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so someone thought they would adjust the clutch on this 98 bayou but the messed with the bottom screw and now it will not go in to neutral they say the tightened it all down and went for a ride then shut it off before putting it into neutral then the tried to shift it into neutral to start it and they couldn't get it to shift into neutral it has not started.
By Jason Hatton-Fearnley
have a 1996 bayou 400 with a starting problem
when checking sparkplug grounded to engine
-turn key on, hit starter, get one spark then nothing
-turn key off and back on hit starter, get one spark then nothing
I bought a new carb for this byou 220 refurb. But can't figure out where the hoses go to from the carb.
I have the obvious 2 figured out. The Fuel Line (A. RED ARROW) It's barley visisble. But it's there.
C. Carb overflow.... I think. (C. GREEN ARROW) That would just hang down.
It's line B. with the BLACK ARROW
Line D. with the BLUE ARROW That I can't figure out.
Any help would be appreciated.
Hello People, Back in the quad world after a12+ year absence. Just purchased a '21 Polaris Sportsman 570 Premium (be here in 5 weeks). Never though I would buy a Polaris, back in the day they were the swear word of ATV'S, but researching they have come a long way. I have been on quads my whole life and have had probably about 8+ quads from racers to my Brute 750 (loved that machine). I was considering a '21 Griz 700, but being in Ct we have no areas to ride so the 570 was perfect price for it's use. In the past I was registered in MA & ME and rode Paragon in PA which was Awesome (believe closed down/developed)-To enjoy good riding have to leave my state. I belonged to a solid group of riders in the past "Northeast ATV'ers" many good times and good people.*** History lesson: A group of us back in the day fought for a trail system against the State of Ct (RELL) trying to get areas to ride. We went to dealers to get numbers of sales to present (requested by state) showing proof of money that could be made in ATV registration/passes. State wanted us to have people register their quads see what numbers look like "THEN" would consider a trail system, land, forests to ride. Well, that didn't go over well- Who's going to register there machine, pay a fee & taxes for a possible nothing?...So long story short I tried to battle our state for riding areas we got no where and there's plenty of land sitting. They sell the machines but we can't legally ride them here which sucks. Im hoping if time allows to get to a few areas with friends for good riding. Maybe meet up with new riders for some good times....thanks, looking forward to getting back into the quad world...
out of the blue my vinson wouldn't shift into park and when I am in H or L and go past a slow pace (maybe in 2nd gear) it grinds and Low grinds even louder. It sounds as though it may be in the rear diff. I have not tore into the rear end or anything yet. I was looking for advice before tearing it apart. Reverse has no grinding at all and H gear doesn't grind until you get moving past a walking pace. L grinds as soon as it moves. It shifts into gear smoothly and 4wd works just fine. There was no issues leading up to this. Any advice is appreciated thanks.
Hello folks, I have a yamaha timberwolf 250 motor I'm putting into a tri moto 200 frame and need some help with the wiring for it. The wiring harness I got with the motor has been damaged and missing a small section so my issue is that I have 3 white wires coming from the stator assembly which connect into another 3 white wires on the voltage regulator. My question is does it matter which of those white wires go connected together or are each of the white wires different and need to be connected to the appropriate wire on the voltage regulator. Any advice or help is appreciated. Thanks.
I have read many forum topics on this matter but have never found a similar problem. So i bought a cheap ass quad thats got all sorts of parts on it. It's a 1997(if you look the date on frame) Kawasaki KLF(Bayou) 300 EUROPEAN Model (atleast I think, since I'm from Europe), the engine is 1988 if I'm not mistaken and the CDI is 1995.-2006. ( 21119-1447, 6pin ). My problem is that I don't have spark. I would diagnose the issue but connectors from CDI to wiring harness have almost all different colors and I'm not sure if they are connected correctly (pictures below). Pickup coil is putting out around 400 ohms and is pulsing. CDI is being fed 12v by one y/r wire that is coming to connector and with 12v to one gray wire which is coming from ignition switch ( quad actually doesn't have ignition switch so I'm not sure if gray should be supplying power or not). Stator looks good cause when crancking all three yellow wires put out around 5v AC. Neutral light is also on which means the switch should be ok, if it even matters. I know it's not the ignition coil since I get no power nor any kind of pulsing to G/W wire that is coming to it ( and I even put another one on there just to check an it ended with the same result). I'm nowhere near proffesional around this type of stuff so any help would be amazing.
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