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Old 06-18-2011, 08:31 AM
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Default fushin manual for 110 cc four wheeler

Hello i can't seem to find an info on this brand other than a recall on the 90 cc 's I WOULD LIKE TO GET SOME KIND OF MANUAL FOR IT IF POSIBLE AND MAYBE AN EMAIL ADDRESS.
ALSO HAVE QUESTION ABOUT THE TAIL LIGHT ON THIS BIKE.iT STAYS ON EVEN WITH THE KEY TURNED OFF AND THE SWITCH TURNED OFF.BUT GOES OUT WITHT HE BRAKE IS NOT APPLIED. IS THIS NORMAL OR NOT. i DON"T WANT TO RUN THE BATTERY DOWN WITH THE BRAKE LIGHT BEING ON .
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Old 06-19-2011, 09:52 PM
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The brake light staying on is not normal. I would suspect the ignition switch. Follow the wires from the ignition switch till you get to a connector (you might need to remove some plastic bits to gain access). Unplug the switch. If the brake light goes off then your ignition switch is bad.

I have a couple of generic 110cc quad manuals. They aren't for your specific quad but 110cc chinese quads are oftern so similar the manuals are interchangable. These aren't full blown engine service manuals, but they cover routine maintenance items such as valve adjustment, clutch adjustment, etc. Send me your email address by private message if you want them. You'll need to be able to receive about 5 megabytes of attachments total.
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