How to service a 4wheeler after it been sitting for 4years

im currently fixing on a suzuki 4wheeler 1988 I have two of them and I need to know how to repair them so my kids can have something to play with after school
Asked Feb 24, 2010
Edited Feb 24, 2010
Well here's a short list of some of the things you'll have to do in no specific order. Keep in mind, this isn't a complete list.

Make sure the tires are filled and aren't leaking.
Grease the mechanical parts.
Check all the wiring, replace any old wires.
Check and clean the filters.
Check the suspension, make sure it'll hold up.
Check the lines (like the fuel lines) replace any old lines so you don't have any leaks.
Pull the spark plugs out and clean the terminals with some sand paper, maybe take them to an autoshop to have them sandblasted.

Once you think it's ready to go, put a very small amount of fuel in it and just see if it starts up. If it does, then you're good to go.
Answered Feb 24, 2010

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