Polaris Touring Cruiser - 2003 Fuse Box Diagram

Polaris Touring Cruiser - 2003 Fuse Box Diagram

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SAFETY
Location of Safety and Vehicle Information Labels (Classic Cruiser)
Location A (on subframe)
Location B (on subframe)
(Information will vary by model)
Engine Identification
Number Label
Location D
(on left crankcase half)
Location C (in fuse box cover)
HEADLAMP
RELA
Y
(RELAISDE
PHARE)
PCMDIODE
PCM
RELA
Y
(RELAISDEPCM)
FUELPUMP
RELA
Y
(RELAISDEPOMPE
ÀCARBURANT)
HORN,BRAKE,
HEADLAMP
(KLAXON,FREINS,PHARE)
20A
IGNITION,COIL
(ALLUMAGE,BOBINE)
15A
TOPWRCORD
(VERSLECORDOND°ALIMENT
ATION)
FLASHERS
(CLIGNOT ANT)
15A
FUELPUMP
(POMPEÀ
CARBURANT)
10A
PCM
20A
ST
ARTERDIODE
(DÉMARREURÀ
DIODE)
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SAFETY
Location of Safety and Vehicle Information Labels (Touring Cruiser)
Location A (Under Seat)
Location B (Information Will Vary By Model)
Engine Identification
Number Label
Location D
(On Left Crankcase Half)
Location C (In Fuse Box Cover)
HEADLAMP
RELA
Y
(RELAISDE
PHARE)
PCMDIODE
PCM
RELA
Y
(RELAISDEPCM)
FUELPUMP
RELA
Y
(RELAISDEPOMPE
ÀCARBURANT)
HORN,BRAKE,
HEADLAMP
(KLAXON,FREINS,PHARE)
20A
IGNITION,COIL
(ALLUMAGE,BOBINE)
15A
TOPWRCORD
(VERSLECORDOND°ALIMENT
ATION)
FLASHERS
(CLIGNOT ANT)
15A
FUELPUMP
(POMPEÀ
CARBURANT)
10A
PCM
20A
ST
ARTERDIODE
(DÉMARREURÀ
DIODE)
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COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION
Classic Cruiser Components
1.
Drive Belt (under guard)
2.
Passenger’s Seat
3.
Seat Strap
4.
Helmet Holders (under seat)
5.
Operator’s Seat
6.
Rear Shock Absorber (under seat)
7.
Side Cover
8.
Engine Oil Fill Cap/Dipstick
9.
Headlamp
10. Steering Lock
11. Front Turn Signal/Running Light
12. Front Fork
13. Oil Cooler
14. Rear Brake Pedal
15. Operator’s Foot Rest
16. Engine Oil Drain Plug (under engine)
17. Rear Brake Fluid Reservoir (under side cover)
18. Drive Sprocket (under cover)
19. Passenger Foot Rest
20. Fuses (under side cover)
21. Exhaust Muffler (2)
22. Taillight
23. Rear Turn Signal
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
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COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION
Touring Cruiser Components
1.
Seat Strap
2.
Drive Belt (under guard)
3.
Rear Shock Absorber (under seat)
4.
Side Cover
5.
Engine Oil Fill Cap/Dipstick
6.
Headlamp
7.
Steering Lock
8.
Front Turn Signal/Running Light
9.
Front Fork
10. Oil Cooler
11. Rear Brake Pedal
12. Operator’s Foot Rest
13. Engine Oil Drain Plug (under engine)
14. Drive Sprocket (under cover)
15. Rear Brake Fluid Reservoir (under side cover)
16. Passenger’s Foot Rest
17. Fuses (under side cover)
18. Evaporative Canister
(under seat) (California Models)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
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INSTRUMENTS, FEATURES AND CONTROLS
Side Covers
Yourmotorcycleisequippedwithtworemovablesidecovers.Removetheleftsidecovertoaccessthebattery.
Removetherightsidecovertoaccessthefusesandtherearbrakefluidreservoir.
Toremoveeithersidecover,removetheoperator’sseat(seepage135)andpullthelowercornersofthesidecover
outandawayfromthemotorcycleuntillowertabisdisengaged. Liftthesidecoverupuntiltoppinsareclearof
themountinggrommets,thenremovecoverfromthemotorcycle.Reversethisproceduretoinstallthesidecover.
Sidestand
Thesidestandislocatedontheleftsideofthemotorcycle.
Correctly retract the sidestand before operating the motorcycle. An improperly retracted sidestand
could come into contact with the ground and cause loss of control.
