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Mine has happened 3 times and now I know what fixed it was the starter gear it is a one way bearing. I put a brand new case that they beefed up, a different starter with a different ratio and a new starter gear.How to Test a Stator Arctic Cat 650h1 DIY
You are lucky then. I have the same unit Km on it and clutch is gone Arctic Cat will not do a thing but charge arm and leg for the new kit out. This review is from a real person who provided valid contact information and hasn't been caught misusing, spamming or abusing our website.
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I have arctic cat alterra atv bought it new. Arctic Cat Reviews and Complaints. Discounts and Special Offers. Product or Service Quality. Value for money. Price Affordability. Cons: I feel they do not care about the consumer Service Customer service.
What is your customer experience with Arctic Cat? Submit review. Reviews 0. Show reviews that mention. Filter review. Most helpful review. Apr 21, David B. Rating Details Discounts and Special Offers. The Arctic Cat wildcat x engine is a very bad design, I found out the arctic cat changed the cams for that year, so when you try to start the engine it kicks back and destroys the starter gear shafts to the upper left sided case where it shears off the piece that Comment 0 0.
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View more comments. Location Las VegasNevada. Cons I feel they do not care about the consumer. Reason of review Bad quality. Preferred solution Full refund. Share Share Tweet.Im getting fed up with putting a stator in my race sled every couple days.
The last one lasted about 4 passes, it was a used stator but came off a running sled. Is this typical or could something else be causing these to go bad. Someone told me they need something to use some of the juice. We run our tach off a battery. Is that making it get to hot? I see a few racers with a small light? Does RM make a better one? Problem solved. God bless the second amendment and thank god for the fifth.
Not sure what year the ign is we had new, and used. We ran this motor for several years. First slrd was a ps in a 97 machz, now is in a machz lt, more problems replace the stator 3 times in the sled. I dont run a reg and power my tach with a battery and have never burner a stator out on my race sled What you are saying is how it is set up.
When it was in our we only had one bad stator. After we took it out to a price is when the trouble started. Had it set up the same in both sleds.
I am not saying this is the best way to wire it but we never had many problems with burning them out. Occasionally we would have one go bad but if you wire it this way and it goes out in a few runs there is definately somthing else wrong. This was with a 97 ignition.
I have a few 97 boxes still laying around if you need one give me a call. The ign side, never checked the lighting side. The sled would start loosing it coming off the line and start loosing it up stairs. It would get slower as time went on. We are running the marine omc coils. We have set up several drag sleds but never had this problem, This is the only Tripple we did. We had a 95 ignition that did the same thing.
We rewired a couple times with new regulators, installed hand warmers for extra load and on and on. Any trick we heard we tried. We had Stator changes down to a science. Never did get that one to stop eating the ignition side of the stator.
That whole ignition got retired. I think back and now wonder if it was something to do with the CDI box itself.
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You say you retired the whole ignition, are you running the same motor with a new ignition? As I think back this motor might be from a 95 machz. I rewind stators and most of the time the stator failure has to do with the stator itself although the jury is still out on some of the EFI models whether there have been instances where the ECU caused the stator failure or the stator may have caused an ECU failure.Registration is fast and you can even login with social network accounts to sync your profiles and content.
I just purchased a Artic cat 4x4 auto trans ,and first thing it had sat a while so I cleaned the tank and boiled the carb out put back together and got it cranked but it will not take but half throttle before it Boggsso I pulled the carb put inline filter and cleaned the carb again I boiled it overnight in carb cleaner in the gallon jug took out washed off and blew out ran small wire thru everything and put the jets back in and all back together,still Boggs at half throttle going down the road I know carbs is clean.
I have been a auto master tech for 22 years and worked on just about everything just seeing if anyone would have any clues on these dam Artic cats! Check under the plastics for areas where the wiring harness may be rubbing and shorting out. Very common where the harness goes from the fuse block around the frame in the rear of the quad.
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For that issue I would check the front harness where it crosses over the support. I had to do a major repair of 12 fried wires in that section and that was one of my issues is it would do nothing unless I had the key in headlight position. Thanks I got a chance the other day to look at it and that was one thing I did pulled some of the top covers off and I moved the wires around and I also put a new battery in the atv ,and it cranked and ran great down the road like it should.
