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Electrical I'm trying to get 12 volts of power from under the hood to hook up my heated visor for my helmet. The only power source I found had over 110 volts. When trying to check the volts from the same power source as the headlight I couldn;t get a reading. Is there some place to find an electrical schematic on-line? The sled was bought used and had no owner's manual with it. Please advise if anyone has a solution or a tip. Thanks

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  • case_069 Jan 07, 2009

    Sorry forgot to mention the sled is a 2002 polaris 550 fan cooled.

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If its a polaris look for the yellow wire to the hand/thumb warmers the other side goes to ground.

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