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2001 Yamaha warrior need help


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So I dug my warrior out of storage replaced the carburetor with one off Amazon & it was running great. Last week it didn't want to start it would crank & I could smell gas but nothing. I replaced the starter,stator,solenoid,spark plug & coil & resistor but still not starting. Checked the stator and its at 30 ohms tried using starter fluid but nothing. I am completely lost and could use some help thank you

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After I did a tune up it was struggling to start and my battery would die after five or six rides. So when I couldn't get it started I opted to just replace all the parts instead of one at a time. The only improvement I've noticed that it does sound sick when I try and start it

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Yeah I agree with MarkinAR, its probably not re-charging the battery while running, so after a few rides the battery is low and there isn't enough power to fire the spark plugs when trying to start. 

If you have a voltmeter, then check your battery voltage when it's not running (should be around 12.75v), then again when it is running (should be around 14v).

If you don't have one, then does it crank noticeably slower and headlights dimmer when it is struggling to start - that's how you can tell the battery is low without a voltmeter.

You can jump it with a car and car jumper cables if you're careful (negative to ATV frame and positive to ATV battery +) and if that works, then the problem is the charging system or battery.

 

 

 

 

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