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Ski-Doo: S-2000 and older 1998 and older, all models in the S-2000 chassis and older chassis models
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Old 12-06-2012, 12:32 AM
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Default 1977 TNT, No Lights

1977 TNT 340 F/A. I've got a brake light that goes on and off with the brake lever but no headlight, taillight or gauge lights. Handwarmers work and she runs great.

The taillight filament was broken but new bulb doesn't help. Headlight looks good but didn't have a new one to try. I just found a new track for $225.00 but don't want to spend that money if the light issue is a potentially big problem. If its just a matter of connections or worn wire no problem. I'm wondering if it could be something in the flywheel area where it gets its power. How does this thing make electrical power?
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