Polaris Universal GEM - 2017 Fuse Box Diagram

Polaris Universal GEM - 2017 Fuse Box Diagram

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FEATURES AND CONTROLS
Console
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.
Steering Wheel Adjuster
If equipped, the steering wheel can be tilted upward or
downward for rider preference.
Pull and hold the adjustment lever upward while moving
the steering wheel upward or downward. Release the
lever when the steering wheel is at the desired position.
Fuse Box
Adjustment Lever
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FEATURES AND CONTROLS
Console
Right Control Lever
Windshield Wiper
Rotate the knurled barrel forward to turn the windshield
wipers on. Pull the control lever toward the driver’s seat to
activate the washer (if equipped).
If the wiper fails to work, check for a blown fuse at the
fuse block. See page 108.
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.
Washer
ON
Wipers
ON
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FEATURES AND CONTROLS
USB Port
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.
The fuse for the USB port is located under the hood in the fuse
block. Always use fuses with the same type and rating.
Dome Light
Turn the dome lights on or off by pressing the switch located
on the dash between cup holders.
USB Port
Dome Light
Switch
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FEATURES AND CONTROLS
Hood
Remove the hood to access the fuse box, windshield washer fluid tank (if equipped), main
power connector and electrical accessory connectors.
1.
Remove the two hood screws located under the charge port door.
2.
Keeping the hood parallel with the ground, pull the hood forward to release it from the
grommets. Carefully lift the hood away from the vehicle.
Fuse Box
Washer Fluid Tank
Step 1
Step 2
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MAINTENANCE
Fuses and Relays
WARNING!
Before servicing the vehicle’s
electrical system, always disconnect the main
power connector first, then disconnect any
electrical accessory connections, then disconnect
the negative cable from the 12-volt battery (if
equipped), then disconnect the negative terminal
from the main battery pack. See page 53.
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. If you suspect a
relay or diode needs replacement, your
authorized GEM dealer can assist.
Open the hood to access the fuse box. See
the label attached to the fuse box cover for the function and amp rating of each fuse. The
spare and heater coil fuses are used for accessories.
Fuse Box Label
Fuse Box
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MAINTENANCE
Fuse and Relay Recommendations
NOTICE:
12V fuses must not be used in 48V applications. 48V fuses must not be used in 12V
applications. Always install fuses with the recommended amperage to avoid damage to the
electrical system.
Standard 12V Fuses
Application
Size
Location
Drive; Constant;
Internal Lighting
5 amp
12V Fuse Center
Horn; Display
10 amp
12V Fuse Center
Wiper; ACC; Lights
15 amp
12V Fuse Center
VCM
20 amp
12V Fuse Center
Chassis
30 amp
12V Fuse Center
Optional 12V Fuses
Application
Size
Location
Lithium-ion
5 amp
Lithium-ion Harness
Beacon Light
7.5 amp
Beacon Harness
Security Light
7.5 amp
Security Light
Harness
Stereo
10 amp
Stereo Harness
EPS
30 amp
EPS Harness
Standard 48V Fuses
Application
Size
Location
Motor Controller/
BMC
5 amp
48V Fuse Center
DC-DC; Charger
30 amp
48V Fuse Center
Optional 48V Fuses
Application
Size
Location
Lithium-ion
5 amp
Lithium-ion Harness
Heater Heating
Element
30 amp
Heater Harness
Defrost
30 amp
Defrost Harness
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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
Finished and unfinished surfaces
Suspension components
• Upholstery
Brake components
• Lubricants
Seat components
• Sealants
Clutches and components
Hydraulic components and fluids
Steering components
Circuit breakers/Fuses
Batteries
Electronic components
Bushings/Bearings
Light bulbs/Sealed beam lamps