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1998 Suzuki King Quad 300 rectifier


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The rectifier is in the front below the handlebars and it’s right behind the vent slats that are right under the handlebars on the right side you have to take the front rack off and loosen some of the bolts that hold the front fenders onto the ATV and also The knobs that are on the selectors levers reverse low high remove that panel to then you’ll be able to peel back plastic just enough to get at the rectifier. 

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