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My 2014 750 king quad stalls sometimes when I touch or turn the handlebars,the problem has gotten worse,my machine has 475 miles and is only trail ridden,I have a new factory battery and i have 14.2 volts when the quad is running and 13.3 on the battery when not running,also using a multimeter there is no change in volts when turning the bars until it does stall,If I pull the 40 amp power steering fuse it will not stall.......I've been told its the ECU,Hate to buy one if thats not the problem,but its kinda leaning towards that,,,,,need some opinions.
I just bought this thing and got the carb all cleaned today and it was running like a champ. There was a spare hot wire hanging down that was not hooked up to anything. I found it when I took all the covers off and did the carb work. Unfortunately I forgot it as well when I fired her up after cleaning and replacing the carb. While I was running her, the wire was lying across the exhaust pipe. The exhaust got hot, melted the insulation and next thing I know I see sparks flying everywhere Bike immediately shut down and all lights went off. I have nothing on the console now when I turn the key over. I fear I have fried my ECU. I found one fuse back by the box, a 30 amp, but it was good. Are there any other fuses on these things? Is there a way to test the ECU? Could it be the rectifier or voltage regulator?
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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.
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