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Romain Catinaud

Kill switch yamaha 450cc wolverine year 2006

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Salut! J'ai acheté un quad 450 wolverine de 2006 mais je ne trouve pas le circuit coupé au guidon n'existe pas sur 2006? Merci les gars

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I would think there is only one switch to turn the engine off. There is a key switch as well. Have you located both? There should be nothing more.  

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No i've only found the key swictch wich is front on my eyes but not the switch to turn off I can't see it on the handlebar. My first problem is the engine doesn't start so fuel is ok, spark plug is wet, and engine would run nearly but not. Sparks on spark plug are ok. Fuses are ok so I was searchin' for security switches maybe? I'm searchin for atv repair manual soon..

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It should be on the left side of the handle bar  it’s red. It’s right above the start button.

 It may be missing or the red switch cover is gone? Can you post a pic of that left side of the controls on the handlebars ? 

Should look like the pic attached.   

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Ok. Other thing when I get started the ATV I heared a big noise of steel back of engine clang clang clang so effraid during starter was running do you know what does it mean? ATV not started since too many times?

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Frank has promise pictures of my handlebar. On the left you can see 2 black wires which are for run the starter during I'm touching them because I have no starter swich

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Ok that makes sense now.  That’s not the correct switch for that machine.   I would order a new switch or a used one from eBay. An original equipment  manufacturer  switch (Yamaha). The wires should all be color coded and match what wires are on the harness.  

I’m assuming someone put a cheaper switch on the bike because of the price of the right one.   I looked at a few switches on eBay and they run about $90 bucks. 

If the bike is in good shape I would do it. 

 

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Ok thak you very much I will search for it. Now I will also search the 2 wires R/B and R/W back of the radiator to be sure that CDI unit is not at ground and engine doesn't run. Thank you my friend I'll tell you later about my problem 😉

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Is the  disconnected  cable on the left  for  the  choke  or  is it the  rear  brake  cable that  should be connected  to  the  lever on the  grip?.  The right  lever  with the  hydraulic  cylinder should be your  front  brakes ,  at  least that's the  way their set up  on most machines .

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Yes the left cable is for the choke but the system is broken so it doesn't hold now I have to pull up with my fingers if I would start engine, not really practice lol but I will repair it soon and the right lever is for front brake yes

 

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I will take a look at the wiring diagram when i hey home.  Maybe I can help you sort it out.  Mean time post some pics of the wires by the radiator.  

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