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Did my timing chain come off?
Still working on the 2000 Big Bear with a no spark issue. A lot of this has been covered in an older thread, but I will summarize.
Bought it with the previous owner telling me it needed a new wiring harness, but the wiring harness was in tact and seemed to be fine, except starter solenoid and coil was missing, also the engine was stuck, and no spark plug. Got the engine free and rotating, checked compression, it was 130, not great, but good enough to run. Hooked up a battery, nothing , went through all the wiring and found starter cutout relay bad, replaced that, now I have it rotating with starter. Pulled the plug checked, no spark. Checked start/stop switch, working like it should, reverse relay was bad ,replaced that. Checked continuity from coil to CDI, good, checked pickup coil resistance, within specs, checked anti kickback coil resistance, within specs. What am I missing.
Hi! I'm new to the forums I'm working on my klf300 that isn't starting anymore. I accidentally ripped apart the spark plug cap, and I'm curious to know the resistance of the original part, it's not mentioned in the manuals. If anyone with a KLF300 could measure their OEM or known working replacement spark plug cap I would be very happy NGK for example has spark caps with resistances 0, 5, 10, 15 ohms so it seems to be something that I would like to match as close as possible with the original part.
Is there any special way to align the front end so that it drives straight?
It's not bad, but it still could use an adjustment. I'm suspecting the tie rod was improperly adjusted to compensate for the bent lower "A" arm which i replaced.
Hi, I have a grizzly 600 from 2000 that has been giving me headaches for a few days. it has no spark. I checked everything I could according to the manual and everything was within the parameters and I came to the conclusion that I need to replace the CDI .... when I did the measurements I did not check if the orange cable that goes from the CDI to the induction coil has a connection to ground (I just checked if it had continuity and it did). after I put a new CDI and I still had no spark, I saw that somewhere under the fuel tank there was a bunch of cables that were a bit crushed and there that orange cable was stripped and had a connection to the chassis. what are the chances that the new CDI will be fried because of this?
By steve shugart
Hi all, does anyone have an idea what the time involvment is to R&R a fuel tank on a FTX-4WD KQ 300? and possible ballpark $ ?
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