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  1. I did ask a while back but I am having trouble finding the tool and thought I would ask again.
  2. I need to recalibrate my TPS sensor and need help in doing so. If I need the special tool will somebody help me with where I can get one. Also what voltage does the TPS need to be calibrated to, I am having trouble finding that. Thank You
  3. Do you know where I can get this tool from? Thank you
  4. I was wondering if somebody could help me with the calibration process on my 2005 Polaris Sportsman 700 EFI. Thank you
  5. Ajmboy,

    Will it cause any major issues by laying it on its side. 

    1. Soldier88

      Soldier88

      I changed your topic title to generate more replies by having what you are actually asking about in the title. 1f601.png I don't recommend it unless absolutely necessary. If you are working on your ATV, you should raise it up. As far as if it's safe, I would disconnect the battery so you don't get any ignition starts accidentally and the other safety issue is rolling over on someone, so make sure it's well supported.
    2. Ajmboy

      Ajmboy

      It may or may not, depends on if any fluids travel up the intake. I have had ATVs land on the side when rough riding or flip and usually they are ok. Please reply via your topic: 

       

  6. Is it safe to lay an atv on its side. I have a 2005 Polaris Sportsmans 700 EFI.

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