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Hey guys. New guy here with my first Yamaha quad. Traded for an 01' Kodiak 400 that needs some tlc. It was running but idle is off, missing some hardware here and there, none of the lights work on instrument panel and front brakes didn't work were the main things that jumped out at me. I drug it home and have started tearing into it. Started with fresh oil change and flushed the dirty brown coolant and replaced with fresh coolant. The carburetor is missing the side cover for the throttle cable and I don't see where I can buy just that cover without buying a complete carb, so went ahead and ordered a new one (hasn't arrived yet). the Starter relay solenoid was crap and had to mess with it to get it to start half the time so replaced it. I have a few questions as I'm going through this quad that I'll list below.
1. It has a cut plug on wiring harness under the instrument panel. Can anyone tell me what this plug goes to? There currently is not a plug running to the 4wd indicator light on instrument cluster so I'm wondering if 2 of the wires are for that possibly??
2. Also in the front, there is a air duct under the rack and black plastic panel that runs down to the engine case. Is there supposed to be some sort of cover or anything over it? I looked online at parts diagrams and couldn't even find this duct or the duct that runs up by taillight in any of the diagrams.
3. this fuel line on top left side of carburetor; is this what goes to the gas tank cap or is it just a vent line for carb? Follow up question, where does the line that comes off of the gas tank cap go to?
I'm sure I'll have many more questions as I work through this thing. Thanks in advance for any replies.
got 7 atvs off CL recently for a good price. one of which is a yamaha warrior. anyone know where the vin is printed on this bike? Haha good place to start as I do not know year or size yet. The former owner says needs exhaust ans and clutch work. he said it ran fine until the clutch cable broke and then I couldn't get the new cable adjusted right and it would grind gears. things I see: clutch cable locked up again, no brakes, carb leaking (green with algae around the bowl and has gelled gas stalagtights on it), aftermarket exhaust melted the airbox so I need something different and a new air box. I would like the use the current exhaust if I can but I have a feeling its a redneck fix as it looks like there is an ace bandage holding it to the exhaust pipe (its an aftermarket slip-on exhaust), so I'm not sure about that- lets get the bike running first. also, battery (looks brand new, what a shame) is dead, 0 volts. Otherwise, bike looks to have not been wrecked, and plastics are ok (it sat outside under a 'tarp' for 3+ years since it was run last). any tips and advise on where to start first would be awesome as this is my first clutched bike (manual).
the clutch is my main concern- I've never rode a clutched bike so I dont even know what its supposed to feel like. lol I'm spoiled on my automatic polaris
Looking for Yamaha ATV VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) Number Decoders? Once you find your ATV VIN number off the tag on your Yamaha ATV, you can go to all kinds of websites that have VIN Decoders available. The best ones are backed by the Yamaha ATV manufacturer, however there are plenty of aftermarket Yamaha ATV VIN Decoder websites on the web. This topic will stay pinned and if you find any to add, please do it with a reply.
The following Yamaha ATV VIN Decoder websites are available where you can just enter your VIN number and it will shows you some of your ATV model details:
NICB Theft Check https://www.nicb.org/theft_and_fraud_awareness/vincheck
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Just wanted to take a moment to introduce myself! I'm Nate, 32, from Tennessee. I love to ride when I can and try to every chance I get. I currently have an '07 AC 700 EFI 4x4. Hope to meet some people from the area who love the same things, hope to learn a lot from this site, and be able to maintain my Cat for as long as possible.
I won the april photo contest and received a $50 Motosport gift certificate, when I went to use it there was a problem with it so I contacted motosport and quadcrazy and they both got it resolved in a few days. Thanks guys and gals for the help! Got myself a new pair of goggles
Well I am new to the atv world, I have been using one of my buddies four wheeler for about 6 months, it is an old one that he never uses. I really enjoy going with my buddies and I am wanting to upgrade to something a little better and newer, I ride a 1970 something Yamaha two wheel drive 250, but I am wanting something for this winter that will rip through the snow and during the rest of the year trail ride.
I am not wanting to spend a lot of money, I am just wondering where I should start looking and for what.
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