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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-02-2019, 03:34 PM Thread Starter
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Stick killed my LTR450

Hello guys, first post here, only have ridden the ltr450 I just picked up twice now. Second ride was after just changing sprockets; I’m cruising through the woods and a big ass stick goes right up between the A arm, under the radiator, and right against the motor. It killed the quad when that happened, I get off to check it out and there was something unplugged and laying against the exhaust which did melt the wires. I tried to find where the plug came from, there’s no female ends for it. I separated the wires and taped them to see if it would do anything without it plugged in....and nothing. It doesn’t do a damn thing when you hit the start button. The wire with the plug isn’t long enough to reach much, I have looked all over for an open female end and can’t find anything. It’s the 2 pin plug that is in the push pin mount on the radiator. Just looking for some suggestions at what I should do, I’m at a loss! Any help is greatly appreciated
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Preety sure thats not needed.

(2) 2006 Ltr 450
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13.1 Wisco Piston
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IMS Tank/IMS Tank
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I was wondering if it was even plugged into anything to begin with. I don’t see anything else misplaced or out of order, what could cause it to just not do anything? The light comes on, there’s still power. At first I was thinking maybe the battery cable came loose or something, but that’s not it either
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Looks like the wires that go to the rear brake light switch above the brake pedal. Check fuses. One of the wires is a positive , it might have shorted to ground when it melted on the pipe
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