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while im riding randomly the red reverse light goes on and the engine begins to bog down. I have no idea what is going on! could it be electrical, terminals to batteries, carbs? PLEASE HELP!!!

02 raptor 660
 

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my whole parking brake assembly is off the quad, when i bought the quad it didnt have one the assembly and cables were removed.. so i dont have a parking break.. when i ride its usually works great in the begining. Into the ride it will randomly bogg and red light comes on. unexpectedly.
 

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just ground your reverse switch that will fix the problem man
 

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i belive it is the blue white wire that is coming up from by your shifter on the engine there is a plug just take taht wire and ground it
 

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well they are all the same its the stripped one lol
 

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I wen back to look at it and try to fix it, i looked next to the shifter below the nuetral light wire, i found where the wires for the reserse are supposed to go but i didnt find any wires connected. I looked under where the reverse knob, ( switch/lever) and there is a lot of electrical wire wrapped around where the wire come out. looks like the previous owner played around with the wires
 

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try and trace it up and fine were it plugs into the glolor of plugs by your left knee there a more plages up there to ground to back track a litle then ground the sucker lol rember its the stripped one nnot sure what the other is
 

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The reverse wiring doesn't go to the switch/lever, only to the post comming out of the trans case and back to the cdi. Green wire with a white tracer/stripe.

The head lights work, first thing that comes to mind in the reverse lever area.
 
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