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1991 Polaris 350 liquid cooled, overheats, and blowing coolant out of clear tube coming from crank case, and running up under and next to seat.

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Why is my 01 polaris 325 magnum getting gas in the crank case?


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Have a 2011 polaris 6x6 800 that overheats every time I use it. The coolant will come out the over flow.


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I HAVE A 2005/ RANGER500 4X4 AND THE COOLING FAN IS NOT COMING ON, CAUSINGTEMP LIGHT IN DASH TO COME ON. ANY IDEAS?


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What would make the fuse under the seat keep blowing


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Service codes for 03-04 polaris 700 twin


Here is the lowdown on Polaris Sportsman 700-800 T-Bap wiring:

Symptoms of broken Temp/Baro sensor wires:
1. The ATV will run very erratic at idle.
2. The "CHECK ENGINE" will sometimes come on.
3. Diagnostic codes 41 and or 45 will be present.
4. Fuel mileage will be poor.
5. Exhaust will smell really rich. Sometimes even black smoke can be seen from it running so rich.

How to test if the Temp/Baro sensor wiring is broken:
1. Turn the key switch on and off 3 times leaving it on the 3rd time. This puts the ECU into diagnostic mode. If codes are present their numbers will be displayed on the instrument cluster. When all codes have been displayed "End" will appear on the cluster.
2. Remove the seat and locate the sensor on the air intake tube. Unplug the wiring to the sensor by pressing down on the tab on the top of the connector. DON'T PULL THE CONNECTOR BY IT'S WIRES!!! Pull back the vinyl tubing that covers the 4 wires going to the connector. Gently pull on each wire with your fingers. The wire should have no stretch and feel solid. All the wires should feel the same. If one or two of them feel weak and stretchy chances are you have a broken wire. Is what happens is the wire breaks inside the insulation so it appears to still be connected.

Why do the Temp/Baro sensor wires break in the first place?
1.The problem with the current Polaris wiring is too short and Polaris used 7/32 stranded 22AWG wire. This wire has a very low strand count and should not be used in applications where vibration occurs.
2.The next problem is the mounting location of the sensor it is in a vibration prone spot on top the air intake tube going from the air box to the throttle body. Next time you're bored take the seat off and rev it up in neutral. That intake boot and sensor vibrate to the point where it looks blurry. The combination of these engineering flaws causes the cable to break in a big hurry.

The Polaris repair kits keep breaking. Why?
1. The replacement kits from Polaris use the same 7/32 strand wire that can't withstand vibration.

find a heavy duty one on the internet or ebay................

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You will have to get the cooling fan working before you look any further. It may be best to have a coolant system pressure test and a compression test done to eliminate engine fault also

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Ok where is the tempeture sensor on a freaking Polaris 300 trailblazer !


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