Polaris ACE 570 - 2017 Fuse Box Diagram

Polaris ACE 570 - 2017 Fuse Box Diagram

81
WINCH GUIDE
Winch Cable Care
For your safety, always replace POLARIS winch parts (including the
cable) with genuine POLARIS replacement parts available at your
authorized POLARIS dealer.
WARNING!
Use of worn or damaged cable could lead to sudden failure and
SEVERE INJURY.
1.
Always inspect your winch before each use. Inspect for worn or
loose parts including mounting hardware. Never use the winch if
any part needs repair or replacement.
2.
Always inspect your winch cable before each use. Inspect for worn
or kinked winch cable.
A.
A kinked winch cable made of
wire rope is shown at right. Even
after being “straightened out,”
this cable has already been
permanently and severely
damaged. Promptly discontinue
use of a winch cable in this
condition.
B.
A kinked winch cable made of
wire rope that has been
“straightened out” is shown at
right. Even though it may look
usable, the cable has been
permanently and severely damaged. It can no longer transmit the load
that it could prior to kinking. Promptly discontinue use of a winch cable
in this condition.
C.
A winch cable made of
synthetic rope should be
inspected for signs of fraying.
Replace the cable if fraying is
observed (shown at right).
Promptly discontinue use of a
winch cable in this condition.
D.
Also replace the winch cable if there are fused or melted fibers. Such
an area of the synthetic rope will be stiff and appear smooth or glazed.
Promptly discontinue use of a winch cable in this condition.
A
B
C
100
MAINTENANCE
Fuses
If the engine stops or will not start, or if you experience other electrical
failures, a fuse may need replacement. Locate and correct any short
circuits that may have caused the blown fuse, then replace the fuse.
The fuse box is located under the seat. Spare fuses are provided in the
fuse box.
Main Fuse
Feature Supported
20A
Lights: Headlights, Taillights
20A
Drive: AWD
20A
Accessory: Winch Switch, 12V Power Receptacle
10A
Fuel Pump
20A
Electronic Engine Control, Starting
30A
Engine Control
10A
Constant Vehicle Power
15A
Fan Circuit Braker - Auto Reset
Fuse Box
101
MAINTENANCE
Fuses
1.
Remove the seat to access
the fuse box.
2.
Squeeze the cover release
tabs inward and remove the
fuse box cover.
3.
Remove the suspect fuse
from the fuse panel. If the
fuse is blown, install a new
fuse with the same amperage
rating.
4.
Reinstall the fuse box cover.
5.
Reinstall the seat.
Release Tabs
140
WARRANTY
Warranty Coverage And Exclusions:
Limitations Of Warranties And Remedies
This warranty excludes damages or failures caused by abuse, accident, fire, or any other
cause other than a defect in materials or workmanship and provides no coverage for
consumable components, general wear items, or any parts exposed to friction surfaces,
stresses, environmental conditions and/or contamination for which they were not
designed or not intended, including but not limited to the following items:
Lubricants and Fluids
1. Mixing oil brands or using non-recommended oil may cause engine damage. We
recommend the use of POLARIS engine oil.
2. Damage or failure resulting from the use of non-recommended lubricants or fluids is
not covered by this warranty.
This warranty provides no coverage for personal loss or expense, including mileage,
transportation costs, hotels, meals, shipping or handling fees, product pick-up or
delivery, replacement rentals, loss of product use, loss of profits, or loss of vacation or
personal time.
