Polaris Vegas - 2004 Fuse Box Diagram

Polaris Vegas - 2004 Fuse Box Diagram

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SAFETY
Location of Safety and Vehicle Information Labels (VEGAS / VEGAS ANSS)
Location F
FUSE and RELAY LOCATION
(under side cover, on top of fuse box cover)
FUSE BOX REMOVAL
(on base of fuse box)
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COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION
VEGAS / VEGAS ANSS Components
1.
Drive Belt (under guard)
2.
Passenger Seat
3.
Seat Strap
4.
Operator’s Seat
5.
Rear Shock Absorber (access through RH side cover)
6.
Side Cover
7.
Engine Oil Fill Cap/Dipstick
8.
Front Turn Signal
9.
Front Fork
10. Oil Cooler
11. Rear Brake Pedal
12. Operator Foot Rest
13. Engine Oil Drain Plug (under engine)
14. Rear Brake Fluid Reservoir (under side cover)
15. Drive Sprocket (under cover)
16. Fuses (under side cover)
17. Passenger Foot Rest
18. Exhaust Muffler (2)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
18
14
15
16
17
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INSTRUMENTS, FEATURES AND CONTROLS
Side Covers
Your motorcycle is equipped with two removable side covers. Remove the left side cover to access the battery.
Remove the right side cover to access the fuses and the rear brake fluid reservoir.
To remove either side cover, pull the lower corners of the side cover out slightly until lower tab is disengaged. Pull
evenly on upper left and right side to disengage the two top tabs. Remove cover from the motorcycle. Be sure
rubber grommets are in place before reversing the above procedure to install the side covers.
Sidestand
The sidestand is located on the left side of the motorcycle.
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
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.
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MAINTENANCE
Rear Suspension
Adjust Rear Shock Absorber
5.
Load the motorcycle with all the things you intend to carry (cargo and accessories). With the motorcycle in an
upright
position, sit on the operator’s seat with your riding gear on, and if you plan on carrying a passenger,
have that person sit on the passenger seat with riding gear on.
6.
Have your assistant bounce the rear suspension a few times by pushing down on the rear fender slowly and
releasing. Make sure the suspension moves freely without binding.
7.
Without moving the motorcycle, have your assistant measure the distance from the center of the rear axle to the
bottom of the rear fender directly above the axle. This measurement must be taken from the same locations
recorded in step 2.
8.
Subtract the second measurement (step 7) from the first
measurement (recorded in step 2). The difference is called “sag”
and should be 3/4 to 1 1/4 inch (19 to 32 mm).
9.
To adjust the pre-load (change sag dimension):
A. Remove the right side cover.
B. Remove the fuse box from right panel by lifting upward on
the tab at the forward end while pulling the fuse box forward.
C. Remove 3 bolts holding panel to chassis.
D. Press on plastic dart that holds the electrical harness to
separate the harness from the panel.
E. Carefully pull back panel and electrical harness to access the
spring adjuster nut.
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MAINTENANCE
Rear Suspension
Adjust Rear Shock Absorber (Cont.)
10. The uppermost spanner nut on the shock is the locknut (1). The
spanner nut closest to the spring is the adjuster nut (2). Loosen the
locknut by turning it counterclockwise (as viewed from the top of
shock absorber).
11. Adjust shock absorber preload by rotating adjuster nut clockwise (as
viewed from the top of shock absorber) to DECREASE the sag
measurement, and counterclockwise to INCREASE the sag
measurement.
12. Re-check sag dimension after adjustment.
13. Tighten lock nut securely against adjuster nut when adjustment is
complete.
14. Reinstall electrical harness to right panel and slide fusebox into
position.
15. Securely tighten the 3 bolts that secure the panel to the chassis.
16. Re-install the right side cover.
1. Preload Adjustment Collar Locknut
2. Preload Adjustment Collar
3. Reduce Sag Measurement
4. Increase Sag Measurement
1
2
3
4
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MAINTENANCE
Seat Removal and Installation
There are two separate seats, the operator’s seat and the passenger seat. It is not necessary to remove the passenger
seat for regular maintenance. The passenger seat mounting screws are located on each side of the seat under the
chrome covers.
Always make sure the seats are securely fastened before riding the motorcycle. A loose seat could
cause a sudden shift in riding position, causing loss of control.
WARNING
1.
Remove the right and left side covers.
2.
Remove the fuse box from the bracket (see page 28).
3.
Remove the screws located on the right and left sides of
the operator’s seat.
4.
Lift the rear of the seat and pull rearward and up to
remove.
5.
To reinstall the seat, slide the tongue of the seat into the
rubber mount at rear of fuel tank.
6.
Push down on the rear of the seat until the screw holes
align.
7.
Ensure the front seat mount is engaged in the front
rubber mount, then install the screws and tighten securely.
8.
Reinstall the fuse box and the left and right side covers.
1. Remove Side Covers
2. Remove Fuse Box and
Right Seat Screw
3. Remove Left Seat Screw
4. Lift Rear of Seat, Pull
Rearward
2
3
4
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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
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.
Notice
If your VICTORY motorcycle will not be used for a period of 6 weeks or longer, a maintenance charger
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.
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MAINTENANCE
Fuses
Use only recommended amperage fuses to avoid damage to the electrical system.
Caution
1.
Remove the right side cover and release the fuse box from the bracket.
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. A spare 15 amp fuse is located in the fuse box.
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 fuse box to the bracket.
NOTE:
The fuse box assembly can be removed by lifting the lever tab at the front
of the fuse box and sliding the box forward to release from bracket. (See page 28)
6.
Reinstall the side cover and the operator’s seat.
Fuse Application
Fuse Size
Engine / ECM
15 amp
Fuel Pump
10 amp
Headlamp / Brake Lamp
15 amp
Tail Lamp, Flashers, Indicator Lamp, Horn
15 amp
Ignition / Gauges
15 amp
Spare Fuse
15 amp
1
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SPECIFICATIONS
Model Year 2004
VEGAS
VEGAS ANSS
Wheels and Tires
Front Wheel Type/Size
40 Spoke
21 x 2.15 in
Billet
21 x 2.15 in
Rear Wheel Type Size
40 Spoke
18 x 5.0 in
Billet
18 x 5.0 in.
Front Tire Type/Size
Dunlop CRUISEMAX
80/90 - 21
48H
Dunlop CRUISEMAX
80/90 - 21
48H
Rear Tire Type/Size
Dunlop D417 (180/55-B18
74V)
Dunlop D417 (180/55-B18 74V)
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
Engine / ECM
15 amp
15 amp
Fuel Pump
10 amp
10 amp
Headlamp / Brake Lamp
15 amp
15 amp
Tail Lamp, Flashers,
Indicator Lamps, Horn
15 amp
15 amp
Ignition / Gauges
15 amp
15 amp
Bulbs
Headlamp (International)
High: H8 / Low H11 (H4)
High: H8 / Low H11 (H4)
Taillight
Non-Serviceable LED
Non-Serviceable LED
Turn Signal
R10W
R10W
Indicator
2.3 Watt Wedge Base
2.3 Watt Wedge Base
* Cast and billet wheels are tubeless. Laced wheels require tubes.