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The male and female wires that feed the pump power have burned out. Where can I find replacement wires and what is approiximate cost

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Hello wk.... I recommend that you go to a polaris dealer who will either have these exact wires in stock or be able to order them for you. That way you will have the correct gauge, color, and end connectors to allow for a quick and simple installation. The cost should be about $5. per wire. Joe

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