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oldslowguy
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Registration date : 2009-08-17
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Location : Kennesaw, Georgia

PostSubject: Yama Rhino   Fri Jul 12, 2013 10:28 pm

I have a 700 fuel injection Rhino.  I am having fuel issues and I have a clicking noise on the left side of the motor.  Does anyone have an idea of what is causing these issues?  Also, does anyone have a service manual for a Rhino?  Please call me at 678-524-3529.  If you email me, my wife will have to relay the message to me. Thanks.  Rich
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Location : Clemson, SC

PostSubject: Re: Yama Rhino   Mon Jul 15, 2013 10:18 am

Hey guys, Rich is an old buddy of mine from back in the days when we used to four-wheel the Scouts. Some of y'all may remember him riding with me a few months ago on a ride at TWRA. His Rhino has sat for quite some time, prior to parking it the Rhino ran fine, but had a loud clicking noise when moving and you let off the gas. My thoughts were that it was the one-way bearing going bad or something along those lines. The other issue arose after sitting for a while. He replaced the battery and put fresh fuel in it, but it won't fire. Can the CPMs go bad just from sitting? One thing he didn't mention was that some critter had chewed some wires in the harness, but he's fixed all of those as far as he can tell. I appreciate it if you have some insight you can give him as I'm about three hours away and can't look at it myself. Is there anything we are overlooking? Or should he just bite the bullet and take it in to be looked at? Was it Richies outside of Knoxville that was one of the better shops around? By the way, he's old school and computer illiterate so whatever you can come up I may have to relay to him. Thanks, Nathan

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PostSubject: Re: Yama Rhino   Mon Jul 15, 2013 10:21 am

I see that he hasn't updated his profile either, like I said, he's not a computer guy. He actually lives in TN about halfway between Chattanooga and Knoxville off of I-75. So shops you would recommend in TN would be appreciated.

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