Question about Polaris ATV
Lights all burned out fan wouldn't run and won't rev up
Without a battery you are putting too much load on the electrical system. The lights are made to run on a 12 Volt system, without the battery you are getting probably 16 or more volts which burnt out the bulbs. The fan also requires 12 volts to run, which it gets from the battery. And finally it won't rev up because of too high voltage. Install a new charged battery and your problems should correct themselves if they haven't been badly damaged already. Then new bulbs can also be installed. Good luck, Daniel.
Posted on Nov 13, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
when i bought my polaris, i asked where the fuses were at and he told me that there are not any fuses. He did say that there are some fuseable links somewhere.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
NOT SURE IF THIS WILL HELP BUT I HAVE A 2004 POLARIS PREDATOR 500 AND IT HAD THE SAME PROBLEM! IT TURNS OUT THAT IT WAS A RELAY BOX LOCATED ON THE BATTERY TRAY.
Posted on May 18, 2009
SOURCE: service manual atv
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Posted on Jun 29, 2009
make sure that your battery terminals are clean and are making good connection, sometimes when alot of mud builds up on my bikes battery it wont start also try to start it by the recoil is it has one or the kick start cuz when the battery is dead and you stuck in the trails you can start it by this and it should start
if this doesnt work let me no
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
SOURCE: battery icon flashing
Your Stator shorted out and is charging to hi, 17-18 volts. Turn your key off, put your brake on (on the left handle bar) lock in place. Push your override (yellow button on left handle bar) wait about 5-10 seconds, now turn on your key and start the bike. Keep pushing the overide button once v2.1 goes away and you'll get into the voltage of the bike. rev it up to 4 or 5000 rpm, what is the charge, my guess it is around 17 or 18 volts. rebuild your stator
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
Testimonial: "The volts were at 17.5 to 18.Thanks for your help,I'll be getting it fixed asap."
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