Can believe they have this many wiring problems but after google them I found they have lots. I am still fooling with this dam arctic catit has drove me nuttz! I just had my stator rewound so I hope that is not the problem it has the right ohms. Hey I also pulled all the plastics off pulled the whole wiring harness apart and only found one little corrosion areas fixed it but still no spark. I put a used coil on it I got from eBay.
I wanted to get a responce here so you did not think I was ignoring you but this seems to be a complicated problem. I know on the H1s there was a problem with the magnetic pickups on the flywheel and the firing sequence would either be off or no existent. That is a big project to check that so I would start with some of the simple stuff first.
Try cleaning the ground wire from the engine. You can also bypass that ground with a pair of jumper cables to see if that helps. Sometimes a coroded or bad ground will keep it from starting. Everything checked good I have a manual nowonly thing is the coil peak voltage was suppose to be to volts and it only had 80 volts to the coil, so is that the stator doing that or is it the cdi now giving it enough volts because I read in manual that the cdi ampflys the voltage to the coil?
Because I have ohms right at the stator three black wires and the source the white and yellow wire have right ohms. Now I just rewound the stator and before I did it the spark plug would fire but it just had no power like the coil was breaking down but now since I have put stator back in and rewound it spark plug want fire.
I tell you what this will be the last arctic cat I buy and soon as it is fixed it will be sold! From all that I have read and came up with these are pieces of crap and you know what they say you can't fix crap! Hey I will take it off your hands no problem. I had kawasaki, can-am, and arctic cat and all had problems with them. I agree though and wiring is some of the most frustrating problems out there.
The voltage regulator and cdi are hard to check and easier to swap out. I don't have any friends who have the same machine to test parts and I don't like buying parts and it not being the problemI found the problem this morning it was the trigger I to it and the stator back out for the 4th time and tried heating the trigger with my heat gun and watched the ohms go up to then I out it back in the atv and it started having sparktried it a few times and then went in and ordered a new stator with the trigger because I couldn't find just the trigger anyway that is electrical parts for you because it tested good every time I tested it but after reading up on cdi ignition and all and I have seen that happen on cars before the crank sensor would work one minute then not the next.
Anyway I am still saling it once I have it all back together I just put a realtree camo kit on it and all. I am waiting for the new trigger to come in it is suppose to be here Friday so all I had checked is to see if it fired the spark plug.
But I would bet money if your stator ohms out good then it is goodone thing I seen was I could touch the trigger with something metal and have the ohm meter hooked up to it and every once and a while the ohms would good negative.
From the day it broke down I have been getting high voltage volts to the coil positive wire with just the key on and volts with the engine turning. With the key on, if I go to attach the positive wire to the coil, it makes one high voltage spark and in a second or two when you touch the wire to the coil again it will have that same spank again.
First check the orange and white wire at the cdi module with a volt meter does it have 12 volts that is with the key onalso try it with the key turned on all the way to the lights on position if it doesn't have 12 volts then let me know. Another thing to try is try to see if you have spark with using the pull rope to try and start it try in both key positions with lights on and offand make sure you have the plug grounded good against the head or something.This company is not yet accredited.
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Have had it 16 months, 2 months after purchase the crank seal went out and the belt went out. All this unit is used for is to drive the farm check fences and take out a couple square bales to my animals.
This unit has been a giant disappointment And now that this is the 3rd time it's broke I have to pay for yet another repair. I will not keep this unit. It is junk and the dealer offers no options for the continuous breakdowns. At KM the engine seized which was caused by a failed crankshaft bearing, I took it back to Rockland Wheels.
Rockland Wheels put a new engine and primary clutch in this machine on November 28th I was informed that the cause of failure was the wrong engine oil being used in the machine.
I find this very peculiar as I have the receipts for the oil change and it was done at an Arctic Cat Dealer. I find it difficult to conclude that wrong engine oil was the cause.
On December 29thI started the machine. Let it warm up and proceeded to take it for a ride. Approximately 1 KM from my house it developed a very prominent engine knock. I immediately took it home and shut it off. I took it to Barrie Powersports in Barrie, Ontario, Canada the first week of January, after not hearing anything for a month they called me and said they had found the problem and it was the primary clutch making the noise.
So I told them to go ahead and order another clutch for it. On February 12th they called me and said they had put the new clutch on it and the knocking sound was still there.
