Polaris IQ Turbo Dragon - 2009 Fuse Box Diagram

Polaris IQ Turbo Dragon - 2009 Fuse Box Diagram

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MAINTENANCE
Engine Oil
Oil Change
5.
Remove the oil return hose from the oil tank. Have an assistant
place the end of the hose into a drain pan.
6.
Disconnect the 2-pin WHITE/RED and GREEN/WHITE starter
motor solenoid control switch harness connector located near the
battery.
7.
Rotate the plug 90 degrees and reinstall it with the WHITE/RED
wire connected.
8.
Insert the male pin of the jumper harness into the starter solenoid's
female port.
9.
Open the handlebar cover. Locate the 3-pin connector with the
BROWN and RED/WHITE wires. Plug this connector into the 3-
pin connector of the jumper harness.
10.
Open the fuse box and remove the 20A EFI fuse from the fuse
block.
11.
Reinstall the left side panel.
12.
Have an assistant use the ignition key to turn over the engine. Crank
the engine for 15 seconds.
13.
Wait 30 seconds to allow the starter motor to cool down.
14.
Repeat steps 12 and 13 four more times for a total of five cycles.
15.
Reconnect the oil return line to the oil tank. Make sure the hose and
clamp are properly seated. Make sure the clamp is in the correct ori-
entation. Refer to the NOTE following step 4.
16.
To prevent oil spillage, wait 3 to 5 minutes to allow any oil in the oil
filter cap to drain out before removing it. While waiting, remove the
foam oil breather element from the airbox. See page 100.
17.
Inspect the foam element. Clean it with soap and water and let it dry.
Reinstall it, or install a new element if the existing element is dam-
aged or degraded and unable to absorb liquid.
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MAINTENANCE
Engine Oil
Oil Change
18.
Remove the oil filter cap, then remove the oil filter. Inspect the o-
ring and replace it if it's worn or damaged.
19.
Install a new filter, then reinstall the cap. Tighten the cap to 18.5 ft.
lbs. (25 Nm).
20.
Remove the jumper from the starter motor wiring harness. Recon-
nect the solenoid and the originally-installed harness. Reinstall the
20A EFI Fuse.
21.
Remove the dipstick from the oil tank. Add 2 quarts (1.9 liters) of
the recommended oil. Reinstall the dipstick.
22.
Start the engine and allow it to idle for 3-5 minutes. Make sure the
engine coolant temperature is between 145 and 160 degrees F. (63-
71 degrees C).
23.
Stop the engine.
24.
Remove the dipstick from the oil tank. Clean the dipstick with a
clean shop towel and reinstall it, screwing it in completely.
25.
Remove the dipstick and view the oil level.
Safe operating range
Fill mark for oil changes
(at specified coolant temperature)
138
TROUBLESHOOTING
Engine and Drive Train Troubleshooting
Engine Speed, RPM or Boost is Limited
Engine Doesn't Turn Over
Probable Cause
Solution
Engine Management System RPM
Reduction Mode is activated
See causes on page 34.
Jammed clutch
Check for twisted belt or broken spring.
See your dealer.
Jammed track
Remove any foreign objects. Slider may
be melted to the track clips due to lack of
lubrication. Track may be iced up or fro-
zen to the ground.
Jammed or broken chaincase sprocket or
chain
See your dealer.
Mechanical failure
See your dealer.
Probable Cause
Solution
Low battery voltage
Recharge the battery to 12.8 VDC.
Loose battery connections
Check all connections and tighten.
Loose solenoid connections
Check all connections and tighten.
Engine stop switch is off
Lift the stop switch to the ON position.
Fusible link malfunction
See your dealer.
Fuse panel malfunction
Check condition of fuses. Replace blown
fuses, then see your dealer.
Main relay panel malfunction
See your dealer.
Mechanical failure
See your dealer.
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WARRANTY
Conditions and Exclusions
In order to qualify for warranty, the product must have been properly set up and tested
by a Polaris Dealer (if applicable). Failure of any dealer to perform the required vehicle
Pre-Delivery Inspection, perform all applicable service bulletins and have the consumer
sign the PDI form prior to delivery may void the warranty. Failure to provide proof of
required periodic maintenance upon request may result in denial of warranty coverage.
Use of the recommended Polaris products for lubrication and maintenance as directed by
the Owner’s manual is highly recommended. Should a failure occur during the warranty
period resulting from the use of non-recommended products, warranty coverage may be
denied.
Warranty does not apply to parts exposed to friction surfaces, stresses, environmental
conditions and/or contamination. The following items are excluded from warranty con-
sideration if the failure was due to wear or not the direct result of a defect:
Warranty applies to the product only and does not allow for coverage of personal loss.
Some items are considered “consumable,” meaning they are considered part of normal
maintenance or part of completing an effective repair. The following items are excluded
from warranty coverage in the event of a warranty claim:
This warranty also excludes failures resulting from improper lubrication; improper
engine timing; improper fuel; surface imperfections caused by external stress, heat, cold
or contamination; operator error or abuse; improper component alignment, tension,
adjustment or altitude compensation; failure due to snow, water, dirt or other foreign
substance ingestion/contamination; improper maintenance; modified components; use
of aftermarket components resulting in failure; unauthorized repairs; repairs made after
the warranty period expires or by an unauthorized repair center; use of the product in
competition or for commercial purposes. Warranty will not apply to any product which
has been damaged by abuse, accident, fire or any other casualty not determined a defect
of materials or workmanship.
Skis
Ski wear rods
Tracks
Slide rails
Suspension components
Finished and unfinished surfaces
Brake components
Carburetor/Throttle body components
Seat components
Engine components
Clutches and components
Drive belts
Steering components
Hydraulic components
Batteries
Circuit breakers/Fuses
Light bulbs/Sealed beam lamps
Electronic components
Idler wheels
Spark Plugs
Lubricants such as oil, grease, etc.
Filters
Batteries (unless defective)
Fuel
Cosmetic damage/repair
Sealants
Coolants
Hotel fees
Meals
Towing charges
Shipping/ handling fees
Mileage
Product pick-up/delivery
Rentals/Loss of product use
Loss of vacation/personal time