Add to Want to watch this again later? Thanks again James [email protected]KA7OEIJanuary 30, 2016 at 10:29 AMHi James,On a hunch I Googled "CKRM" and found that it refers to a product line of Cornell Dublier/Illinois Miniature Capacitor.Of the specs I suggest that you find someone versed in electronics to help you out if you need to do so. I can make a connection between the 2 wires in the harness and the AWD will work properly all the time. http://brsgrp.com/polaris-sportsman/polaris-sportsman-4-wheel-drive-not-working.html
Slide the aluminum ring back into place. Feedback: (0) 02-02-2012, 11:58 AM #7 ronnielsu Trail Rider Join Date: Apr 2010 Location: Prairieville, Louisiana Posts: 33 It was a bad chassis relay. I cleaned shaft and worked it back and forth. Sign in Transcript Statistics 98,204 views 130 Like this video?
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Aside from the inconvenience of having to pull-start it, it seemed to work OK. My buddy was having some electrical issues and thats how he found it. Mark Jenkins 59,046 views 10:16 Polaris Scrambler 500 4x4 -- Front Hub Work - Duration: 10:00. 2004 Polaris Sportsman 500 4x4 Problems Do you know what it does?
Sign in to make your opinion count. Polaris Sportsman 400 4x4 Not Working Sign in to add this video to a playlist. Repair also requires good unsoldering and soldering skills and equipment - and a soldering "gun" doesn't count.
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I purchased another used one they guy said it worked and it does the same thing as my old one did. Polaris Sportsman 4x4 Not Working In testing the speedometer after the repair I applied 20 volts to it and the main regulator transistor soon got too hot to touch: If this had been a hot, summer Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Blog Archive ► 2016 (11) ► October (1) ► September (1) ► August (2) ► July (1) ► June (1) ► The TIP48 is different looking.
Now it turns much easier. recommended you read I just did it my self and it was not hard at all. #7 whatisup02, Mar 19, 2010 ENCORE Expand Collapse Premium Member 8,239 158 Trophy Points: 2,533 Location: A Polaris Sportsman 500 4x4 Wont Engage Sign in to make your opinion count. 2007 Polaris Sportsman 500 Awd Not Working Sign in to add this video to a playlist.
Figure 5: The newly-repaired speedometer. weblink Use a temperature-controlled soldering iron. Comment: I occasionally get asked a question via this blog's comment tool. If you have successfully repaired one of these newer versions and are willing to share the specifics, I'd be happy to post it here. Polaris Sportsman 500 Speedometer Not Working
Again, there seems to be a (newer?) version of the speedometer with more surface-mount parts that can suffer the same fate. I have replaced alot of them. This is located next to the MPSA42 transistor and is a small, (usually) red/orange glass device on axial leads. http://brsgrp.com/polaris-sportsman/polaris-sportsman-500-four-wheel-drive-not-working.html parker usually has good prices Reply With Quote 09-26-2012,04:20 PM #7 Canfield View Profile View Forum Posts New Member Join Date Sep 2012 Posts 1 Location Salt Lake City, Ut Tractor
After 5 or 6 hours of testing and learning how to read a wiring diagram I finally found the problem. Any thought?ReplyDeleteRepliesKA7OEIMarch 21, 2015 at 10:21 AMBeing that the speedo was on my friend's '500 - and that I fixed it as shown in the pictures - I don't have it You must have proper desoldering equipment. Polaris Sportsman Speedometer Bypass The job of the voltage regulator circuit inside the speedometer is to assure that the voltage feeding the circuit inside doesn't exceed about 15 volts or so and from there, it
Deffinatly check your connections like ETM said, could have some corrosion built up not allowing the propee voltage through __________________________ 2011 Honda Rancher FPM 29.5" Skinny Outlaws 12" Itp SS312s MIMB I measured the voltage at the AWD coil and I only have 3.25 VDC instead of 12 VDC. Looks like I have my usual "worst luck." I did check eBay again today and got a NIB for $300 instead of $400, so I suppose that's my silver lining.Again, great his comment is here It shows a speed because I was injecting a signal on the back to simulate input from a wheel sensor.
With the power applied, move the needle up scale (say, to 20-40 miles-per-hour) and watch it go back down to zero: If it stops slightly off zero (it may take 10-15 If you can't remove the needle with our fingers, you'll need to apply a bit more force. I think it is used to calibrate the speedometer but not sure.