Teresa Whaley: how do u disconnect the throttle cable and reconnect it? please and thanks
Gnome2112: Thanks for this video. It helped give me the confidence to do this myself. I had one issue after the install that really confused me for a while. After putting everything back together the motor ran for only a few seconds before quitting. I thought the idle was set incorrectly, but when I pulled the spark plug I realized that it wasn’t getting any spark. So that led me to the 10 amp ignition fuse that had blown. I looked for nicks on the wires that might cause a short, but couldn’t find any. I replaced the fuse and then I disconnected the carburetor heater plug and it started right up. So I replaced the carb heater from on the new Chinese carb with the carb heater from the old carb and now it works great.
Sub servience: my trx 350 has a tought time starting in warm weather (it shakes and quits) do you know why this is happening. BTW it does run very good when warm
chlmarti: I love these tutorial repair/restoration ATV videos! It's a shame we ever sell any of our rides and can't hoard them all in our garage. :(
cubbeezx: I would try running some carb cleaner through it first. Maybe your fuel screw adjustment needs some tweeking?
cubbeezx: Great purchase, smart fellow Canuck!
jeb721 .: Awesome! On it.
I forgot to mention I did just buy a battery tender for it. thanks for the quick reply!
cubbeezx: Thanks! Should be fine covered up. You might need to take out the battery though or keep a battery "tender/charger" on it. They can freeze. We've always kept ours outside with a cover on and they've been fine. We have a whole playlist of our Honda TRX 350's, might find a few "test" rides in there! Thanks for watching and commenting.
jeb721 .: Dude wheres the test ride!?
Love your vids, been watching for awhile! Just a quick question. I live in Yellowknife,, I have a 2007 420 Rancher (FI), and it gets down to -50 here some times, do you think she will be fine out side under a cover all winter? I don't have a garage and I don't think it will hurt anything as I wont run it from dec-mar as its just to effin cold. It looks like you store yours out side so I just wanted to ask ya if ya had any problems maybe, restarting it in the spring.
cubbeezx: Not too sure, maybe a broken motor mount or cracked frame? I really don't know.
Jacob Booth: I have a 2011 honda rubicon 500 it was wrecked and needs a new front bumper and top rack, the frame is not bent, but when it idles, the entire fourwheeler shakes pretty bad, why is this happening?
cubbeezx: You know, I can't really remember and we sold the Honda about a year ago. The breather lines on our old 86 Honda join together and end up behind the handlebar mounted headlight. Not sure exactly where the ones on this model go. If you google a service manual for it, I know there are some out there that should help. Good luck.
Anthony V: I have a similar question as @Adam123341, I have practically the SAME model 4 wheeler you have; Recently i've replaced the Carb and I was unsure where the end hose of the "Breather" hose goes - could you please shed some light on my question? In your video, I see it is routed to the right side of the 4 wheeler going up towards where the clutch and throttle cables are being ran.
cubbeezx: It just hangs down. It is the drain for the carb float bowl. The valve is to prevent water from going up in there I would guess.
adam123341: what is that hose that comes off the bottom of the float bowl? it has a one way valve in it...where does the other end go?
cubbeezx: If you do a search, there was a Honda forum that had some manuals, can't remember the name of it. Google is your friend! lol
alan barnette: thanks very much for your time.The owners manual was lost long ago.any ideas where I should check on the net? Or make a video for us .
alan barnette: where should I set the idle and fuel mix screws at on A 2007 TRX250 Honda 4Wheeler 4 stroke
cubbeezx: Yes, the drain should be tight. The idle, just turn it until it's idling at a nice speed. The fuel one, you would be best to check for your model in your owner's manual or try a search on line. They probably aren't all the same I would imagine. Good luck.