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Hello all! New to the site, I came here seeking answers as I've decided to help my cousin get his once good running buyou 220 going again.
I've owned an 82 kawasaki kz1100 and have done lots of work to it over 20 years of ownership.
Looks like the wire diagram colors are same or similar to my bikes wiring, a definite plus
Cousin was riding through fairly high weeds and brush after it's rained, when it just died. It would turn over but no fire.
This to me sounds like perhaps a CDI issue or a fried coil, idk that why I'm asking you gurus LOL
Do the small 50cc's have a way to set the speed. Im wanting to get one for my kid and i need to set it to go slow. I know the chinese knock off fourwheelers do but i dont really want one of those
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!
This is something I'm extremely curious about. Has anyone ever attempted to buy a quad (or any other vehicle) from an impound lot? I've always wondered if this could be a bargain, or a waste of time. Google searches do turn up some helpful results. Looks like the state of NJ holds auctions online which I'd be a bit hesitant about.
My online searches haven't really turned up any results of anyone buying an ATV this way. I'd be really curious if anyone tried this, or knows someone who has. I've actually found a couple pages with online auctions for my state, but none had ATVs.
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