Polaris MSX 140 - 2004 Fuse Box Diagram

Polaris MSX 140 - 2004 Fuse Box Diagram

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MAINTENANCE AND LUBRICATION
Steering Cable Inspection
1.
The handlebars and steering nozzle should operate
smoothly. If movement is stiff, see your authorized
Polaris dealer for service.
2.
Turn the handlebars from lock to lock and check to
be sure that the clearances between the steering
nozzle and the rear hull are even on both sides. If
the alignment is not even, see your authorized
Polaris dealer for service.
Throttle Cable Inspection
1.
Depress and release the throttle lever. It should
return to its initial position smoothly. If it doesn’t,
see your authorized Polaris dealer for service.
2.
Throttle lever free-play should not exceed
.020
-.060
(.5-1.5 mm). If it does, see your
authorized Polaris dealer for service.
Fuses
The NGI is protected by
a 2 amp fuse. There are
also two 15 amp inline
fuses on the chassis
harness for the fuel
pump and any battery
powered accessories.
After changing a fuse, always reinstall the weathertight
cover to keep the fuses dry.
.020-.060
(.5-1.5 mm)
Battery
Fuel Pump
NGI
15AMP
F
A
15AMP
2AMP
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ENGINE TROUBLESHOOTING
Engine Doesn’t Turn Over
Possible Cause
Solution
Blown fuse
Replace the fuse
Low battery voltage
Recharge battery to 12.5 VDC
Loose battery connections or ground
Check all connections and tighten as needed
Hydrolock (water in engine)
See your Polaris dealer
Loose starter relay (solenoid) connections
Check all connections and tighten
Lanyard lock plate not in place
Install lock plate under shut-off switch
Engine Turns Over But Doesn’t Start
Possible Cause
Solution
Out of fuel
Refuel
Old or non-recommended fuel
Replace with new fuel
Fouled or defective spark plugs
Inspect plugs, replace as needed
Crankcase filled with water or fuel
See your Polaris dealer
Clogged fuel filter
Replace the filter
Low battery voltage
Recharge battery to 12.5 VDC
Mechanical failure
See your Polaris dealer
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CALIFORNIA EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM LIMITED WARRANTY
POLARIS WATERCRAFT ENGINES
YOUR WARRANTY RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS
The California Air Resources Board and Polaris Industries, Inc. (Polar-
is) are pleased to explain the California emission control systemlimited
warranty on your Model Year 2002 or later Polaris watercraft engine.
In California, new watercraft engines must be designed, built and
equipped to meet the State’s stringent anti-smog standards.
Polaris
must warrant the emission control system on your watercraft engine for
the periods of time listed below provided there has been no abuse, ne-
glect, or improper maintenance of your watercraft engine.
Your emission control system includes the direct fuel injection system
and the ignition system. Also included may be other emission-related
assemblies as indicated in the list of warranted parts. Where a warrant-
able condition exists, Polaris will repair your watercraft engine at no
cost to you, including diagnosis, parts, and labor. This includes diag-
nostic labor that is directly associated with a defectiveemission-related
warranted part. The diagnosis and repair must be performed at an au-
thorized Polaris dealer.
MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY COVERAGE:
Polaris warrants to the ultimate California purchaser and each subse-
quent California purchaser thereafter that this new watercraft engine
sold in California to a California resident is:
Designed,built,andequippedsoasto conform,at thetime ofsale,
to all applicable regulations adopted by the California Air Resources
Board.
Freefromdefectsinmaterial andworkmanship thatcause thefail-
ure of a warranted part to be identical in all material respects to that part
as described in Polaris’ application for certification. In practical terms,
a defect exists when a deficiency in materials or workmanship causes
an emission-related part to not function as designed.
The limited warranty begins on the date the watercraft is delivered to
the ultimate California purchaser or, as in the case of a demonstration
engine or watercraft, on the date it is first put in service. The warranty
period of the watercraft engine will be 4 years or 250 hours of use,
whichever occurs first.
Select emission control parts from model year 2002and laterwatercraft
enginesarewarrantedfor4years, orfor 250hours ofuse, orfor theperi-
od prior to the first scheduled replacement of the warranted part as re-
quired by the maintenance schedule in the owner’s manual or other
written instructions provided by Polaris, whichever occurs first. How-
ever, warranty coverage based on the hourly period is only permitted
for watercraft engines equipped with appropriate hour meters or their
equivalent. The electronic engine management module in your water-
craft engine contains a very accurate clock (i.e., hour meter) that accu-
mulates engine run time. This clock will be used by Polaris to limit
warranty coverage to 250 hours of use, within the first 4 years. Warran-
ty coverage expires after 4 years, regardless of the hours of use. If any
emission-related part is defective under warranty, the part will be re-
paired or replaced by Polaris.