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  2. Finally!!! Here is my follow up on my problem as I finally got it fixed this weekend! Because I struggled finding folks with much knowledge on this particular issue on forums, I've decided to make a good effort to add my lessons learned on this. First, after taking the plastic on and off my quad twice now, I've decided that I HATE DOING THIS TASK. It is neither easy or fast. After doing it twice now, I've gotten better and faster, but it is a pretty time consuming activity with the included necessity of pulling my after-market bumpers and gear racks off. I was also forced to take apart t
  3. I didn't get to it this weekend...but did go riding ☺ I took the time to printout the wiring diagram and match - color coded the printout. It is very small and a little hard to read because of the smallish diagram. I had been thinking and the main ground, if there is only one common one for the display, must be functioning because of the back light for the display functions. Is this a bad assumption?
  4. I was able to open it in my PC Laptop. I had trouble using my Samsung Tab-S...weird. Hopefully I can ID the main issue using the diagrams. I'll post if I find the specific issue so others can learn too....
  5. That manual pdf file in the link above won't open in Adobe pdf reader...must be a corrupt file? Anyone have another source? I should be able to figure out the primary power for the display and ground once I find a manual. I know it does not ground to the chassis, but does so through ground wires.
  6. I have a similar problem on my 2006 KQ. I bought it used and it needed lots of maintenance, which I did..list is too long, but basically every bolt was loose, the headlight pod was missing, the LCD display & gear selector lights did not function, and the suspension bushings all needed replacing...it allegedly had 6000 miles on it and was used as a hunting guide vehicle...so it was run hard and spent a lot of time stored outdoors. The motor had been recently overhauled and upgraded to 800cc at an ATV shop. At least it runs good... I am VERY mechanical and electrically savvy, but am havin

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