How to Hotwire a Four Wheeler?

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To hot wire a four wheeler, start by cutting the wires that are connected to the ignition switch. You will then need to find the key hot wire which is most often coloured red, and the wire that connects to the coil. Place a three-way pull-apart butt connector on the wire ends and then touch the ignition wire to the three way connection.
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Hotwiring any piece of equipment that is not yours is illegal, and could result in an arrest if you take it. However, if the reason you need to hotwire is because you cannot find
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1. Scout out your local mud hole during a dry spell to get familiar with the terrain. Look for dips, sudden rises or protruding tree stumps that might be covered during a muddy day.
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1. Make sure that the chain is off and it is not running because the gas ran out. Ad. 2. Get a rag that you really don't care if it gets dirty. 3. Put your four wheeler in neutral
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