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wolverinepilot

Big hello from Alberta, Canada

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Good day, thought I would just say hello to everyone and say I really enjoy what I have seen from this forum so far. If there are any other riders in the Central Alberta area lets go for a ride.

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i havent done any riding here, moved from gorgeous Ft Mac (sarcastic LOL) last October ... had lots of places to ride there from my back door ...

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Ya there is lots of places to ride there for sure. I have been going out by Rocky Mtn house, there is lots of trails there. There also is a good rally end of August at Sundre if your into that? Hey just curious, you wouldn't happen to know much about a 1997 trail boss 250? We went out last weekend and my son went through some water and it sputtered, as soon as we hit the override away it went?? I was going to tear into it tomorrow, there has to be an issue with the electrical and if I can figure out how to disable it all together I am going to.

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I initially thought the air cleaner and opened it up, dry as a bone. It is definitely something to do with that override button because my son hit it when I was trouble shooting and away it went. He then rode it holding the button for a few minutes until it started to run without hitting the button any longer. I was just doing a search and found out there is a safety module behind the fuel tank cover on the left side. Apparently the black wire is the one that controls the rev limiter, I wonder if water got in there and shorted it until it evaporated? I am going to check it out in the morning and try some dielectric grease on it, crossing my fingers that this will work? I just downloaded the service manual so I will see what it says. Thanks

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