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WIRES FOR TAILLIGHTS ARE CUT, IT FRIED THE JUNCTION PLUG GOING TO THEM HOW DO i REAPIR IT AND KNOW WHICH WIRES GO WHERE.THEY'RE ALL BURNED NOW

ONCE IT FIRED UP IT SMOKED .i TRACED IT TO PLUG UNDER LEFT REAR FENDER. THERES MORE WIRED CLOSE TO LIGHTS BUT CANT MAKE OUT WHAT COLORS GO WHERE NOW BECAUSE THE ONES GOING TO BOX ARE SO BURNT

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Get a factory wiring schematic first ... but find out where the wires shorted... ..? somewhere under the seat, at the junction plug, in the tail light??

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This could be caused by a number of things - but based on your details - this is how I'd tackle it.

- Test the Alternator/Gen to make sure it's kicking power into system

- As long as it is - move on to the CDI (simple test to make sure it's sending the proper signal to the spark plug)

- Then I'd check the ignition module, spark plug wire, & spark plug boot - yes, the part that attaches to the plug is called a boot and it does twist off of that cable and twist back on. You MUST get it off there to properly test the ignition module - (instructions to check your ignition module are in the diagrams below for the two options electrical systems they came with. You'll be able to identify yours. It's bottom right of that sheet.)

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- Test the spark plug out of the engine block by holding it close to the frame and turning the engine over. If you see the it spark oddly then you can confirm that it is the ignition and not a vacuum/fuel air, etc. issue.

The alternator would be the first item to check. Before anything else I'd make sure the system itself was getting the power it needs.

To test your alternator/gen inside the engine/wires coming out of crankcase:

- Set your multi-meter to AC Amps in the 10A slot
- Connect the leads to the yellow & then to the yellow/red wires.
- MINIMUM 7 amps at idle. Only test this for 10-15 seconds as it's the equivalent of a 'full load' and can cause issues if performed for an extended period of time. You DO NOT NEED TO REV THE ENGINE - SIMPLY ALLOW IT TO IDLE AND CHECK FOR THAT MINIMUM 7 AMPS.

IF YOU'RE NOT GETTING 7A FROM THE ALTERNATOR/GEN. THEN THERE'S YOUR PROBLEM. If you're getting the correct numbers, then on to the CDI - this one is actually really simple, surprisingly.

2000-335-polaris-sportsman4x4-fires-once-4n3y21cmsqpgtsjshk50qfrx-3-2.pngHere's the CDI - along with the wire to test -


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There were two options - a 150 and a 200 - for that model
You can distinguish yours by the number of wires coming off your CDI

2000-335-polaris-sportsman4x4-fires-once-4n3y21cmsqpgtsjshk50qfrx-3-14.png

Any luck, you'll be able to narrow it down with this info - if not, feel free to comment or reach out and I'll do what I can to get you on the right track - here's the flow chart for your model as well -

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