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05-20-2010, 06:13 PM
Angry 04 660 electrical problems

this is driving my nuts now my display will work some times (after fully charging the battery), i can start it using the electric start but usally as soon as i hit the button to start it the display will got out, i cant even use my breaks as soon as i hit the foot break the bike will die out then i have to turn the key off and on again display will come on i can then pull it over and drive for a few hours then i lose my display and all power if that happens all i can do is about 10-15mph if i go over it will stall out then it wont start by pulling can any one help!!!!
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sounds like you have a couple of problems. 1 bad connection and 2 a charging system problem. you need to get a manual and start pin point testing. start off by charging your battery. start it up hook up a multimeter rev it a little (hold it around 2-3,000rpm) and see what kind of voltage you have. it should be around 14 volts with everything turned off except the motor. if not that`s were the manual will come in handy.
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Check/clean your fuse connections under the seat. I cant remember exactly which fuse it is, but one of them supply the power to your display. I had the same problem, and cleaned the fuses and their connections and problem solved. Also put some dielectric grease on them after you clean them up, I havent had that problem since. Good luck...
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I would suggest dielectric grease on all connections...just cuts down on future failures.
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OK I got a question, I have a 05 grizzly 660, it climbs n runs amazing, soon as the front end goes in any water it dies, if the rear is the only thing that hits water its fine, once it dries iI can start it up, until it gets wet, I try 2 find the problem but whenI stock my hands near the lights n beyondI get shocked....I need this fixed or I'll NVR be able. Go thru mud please help
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How is the dielectric grease packed as pray can or like a tub of it I looked at the auto parts store and they didn't have it. Or the guy was just an idiot? 😜Possible


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Usually in a tube like tooth paste. How ever 3m makes a nice plastic can with a brush in cap. That would last u a lifetime. Look at 3m car care products dielectric or silicon paste.
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OK I got a question, I have a 05 grizzly 660, it climbs n runs amazing, soon as the front end goes in any water it dies, if the rear is the only thing that hits water its fine, once it dries iI can start it up, until it gets wet, I try 2 find the problem but whenI stock my hands near the lights n beyondI get shocked....I need this fixed or I'll NVR be able. Go thru mud please help
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