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Hello I have a 1999 Honda 300 4w/drive and I just replaced the Oem carburetor with a aftermarket carburetor after installing the carb on the bike it started great and idled like new one but when I shifted into first gear and tried to move forward it died, I shifted back In neutral and the wheeler started easy again I let it set there to see if maybe it needed to warm up but when I shifted into first and tried accelerating it died again, I am not a use to working on it and would appreciate any advise thanks
Hoping someone can help me out. Just picked up a 2001 Recon for my son, got a good deal on it but the rear-end of the bike came in a box (pieces). I have gone through and inventoried what I have and what I need but I am not sure what size ring gear spacers I should get. I have a new pinion gear installed and a new ring gear to put in it, all of the other bearings and seals are replaced also. So since this should be pretty much like a new differential, I am thinking that "F" is the right size (1.56) based on the manual where it says this is the "standard" size. I am thinking that I need to start somewhere before I worry about measuring backlash.
Any input or advice would be appreciated.
2005 Suzuki KingQuad 700 4X4 LT-A700X
A bundle of wires taped together shorted and melted tape. After removing tape, the wires fell apart and there was no way to determine how wires connected. This is on the left side of the ATV (see attached pic).
None of the wires run to ground. None test for volts with key on or when ATV is running.
There are 4 wires that go into 3 wires.
4 wires come in from above – yellow/green stripe, white/brown stripe, green, brown.
3 wires are below – all are yellow w/o stripes & and bundled into chase with a blue & a green wire that pass through (see attached pic). The 3 yellows appear to come from generator.
ATV only runs off battery now. There is no charge back to battery and ATV dies upon disconnecting battery (with RPMs up). All fuses are intact.
It would appear that any wire can connect to the yellow wires, so no worries there. But the extra/4th upper wire needs to be connected or bundled with one of its mates and I have no idea which goes to which.
Any help greatly appreciated.
I have a 2001 Yamaha Kodiak 400 (YFM400FWAN©) On a recent hunting trip a problem popped up and I hope someone else has experienced this, so that I can learn from them instead of going on my own hunt for an answer.
On cold days (sub 25 degree) I choke the Kodiak and it starts instantly. It revs up and runs on "high idle" without any problem. However when I return the choke lever to its "normal" position the ATV continues to run and a very high idle. I cant put it into gear until the idle comes down, which it doesn't. In order to use the bike I have to shut it off and when I restart it I must place it into gear before the engine gets a chance to rev up. It then returns to a normal idle and the machine behaves normally. This only happens on real cold days but it is a problem I want to fix. Can anyone offer some help?
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