Question about Polaris ATV
After about 15 min my polaris 700 twin overheats, at one time it flooded the oil reservoir with fuel. I cleaned out the reservoir and added new oil, but it still overheats in 15 min. what part of the water pump do I need?
HI. in this situation, you will need to replace all internals of the pump if possible. Individual replacements are possible but, replacing all water pump internals would be the better choice. The effected part at hand in your situation will be the Pump impeller and pump bearings (ball) as well. Be sure to replace the pump seal and O-ring seal when re-assembling the unit after these replacement parts are fitted.
In conclusion, you will need to replace the pump impeller and, pump bearings(ball). Replace the pump seal and O-ring seal as well..Most important will be the pump impeller.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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