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let the bear out
change the gas, check the timing

Yamaha 2005... | Answered 3 days ago

most wheel bearings are just snug tight so the wheel does not rock on the bearings. they have rollers that need to roll.

kawasaki 2005... | Answered 3 days ago

did you check spark by observing the wire or the plug? if the wire, replace the plug. replace it anyway. a bad plug may fire in free air but not in the engine

Yamaha 2004... | Answered 3 days ago

do you have internet where you live? Try this
"2002 Polaris trailblazer users manual"

ATVs | Answered 3 days ago

OMG = there is a youtube video on it. can you believe that?

Yamaha 2004... | Answered 3 days ago

a search for "high gear looses power" reveals............wait for it...................valve float. == weak springs. Hey, like my back. it is old also and weak

Yamaha 2005 Big... | Answered 3 days ago

Yea, what you said == just google it.

ATVs | Answered 3 days ago

Usually, there is a hole plug near the bottom of the casing. BUT first drive it around a lot cause gear oil is heavy and it won't come out very fast if it is cold.

ATVs | Answered 3 days ago

I assume there is only ONE fuse, since you are not specific.
The solution therefore is just hard work and long hours with your ohmmeter disconnecting wires and tracking it down one wire at a time.

kawasaki 2012... | Answered 3 days ago

power to efi module? no, find where it stopped and reconnect.
yes, power out of efi module? no, replace efi module.
yes, open between efi and pump.

ATVs | Answered 3 days ago

search engine are more efficient. If this isn't to your liking
try searching "clutch nut torque spec"

ATVs | Answered 3 days ago

define "stopping". If it involved using the new ignition switch, then I think a return to the dealer is necessary. You know it takes 3 times for them to get it right?

Polaris ATV | Answered 3 days ago

are you into troubleshooting? Probably not, but one must have fuel, ignition, and air to make things burn or run an ICE.
What don't you have?
Is there an ignition source? Did you pull the spark plug and verify it will spark?
Is there fuel? No, not in the tank, it must be getting to the engine.
Is the spark plug wet? If it isn't wet with fuel, you are not getting fuel.
Is there air? No, not what you are breathing, but getting to the carburetor. Did you check the air cleaner?

ATVs | Answered 3 days ago

It acts like you have burnt spots on the starter shaft that touches the brushes ( voltage) to start. When you rock the vehicle in gear the starter shaft moves and it is placed in a position where the brushes can make a clean contact. Then when you turn the key, the starter will engage and the vehicle will start. My recommendation would be to change out the starter.

ATVs | Answered on Oct 15, 2019

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