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looking for a diagram for a 2006 arctic cat 500, my new quad had an incident and a bunch of wires melted together now trying to sort them out would love some help
 

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www.mymowerparts.com it has a full service/repair manual including wiring schematics and the best part is , it is free!!!
 

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You didn't specify if it is an auto or manual so here is both.

Best bet is to print these out so you have it handy while working. I suggest going to this site ....

posteriza.com - Home

download posteriza (its free) what it will do is take a large JPG like these schematics and print them on multiple pages. Then do an old fashioned cut & tape and you will have a nice large printout.

Mike
 

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The website that has the schematics located here. Here is a way to extract and print them out on multiple sheets (I use 4) First go here to get the schematics. (4th file down)

"K&T Parts House Lawn Mower Parts and Chain Saw & Trimmer Parts"

The file is large and includes a whole slew of schematics, the question is how to extract out the one you need and print it? The diagrams don't print well on a regular sheet of paper due to their size so here is a procedure to get the diagram you need and make a nice print. This will be with utilities you can get for free (the best kind :)

After downloading the large PDF of the schematics, go to this website here...

Tracker Software Products :: PDF-XChange Viewer, Free PDF Reader

Download pdf-xchange (its free)

Open the pdf file with this program. by clicking on the selections you can get to the exact schematic you need. Once its displayed do this:

File -> Export -> Export to Image

Select "Current page" , Image type "JPEG", choose your folder to drop the image, give it a name like "2006 400 auto" set page zoom to 100% and resolution to 300 or 400 dpi Then click export. You will now have a JPG of the page.

Next step is to go to this website...

posteriza.com - Home

Download the program (free) What this will do is allow you to take this large JPG and break it up onto several pages. I use 4 for the schematics. Its pretty easy to follow and I print them without a border. Print them out and use an old fashioned "cut & tape" and you will now have a nice large printout of your schematic.

Mike
 
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