This is a discussion on 2002 kodiak losing power?!?!!? please help! within the Kodiak/Big Bear/Bruin/Wolverine Discussion forums, part of the Other Yamaha Forums category; so I just bought a 2002 kodiak 400 automatic and rode it for a whole day and it was fine. I cleaned the carb and ...
so I just bought a 2002 kodiak 400 automatic and rode it for a whole day and it was fine. I cleaned the carb and changed all the fluids and I took it out riding again. After a few hours it began to lose power and now i cant even get it over a small hill with out gunning it. Does the cvt need to drained? I read that water in your cvt can cause this, if it is the cvt how do I drain it? is the belt burnt up or something? I rode it through alot of thick tight trails and deep muddy water. Any info on how I can fix this would be greatly appreciated.
I have a 2002 kodiak and there is a drain bolt underneath it.Iv drained mine a couple times. Swamped it in water and would not even move and I took that out and it pissed water for 5 minutes. It was fine after that.
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