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scot91

2002 Bombardier quest 650 please help

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Hi guys im new to the forum and i hope i put this in the right spot. But im putting this up for my uncle. But he has a 2002 Bombardier quest rotax 650 4x4 All wheel drive. Now i was driving it down the road today and all sudden it shut down i thought it ran out of gas but it didnt. After it shut downi pushed it to the side of the road and tried to crank it over but it wont crank over. It is a electric start none of the lights or anything work So what i was thinking its in the wiring somewhere right? Does any one have a website that has a wiring diagram for this 4 wheeler or does any one know what else it can be? If anyone has any idea please let me know everything willprobley help thanks guys!!!

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I don't think for starters I would jump to a wiring problem these quads have many electronic parts on them. It might be as simple as a fuse alot of quads have the electronics under the seat. When you tried t start the uad did you hear a click or any noise are you sure the battery is good. Does the quad have a pull or kick start? First I would try charging the battery.

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Sorry i for got to put that But when i tried to start it i didnt hear any noise or clicking noise. And when i got the 4 wheeler back to my uncles i tried to put the batter charger on the battery and still nothing. And it only has electric start. And yes the battery is good. Thanks!

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No i dont know where the fuses are. Do you know where they would be located at? Do you know where i can find a free wire diagram o the internet for this 4 wheeler so i can Look at it just incase if i need it another time. Thanks!

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Scot91 I have a 2002 kawasaki kvf 650 on my kawai it has a fuse on the starter solenoid. I don't know if the bombardier does or not you could check follow your + cable from your battery and it should go to the solenoid my has a red clip to disconnect and theres a 30amp fuse. If you need me too I can upload a pic.

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Yes if you can upload a pic that will be great thanks! And i looked at it a little bit but i unplugged a little wire and thought it was a fuse but it wasnt i dont know what its for. But if you can give me a pic thats great. And this 4 wheeler is at my uncles or else i would be looking at it right now. Im trying to get this going agian cause im spliting fire wood for him and this is the only 4 wheeler he has that i can move the spliter with where im doing the wood at Thanks!

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Yes i believe its the utility 650 it has the winch and has a snowplow so does that make it the utility? Im not to good with 4 wheelers.

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I know I am a bit late... Just joined this website.. Lol

I have a 2003 Quest 650 XT and I used to have a problem with the battery cables... Found out that one of them was getting burned against the exhaust and it would short out and shut down in the middle of the woods but then it would start right back up... Finally I fixed that then the starter solenoid shit the bed and while I waited for it, id have to take a screwdriver and touch the 2 nuts together to jump the starter.. Mind sending me a few pics of your ride?

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