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2001 polaris 500 ho starter solenoid problem

I can not find the part number for my starter solenoid 2001 500 ho? the web sites only show the cables any help

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SOURCE: ATV RUNS BARELY SOUNDS LIKE IT IS EXHAUSTING BACK THROUGH CARB

Check the cam shaft. The exhaust lob is the weak spot. They will wear down to nothing.

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SOURCE: 2006 polaris sportman 500 HO overheating problem HELP!!!!!!

Check that the electric fan motor comes on ,and check the radiator for mud and debris u may also need new oil and filter change,All of these things could make it run hot 1 more thing roll it in neutral 2 make sure breaks arent hanging up.

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SOURCE: no fuel from petcock to carb, petcock is on.

up under the front fenders should be a mechanical fuel pump. you should see your petcock lines run up to that and back to the carb.. Seems to me like this may be your problem. it's worth a look anyway!

Posted on May 10, 2010

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SOURCE: Service manual for a 2006 500 Polaris Sportsman HO

I have a 2006 Sportstman 500HO ATV, EFI. Sometimes it will run 100% correct, other times it will start, idle fine but then when giving it throttle will will start to surge almost like it's hitting a rev limited. Sometimes it will backfire and stall. I already replaced fuel filter, flushed the fuel lines and gave it fresh gas and installed a new spark plug, but no good. I also checked the throttle switch and it's not making contact to stall it. I download the service manaul and tested each sensor and they tested fine which is probablt why I get no check engine light.
This ATV is mainly used to plow snow in my driveway, no salt. It's used around my property but very lightly. It's still as clean as it was when I bought it and it doesn't have but about 40 hours on it.
Polaris 500 HO EFI 4x4 ATV: Vin# 4XAMH50A56B707664 purchased 6-8-2006

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SOURCE: polaris 2005 sportsman 500 H.O. service manual

Downloaded this last week....its the factory service manual ($3.99)

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Posted on Aug 10, 2010

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Nothing when turn key. Bought new battery and fully charged, installed, still nothing.


Hello,
The "ticking" you hear is probably the solenoid trying to "connect"
The solenoid is the round thing that is the first thing the large red cable from the battery runs to. There are more wires connected to the solenoid..the TWO big ones carry the power from the battery and then jump it to the BIG cable that goes directly to the starter. You can CAREFULLY "jump" the two big connectors ON the solenoid with a screwdriver ( CAREFUL - SPARKS WILL FLY!). If the motor turns over you have a bad solenoid. Key does not have to be on, you just want the motor to turn over. NO open fuel sources!! SPARKS WILL FLY WHEN YOU JUMP.
Try this and repost, let me know.

Mar 10, 2016 | Polaris 2006 Sportsman 500 HO EFI

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Power comes on but engine does not turn over or try to start?


If you get a clicking sound, then it is either your starter solenoid or the battery is low. If you simply get nothing, then it is wiring. Use jumper cables and and jump from an external battery. Go "-" to frame and "+" to the battery side of the solenoid. Push the starter button. It should click and send power to the starter. If it doesn't click then the problem lies with the wiring between the solenoid and starter button, or the solenoid itself. If the solenoid did click but the motor didn't turn over, put your "+" jumper cable directly on the starter motor's external contact. If the motor turns over, your problem is your solenoid. If the starter motor refuses to turn over, then your problem is the starter motor.

Nov 01, 2015 | Polaris 2013 Sportsman 550 EPS

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1994 Polaris 30 2x4 - pullstart word twie. Fan lights etc worked. Replae the battery. Nothing. New solenoid. Nothng. New Circuit breaker. Stiil nothing! Please help


Did you check the starter button before all this? Trace the wiring from the handlebars for continuity. Local option is go direct to the solenoid, bypass the relay wiring and operate it direct by shorting a piece of heavy cable or a screwdriver across the solenoid heavy terminals. If the starter runs then recheck all the wiring a section at a time. You fell into the trap of changing parts without justification in a get lucky scenario.

Jun 02, 2015 | ATVs

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Hi Lee,

The starter requires substantially more current (amps) than the little wires and contacts that make up the start button and starter circuit. These small wires power a solenoid (an electro-magnetic switch) when the start button is pressed; which in turn closes a much larger contact that connects the larger battery wires to the starter motor.

You may have a blown fuse or fusible link, bad starter switch button, bad solenoid, broken wire(s) between the starter button and solenoid, poor connections at any of the terminals on these devices or a bad starter motor. Check the these circuits with a volt meter capable of testing 12 VDC or using a test lamp. Start with the one probe of the meter or lamp connected to a good ground or (-) post of the battery. The other probe should see 12 V (+) power on ONE of the starter button wires and on BOTH when the button is pressed. If not, work your way back to a bad connection or cut wire. Next, locate the solenoid. There should be two heavy cables and one or two smaller wires entering. The smaller wire is from the start button. Power 12V + should be on it when the button is pressed. If there are two smaller wires, one is probably ground or (-). If no power, check the wire for damage, etc. by following the wire back to the starter button. Once you have 12 V + starter circuit working into the solenoid, go to the next step.

Next, check the two heavy cables on the solenoid. One should have 12 V + power on it all the time and the other should have power only when the starter button is pressed. If you do not have power on one of the cables all the time, there is a bad connection,etc. between the solenoid and the + battery post. Check fuses, connections, etc. and make repairs. With power on one cable, press the start button A working 12 V starter circuit is required for this to work. If no power on the other heavy cable, the solenoid should probably be replaced. If you do have power out, it it still won't crank - check the cable between the starter and solenoid. Repair or replace as needed. If cable is good, the problem is likely to be the starter itself.

Good luck!

Apr 01, 2014 | ATVs

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2006 yamaha bruin will not start by push button. Battery is fine, all lights come on but when button is pushed nothing happens


Hi. Depending on your skill level the starting point would be check "ALL" the fuses with a test light/multimeter. Next point would probably be check the starter itself, Again with a test light or multimeter you should have the main positive to the starter - make sure you have good battery voltage and check this whilst attempting to crank. Then the crank feed itself which is the small wire to the starter solenoid, Again check for good voltage whilst attempting to crank. If there is voltage on both then make sure the starter has a good earth by using the starter motor body as the earth whilst testing the main feed at the starter. If you have good main feed and crank the starter has failed. If not you need to post your test results for further help, Jon

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Had new key made on an 04 polaris 700 now it trys to start when i hook up battery in off position


it sounds like your starter solenoid is stuck. Locate the solenoid and check for continuity between the positive and negative poles right on top of it. If there is continuity between the poles in the off position, your solenoid is stuck and probably needs to be replaced.

Oct 29, 2013 | Polaris 2004 Sportsman 500 H.O

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