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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?
New to the forum, but I recently bought a 2002 Yamaha Kodiak 400. It starts great and runs well, but the shifter doesn’t have any impact on the transmission. You can hear it clicking around as you shift through the gears but it is always in forward Lo. It tries to go into Park, but if you rev the engine a little it will still move forward in Lo. The shift linkage is all working and I took the cover off the side of the transmission and everything to that point is engaged and moving correctly.
Trying to decide if I have to split the case to do anymore diagnostics and if it’s really worth all the effort.
Questions I have so far are:
Do I have to remove the engine entirely to start any of this work?
Will I have to split the case to access any of the shift forks or internal linkage?
Whats the probability that I can fix the issue even if I can diagnose the problem?
Thanks for your help!
When it comes to embarking on thrilling ATV adventures, striking the perfect balance between customization and practicality is key. As you start modifying your ATV to tailor it to your preferences and needs, you might find that you're losing valuable storage space. But fear not! We're here to unravel a storage solution that's been the subject of many inquiries: Pelican cases and their budget-friendly alternatives.
Losing Storage During Customization
It's no secret that as you soup up your ATV with exciting modifications like racks, snorkels, or specialized equipment, the available storage space can shrink. This conundrum has sparked a common question among enthusiasts: "How can I keep my storage capacity while enhancing my ride?"
The Storage Dilemma: Resolved
Enter the hero of our story: Pelican cases. These rugged, dependable cases are renowned for their durability and waterproofing, making them an excellent choice for ATV storage. Not only do they protect your gear from the elements, but they also offer ample space to stow away essentials securely.
However, we understand that Pelican cases might not fit everyone's budget. Fear not! A more economical option awaits. While not as renowned as Pelican, there are budget-friendly cases that offer decent protection without burning a hole in your pocket. These alternatives can be a great compromise between affordability and functionality.
Securing the Solution
Attaching these cases to your ATV is another crucial step. U-bolts come to the rescue, providing a sturdy way to fasten the cases onto your quad. The key here is to ensure a secure fit that can withstand the rigors of off-road adventures. To take it a step further, silicone the holes where the bolts go through. This creates an extra layer of protection against water infiltration, keeping your gear dry even when the trails get muddy.
As you transform your ATV into the ultimate adventure companion, storage doesn't have to be compromised. Pelican cases offer premium protection for your belongings, while their more affordable counterparts bring similar benefits without breaking the bank. By attaching them securely with U-bolts and employing a bit of silicone magic, you can hit the trails with peace of mind, knowing your essentials are safe and sound.
So, whether you're venturing into the wilderness or tackling tough terrains, your ATV can now carry both the thrill of customization and the convenience of ample storage. Get ready to rev up and ride out – your gear's in good hands!
Remember: Modify, store, and conquer – all in one unforgettable ride!
Share your storage hacks and tips in the comments below, and let's keep the adventure going!
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