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Either defective part in original or redesigned after problems. Called corporate Arctic Cat, would not assist. Said must go through dealer. Provided pictures to dealer and they tried.This company is not yet accredited. See reviews below to learn more or submit your own review. Thank you, you have successfully subscribed to our newsletter! Enjoy reading our tips and recommendations. A link has directed you to this review. Its location on this page may change next time you visit.
Have had it 16 months, 2 months after purchase the crank seal went out and the belt went out. All this unit is used for is to drive the farm check fences and take out a couple square bales to my animals. This unit has been a giant disappointment And now that this is the 3rd time it's broke I have to pay for yet another repair. I will not keep this unit. It is junk and the dealer offers no options for the continuous breakdowns.
At KM the engine seized which was caused by a failed crankshaft bearing, I took it back to Rockland Wheels. Rockland Wheels put a new engine and primary clutch in this machine on November 28th I was informed that the cause of failure was the wrong engine oil being used in the machine. I find this very peculiar as I have the receipts for the oil change and it was done at an Arctic Cat Dealer.
I find it difficult to conclude that wrong engine oil was the cause. On December 29thI started the machine. Let it warm up and proceeded to take it for a ride. Approximately 1 KM from my house it developed a very prominent engine knock. I immediately took it home and shut it off. I took it to Barrie Powersports in Barrie, Ontario, Canada the first week of January, after not hearing anything for a month they called me and said they had found the problem and it was the primary clutch making the noise.
So I told them to go ahead and order another clutch for it.
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On February 12th they called me and said they had put the new clutch on it and the knocking sound was still there. Have Prowler HDX with only miles. Wet clutch failed by coming apart. New part has a weld at the weak point. Either defective part in original or redesigned after problems. Called corporate Arctic Cat, would not assist. Said must go through dealer. Provided pictures to dealer and they tried.
Denied because not in warranty. Only asked for part to be covered. Very poor customer response. I will not buy another Arctic Cat. I put a little over hard kilometres on it. Towed with it as well approx lbs. Keeping in mind it is a cc Engine made by a very reputable company named junco, this little guy is a beast.Forums New posts Search forums.
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I'm buying this sled for my 13 year old to ride. Thanks for the help, Kelly. Nov 30, 13 18 Bismarck, North Dakota. Yes, 98' are well known for stator failures but not only because of manufacturing flaws.
Majority of failures lay blame on clutching as I was told because engines were overreving over rpm. The culprit was 49 degrees secondary helix, they changed the helix degree to 51 to bring engine rpm down under which seems to remedy most of stator issues. I have not experienced a stator failure on my 98' ZR with miles on because I had reclutched with different helix to keep the rpm to minimum not long after I bought the sled with 22 miles on.
When I lost a piston and tore engine down, had stator replaced as preventative maintenance as motor was all apart so why not? Jul 11, 37 28 48 Waconia, MN. The number one reason the stators fail is due to heat. The best way to solve the problem is pull off the housing and port it so it can breath a little. The other option you can perform is to add some washers under the starter cup for spacers and the same number of washers for spacers on the recoil housing. This will add enough ventilation to help keep the stator cool.
Nov 20, 14 3 3 MN. I have a zr starts wright up cold and runs when it heats up it starts to back fire wants to die just like it fowels a plug. Feb 22, 2, 27 Aberdeen, SD.A stator has 2 purposes: charge the battery and charge a source coil mounted on the generator stator to feed the CDI Box. A generator stator is not required for the vehicle to run. If you have a burned generator stator, your ride will continue to run until the battery is drained.
These generator stators are solely used to charge the battery, which in turn powers the entire electrical system, including the ignition system. New vehicles are all equipped with generator stators, because they are more efficient and have a simpler design than the other stator type.
This simpler design means that these generator stators break less and when they do, they are easier to diagnose since they have less components. If your powersport vehicle is equipped with a stator, then it becomes a mandatory component.
Like the generator stator, it is used to charge the battery, but the stator also has a source coil mounted on it that provides the needed current to feed the CDI box.
The source coil on the stator will send electricity to the CDI box to charge it. That electricity is then delivered to the spark plugs when the pick-up coil gives the signal. Experts in Stators. Different Kinds of Stators A stator has 2 purposes: charge the battery and charge a source coil mounted on the generator stator to feed the CDI Box.
Stator If your powersport vehicle is equipped with a stator, then it becomes a mandatory component.