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  1. Hello everyone, This is my first post and i hope it's in the right section. Alright, i have a 2007 Suzuki LT-Z400 Quad Sport, and have a remote for my garage door, i already modified the remote so that it will open/close the door by only connecting two wires. Now i need help on finding the headlight wires on the ATV and connect the remote wires with it, so when i put the light on high it completes the circulation of the remote's wire. And is there a way to do this without cutting the wires on the ATV?
  2. Hello - A client came over with a 1993 Big Bear that he said it has been sitting in his garage for over 10yrs. So the looked over it and the wire harness has some cut wires. am looking for a electrical diagram. I have searched but no luck or just maybe i do not know how to find one. Can someone provide any help here. Thanks.
  3. How to Winterize an ATV (I can't take credit for this, as I pulled this info off of ehow, but it is very good tutorial..) "Outdoor enthusiasts who live in Northern regions often store ATVs during the wintertime. Ice can damage the engine. Road salt is corrosive and can erode the undercarriage. Winter storage is a good way to extend the life of your ATV. You can learn how to winterize an ATV quickly and simply yourself, and never pay expensive shop charges to winterize again." Instructions & Things You'll Need: Gas stabilizer Oil Oil filter 1. Wash your ATV. Scrub every inch. Use an old toothbrush to reach tight areas. Mud and oil can eat away at surfaces over time. Good ATV maintenance involves thoroughly cleaning your ATV before storing it for the winter. As an added protection, hand wax your ATV once it's dry. 2. Change the oil and filters. This keeps excess dirt from settling in your engine. 3. Put gas stabilizer into the fuel tank and top the tank off with fresh gas. For best results, use premium gasoline. Run the ATV for a few minutes to allow the stabilizer to work through the carburetor. Shut off the motor and turn off the gas valve. Oil the chain. 4. Disconnect and pull out the battery. Charge it if necessary, and clean the terminals. Store the battery in a location where it cannot freeze. A heated breezeway is preferable to a cold garage. It's important to keep the battery stored out of the reach of children. Battery acid is dangerously corrosive. Store your ATV's battery on a high shelf or locked in a cabinet. Do not store it directly on concrete. Concrete causes power drain in batteries. 5. Push the ATV into a shed or garage. Do not store ATV's outside in winter climates. Place the ATV up on blocks and fill the tires to the correct psi to keep them from weather cracking. Expensive jack stands aren't necessary; cinder blocks or heavy plastic milk crates work just fine. 6. Cap the exhaust. To a mouse, it looks like a fine winter hidey hole. 7. Tarp the ATV to keep excess dust and vermin away. If desired, leave an open can of auto wax on the floor under the tarp. The smell repels mice, chipmunks and other small pests. Read more: How to Winterize an ATV | eHow.com
  4. Today we added another NEW feature here at QUADCRAZY. My Garage BETA Add your ATVs to your Garage. Add up to 10 ATVs. Add photos, specs, and modifications. Once you add one ATV, your garage will open on your profile page. Others can view your ATVs and photos from your page. Members can comment on your ATVs, mods, etc. You can access the "My Garage" setting under the SETTINGS section in your Account area or here: Account Settings » QUADCRAZY ATV Community This is in BETA mode, which means testing. If you have any issues, errors, or suggestions, please post in this thread. Below are some screenshots from testing. Here is my profile page for testing: admin’s Profile » QUADCRAZY ATV Community Your feedback is appreciated!
  5. So the other day while racing, some A-hole on a bike wouldn't let me by. So i make this really stupid move to pass him and end up rolling my quad around a turn. So while washing the quad I notice that something just doesn't look right. What do i find...A BENT STEERING STEM:aargh:
  6. ATV Maintenance And Garage Tips - Pro Remedies More often than not, it's the simple things that turn a good day sour. With a few tricks of the trade under your hat, you could be the one who saves the day.Shielded From The Elements On a wet day it's a good idea to place foam into voids around the airbox. The foam will prevent excessive amounts of splashing water and debris from reaching the filter and stalling the machine. The last thing anyone wants is to end their day with a swamped quad. Photo Gallery: ATV Maintenance And Garage Tips - ATV Rider Magazine Read More | Digg It | Add to del.icio.us More...

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