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Old June 6th, 2009, 02:33 AM   #1
 
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how do you change {get to} back plug on a brute force
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (atvnut @ Jun 6 2009, 05:33 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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how do you change {get to} back plug on a brute force[/b]
Yea they don't make it easy. You have to remove the right side plastic and the short piece of cowling on top of the CVT cover,

I use a universal wratchet joint in order to reach the plug.

Don't drop the plug into the CVT!!
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I pull the battery and box and go that way. Less bolts and screws. Still a bi*ch though.
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I pull the battery and box and go that way. Less bolts and screws. Still a bi*ch though.[/b]
That would be my suggestion exactly...Choose a wrench that will make your life easier...
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If your snorkled you can get to it with out pulling off all that other crap. All I need is a 5/8 spark plug socket and a 6 inch 3/8 drive extension.
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thanks guys. at least now i know where to start
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its only 4 screws to take the battery box off. I just pulled mine off this morning to change plugs and it took a half hour start to finish.
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its only 4 screws to take the battery box off. I just pulled mine off this morning to change plugs and it took a half hour start to finish.[/b]
That's what I do, and I just flop the battery over and not even take it out. The box is just 2 more bolts.
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Its a good time to check your valves on the rear cylinder while you have the battery box out of there aswell.
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Its a good time to check your valves on the rear cylinder while you have the battery box out of there aswell.[/b]
Yep. Might as well. Only takes a minute.
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