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2006 king quad 700

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my display is blinking and having problems starting and staying running. battery is new but only registering 9.5 volts on it. i pull start it but not electrically. my displays says chec on the bottom and i have no idea what that means because it doesn't say check what and no other lights are on. please help because we are suppose to be on a ride in 4 days.

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yes Mr dirtdemon, regardless of what the original problem is/was the "new" battery is flat.

The bike most likely is not charging as he must have gotten a new battery to try to fix it.

Also once pulled started, the bike should have taken a 9v battery up to a nice 12v in a few seconds if it was charging normaly.

Mr kingquad2430, when you tested your battery and it said 9v. are you able to test the battery volatage when you pull start the bike and make the bike idle?

if you get it to start, make the bike rev at about 4 to 5 thousand RPM and tell us the voltage you see.

it should be at a minimum 13.4V up to 14.5V while the bike reving.

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