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  2. View File 2010 Arctic Cat 700 Diesel SD ATV Service Manual 2010 Arctic Cat 700 Diesel SD ATV Service Manual This Arctic Cat Service Manual contains service, maintenance, and troubleshooting information for the 2010 Arctic Cat 700 Diesel SD ATV. The complete manual is designed to aid service personnel in service-oriented applications. This manual is divided into sections. Each section covers a specific ATV component or system and, in addition to the standard service procedures, includes disassembling, inspecting, and assembling instructions. When using
  3. View File 2008 Arctic Cat Thundercat Service Manual 2008 Arctic Cat Thundercat Service Manual This Arctic Cat Service Manual contains service, maintenance, and troubleshooting information for the 2008 Arc-tic Cat Thundercat. The complete manual is designed to aid service personnel in service-oriented applications. This manual is divided into sections. Each section covers a specific ATV component or system and, in addition to the standard service procedures, includes disassembling, inspecting, and assembling instructions. When using this manual as a gu
  4. Just to say this hasn’t happened since my last post so I’m happy out.
  5. Hello, I am reviewing the differential of my bayou 220 and I came across two situations: 1 - How can the final drive roll be changed? in the manual it shows that the part can be disassembled, but not to the point of being able to change the bearing; 2 - the differential pinion has a gap, so I would like to know if it would need adjustment or if it is so. I put a photo and a video to show WhatsApp Video 2021-03-07 at 18.29.09.mp4
  6. Never thought of looking for a manual I'll have to try and find one. I did just figure it out there was a short on the kill switch so even with the switch off the machine thought the kill switch was on. Sent from my SM-N986W using Tapatalk
  7. Other than repeating the obvious I can't offer much more . Start at the battery. Make sure it is full charged .Check for a blown fuse or fusible link. Check the terminals and ground wire for loose / corrosion and then follow the power forward to where it is first lost. Check a wiring diagram to see what controls the power to that point, and so on until you hit on where the failure is .. There are service manuals for earlier Renegade 800 models in the downloads section that may have the same wiring diagram as your machine.
  8. As soon as the parts arrive and I change, I notice, from what I saw I will need 3 retainers and I will try to find them here in Brazil. As soon as I make the exchange I show the progress here, including photos: D
  9. Hey iv got a 2009 renegade 800x with no power at all no relays clicking no gages no nothing. I look at all the obvious places and found nothing. It was running and drove to where it currently sits and has been there for the winter. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Sent from my SM-N986W using Tapatalk
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  11. I got it, I bought a kit from Vertex and I believe it is the same, I will send it to Brazil still, thanks for the feedback, your post helped me a lot here too :D
  12. Yeah, I will search the forum so I could help somebody maybe and rack up those 10 comments so I could download it.
  13. Yes it did, very easy to replace. also came with other seals i used on other atvs
  14. the reverse cable is really missing, at first i will continue using it with the rear brake lever, in case it gets too expensive to bring to brazil i will adapt a bicycle gear lever because from what i saw it will work well. the previous owner took some things and didn’t take good care of him, so I’ve been investigating what things were missing from him and what he needs to do the forum here is great, it has helped me a lot in the research I have done, many posts that are very relevant. Today I found a 300 4x2 bayou near here with a good price, I am thinking of buying it and when I get t
  15. There is a repair manual in the forum's download section.
  16. Did this item you purchased fit your bayou? I have the same leakage problem and I thought about buying this kit that you mentioned, could you share the link if it is not this one?
  17. Well, I tried baking the CDI on 200 for about 40mins and still no spark. Tested the plug wire and boot, and both have continuity. Does anyone maybe know what ohm reading I sould be getting on pickup coil? I don't have manuals so don't know exact numbers.
  18. Good call. I didn't know it was only the 850 that folks fuss about.
  19. I don't ride mud or water. I should be safe. Thank you t
  20. thats only with the 850s that sometimes come from the factory with warped belt boxes. the 570s are tight, but every belt box will leak if the seal is not correctly repacked when you pull it apart. take the extra 5 mins to make sure the seal is not twisted and you should be good to go- same deal with the air box lid. for some people who like to go deep all the time, they will go and purchase an aftermarket seal thats thicker and wont twist and leak like the oem ive had my 570 4 foot in water for multiple minutes at a time and not a drop has ever got in the belt box have also had my 8
  21. https://www.canampartshouse.com/oemparts/l/cam/500b49fff8700228ecf59792/2003-quest-650-parts
  22. Try not to go into very deep water as Polaris has a real issue with the belt box leaking. Decent machines otherwise.
  23. Check the continuity on the plug wire and boot. I had a firing problem once and it took me a couple days of wiring diagrams and multimeter work...turned out to only be a bad plug boot.
  24. Hey, thanks for answering. I have two CDI's and nothing changes when switching between them(could be that both are bad). I will try baking one tomorrow and get back to you when I try it. Only thing I'm confused about is that wire coloring is different before connectors to CDI and on the CDI itself. But maybe its okay nonetheless.
  25. The motor itself doesn't really matter what year, as long as the harness/CDI/etc are all in the same year run, and it looks like it does. I'd try baking the CDI at 200 degrees or so for 5 minutes and then hook it back up and see if you get spark. Sometimes the capacitors in those things get a bit of moisture and expand. Drying them out a bit will sometimes tell you if the CDI is bad. If you have spark after baking it, the CDI is bad.
  26. Hello, I have read many forum topics on this matter but have never found a similar problem. So i bought a cheap ass quad thats got all sorts of parts on it. It's a 1997(if you look the date on frame) Kawasaki KLF(Bayou) 300 EUROPEAN Model (atleast I think, since I'm from Europe), the engine is 1988 if I'm not mistaken and the CDI is 1995.-2006. ( 21119-1447, 6pin ). My problem is that I don't have spark. I would diagnose the issue but connectors from CDI to wiring harness have almost all different colors and I'm not sure if they are connected correctly (pictures below). Pickup coil is put
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