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ron755

1994 Yahama Timberwolf Electrical Problem

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I have a 94 Yamaha Timberwolf 250 4x4. I have no fire to the ignition switch, no nutral light, head lights, or tail light I can jump across the selinoid and start it. I put on a new solinoid. The neutral light comes on,while running, but dims when you give it throttle.

Would this be a relay, not letting fire go to the key switch? If so, could someone post diagram from a manual, on how to test the relays?

Thanks for any help

Ron

Edited by ron755
forgot to add somthing

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how many fuses are in a Timberwolf?

I only see 1 in my Timberwolf 2x4.

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