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Arby911

2000 Yamaha Big Bear 400 VIN 5Y4AH06W015216

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I can't for the life of me find the correct service manual for this unit. It's air cooled, not liquid (oil cooler tho) and every manual I find has the wrong front differential diagram (it does NOT have a 2wd/4wd shifter).

I'd be eternally grateful if someone could point me in the right direction. I can probably slog it out from some of the exploded diagrams I've found, but a good "do this, do NOT do that" manual would be a godsend.

Regards,

Ross

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I appreciate that but yeah, I’ve run the decoder as well, my problem is that all the manuals I find show a liquid cooled engine and a shiftable front differential for that year and model.  

Parts sites show the right parts/diagrams, but thus far finding an appropriate service manual has been impossible. 

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Pretty interesting, found another topic on the same that went unanswered...

 

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I have a couple of 2001 Big Bear 400 YFM40FWN(C) full time 4X4 that is not air cooled but has oil cooler and haven't been able to find the correct service manual either.

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I uploaded the Yamaha service manual for your Big Bear.  Covers 2000 & 2001.  First time I've done this so I hope it downloads correctly.

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2 hours ago, wanrep said:

I uploaded the Yamaha service manual for your Big Bear.  Covers 2000 & 2001.  First time I've done this so I hope it downloads correctly.

Its all set:

 

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It did download correctly.  You sir are a saint (but we won't let that get out😀).

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