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Well I will be Off the Trails for awhile...who will be riding ??
I said awhile ago that we would be done for awhile,and we made it back out,but now I know we are off for at least two weekends,Wife is on Call.
and I might send mine out for some due repairs,that I do not want to do because of the timing,and that I have not done them before.
I need new brakes,front and rear!
and A Chain and Gears.
Deer Season is Nov.15th thru Nov.29th so no riding during that.
And we need to clean the Garages to get the daily drivers out of the snow,and cold weather.
So I hope that others step up and get in some riding while we are down.
My four wheeler when i first got it seemed like it was very slow when i first got it and it had no throttle response so i replaced the belt and cleaned all of the rollers thinking that would solve the problem from what i read on the forums. well it turned out that it wasnt. so i went to the next thing i took out the injector to check it out and i seen that there was a tiny bit of debree in it so i cleaned it and it seemed to improve a little bit. but still did not solve the problem. i later found out how to find the trouble codes out from the lcd screen using a paper clip on the diagnostic port and it showed the code which stood for no codes C00. i also forgot to mention that the throttle position censor is working perfect. before i started all of this the four wheeler ran just not to its potential. after my friend and i did the trouble code test the bike wouldnt even start anymore and the injector would spray for a few seconds for the start up then it stops and the fuel injection light comes on and blinks. the four wheeler wouldnt start anymore. i took it over to the local shop and they hooked it up to the computer to see if there was any codes and it still showed it was free of codes. they hooked it up to the fuel pressure gauge and we found that it was making 22 pounds and it should be making around 43. i then bought a new fuel pump and put it in. it now starts and runs for a few seconds and then it stalls out and the fuel injection light comes on again. which then leads me to think it is the ecu now but i want to be sure before i invest around $500 more into it. any opinions on whether or not anyone thinks this is the problem or if they have had a similar problem before would be really appreciated. sorry for writing a novel and not spelling very well. also i forgot to put the year in the title it is a 2007
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Hi there everyone. Just seeing if there is advice on a problem I have before I start digging too deep.
I recently bought this creally nice 2004 King quad ltf300 with only 2400km..
Everything things works great except when engaged into 4wd or diff lock it has a clicking noise ( sounds like broken teeth etc) are the front diffs known to blow? Or the transfer from engine?
I am yet to test on some loose ground to see if I'm getting drive at front .
I will be driving in to find problem in next few weeks but thought I'd see if anyone might know what it is first. Cheers
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Just wanted to say a quick hello and introduce myself. My name's Oren, I'm 35, and love going out riding when I get the time. I am currently remodeling it, I ride a 1993 Yamaha Kodiak 400 4X4 that I absolutely love.
I found this site one night trying to look up stuff on my Kodiak and decided wth might as well join. While I'm not the greatest at posting, I do try to check in every couple days or so to see whats going on.
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