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No panel lights when ignition switch is turned on. Battery o.k. Wiring or fuse?? Merv.

One day power to cluster lights the next no lights

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Check fuses... see if the bulbs are bad,,, silver-black looking means over-voltage... sometimes a hard ride will cause them to "just break"

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My 2010 Polaris Ranger 400 has no power.


My Polaris 500 started quitting on me. It turned out to be corrosion on the left handle bar kill switch wiring. After repairing, I pulled apart many wiring connectors and filled them with dielectric (does not conduct electricity) grease to make them resistant to water and corrosion.

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After replacing battery,extra installed lights come on,but turn of ignition switch ,nothing.


You may have blown the main fuse for the starter relay. Easy to do. If you follow the red positive battery cable to the starter relay (most models) you'll find the starter relay at the other end. There should be a fuse in the relay or in a panel on the atv. Same type square standard sized boxed fuses car use. Best place to start. If you comment or answer with your year, make, model and engine size I can provide a better answer.

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**FYI - that's a pretty standard starter relay. That's for a Yamaha Bear Tracker - two fuses - one is the main and the other is a spare that you can pull out and use. When the fuse blows no power. - With your lights - they will still work if attached directly to battery. Relay won't if fuse is blown.

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29, 30 & 31 are the starter relay for the model this diagram goes to. Usually the relay is going to be close to the battery, by the way.

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First check fuses and switchs. You can get a wiring diagram at Ronnie's.com

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How do I fix my front wheel drive system on my 2004 ATV 400 Sportsman Late model? After extensive work and parts replacement my all wheel drive is not working.


Just a suggestion but you should consider soldering all your electrical connections to insure they are weather and vibration proof. Additionally, I added a small 3 amp circuit breaker, but a 1.5 to 2 Amp automotive fuse and fuse holder will do nicely.

Process:

1- Disassemble the 'Instrument/Light' cluster cover.

2- Remove the 'Radiator access' panel.

>>>Perform This Test BEFORE Proceeding and make SURE all power is OFF!<<<

3-On the drivers LEFT side of the radiator access area, locate two (2) connectors, each with SOLID GREY wires and BROWN wires with a WHITE Stripe on top and smaller diameter Solid Grey and Brown wires with a White stripe leading down.
--a) Disconnect both connectors by pulling the top and bottom sections away from each other. (DO NOT pull the WIRES, use the connector body to pull).
--b) Test EACH of the two (2) connectors with the SMALL DIAMETER wires leading down. (see Hub Coil Connectors pix)
--c) Using an OHM meter, measure the resistance across the two pins (one connector at a time) for each connector. Depending on the accuracy and sensitivity of the meter, each connector should read between 25 and 28 OHMS. NOTE: If EITHER of the two (2) Hub Coils reads ZERO (0) or less than 25 or Greater than 28 OHMS STOP!!! The Hub Coil itself OR the wires OR the connectors may be defective or in need of repair!
--d) Using an OHM meter, on EACH of the two connectors, measure the resistance between one pin of each connector and GROUND (any bare metal point on the ATV frame). NOTE: If EITHER of the two (2) connectors resistance to GROUND reads anything GREATER/ABOVE than ZERO ( 0 ) OHMS STOP!!! The Hub Coil itself OR the wires OR the connectors may be defective or in need of repair!

>>>If the test in 'c)' or 'd)' FAIL STOP, DO NOT proceed!! The Hub Coil itself OR the wires OR the connectors may be defective and MUST be repaired before ANYTHING else is done!<<<

4-(For my model) On the right handlebar, check the lamp in the AWD switch to make sure it is not burned out or missing. Replace lamp if necessary. (Not essential to the AWD operation, just nice to have to confirm voltage is being applied to the front wheel Hub Coils)

5-In the 'Radiator Access' area, locate the Red/White stripe wires providing (switched) full time + (battery plus) voltage (accessory power) via a ¼" female connector. "Accessory Leads" - in the wiring diagram.

6-Using a volt meter (or continuity light), CONFIRM that the terminal is OFF (NO voltage) when the ignition switch and the 'Engine STOP/START switch (on the left handlebar) are both OFF, and has + (positive) battery voltage, when the ignition switch and 'Engine STOP/START switch are both ON, with the engine NOT running.

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Troubleshooting arctic cat atv 650 twin, fuses are good but i can not even jump start, battery is fully charged, accessory switch, lights have no power. it ran perfect 2 days ago , I have read the manual,...


I think you have a dirty connection somewhere between the battery and the starter solenoid. Or... between the battery and the frame ground. Or - possibly - one of your battery cables is destroyed.

Don't keep trying to charge it or jump-start it if the battery is fully charged - you're wasting time doing that. Track down the battery cables and find the problem. Use a test light or a meter to follow the wiring - when you find where the voltage stops, you've found the problem.

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My lights quit working


Hi Brandon
Use a 12v multimeter or a test light to trace fault from headlamp backwards.
Probably check across each fuse first to see if you've blown one.
OR
Check one side of the Headlamp switch for voltage first.
No volts there means no power to headlamp. then trace back.

Like all electrical troubleshooting, it's a process of elimination.
Take a piece of paper and draw a headlamp circuit.
Battery, Fuse, Switch, various connectors, and Headlight.
Use that to guide your tracing.
Good Luck
Trevor

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No panel lights


the solenoid for the ignition and starter has failed. Also remember the brake has to be applied to activate the starter system.

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This is Merv. with an added comment: I tried to jump the battery with my car battery and still no power to the panel lights. Thanks


opppssss way too much amperage from a car battery for a atv/motorcycle electrical system. sorry,,, see if the lights are bad... if they are silver-black looking, that's a sign of over voltage/amperage

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Will not start


This repair should go pretty well. Start by load testing the battery. If the battery is old has some cell damage, then it would appear to be charged until it was put under a load. If the battery is fine, move onto both battery cables. Inspect both cables, from end to end. If anywhere on either cable the connection is loose, corroded, or frayed, it will fail to start. Then at last is the starter. unless you know how to bench test the starter. Please remove it and have it bench tested. This should just about cover popular failures. If you still have a no start issue then you either overlooked something or there is a defect in the wiring to the ignition switch circuit or the ignition switch itself. You can inspect the backside of the ignition switch and look for loose or over heater terminals. Good luck.

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