Wheels and tires
Finished and unfinished surfaces
Suspension components
Carburetor/Throttle body components
Brake components
Engine components
Seat components
Drive belts
Clutches and components
Hydraulic components and fluids
Steering components
Circuit breakers/Fuses
Batteries
Electronic components
Light bulbs/Sealed beam lamps
Spark plugs
Filters
Sealants
Lubricants
Coolants
Bushings
Bearings
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INDEX
E
Electromagnetic Interference 84
Emission Control, Exhaust 84
Emission Control, Noise 84
Engaging AWD 71
Engine Break-In 53
Engine Fogging 130
Engine Intake Pre-Filter 109
Engine Oil 91, 92, 93, 94
Engine Starting 56
Engine Stopping 57
Equipment Modifications 23
Error Codes, Engine 45
Exhaust Emission Control System 84
Exhaust Pipe Cleaning 110
Extreme Use Battery 28
Eye Protection 11
F
Fan, Cooling 103
Filter Care During Storage 129
Filter Cleaning, Air 108
Filter, Air 108
Fluid
Demand Drive 95, 96
Front Gearcase 95, 96
Main Gearcase 97
Transmission 97
Fluid Change
Demand Drive 96
Front Gearcase 96
Main Gearcase 97
Transmission 97
Fluid Check
Coolant Bottle 104
Demand Drive 95
Front Gearcase 95
Main Gearcase 97
Radiator Coolant 103
Transmission 97
Fluid Levels During Storage 129
Fluid Recommendations, Gearcase 98
Fluid, Brake 112
Fogging the Engine 130
Freeplay, Steering Wheel 114
Front Box Cover 27
Front Gearcase Fluid 95, 96
Fuel Cap 29
Fuel Safety 22
Fuel Stabilizer 129
Fuel Tank Filler Cap 29
Fuses 100, 101
G
Gasoline Handling 22
Gear Selector 34
Gear Shifter 34
Gearcase Capacities 98
Gearcases 95, 96, 97, 98
Demand Drive Unit 95, 96
Front Gearcase 95, 96
Main Gearcase 97
Specification Chart 98
Transmission 97
Gloves 11
H
Hauling a Load 68, 69
Hauling Cargo 68, 69
Hazard Switch 33
Headlight Beam Adjustment 119
Headlight Lamp 118
Helmet 10
High Beam Switch 31
Hitch 25
Hitch Weight 70
Horn Switch 31
I
Ignition Switch 32
Inspection
Pre-Ride 54
Seat Belt 30
Instrument Cluster 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43,
44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51
Interference, Electromagnetic 84
K
Key, Periodic Maintenance Chart 86
L
LED Headlamps 117
Light Switch 32
Lights 117, 118, 119
Beam Adjustment 119
Brake Lights 117
Front Turn Signal Replacement 118
Headlight Lamp 118
LED Headlamps 117
Position Light Lamp 118
Taillight/Brake Light 117
Turn Signal Lamp, Rear 117
Loads, Towing 70
Lubrication for Storage 130
Lubrication Recommendations 89, 90
81
WINCH GUIDE
Winch Cable Care
For your safety, always replace POLARIS winch parts (including the
cable) with genuine POLARIS replacement parts available at your
authorized POLARIS dealer.
WARNING!
Use of worn or damaged cable could lead to sudden failure and
SEVERE INJURY.
1.
Always inspect your winch before each use. Inspect for worn or
loose parts including mounting hardware. Never use the winch if
any part needs repair or replacement.
2.
Always inspect your winch cable before each use. Inspect for worn
or kinked winch cable.
A.
A kinked winch cable made of
wire rope is shown at right. Even
after being “straightened out,”
this cable has already been
permanently and severely
damaged. Promptly discontinue
use of a winch cable in this
condition.
B.
A kinked winch cable made of
wire rope that has been
“straightened out” is shown at
right. Even though it may look
usable, the cable has been
permanently and severely damaged. It can no longer transmit the load
that it could prior to kinking. Promptly discontinue use of a winch cable
in this condition.
C.
A winch cable made of
synthetic rope should be
inspected for signs of fraying.
Replace the cable if fraying is
observed (shown at right).
Promptly discontinue use of a
winch cable in this condition.
D.
Also replace the winch cable if there are fused or melted fibers. Such
an area of the synthetic rope will be stiff and appear smooth or glazed.
Promptly discontinue use of a winch cable in this condition.
A
B
C
100
MAINTENANCE
Fuses
If the engine stops or will not start, or if you experience other electrical
failures, a fuse may need replacement. Locate and correct any short
circuits that may have caused the blown fuse, then replace the fuse.
The fuse box is located under the seat. Spare fuses are provided in the
fuse box.
Main Fuse
Feature Supported
20A
Lights: Headlights, Taillights
20A
Drive: AWD
20A
Accessory: Winch Switch, 12V Power Receptacle
10A
Fuel Pump
20A
Electronic Engine Control, Starting
30A
Engine Control
10A
Constant Vehicle Power
15A
Fan Circuit Braker - Auto Reset
Fuse Box
101
MAINTENANCE
Fuses
1.
