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About lilronco

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  2. Nice, I thought about it after I sent the last post, Caribou and Moose are like the only two hunt-able animals that have the long horse like face. Even as a cow, it's still nice. I bet Alaska was gorgeous. I did get a chance to work on my Quad Runner and found out the starter relay/solenoid was good, even though I replaced it with the new one I received on Saturday. The VDC was the same at the starter as it was at the battery. I tried jumping the starter from the battery pos, and nothing. I checked continuity through the ground, it was good, I finally pulled the starter and proceeded to disa
  3. Yes, I do have a wiring diagram, I bought the service manual with the bike. I have referenced it for helping me trace the wires from the starter button, battery to the solenoid, from the solenoid to the started. I did order a new solenoid, as I found a new replacement online. I totally didn't think about jumping the starter from the battery to make sure it's not a starter issue as well. Great advice... Thanks, I will be working on this thing this weekend and will let you know my results. Thank you so much for the advice/help.
  4. This is my first time posting here so bare with me, I will do my best explaining my issue. I own a 1999 Suzuki ltf 250 Quadrunner I bought off the showroom floor in 1999, and as we all know, over the years things need to be replaced, no matter how well we take care of them. Last year The four wheeler was burning really rich and after it got hot it shut down and was hard to start back up, damn thing just would not idle. Lucky for me I have a father-in-law that has done nothing but port and polish heads, By hand I might add, no CNC machining involved, for 50 + years and he did his magic on mine,

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