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I was plowing snow using my winch to lift & lower my plow, for about an hour I was moving snow then out of nowhere my Grizz just flamed out, no power to the instrument cluster, nothing. Used a test light on battery & no power at the battery, let it sit for a day then put a battery charger on it in Start mode, turned on the key, I had power to the gauges, hit the starter button fired up. I took off the charger and tried it again & again and everytime it worked fine, and still works. The stator is new less than a year old, its a OEM stator. Battery is three yrs old & has never given me an indication that it is weak. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

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I was plowing snow using my winch to lift & lower my plow, for about an hour I was moving snow then out of nowhere my Grizz just flamed out, no power to the instrument cluster, nothing. Used a test light on battery & no power at the battery, let it sit for a day then put a battery charger on it in Start mode, turned on the key, I had power to the gauges, hit the starter button fired up. I took off the charger and tried it again & again and everytime it worked fine, and still works. The stator is new less than a year old, its a OEM stator. Battery is three yrs old & has never given me an indication that it is weak. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
On what kind of ATV?
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Did you check the battery terminals for tightness and security? Are they clean with good contact?
Check battery negative cable for good connection on frame.
Check the fuses for clean and good connections.
 

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It is a 2007 and they are prone to burn up stators unless the upgrade was done, just keep that in mind and run the oil level just a whisker above the full mark. Welcome 2 GC.
 

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X2 dezz post..classic symptoms of bad starter/battery connections.
 
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