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1995 polaris 425 magnum 4x4 blows the tail and headlight bulbs. replaced regulator..still does it. battery shot. does it have to have a good battery hooked up in order to work properly?

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A battery good or bad (not shorted) must be connected to prevent blowing of bulbs. If the battery is disconnected and you jump start, boost or manually pull start it will blow bulbs. That was my experience.

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Yes you need a good battery so it will stop blowing the lights out

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I had a polaris scrambler three wheeler and it would blows bulbs also, it had a junk battery in it, never thought anything of it, read up on it and if the battery has a short in it, it will blows the bulbs, replaced the battery and didnt have any more problems blowing bulbs

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