Polaris Universal GEM - 2014 Fuse Box Diagram

Polaris Universal GEM - 2014 Fuse Box Diagram

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FEATURES AND CONTROLS
Console
Headlight Switch
Press the top of the switch to turn the headlights to high
beam. Press the bottom of the switch to turn the headlights
to low beam. Move the switch to the center position to turn
the headlights off.
Electrical Components
Electrical wiring, circuit boards and components are
located under and behind the upper and lower console.
NOTICE:
Liquids can damage electrical components and the
circuit board. Handle liquids with care. Do not spray
water directly into the upper or lower console.
Electrical Access Panel
(Fuses/Main Disconnect Switch)
Optional Accessory Switches
HIGH
LOW
OFF
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FEATURES AND CONTROLS
Console
Windshield Wiper
Push the turn signal lever toward the console and release it to
turn the windshield wipers on. Push the lever toward the con-
sole again to activate the washer momentarily (if equipped, see
page 85). Pull the lever toward the steering wheel to turn the
wiper off.
If the wiper fails to work, check for a blown fuse at the fuse
block. See page 102.
CAUTION!
A worn or damaged wiper blade could impair operator vision and result in an accident. A
worn wiper blade could also damage windshield glass. Always replace worn or damaged wiper blades
promptly.
Wiper OFF
Wiper ON
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FEATURES AND CONTROLS
Console
Main Disconnect Switch
WARNING!
The main disconnect switch will disable
the vehicle by disconnecting the battery pack from the
motor. It does not disable the battery pack. HIGH
VOLTAGE will be present at the battery terminals.
HIGH BATTERY VOLTAGE IS ALWAYS PRESENT.
DO NOT TOUCH THE BATTERY TERMINALS.
The main disconnect switch is located inside the
fuse access panel on the lower console. The
main disconnect switch must be turned on for
operation and for charging.
Main Disconnect
Switch
Fuses
Access Panel
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FEATURES AND CONTROLS
Accessory Outlet
The optional accessory outlet is located on the lower console,
to the right of the fuse access panel. This outlet will accept a
standard automotive 12-volt accessory and is intended for
moderately powered accessories, such as a cellular phone. It
will not operate large current items, such as cigarette lighters.
The fuse for the power outlet plug is located in the fuse block under the access panel in the
center of the lower console. Always use fuses with the same type and rating.
NOTICE:
Do not plug in devices requiring power exceeding 25 watts. Damage to the vehicle electrical
system may occur or an accessory fuse may blow.
Accessory Outlet
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MAINTENANCE
Fuse Replacement
NOTICE:
Always turn off the main disconnect switch
before servicing or unplugging any electrical
components. See page 52.
If you experience electrical failures not related to
the batteries, a fuse may need replacement. Locate
and correct any short circuits that may have caused
the blown fuse, then replace the fuse. See your
authorized GEM dealer if you suspect a relay or
diode needs replacement.
The fuse block is located inside the fuse access panel on the lower console. To open the
access panel, insert the ignition key in the lock and turn it counter-clockwise 1/4 turn.
Fuse Block
Access Panel
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MAINTENANCE
Fuse Replacement
NOTICE:
Always install fuses with the recommended amperage to avoid damage to the electrical
system.
Tip:
See the label attached to the inside of the fuse access panel for the function and amp rating of
each fuse. The spare and heater coil fuses are used for accessories.
Fuse Recommendations
Fuse Application
Fuse Size
Heater Coil (fuse used for accessory)
30 amp
Turn Signals / Brake Lamps
10 amp
Windshield Wiper
Accessories
Radio
Tail Lamp/Headlamps / Horn / License Plate
Lamp
Heater
Radio / Public Address System
Odometer Switch
1 amp
Spare
Heater Coil
72V System
30A
10A
10A
10A
10A
10A
1A
10A
10A
10A
1A
1A
Turn Signals
Brake Lamps
Wiper
Accessories
Display
Radio
Tail/Headlamps
Horn
License P. Lamp
Heater
Radio / PA
Odometer Switch
Display
Fuse Label
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WARRANTY
LIMITATIONS OF WARRANTIES AND REMEDIES
This warranty excludes damages or failures caused by abuse, accident, fire, explosion, 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:
Wheels and tires
Painted or otherwise finished surfaces
Suspension components
• Upholstery
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