It contains the full factory service manual with hundreds of pages containing step by step instructions, full wiring diagrams and detailed illustrations on how to repair, rebuild or maintain virtually anything to your sled. Or is this a buy once, cry once deal? Someone painted over the serial number. The last one is killing me. After trying some more it became stuck in 1st gear and wouldnt shift at all. The manual page shown is an example of our manuals, it may or may not pertain to your unit. This topic will stay pinned and if you find any to add, please do it with a reply. I bottomed it out and it didn't seem to make much if any difference.
It is stuck in neutral. It goes through the plastics and will pivot on the rear attachment. First it would click like it was shifting, but the wheeler wouldn't move and when I hit the gas it revved up like I was in nuetral. I have permanently embedded my logo using 256 bit encryption on every page so other sellers cannot steal my items, this will not interfere with any text or pictures in the manual. Doesn't have the handles out the side, either.
Please contact me with any questions or problems, I'm here to help. Have you guys have good luck with the aftermarket intake boots? Somebody must have lost the spring for the pilot screw, as it's no longer in the carb. I will work harder to satisfy you than any of my competitors on the internet. . This is truly the future of service manuals. Everything I've read, says that the Timberwolf was produced from 92-98 and then changed name to Bear Tracker. You cannot back up many of my competitors manuals; You run the risk of losing the data and having to re-buy the manual.
He also said the starter went out. It contains the full factory service manual with hundreds of pages containing step by step instructions, full wiring diagrams and detailed illustrations on how to repair, rebuild or maintain virtually anything to your sled. Any help would be greatly appreciated thank you. If you save just 20 minutes of labor from your local dealer you have paid for the manual. Do the two different versions have different length carb screws? I took the motor off the machine to make it easier to work on.
Does anyone know where I should begin? The reverse lever seems to be all the way to the front. The manual page shown is an example of our manuals, it may or may not pertain to your unit. When i pulled the carb apart I saw the screw doesn't even touch the linkage, it's too short. This is truly the future of service manuals. Changed plug, coil pack, filter and all fluids. Doesn't have the loops coming out of front plastics. I got it home and the battery was dry.
When I got it the previous owner told me it was a transmission issue. I have it running well, but the shifter does not move. If you have had good luck with aftermarket, where did you get it? Only change I found, was front brakes were upgraded to disk in 2001. Enjoy, and everyone have a very Merry Christmas! But it later broke loose agian and acts like it is in neutral again. I took the carb apart and cleaned it out. After asking friends they were convinced it was a clutch problem but after opening up the casing for the clutch I don't see anything out of the ordinary and am concerned that it may be a transmission problem.
It's an 89 Big Bear. I got it home and fired it up pushed it out of the garage and tried to shift it and it wouldn't shift. All of my manuals are make, model or year specific, not vague generic manuals like many available. Listed are the differences Back rack is different. When I would adjust my idle speed screw, nothing would happen. Has anybody seen this before on a Yamaha? I have successfully completed over 14,000 auctions on eBay with a 100 overall positive feedback rating. Most parts are interchangeable through those years.
It has some cosmetic issues, but seems pretty decent mechanically. . . . .