Polaris 800 RUSH - 2015 Fuse Box Diagram

Polaris 800 RUSH - 2015 Fuse Box Diagram

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FEATURES
12-Volt DC Power Receptacle
If equipped, the 12-volt DC power
receptacle is located on the hood next
to the instrument cluster. The 12-volt
power receptacle is protected by a 2
amp mini blade fuse located in the
protective bag above the clutch
cover.
Use of the 12-volt DC power
receptacle is recommended for
connecting power-sensitive devices
such as GPS units and cell phones.
NOTE:
The 12-volt DC power receptacle and the jumper harness required to
connect the receptacle to the hood wiring harness can be purchased
from your POLARIS dealer.
12-Volt RCA Power Sources
Some rider accessories require the use of an RCA power adapter. If your
model is not equipped with an RCA power plug on the handlebar cover,
an accessory 12-volt RCA adapter or RCA power plug can be purchased
from your POLARIS dealer.
12-Volt RCA Adapter
The RCA adapter can be used if your
model is equipped with the 12-volt
DC power receptacle. Plug the
adapter into the receptacle to convert
it to a 12-volt RCA power outlet.
12-Volt RCA Power Plug
The RCA power plug
(with cover) mounts to
the handlebar cover and
is plugged into the main
vehicle wire harness.
Installation instructions are provided with the accessory.
This power point is powered by the load shed relay and
is not fuse
protected. POLARIS recommends using this power point for electric
helmet shields.
12-Volt Receptacle (if equipped)
12-Volt RCA Adapter
RCA Power Plug with Cover
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FEATURES
Lighting and Warmers Power Management
The following components are always powered when the engine is
running:
Low Beam Headlights
Taillights/Brake Lights
Passenger Hand Warmers (if equipped)
The brake light is protected by a 2 amp mini fuse located in the
protective bag above the clutch cover. If the brake light does not
illuminate when the brake lever is pulled, check the fuse. If the fuse is
blown, inspect the brake lever switch wire to verify it is not damaged.
Replace the fuse. See page 118.
NOTICE:
Never replace a fuse with a fuse of a higher amperage rating.
The following components are powered only when the load shed relay is
turned on:
High Beam Headlights
Driver Thumb/Hand Warmers
The engine mangement system turns on the load shed relay when
both
of the following conditions are met:
Engine speed exceeds 1400 RPM
and
Chassis DC voltage exceeds 11 volts
NOTE:
If engine speed drops below 1400 RPM or chassis DC voltage falls
below 11 volts, the engine management system will turn off the load
shed relay. The relay will not be turned on again until engine speed is
greater than 2000 RPM.
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PRE-RIDE INSPECTIONS
Start the Engine and Check
Before starting the engine, always refer to all safety warnings pertaining
to snowmobile operation. Never engage the starter when the engine is
running. Never start the engine without checking all vehicle components
to be sure of proper operation. See
Before Starting the Engine
beginning
on page 72.
Auxiliary Engine Stop Switch
Check the auxiliary shut-off switch for proper operation. Push the
switch down to stop the engine. Pull it up to allow restarting.
Ignition Key Switch
Make sure the engine stops when the ignition key switch is turned to
OFF.
Tether Switch (if equipped)
If your snowmobile has a tether switch, remove the tether from the
switch to make sure the engine stops immediately.
Lighting
Check the headlight (high and low beam) and taillight. Squeeze the
brake lever to verify the brake light illuminates. Make sure all lights
work properly before operating. See
Power Management
on page 30.
NOTE:
If the brake light does not illuminate when the brake lever is pulled,
check the fuse. If the fuse is blown, inspect the brake lever switch wire
to verify it is not damaged. Replace the fuse. See page 118.
Mirrors (if equipped)
Adjust the mirrors so they can be used to their full advantage.
Operating Area
Before driving away, check your surroundings. Be aware of obstacles
and make sure bystanders are a safe distance from the snowmobile.
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MAINTENANCE
Fuse Replacement
If the engine stops or will not start, or if an electrical component fails to
operate, a fuse may need replacement. Locate and correct any damage
or short circuits that may have caused the blown fuse, then replace the
fuse.
NOTICE:
Always replace a blown fuse with a new fuse having the same
amperage rating of the blown fuse. Never replace a fuse with a fuse of
a higher amperage rating.
12-Volt Receptacle
The 12-volt receptacle is protected by a 2-amp accessory power fuse
located in the protective bag above the clutch cover. If the fuse is blown,
inspect the 12V receptacle power circuit. Repair or replace any damaged
components before replacing the fuse.
Brake Light
The brake light is protected by a 2 amp mini fuse located in the
protective bag above the clutch cover. If the brake light does not
illuminate when the brake lever is pulled, check the fuse. If the fuse is
blown, inspect the brake lever switch wire to verify it is not damaged.
Replace the fuse. See page 118.
NOTICE:
Never replace a fuse with a fuse of a higher amperage rating.
Constant Power Fuse
Models equipped with electric start or an IDD have a battery/electric
start wire harness. The 2 amp constant power fuse is located on the
electric start wire harness next to the battery cables. This fuse protects
KEY ON power at the ignition switch. KEY ON power supplies battery
voltage to the IDD and GPS puck.
If the IDD does not turn on when the key is in the ON position, check
for a blown fuse. If the fuse is blown, inspect the constant power circuit.
Repair or replace any damaged components before replacing the fuse.
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MAINTENANCE
Battery (if equipped)
Battery Installation
8.
Connect and tighten the black (negative) cable last.
CAUTION!
Verify the battery cables and wiring harness do not come into
contact with the brake disc. Move the wiring harness/cables behind the chassis
tube and away from the brake disc.
IMPORTANT:
Route the
BROWN harness ground wires
(A) and BLACK main battery
ground cable (B) as shown in
the image. Both are routed up
and over the rubber strap. If
the ground wires/cable are
routed down the side of the
battery, they may interfere with
the rear side panel tab. Note
the routing of the RED
(positive) battery cable (C) and that the right fender (D) is pulled away
from the chassis. Item (E) is the constant power fuse connector.
9.
Verify that cables are properly routed.
10.
Secure the right fender using the plastic rivet.
11.
Reinstall the console using the two plastic rivets.
12.
Reinstall the side panel.
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WARRANTY
Warranty Coverage and Exclusions
Limitations of Warranties and Remedies
This POLARIS Limited Warranty excludes any failures that are not caused by a defect
in material or workmanship. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER CLAIMS OF
DEFECTIVE DESIGN. This warranty also does not cover acts of God, accidental
damage, normal wear and tear, abuse or improper handling. This warranty also does not
cover any vehicle, component or part that has been altered structurally, modified,
neglected, improperly maintained or used for racing, competition or purposes other than
for which it was designed.
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; 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.
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:
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
Sealants
Lubricants
Coolant
Filters
Fuel