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post #1 of 4 Old 06-18-2017, 07:41 PM Thread Starter
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Grizz 700 Problems

First post on this site, I've came here many of time for my quad and now I'm wondering if I could get some more help. I have a 2008 Yamha Grizzly 700 that I Mud Race (nothing professionally just in a 700cc and below single cylinder restricted modification class.) Recently racing and just going through water my quad will cut off or at like its stuttering or something? Ive never had this problem and was wondering if anyone has seen this on a grizz or any atv and knows what is going on. Im not sure if its getting something where it shouldn't be getting something or what. Kinda clueless??

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post #2 of 4 Old 06-19-2017, 07:41 AM
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Are those year models Carbed or EFI? If it's carbed, check all of your vent lines and boots... one of them may have a hole in it. If it's EFI, then the problem is probably electrical.

Try cleaning and putting a little dielectric grease on all electrical connectors that would be getting wet, as well as the spark plug boots.


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It's an FI. I'll try doing that, my brothers renegade is having electrical problems with his power commander because it has gotten wet. They told us to do the same thing with dielectric grease.

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My Brute Force did the same thing back in the day... it was something under the seat, not sure which electrical plug but I cleaned and put a little DE grease on them all and it stopped.


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