Remove the seat to access
the fuse box.
2.
Squeeze the cover release
tabs inward and remove the
fuse box cover.
3.
Remove the suspect fuse
from the fuse panel. If the
fuse is blown, install a new
fuse with the same amperage
rating.
4.
Reinstall the fuse box cover.
5.
Reinstall the seat.
Release Tabs
140
WARRANTY
Warranty Coverage And Exclusions:
Limitations Of Warranties And Remedies
This warranty excludes damages or failures caused by abuse, accident, fire, or any other
cause other than a defect in materials or workmanship and provides no coverage for
consumable components, general wear items, or any parts exposed to friction surfaces,
stresses, environmental conditions and/or contamination for which they were not
designed or not intended, including but not limited to the following items:
Lubricants and Fluids
1. Mixing oil brands or using non-recommended oil may cause engine damage. We
recommend the use of POLARIS engine oil.
2. Damage or failure resulting from the use of non-recommended lubricants or fluids is
not covered by this warranty.
This warranty provides no coverage for personal loss or expense, including mileage,
transportation costs, hotels, meals, shipping or handling fees, product pick-up or
delivery, replacement rentals, loss of product use, loss of profits, or loss of vacation or
personal time.
Wheels and tires
Finished and unfinished surfaces
Suspension components
Carburetor/Throttle body components
Brake components
Engine components
Seat components
Drive belts
Clutches and components
Hydraulic components and fluids
Steering components
Circuit breakers/Fuses
Batteries
Electronic components
Light bulbs/Sealed beam lamps
Spark plugs
Filters
Sealants
Lubricants
Coolants
Bushings
Bearings
146
INDEX
E
Electromagnetic Interference 84
Emission Control, Exhaust 84
Emission Control, Noise 84
Engaging AWD 71
Engine Break-In 53
Engine Fogging 130
Engine Intake Pre-Filter 109
Engine Oil 91, 92, 93, 94
Engine Starting 56
Engine Stopping 57
Equipment Modifications 23
Error Codes, Engine 45
Exhaust Emission Control System 84
Exhaust Pipe Cleaning 110
Extreme Use Battery 28
Eye Protection 11
F
Fan, Cooling 103
Filter Care During Storage 129
Filter Cleaning, Air 108
Filter, Air 108
Fluid
Demand Drive 95, 96
Front Gearcase 95, 96
Main Gearcase 97
Transmission 97
Fluid Change
Demand Drive 96
Front Gearcase 96
Main Gearcase 97
Transmission 97
Fluid Check
Coolant Bottle 104
Demand Drive 95
Front Gearcase 95
Main Gearcase 97
Radiator Coolant 103
Transmission 97
Fluid Levels During Storage 129
Fluid Recommendations, Gearcase 98
Fluid, Brake 112
Fogging the Engine 130
Freeplay, Steering Wheel 114
Front Box Cover 27
Front Gearcase Fluid 95, 96
Fuel Cap 29
Fuel Safety 22
Fuel Stabilizer 129
Fuel Tank Filler Cap 29
Fuses 100, 101
G
Gasoline Handling 22
Gear Selector 34
Gear Shifter 34
Gearcase Capacities 98
Gearcases 95, 96, 97, 98
Demand Drive Unit 95, 96
Front Gearcase 95, 96
Main Gearcase 97
Specification Chart 98
Transmission 97
Gloves 11
H
Hauling a Load 68, 69
Hauling Cargo 68, 69
Hazard Switch 33
Headlight Beam Adjustment 119
Headlight Lamp 118
Helmet 10
High Beam Switch 31
Hitch 25
Hitch Weight 70
Horn Switch 31
I
Ignition Switch 32
Inspection
Pre-Ride 54
Seat Belt 30
Instrument Cluster 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43,
44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51
Interference, Electromagnetic 84
K
Key, Periodic Maintenance Chart 86
L
LED Headlamps 117
Light Switch 32
Lights 117, 118, 119
Beam Adjustment 119
Brake Lights 117
Front Turn Signal Replacement 118
Headlight Lamp 118
LED Headlamps 117
Position Light Lamp 118
Taillight/Brake Light 117
Turn Signal Lamp, Rear 117
Loads, Towing 70
Lubrication for Storage 130
Lubrication Recommendations 89, 90