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ColoATVrider

2006 Polaris 450 Battery Dies

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:aargh:This issue I am having with my wifes quad is driving me nuts... Here the PROBLEM ...INSTALL A NEW BATTERY ..RIDE FOR GOOD FEW HOUR... SERVICE TOOL LIGHT COMES ON THEN ABOUT HOUR AFTER COMES ON... THE QUAD DIES ... WONT START .. INDICATES THE NEW BATTERY IS COMPLETLY DEAD ... RIDERS ANY SUGGESTION WHAT CAUSES THIS NEW BATTERY TO DRAIN COMPLETELY AND NOT CHARGING UP

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