Railroad tracks and railroad rights-of-way are private property. Respect and observance will re- sult in safer snowmobiling for all. Have the snowmobile repaired as soon as possible. If not don't worry, follow the simple step by step instructions below and you should be fine. Moreover, this warranty coverage is only available if the Ski-Doo snowmobile is purchased in the country or union of coun- tries in which the purchaser resides. The download link will be in your inbox immediately after you send the payment.
It is included in the predelivery kit. Do not use too much throttle during warm-up or when track is free-hanging. Do not mix synthetic oil with other types of oil. Heating throttle lever switch 3. Realize you don't have the rights parts or knowledge to fix it.
Engine stops automatically after four minutes of idling with- out depressing the throttle handle and engine temperature higher than 85°C 185°F. If charging system or starter does not operate, check fuse condition and replace it if nec- essary. Remember, your snowmobile is capable of traveling further in half an hour than you may be able to walk in a day. Select the desired position to keep rear pas- senger's hands at a comfortable temperature. Knees should be flexed to absorb the shock from surface bumps. Night Rides The amount of natural and artificial light at a given time can effect your ability to see or to be seen. Loosen lock nut on so equipped models 3.
Extensive riding on ice or sanded snow, will cre- ate excessive heat build-up and cause premature slider shoe wear. Increase or decrease strap length by bolting to a different hole Summit Models 1. Locking ring Taillight If taillight bulb is burnt, expose the bulb by removing the red plastic lens. Obtain maps, regulations and other information from the Forest Service or from other public land agencies. Do not smoke or allow open flames or sparks in the vicinity. Electric current is supplied whenever engine is running. Rick This is a great idea that should be Stickied in the Tech forum.
Start engine as per usual manual starting. When crossing a railroad track, stop, look and listen. Since I'm back on my feet, I haven't really had any time to collect more. Vehicle must be parked in a safe place, away from the trail. Then they should come up as link's.
See following illustration for fuse holder location. Low battery voltage pilot lamp 7. Let track rotate at low speed for several turns. Under all riding conditions, the needle should stay within this range. The gasoline used must have the following recommended minimum octane number. Clip Pull the rope using a sharp, crisp pull so the rope comes free of the drive pulley. In an emergency situation only, if a rigid towbar is not available, a rope can be used provided you proceed with extra caution.
You should never attempt any such risky maneuvers if they are beyond your level of riding ability. A rest period should be observed between the cranking cycles to let electric starter cool down. Obtain basic instructions from your snowmobile dealer, friend, fel- low club member or enroll in your state or provincial safety training program. Please read the following instructions carefully before operating this snowmobile. . ® Registered trademark of Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. Use of the product for racing or any other competitive activity, at any point, even by a previous owner, will render this warranty null and void.
This is an effective position to see better and to shift weight as conditions dictate. So I just grabbed what I had, cleaned and repackaged as I had time, then posted and made a list. Loosen screw — Retighten retaining screws and lock nuts on so equipped mod- els. Should you prefer not to receive information on our products, services and offers, please let us know by writing to the address below. Running those tracks on hard packed surfaces put more stress on the lugs, which tend to heat up as a result. A failure of the fuel pump or carburetor has occurred.