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Old 03-28-2011, 09:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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1986 Honda Fourtrax Problem

This is my First post...recently traded my old bass boat for this vintage Honda Fourtrax..did a tune up on it...was running great...using it to drag firewood around property...went in for some lunch...came out and for some weird reason...can't get Neutral Light to come on...and therefore she wont start..any tips on this...my mechanical ability is limited...I don't attempt serious stuff like engine or tranny rebuilds....but I can do minor stuff and troubleshoot but donít have the tools (brain capacity or Hand tools) for major work...
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check your fuses and see if a fuse blew
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Welcome to the forums. Check to see if the wire going to the neutral switch might have come off. It's located on the right side of the engine, under a cover near the bottom, just above the right foot peg. If it came unplugged, the neutral light won't work.
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Thanks for the quick replies...I jiggeled all the connections...pushed it 10 feet forward and was just aboiut to put a curse on the bass boat...and the light came on !
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nice glad to see ya got it goin
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