Polaris Touring Cruiser Deluxe - 2002 Fuse Box Diagram

Polaris Touring Cruiser Deluxe - 2002 Fuse Box Diagram

Motorcycle Description
26
(Deluxe Touring Cruiser Right Side Shown)
1. Seat Strap
2. Drive Belt (under guard) - page 77
3. Rear Shock Absorber (under seat) -
page 82
4. Side Cover - page 43
5. Engine Oil Fill Cap/Dipstick - page 75
6. Headlamp - page 38
7. Steering Lock - page 29
14.Drive Sprocket (under cover) - page 77
15.Rear Brake Fluid Reservoir
(under side cover) - page 96
16.Passenger’s Foot Rest
17.Fuses (under side cover) - page 108
18.Evaporative Canister - Calif. Models
(under seat) - page 87
8. Front Turn Signal/Running Light -
page 38
9. Front Fork - page 85
10.Oil Cooler
11.Rear Brake Pedal - page 41
12.Operator’s Foot Rest
13.Engine Oil Drail Plug (under engine) -
page 74
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4
5
2
1
10
6
7
8
9
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Instruments and Controls
43
Side Covers
The motorcycle is equipped with 2 removable side covers. Remove the left side cover to access the battery,
and remove the right side cover to access the fuses and the rear brake fluid reservoir.
To remove either side cover, remove the operator’s seat (see page 104) and pull the lower corners of the side
cover out and away from the motorcycle. Lift the side cover up and off the motorcycle. Reverse this
procedure to install the side cover.
Sidestand
The sidestand is located on the left side of the motorcycle.
Correctly retract the sidestand before operating the motorcycle. The sidestand could come into
contact with the ground and cause you to lose control of the motorcycle.
WARNING
To extend the sidestand, swing it out from the end until it is fully extended. Lean the motorcycle toward the
sidestand until the sidestand firmly supports the motorcycle.
To retract the sidestand, lean the motorcycle away from the sidestand until the motorcycle is fully upright.
Swing the sidestand back into its fully retracted position.
Maintenance
105
Battery
The motorcycle uses a permanently sealed, maintenance--free battery. Do not remove the battery cap strip for
any reason. Keep the battery connections clean and tight at all times.
The battery contains sulfuric acid, which can cause severe burns. Do not allow sulfuric acid to
contact skin, eyes, or clothing.
Antidotes:
External: Flush with water.
Internal: Drink large quantities of water or milk. Follow with milk of magnesia, beaten eggs, or
vegetable oil. Call physician immediately.
Eyes: Flush with water for 15 minutes and get prompt medical attention.
WARNING
Notice
IfyourVictory motorcyclewillnotbe used for aperiod of6 weeksor longer, a maintenancecharger
should be connected to the battery. A fused maintenance charger connection is provided beneath the left side
cover. The connector is designed for use with the Victory Maintenance Charger available at your authorized
Victory dealer.
Maintenance
108
Electrical Equipment
Replace Fuses
Use only recommended amperage fuses or you can damage the electrical system.
Caution
1.
Remove the operator’s seat and the right side cover.
2.
Release the tabs on each side of the fuse box cover, and remove the cover.
3.
Remove the damaged fuse from the fuse box and seat the new fuse firmly in its place.
4.
Reinstall the fuse box cover with the double cutout toward
the front of the motorcycle. The fuse box decal should be
readable from the right side of the motorcycle.
5.
Reinstall the side cover and the operator’s seat.
Fuse Application
Fuse Size
Ignition/Coil
15 amp
Horn/Brake/Headlamp
20 amp
Flashers
15 amp
Powertrain Control Module (PCM)
20 amp
Fuel Pump
10 amp
1. Fuse Box
1
Specifications
138
Model Year 2002
V92TC
Touring Cruiser
V92TC
Deluxe Touring Cruiser
Wheels and Tires
Front Wheel Type/Size
Cast 5 Spoke
16 x 3 in
Laced 40 Spoke
16 x 3 in
Rear Wheel Type Size
Cast 5 Spoke
16 x 3 in
Laced 40 Spoke
16 x 3.5 in
Front Tire Type/Size
Dunlop 491 Elite II
MT90 B16 71H
Dunlop 491 Elite II
MT90 B16 71H
(use with inner tube)
Rear Wheel Type/Size
Dunlop D417
160/80 B16 75H
Dunlop D417
160/80 B16 75H
(use with inner tube)
Lights and Fuses
Fuses
Ignition/Coil/Speedo
15 amp
15 amp
Horn/Brake/Headlamp
20 amp
20 amp
Flashers
15 amp
15 amp
PCM
20 amp
20 amp
Fuel Pump
10 amp
10 amp
Bulbs
Headlamp (Intl.)
ANSI HG024XV (H4)
ANSI HG024XV (H4)
Driving Lights
ANSI 4449
ANSI 4449
Taillight
ANSI 198
ANSI 198
Running/Front Turn
ANSI 198
ANSI 198
Rear Turn Signals
ANSI 199
ANSI 199
UK Front Position Light
ANSI 193
ANSI 193
Index
145
Fuel system
Checking crankcase ventilation hose and connec-
tions, 87
Checking hoses and connections, 87
Fuel tank removal and installation, 87
Maintenance intervals, 71
Fuses
Location, 26
Replacement, 108
Specifications, 138
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Gasoline.
See
Fuel
Gear ratios, 137
Gear shift lever, Location, 24
Gear shift pattern, 62
Gear shift pedal
Adjustment, 98
Function, 41
Maintenance intervals, 73
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVRW)
Description, 10
Examples, 11
Specifications, 135
H
Hazardous materials, handling, 69
Headlamp
Adjustment, 109
Checking operation, 46
High beam indicator light, 33
High/low beam switch
Function, 38
Location, 38
Location, 24
Maintenance intervals, 73
Headlamp high beam indicator dimmer (MFD), 35
Horn
Checking operation, 46
Location, 24
Horn button
Function, 38
Location, 38
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Identification numbers
Engine, 27
Ignition key, 28
Vehicle, 27