with any of this. For what its worth I also put a pic of the CDI box that was installed with the motor.

I can remove these pics when they are no longer doing any good if that helps to save space.

Thank you for your response and time. 

Robert

Kodiak 400_motor.jpg

Kodiak 400_motor-block.jpg

Jim's utv-wires from motor1.jpg

CDI box for motor.jpg

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That CDI unit was used on '03 & '04 Kodiak 400's.  There should be an engine number stamped in the side of the right crankcase housing right where the rear driveshaft comes out.  What's that number?

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Hello wanrep. My son pulled the following number from what he thinks is the location you mentions. The number is; J311E-015031. If that doesn't make sense he took a picture of the spot he got it, let me know if you need that and thanks for your help.

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Yep, that's it.  I'm 99.9% sure it's an '04 Kodiak 400 4wd engine.

You'll need the CDI and voltage reg/rect. for the Kodiak.  Maybe a used wiring harness if your connectors or wires are melted.  With the 2 wiring diagrams, it shouldn't be too hard to figure out how to get it going again.

Good luck.

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Thank you this should help us out. I'll have to check the voltage reg/rect that is on the machine now. We have what is suppose to be a new wiring harness for the Hisun Utv. Just need to round up the proper diagrams for each and I'll be diving in soon. Thanks again for your time and help.

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Hello, sorry I didn't mean to leave you hanging. We do in fact have the CDI box and the Voltage reg/rect from/for the Kodiak 400 4x4. I am soring through the wiring now jut having trouble finding the needed wiring diagram for the Kodiak side. May have to start buying manuals and hope one has a decent diagram of the wiring to the motor. Mostly trying to figure out where/how to supply 12v to the motor and its harness so we can try firing it up, would love to confirm that the motor runs before spending more time on the hookups.

Thanks again for your help,

 

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