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Denis Lanthier

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  1. I really thank you for the recommendation. I hadn't thought of checking the battery after trying the starter. So I measured the voltage at rest (12.84), and then I flipped the key and pressed the starter and the voltage didn't change and the power died and the starter didn't even try. Now when I turn the key on/off, the power display doesn't go up but the battery voltage stays the same. I think that means the battery is good correct? Any other insights into what it could be?
  2. Hi All, I have a 2004 Yamaha Kodiak, which has taken me to many remote places and hauled lots of game. I still love it after 16 years. Lately when I go to start it using the starter, sometimes it clicks and kills the power in the display. Lights don't work, nothing works and I end up having to unplug the battery, wait awhile, and replugging the battery ends up giving the power back. Using the winch will sometimes kill the power as well. Battery is new, all fuses are ok, I'm at a loss. I can start it with the pull crank and it will work and so will the lights. Any insights or advice would be appreciated!

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