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Hope everyone is having a great weekend,
While riding my quad just quit, I mean dead. No life on the dash, no crank and obesity no start.
Had a quick look under the plastic, batt reading 12.7v power at the key switch.
Changed the power pack, still no luck.
Anyone else have similar problems?
I don't see a fuse box/panel, is there fusible links in the system? If so where di I start looking?
As noted, new member checking in to look around. Mainly interested in troubleshooting ideas and technical information. Currently rebuilding a carb for a 2006 400 Big Bear for a friend. Needing the float height, will post request as soon as I find the proper sub-forum.
New guy here from Long Island New York. Just acquired a 2000 klf300. Grew up wrenching on dirt bikes, moved onto Jeeps and cars. Picked up this project as a toy to take to some family owned land in Vermont to tool around on. Been sitting for years so needs to be gone through but looks clean for it’s age. Pics to come!
A new series by mike sabo called top quad 3 and sxs blog has a recent series called cheap quad challenge. both have taught me a lot about how fun and affordable offroading in smaller machines can be..
I just bought a cheap LAKOTA and i'm in the process of getting it trail ready i cant wait!
Let me know if anyone has seen this and what thoughts you've had. it was a incredibly helpful thing for me as i didnt know the lakota existed until i saw the show!
Overall in good shape just looking at it. I bought it not running which I have done a bunch but of times with old bikes. Have not worked on one of these before so going to need some help I am sure. Going to need a good place to get parts. Thanks Dannie
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