Polaris Virage - 2003 Fuse Box Diagram

Polaris Virage - 2003 Fuse Box Diagram

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FEATURES
Engine Components
Under Seat Engine Compartment
1.
Spark plugs
2.
Air intake cover
3.
Exhaust pipe
4.
Water temperature sensor
5.
Exhaust cooling hose
6.
Exhaust silencer
7.
Engine water outlet hose (underneath thermostat assembly)
8.
Water manifold
9.
Thermostat assembly
10. Electrical box (circuit breaker and fuses)
11. Fuel/water separator
12. Exhaust coolant filter
13. Air filter
14. Battery
15. Bilge pump
16. Starter solenoid
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MAINTENANCE AND LUBRICATION
Choke Cable Inspection
Pull the choke knob to make sure the choke
cable is operating smoothly.
When the knob is pulled out (2), the choke
valve is fully closed (the choke is
on); when the knob is in (1), the
valve is fully open (the choke is
off).
There should be minimal choke
cable slack. If the choke is not
functioning properly, have it
serviced by your authorized Polaris dealer.
Circuit Breaker
The electrical system is protected
with a 15 amp circuit breaker.
NOTE:
DI models have two 15
amp circuit breakers. To reset the
circuit breaker, locate and push the
reset buttons (A) on top of the
electrical box.
Fuses
Carb Models
The MFI is protected by a 1/4
amp fuse (B) and the bilge
pump is protected by a 3 amp
fuse (C).
Inspect the fuses every season
to ensure fuses are not blown.
There are spare fuses in the
electrical box.
DI Models
The MFI is protected by a 2
amp fuse and the bilge pump
is protected by a 3 amp fuse.
NOTE:
DI models may have two 15 amp in-line fuses (located on the
chassis harness) in place of the circuit breakers.
1
2
A
A
OR
C
B