WARNING
Toextendthesidestand,swingitoutfromtheenduntilitisfullyextended.Leanthemotorcycletowardthe
sidestanduntilthesidestandfirmlysupportsthemotorcycle.
Toretractthesidestand,leanthemotorcycleawayfromthesidestanduntilthemotorcycleisfullyupright.Swing
thesidestandbackintoitsfullyretractedposition.
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MAINTENANCE
Battery
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
Themotorcycleusesapermanentlysealed,maintenance-freebattery.Donotremovethebatterycapstripforany
reason.Keepthebatteryconnectionscleanandtightatalltimes.
Notice
IfyourVictorymotorcyclewillnotbeusedforaperiodof6weeksorlonger,amaintenancecharger
shouldbeconnectedtothebattery.Afusedmaintenancechargerconnectionisprovidedbeneaththeleftsidecover.The
connectorisdesignedforusewiththeVictoryMaintenanceChargeravailableatyourauthorizedVictorydealer.
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MAINTENANCE
Fuses
Useonlyrecommendedamperagefusesoryoucandamagetheelectricalsystem.
Caution
1. Removetheseatandtherightsidecover.
2. Releasethetabsoneachsideofthefusebox
cover,andremovethecover.
3. Removethedamagedfusefromthefuseboxandseatthenewfusefirmlyinitsplace.
4. Reinstallthefuseboxcoverwiththedoublecutouttowardthefrontofthemotorcycle.Thefuseboxdecal
shouldbereadablefromtherightsideofthemotorcycle.
5. Reinstallthesidecoverandtheoperator’sseat.
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
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WARRANTIES
Emissions Control System Warranty
VictoryMotorcycles,PolarisSalesInc.-EmissionControlSystemWarrantyStatement
Your Warranty Rights and Obligations
TheCaliforniaAirResourcesBoardandVictoryMotorcycleDivision,PolarisSalesInc.(hereinafterVictory)arepleasedtoexplaintheemission
controlsystemwarrantyonyour2003orlaterVictorymotorcycle.InCalifornia,newmotorvehiclesmustbedesigned,builtandequippedto
meetthestate’sstringentanti-smogstandards.Victorymustwarranttheemissioncontrolsystemonyourmotorcyclefortheperiodsoftimelisted
belowprovidedtherehasbeennoabuse,neglectorimpropermaintenanceofyourmotorcycle.
Youremissioncontrolsystemmayincludepartssuchasthefuel-injectionsystem,theignitionsystem,catalyticconverterandenginecomputer.
Alsoincludedmaybehoses,belts,connectorsandotheremission-relatedassemblies.
Whereawarrantableconditionexists,Victorywillrepairyourmotorcycleatnocosttoyou,includingdiagnosis,partsandlabor.
Manufacturer’s Warranty Coverage
ClassIIImotorcycles(280ccandlarger):foraperiodofuseoffive(5)yearsor30,000kilometers(18,641miles),whicheverfirstoccurs.
Ifanemission-relatedpartonyourmotorcycleisdefective,thepartwillberepairedorreplacedbyVictory.Thisisyouremissioncontrolsystem
DEFECTSWARRANTY.
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WARRANTIES
Owner’s Warranty Responsibilities
Asthemotorcycleowner,youareresponsiblefortheperformanceoftherequiredmaintenancelistedinyourowner’smanual.Victory
recommendsthatyouretainallreceiptscoveringmaintenanceonyourmotorcycle,butVictorycannotdenywarrantysolelyforthelackof
receiptsorforyourfailuretoensuretheperformanceofallscheduledmaintenance.
YouareresponsibleforpresentingyourmotorcycletoaVictorydealerassoonasaproblemexists.Thewarrantyrepairsshouldbecompletedin
areasonableamountoftime,nottoexceed30days.
Asthemotorcycleowner,youshouldbeawarethatVictorymaydenyyourwarrantycoverageifyourmotorcycleorparthasfailedduetoabuse,
neglect,impropermaintenanceorunapprovedmodifications.
Ifyouhaveanyquestionsregardingyourwarrantyrightsandresponsibilities,youshouldcontactVictoryMotorcycleDivision,PolarisSales
Inc.,P.O.Box47700,Hamel,Minnesota55340-9960,ortheCaliforniaAirResourcesBoard,P.O.Box8001,9528TelstarAvenue,ElMonte,
CA91734-8001.
