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Looking for possible stator failure testing references for my 1992 Big Bear 350 4x4 that suddenly developed NO SPARK symptoms. Have installed new spark plug and new coil. Hoping to ID the problem before spending big on new CDI as last resort. 

Any help appreciated. 

Gary in SC. 

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Hey all,

I am looking for the service manual for a 2008 Yamaha Big Bear 400 here is some additional info.

2008 Yamaha YFM400FWN 4WD

Possible 2nd model # YFM40FBX

vin 5Y4AH29YX8A0020xx

I have searched high and low in the web and can not find the 2007-2012 service manual. I need to figure out how to clean/fix or replace my neutral switch assembly as generally the neutral light doesn’t come on when it is in neutral. To get it to come on I have to wiggle the foot shifter and hold it in just the right spot. Any help would be great.



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Fyi @Colin Davis you can have access to the download section after 10 contributing posts in the forum or by becoming a paid member. The drop down menu is on the top right side, click on repair menu and then sub category. Scroll down to Yamaha and it's pretty much self explanatory from there.   

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