2007 Arctic Cat ATVs 400/500/650/700 Service Manual, Page 395Get this manual

2007 Arctic Cat ATVs 400/500/650/700 Service Manual, Page 395

SPECIAL TOOLS Drive System NOTE: Some photographs and illustrations used in this section are used for clarity purposes only
screws carefully into the housing; then use the following torque valuesSize M6 (Torx T-30 Recess) M8 (Torx T-40 Recess) M10
(Torx T-50 Recess) NOTE: Special tools are available from the Arctic Cat Service Parts Department TROUBLESHOOTING If noise
is heard from the gear case area, it can be difficult to locate andor diagnoseIf the noise is related to wheel speed, but
not to engine RPM, the problem is probably in the final drive or enginetransmission bevel gear setWhen problem is localized,
number of inspections must be made to pinpoint that problemThe most obvious of the inspections include CV boots, wheel and
hub nut tightness, wheel bearing damage, gear case lubricant contamination, low lubricant level, seal leakage, CV joints,
or selector armNOTE: Small metallic particles will collect on the magnetic drain plug as normal part of break-in and will
also give metallic cast to drained lubricantContamination would include large particles or water which gives "milky" look