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We have a Polaris 800 and when I turn the key to start it, I hear one click each time. Thank you

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Typical of a flat battery. Put the lights on, turn the key, and if the lights turn to a glow worm, it is the battery.

If not that, number one would be the solenoid and number two the starter itself.

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