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Hi Folks... Heres my question. I have a 2005 Polaris 250 trail blazer. It seems as though when I push down on the auxiliary brake lever located on the inside of the right floor board, it doesn't stop the quad . It goes all the way down with no problem. Im sure there should be some resistance associated with the lever. Could the cylinder that connected to the lever need replaced? I did bleed the system at the rear caliper and got some fluid out. I also checked the fluid level in the rear reservoir and it was ok. What is the next step folks?

also , where is the started motor located onn this quad???
 

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I bled the system, replaed a clamp that connect on to the master cylinder... now I have brakes
 
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