This just started happening a few rides ago. 4x4 and full lock were working fine. Now it won't go into 4x4 or lock. Took the servo motor off and it turns and operates just fine when I press the 4x4 button and lock button so I know its not that. Been doing some research and people seem to be saying that the slider (picture with red arrow pointing to it) should be all the way to the right for 2 wheel drive, middle for 4x4 and all the way left for locked. I tried pushing it to the left and it won't move any farther than what you can see in the picture. Seems like it's hitting something. It'll move all the way to the right, but I can only move it about 1/4" to the left (where it is in the pic now). Been trying to find an exploded view of the front diff with no luck. The Yamaha parts diagrams don't even show this slider as a part (diagram I have attached).
Couple of questions. Anyone have an exploded diagram of what the front diff parts should look like for a 2009 Rhino 700 FI
Special Edition? Some people say there should be a "fork" that the slider moves but I can't see that on the parts diagram either. Is my pic with the blue line pointing to the fork? Anyone with any ideas? Would like to get my 4x4 working again so I can do some snow wheeling soon.
Wiring harness is a mess has anyone ever tore it all out and only put in the basics. Power ,ignition ,starter, stator and regulatorBy Hisun .500
So my hisun 500 is tore up and all the wiring is wasted i was wondering can i pull out all the wiring and just put in the. Basics .please help
By wes treleaven
Hi all, New member and new joyner trooper owner here.
Just picked it up yesterday. I worked for it. -40C here in Winnipeg, Canada loading it into a trailer. Unit was too tall. Some ratchet straps, recopricating saw and a lot of F^#ks.
Anyway she came with a broken front driveshaft. One of the ears was cracked off. I have a replacement but i am unsure how the driveshaft comes off the transfer case.
Doesn't sem to pull off or have any way to remove it. Any suggestions??
2009 Hisun HS700 UTV ---- I thought the problem was electrical but I just found this in the oil filler tube.By Rick McGill
I thought the problem was electrical but I just found this in the oil filler tube. Does anyone recognize the part? I know I'll have to tear down the whole engine, and maybe I'll find the rest of it in there. Something beg enough to seize up the engine. That was the problem I was trying to diagnose.... 'Cause it's locked up.
Thanks in advance.
By James Leonard
Bought a 2006 rhino 450 this summer. Previous owner stated it overheated, he kept running it until it stopped, and then he couldn't start it again. When I drained the oil, it was bad, very milky, very thick. I poured diesel into the dipstick hole with the drain plug installed, let it sit overnight and then drained. It did this a couple of times.
I rebuilt the top end (new jug, piston, rings, all gaskets, valves, springs, etc) and the water pump. Of course I added new oil, filter, and new coolant. I did use the coolant bleeder screw to get it properly full.
Got it running and zipped around the yard a few times. Parked it and as I was listening to the motor, I hear "tap tap". Shut her off and checked the tappet clearance. As I was adjusting them a few thousandths, I notice the oil around them is milky. Checked the dipstick--milky! Aarrgg! I did notice that the coolant was an ounce or so low, but I thought that could be due to air in the system after drain and refill.
I second guessed myself and put on a new head gasket, rebuilt the water pump again, refilled everything. Got her started, zipped around the yard a few times. Parked, shut off, checked the dipstick. Milky again!
No smoke out the tailpipe. No sweet smell like coolant burning. No oil burning smells.
Did I overlook something in the rebuild? Where could the milky oil be coming from? Is it possible that this is residual from the previous owner's mess? Should I just assume it will take a couple of oil changes to get everything back to normal? I'm at my wits end.