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I'm looking for a 1986 Honda 350 fourtrax manual i cannot find any free ones anywhere and the only manual i have close to that is one for a 1987 fourtrax.
Please and thanks guys if you could get me one.

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I had one but don't have it any longer....I sold the machine and must have deleted the manual. I got it from tradebit for $5 in .pdf.
 

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Owners manual PDF

Did anyone have this for the 89 Fourtrax? Just picked up the ATV and would love to read the book. Where does the gas go????

Thanks guys
 

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Thanks for the very quick response. I have downloaded the manual and read it. However i'm a little lost. I want to change the oil...Easy...I can't find the part number for the oil filter anywhere. Are these all standard? I even have the honda service manual. Can't find it.
 

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Thankyou, I have an owners manual for a 300 and am trying to find the sub fuse for the fuel pump. the diagram for the 300 is showing me where it should be and there is no such place on the bike.
 

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Thankyou, I have an owners manual for a 300 and am trying to find the sub fuse for the fuel pump. the diagram for the 300 is showing me where it should be and there is no such place on the bike.
The manual for the 300 won't do you any good, because the 300 doesn't have a fuel pump. The gas tank is higher up above the engine and the fuel just drains from the tank to the carb on the 300.
 

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Okay Im sorry I got confused talking to my husband. He doesnt use computers so he has me on here trying to figure stuff out for him. I replied to a diffrent thread as well which I think I may have been talking to you about. He is looking for a placement of a 30 amp fuse that will feed the starter, fuel pump and lights because he is getting no power ?? Does that make any sense ?
 

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Okay Im sorry I got confused talking to my husband. He doesnt use computers so he has me on here trying to figure stuff out for him. I replied to a diffrent thread as well which I think I may have been talking to you about. He is looking for a placement of a 30 amp fuse that will feed the starter, fuel pump and lights because he is getting no power ?? Does that make any sense ?
Yes, that makes sense. You're looking for the main fuse. It should be near the starter relay switch (solenoid). Find the red wire coming from one of the posts on the starter relay switch and follow it and you should find the fuse. I have circled it in the wiring diagram below.

 
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