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Yamaha Warrior 350 - Relay Info

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okay i have a yamaha warrior 350 not sure what year. i need to know if one of the electrical relays under left fender will keep it from have power through the whole harness? i have power no where except one side of solenoid plz help!!! rewired it myself everything i started from bare frame. i dont understand the only thing that see thats missin is one relay. the only way i get power in harness if i take a jump wire from the solenoid to ignition wire, it turns over but want fire that way if i unhook it i get nothing!!!!!!

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i probably have the warrior manuals in the yamaha atv section if you need a schematic to look at ...

someone with electrical experience will jump in soon i hope ...

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