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hillbilly23

1999 Suzuki Quad Runner 500 Not Running

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I BOUGH A 1999 QUADRUNNER 500 RODE IT FOR ABOUT AN HOUR IT BACK FIRED AND STOP RUNNING THE BATTERY WAS DEAD AND COULDNT PULL START IT EITHER. DOES ANYONE KNOW WHAT MIGHT BE WRONG WITH IT?:realmad:

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pull the plug and see if you're getting spark, and check the carb and see if you're getting gas. the stator and or pick up coil may be gone if your battery is dead ...

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charge the battery and see it it starts if it starts check your voltage regulator take the two screws out that hold the regulator on and see if it has a black spot on the back if it does thats your problem . Raybob

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Could be as simple as the battery just fried, will it take a charge?

* Added manufacturer and issue into thread title.

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