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2010 4 stroke Polaris Outlaw 50 Dies when brake is released.
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I'm currently pulling my hair out over a customers 98 bayou 2x4 KLF300b. I've changed every electrical component on it twice and in a couple instances three times. Still no spark, I am baffled. Initially customer brought it to me complaining of a hard start no start situation and in fact, it wouldn't start. I changed the starter relay, spark plug, CDI box, and starter circuit relay after which it fired right up ran very well but then started having issues with the neutral switch/light where it wouldn't come on and wouldn't allow it start or even turn over. I found in the wiring harness a loose connection, I got it taken care of and secured and that solved the problem. So now that it would crank up again and run fine I called the customer over to test it out see what he thought as I've never heard it run before and I wanted to get his opinion on how it was running. Customer ride it around a little bit pulled it back on my carport and turned the key off and said it was great, and had never ran better or started so easily, then we set up a time for him to come pick it up the following day and he left. Well where he pulled it on my carport and shut it off was in the middle of the carport so I jumped back on it to park it off to the side, crank it up no problems put it in reverse went about maybe 18 inches and it stalled and ever since that point it has not had spark or run. I replaced the CDI box again with a better brand, I replaced the ignition coil twice put another starter relay on it and I've also changed out the stater and the pick up coil (pick up coil twice) and I'm just I'm lost I don't know what else to do to it. I've had this customers four wheeler for four months now whereas he's a patient guy I need to get it out of here so I can move on to something else. I've seen dozens of threads across different sites for off-road, 4 wheelers, ATVs, UTV's, whatever and they are all experiencing the same sort of issue but they never ever post hear the problem was or the fix. So I'm hoping somebody here has a little bit of knowledge on this particular issue sent since it seems to be so widespread. Thanks in advance for any help or suggestions.
2006 Suzuki Eiger 400 4x4 runs fine has new tires. Garage kept just use it once a week to take the trash to the street. I got it about 8 years ago. I put a starter and battery in it about 2 years back. Has light bar and heated hand grips. I got a 6x6 and no longer have use for it. Zip is 25411/25422 WV.
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When I get my foot off the throttle the engine brakes but the sound is not as it use to be = very loud.
The noise began (not sure it is relevant) after I have replace the 2 u-joints on the rear shaft (between the transmission the the rear differential) and engine oil change.
Important to say that when accelerating all sound and works perfect, the noise is only when I get my foot of the throttle.
Any idea what might be the cause?
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