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The following models are included in this manual: Warrior 350 / Yamaha Motor Corp., Ltd
1991 Yamaha Warrior 350
1992 Yamaha Warrior 350
1993 Yamaha Warrior 350
1994 Yamaha Warrior 350
1995 Yamaha Warrior 350
1996 Yamaha Warrior 350
1997 Yamaha Warrior 350
1998 Yamaha Warrior 350
1999 Yamaha Warrior 350
2000 Yamaha Warrior 350
2001 Yamaha Warrior 350
2002 Yamaha Warrior 350
2003 Yamaha Warrior 350
2004 Yamaha Warrior 350
Engine: 348cc, 4-Stroke, 1 cylinder, SOHC, 19HP, 2—4 two-wheel drive(rear), Carburetor, 6-speed (manual), -cycle 10w30 to 20w50 oil,
Production year(s): 1991, 1992, 1993 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004
Number of pages: 399
Manual Language: English
"ATV Troubleshooting: Resolving Issues with the 1991-2004 Yamaha Warrior 350 - Download the PDF Manual Now!"
Are you experiencing troubleshooting issues with your 1991-2004 Yamaha Warrior 350 ATV? Look no further! This comprehensive guide provides you with engine specifications, maintenance tips, common issues, tuning suggestions, available accessories, owner reviews, and more. Whether you need technical data, troubleshooting assistance, or want to explore modifications, this article is your ultimate resource. Get ready to enhance your ATV's performance and keep your Yamaha Warrior 350 running smoothly!
Engine Specifications/Technical Data:
• The Yamaha Warrior 350 is powered by an air-cooled, four-stroke engine with a displacement of 348cc.
• The engine features a single overhead camshaft (SOHC) configuration for efficient valve operation.
• It has a bore and stroke measurement of approximately 83mm x 64.5mm, contributing to its power output.
• The Warrior 350 utilizes a Mikuni BST34 carburetor for precise fuel delivery and optimal performance.
• It has a compression ratio of around 8.7:1, providing a balance of power and reliability.
• The ATV features a CDI ignition system for reliable starting and smooth operation.
• The Warrior 350 has a dry weight of approximately 410 lbs (186 kg), making it relatively lightweight and agile.
• It comes with a five-speed manual transmission, allowing for precise gear selection and control.
• The ATV has front and rear suspension systems with independent double wishbones for a comfortable ride.
• It features hydraulic disc brakes on the front and mechanical drum brakes on the rear for reliable stopping power.
• The Yamaha Warrior 350 has a fuel tank capacity of approximately 2.4 gallons (9 liters), providing extended riding range.
• It comes with dual-range selectable 4x4 capabilities for enhanced traction and off-road performance.
• The ATV features a wheelbase of around 48.4 inches (123 cm) and a ground clearance of approximately 6.3 inches (16 cm).
Facts and Details:
- The Yamaha Warrior 350 is known for its durability, versatility, and excellent off-road capabilities.
- This model offers a great balance of power and handling, making it suitable for various terrains and riding styles.
- Owners appreciate the reliability and ease of maintenance of the Warrior 350.
- The ATV's lightweight design allows for nimble handling and maneuverability.
- The Warrior 350 is commonly praised for its comfortable ride, thanks to its suspension system.
- It provides ample power for recreational riding and light work tasks.
- The Yamaha Warrior 350 features a user-friendly design, making it accessible to riders of different skill levels.
- The ATV's compact size allows for easy storage and transportation.
Maintenance Intervals and Tips:
► Follow the manufacturer's recommended maintenance schedule for regular service intervals.
► Change the engine oil and filter at specified intervals to ensure proper lubrication.
► Clean and oil the air filter regularly to maintain optimal engine performance.
► Check and adjust the chain tension periodically to ensure smooth operation.
► Inspect the brake system and replace brake pads if worn.
► Monitor tire pressure and tread wear, maintaining proper inflation and replacing tires when necessary.
Common Issues and Solutions:
* Starting issues: Check the battery connections and ensure they are clean and secure. Charge or replace the battery if needed. Verify proper fuel flow and check the spark plug for fouling or wear.
* Carburetor problems: Clean or rebuild the carburetor if the ATV experiences poor idling, erratic throttle response, or difficulty starting.
* Electrical issues: Check all electrical connections for corrosion or loose connections. Inspect fuses and replace if necessary. Troubleshoot any faulty switches or sensors.
Tuning Tips and Modifications:
■ Upgrade the exhaust system for improved sound and increased horsepower.
■ Install a high-flow air filter or air intake kit to enhance airflow and engine performance.
■ Consider rejetting the carburetor for optimal fuel-air mixture in conjunction with other modifications.
Available Accessories, Attachments, and Aftermarket Options:
+ Skid plates for added protection to the ATV's undercarriage.
+ Winches for off-road recovery or towing capabilities.
+ Front and rear cargo racks for additional carrying capacity.
+ LED light bars or auxiliary lights for improved visibility.
+ Upgraded suspension components for enhanced ride quality.
Repairs frequently needed:
→ Carburetor cleaning and adjustments.
→ Chain replacement or adjustment.
→ Brake pad replacement.
→ Spark plug replacement.
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