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2002 Yamaha Big Bear 4x4 has no power


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i was just out plowin my driveway and my atv died.tryed to restart and nothin on the star button and i have no lights in my dash .i can pull the bike over on the pull start and it won t go .so i assume theres no fire getting to the spark plug.any ideas be great since i have like 2 feet of snow to plow .thankx

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I merged all your threads together into the first one you started, this is all pertaining to the same problem, so it all belongs in the same thread. Please don't start a new thread unless the subject is completely different. Having all your questions and everyone's responses together in one thread will help anyone who is trying to help because they will have all the info that has been posted so far in one spot.

That being said, I don't think that would be possible, the stator sends power out through the regulator/rectifier to the battery. I power should not be able to run from the battery to the stator through that same circuit since current can't run backward through the rectifier. Unless there is another connection between the battery and the stator I don't see that being possible. Do you have a multimeter? The best thing you can do is start testing all the circuits and switches tied to the ignition system.

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This thread is a mess, I just found 4th thread that he started, all of them are related to the same problem, so I merged them all into one, but I don't know what's worse, having 4 different threads that are all tied to the same issue, or one confusing messed up thread that goes all over the road. It would be nice if there was a way to rearrange the posts so the it isn't so confusing.

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