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Old 02-23-2017, 02:34 PM
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Brain dead again.. thinking speedo.. Yes check Partzilla (I think 54 bucks) Cheap Cycle parts and Cycle Parts Warehouse also.Main thing is make sure you order the right color. That's the main difference on series numbers such as AA,AB,etc.
Heck - if somebody has an inexpensive one I'd just paint it. Right now the one that's on there is so busted up I just need a cover.
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Old 02-23-2017, 02:46 PM
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96 Sportsman 500 and up to the 2000 model Sportsman 335 used the same pod cover. You can post for one in parts wanted or keep a check on ebay.
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Year Product Model Assembly
2000 ATV SPORTSMAN 335 HANDLEBAR and HEADLIGHT POD - A00CH33AA (4957715771B013)
2000 ATV SPORTSMAN 335 HANDLEBAR and HEADLIGHT POD - A00CH33AA (4957715771B013)
1999 ATV SPORTSMAN 335 HANDLEBAR and HEADLIGHT POD - A99CH33CB (4945964596b013)
1999 ATV SPORTSMAN 335 HANDLEBAR and HEADLIGHT POD - A99CH33CB (4945964596b013)
1999 ATV SPORTSMAN 335 HANDLEBAR and HEADLIGHT POD - A99CH33IA (4949884988b013)
1999 ATV SPORTSMAN 335 HANDLEBAR and HEADLIGHT POD - A99CH33IA (4949884988b013)
1999 ATV WORKER 335 HANDLEBAR and HEADLIGHT POD - A99CH33IA (4949884988b013)
1998 ATV SPORTSMAN 500 HANDLEBAR and HEADLIGHT POD - S98CH50E(B) (4950135013b013)
1998 ATV SPORTSMAN 500 HANDLEBAR and HEADLIGHT POD - S98CH50E(B) (4950135013b013)
1998 ATV SPORTSMAN 500 HANDLEBAR and HEADLIGHT POD - S98CH50E(B) (4950135013b013)
1998 ATV SPORTSMAN 500 HANDLEBAR and HEADLIGHT POD - S98CH50E(B) (4950135013b013)
1998 ATV SWEDISH SPORTSMAN 500 HANDLEBAR and HEADLIGHT POD - S98CH50E(B) (4950135013b013)
1998 ATV SWEDISH SPORTSMAN 500 HANDLEBAR and HEADLIGHT POD - S98CH50E(B) (4950135013b013)
1998 ATV SPORTSMAN 500 HANDLEBAR and HEADLIGHT POD - W98CH50A (4945714571b013)
1998 ATV SPORTSMAN 500 HANDLEBAR and HEADLIGHT POD - W98CH50A (4945714571b013)
1997 ATV SPORTSMAN 500 HANDLEBAR and HEADLIGHT POD SPORTSMAN 500 W97CH50A (4939993999B011)
1997 ATV Swedish Sportsman 50 HANDLEBAR and HEADLIGHT POD SPORTSMAN 500 W97CH50A (4939993999B011)
1996 ATV SPORTSMAN 500 HANDLEBAR and HEADLIGHT POD SPORTSMAN 500 W969244 and SWEDISH SPORTSMAN 500 (4936093609B010)
1996 ATV SWEDISH SPORTSMAN 500 HANDLEBAR and HEADLIGHT POD SPORTSMAN 500 W969244 and SWEDISH SPORTSMAN 500 (4936093609B010)
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Phenomenal. Thank you!
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Ahhh.. I was looking at the AA model that had the mechanical speedo. Other 2000 model 335s had the newer electronic speedo. The older one you could find for about 150 bucks.Newer style is double that. As far as grounding the wires this was mainly to regain awd ground that went through the speedo. Jumping the brown/white to brown or to a good frame ground bypassed the speedo ground and sometimes helped restore awd also. Ground shouldn't have gone through it to begin with for the awd.The one you probably looked at was from the awd connector browns to a common ground. Long thin wires that could loose ground and this was a good fix. Hope you can get the speedo fixed and save some $$ also.
​​​​​​​I stuck a paper clip in the 6-prong speedometer harness in the brown and brown/white wire spots - and the AWD light did not come on. Should I just go ahead and try grounding the 4 wires under the hood shroud?
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Might as well do the main grounding from the two connectors down. Also double check that the speedo connector pins and wires are secure.You can unsnap it to check.
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Might as well do the main grounding from the two connectors down. Also double check that the speedo connector pins and wires are secure.You can unsnap it to check.
I'll sure do it. I'll try to get into it tomorrow night.

Found out the brake reservoir is cracked on the left handlebar, so I'll be ordering one of them. Might as well change out the pads all around at the same time. Is there a good video anywhere to show a good bleeding technique? I've read where it's probably not a one man job.

And I sure appreciate your quick answers for this rookie. It helps a LOT to have somebody like you walking me through this stuff.
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Several videos on brake bleeding. From manually to vacuum bleeding.
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Awesome as always - thanks so much!
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Several videos on brake bleeding. From manually to vacuum bleeding.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Gw8AcDUH3s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bt2DJ5NjHEA
Well, now of course the screws in the master cylinder lever look to be stripped... So I guess I better order a doggone master cylinder. Cheapest new one I see is $153 at Partzilla.

Is something like this worth wasting money on or is it junk?:

​​​​​​​http://www.ebay.com/itm/381685959029
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Old 02-28-2017, 07:15 AM
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A lot of Chinese made master cylinders on ebay that would work no matter what model they referenced as all had 3/4" bars. Wouldn't doubt that a lot of major brands are using Chinese master cylinders now anyway.Polaris master cylinder | eBay Or if it's just the reservoir that's bad you can buy the reservoir kit for 42 bucks.
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