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Feb 2, 2009 - 12 posts - 2 authors
There is no voltage at the harness with the relay at all. ... Previous Sled(s): 09 f1k SP,07 f8 SP,fusion 600@900 ... We havea 2006 600sdi and everything works but the headlights. ... relay is good, But this just happend to me sled starts and runs fine ... As soon as I rev it up the dash, tach, headlamp go out.Missing: 600headlights electronic
79 posts - 8 authors
I believe I have a bad voltage regulator going out on my sled. lights are diming and ...I'm under the impression that polaris has replace the old regulator with a new ... They are way down under the oil tank, brake, and all that stuff, up tight ... While riding, my sled had dim lights, no hand warmers, gauges would go in and out.Missing: 600headlights electronic
Sep 28, 2011 - Uploaded by Trent Robinson
Most Fusion 600 HO owners at some point have issues with their ... This makes sense but the electrical system is AC on this sled AND people complain of the brake indicator on the dash stays onall of the time. ... Not sure on the indicator, mine works fine. ...2006 Polaris Fusion 900 that we are parting out.Missing: 600headlights gauges electronic
I think on a worn startermotor.
To be sure, give a little knock on the startermotor end when it won't start. If then it's good starter, then its the startermotor.
If still not good, replace your battery.
Check the battery with a VOM while pressing the start button. If you have good voltage check the voltage on the positive cable on the starter. If you have good voltage there you have a bad starter, considering your cable connections are clean and tight. If no voltage at the starter the solenoid is no good. Usually the click is the solenoid closing and if the connections are not clean or tight the current will not make it to the starter.