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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-23-2011, 11:09 PM Thread Starter
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Exclamation 2001 sportsman 400 fuses????????????????????????

found 3 black pouchs under hood so opened them up and they have what appear to be some sort of fuses in there....Was wondering if there is a fuse box or anything else i should be looking for or if these 3 fuses are the only ones

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Those are the circuit breakers and their amp. rating should be marked on the side of them,usually 20 or 30 amp.. A faulty one will click often or get VERY warm. they can be picked up at your dealer or about any auto parts store.
those are what polaris uses for fuses.
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Those are the circuit breakers and their amp. rating should be marked on the side of them,usually 20 or 30 amp.. A faulty one will click often or get VERY warm. they can be picked up at your dealer or about any auto parts store.
those are what polaris uses for fuses.
yes it has that amperage written on the sides, so that must be it...thank you ...I have a short Im trying to trace out seems my 12v access plugin is shorting out if the handlebars are turned a certain way

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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-24-2011, 04:24 AM
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take the wireing out of wire loom from headlight pod down around steering stem, they wrap it too tight around stem and causes wires to break, its a pain , you have to take front pklastic off, hope you find it
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