VictoryMotorcycleDivision,PolarisSalesInc.-LimitedWarrantyonEmissionControlSystem
VictoryMotorcycleDivision,PolarisSalesInc.,(hereinafterVictory)warrantsthateachnew2003andlaterVictoryMotorcyclethatincludesas
standardequipmentaheadlight,taillightandstoplight,andisstreetlegal:
A. isdesigned,builtandequippedsoastoconformatthetimeofinitialretailpurchaseswithallapplicableregulationsoftheUnitedStates
EnvironmentalProtectionAgency,andtheCaliforniaAirResourcesBoard;and
B. isfreefromdefectsinmaterialandworkmanshipwhichcausesuchmotorcycletofailtoconformwithapplicableregulationsoftheUnited
StatesEnvironmentalProtectionAgencyortheCaliforniaAirResourcesBoardforaperiodofuse,dependingontheenginedisplacement,of
12,000kilometers(7,456miles),ifthemotorcycle’senginedisplacementislessthan170cubiccentimeters;of18,000kilometers(11,185miles),
ifthemotorcycle’senginedisplacementisequalorgreaterthan170cubiccentimetersbutlessthan280cubiccentimeters;orof30,000kilometers
(18,641miles),ifthemotorcycle’senginedisplacementis280cubiccentimetersorgreater;or5(five)yearsfromthedateofinitialretaildelivery,
whicheveroccursfirst.
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WARRANTIES
III. Limited Liability
A. TheliabilityofVictoryunderthisEmissionControlSystemWarrantyislimitedsolelytotheremedyingofdefectsinmaterialorwork-
manshipbyanauthorizedVictorymotorcycledealeratitsplaceofbusinessduringcustomarybusinesshours.Thiswarrantydoesnotcover
inconvenienceorlossofuseofthemotorcycleortransportationofthemotorcycletoorfromtheVictorydealer.VICTORYSHALLNOT
BELIABLEFORANYOTHEREXPENSES,LOSSORDAMAGE,WHETHERDIRECT,INCIDENTAL,CONSEQUENTIALOR
EXEMPLARYARISINGINCONNECTIONWITHTHESALEORUSEOFORINABILITYTOUSETHEVICTORYMOTOR-
CYCLEFORANYPURPOSE.SOMESTATESDONOTALLOWTHEEXCLUSIONORLIMITATIONOFANYINCIDENTALOR
CONSEQUENTIALDAMAGES,SOTHEABOVELIMITATIONSMAYNOTAPPLYTOYOU.
B. NOEXPRESSEMISSIONCONTROLSYSTEMWARRANTYISGIVENBYVICTORYEXCEPTASSPECIFICALLYSET
FORTHHEREIN.ANYEMISSIONCONTROLSYSTEMWARRANTYIMPLIEDBYLAW,INCLUDINGANYWARRANTYOF
MERCHANTABILITYORFITNESSFORAPARTICULARPURPOSE,ISLIMITEDTOTHEEXPRESSEMISSIONCONTROL
SYSTEMWARRANTYTERMSSTATEDINTHISWARRANTY.THEFOREGOINGSTATEMENTSOFWARRANTYAREEX-
CLUSIVEANDINLIEUOFALLOTHERREMEDIES.SOMESTATESDONOTALLOWLIMITATIONSONHOWLONGAN
IMPLIEDWARRANTYLASTSSOTHEABOVELIMITATIONSMAYNOTAPPLYTOYOU.
C. NodealerisauthorizedtomodifythisVictoryLimitedEmissionControlSystemWarranty.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Model Year 2003
Classic Cruiser
Touring Cruiser
Wheels and Tires
Front Wheel Type/Size
Cast 5 Spoke
16 x 3 in
Cast 5 Spoke
16 x 3 in
Rear Wheel Type Size
Cast 5 Spoke
16 x 3.5 in
Cast 5 Spoke
16 x 3 in
Front Tire Type/Size
Dunlop 491 Elite II
MT90B/16 71H
Dunlop 491 Elite II
MT90 B16 71H
Rear Wheel Type/Size
Dunlop D417
160/80B/16 75H
Dunlop D417
160/80 B16 75H
Electrical
Alternator
38 Amp Max Output
38 Amp Max Output
Battery
12 Volts 18 Amp Hour
12 Volts 18 Amp Hour
Lights and Fuses
Fuses
Ignition / Coil
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)
Taillight
ANSI 198
ANSI 198
Running/Front Turn
ANSI 198
ANSI 198
Rear Turn Signals
ANSI 199
ANSI 199
UK Models Front Position Light
ANSI 193
ANSI 193