Polaris MSX 150 - 2004 Fuse Box Diagram

Polaris MSX 150 - 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
After changing a fuse, always reinstall the
weather-tight cover to keep the fuses dry.
The NGI is protected
by a 2 amp fuse block,
which is located near
the battery and ECU.
There are also two
inline fuses on the
chassis harness for the
fuel pump and any
battery powered accessories.
The engine is protected
by two other fuse
blocks, also located near
the battery and ECU.
The stator is protected
by one 30 amp fuse and
the main relay is
protected by three 15 amp fuses. See illustration.
There are also two spare fuses, a 15 amp and a 30 amp.
.020-.060
(.5-1.5 mm)
Battery
Fuel Pump
NGI
15 Amp
F
A
10 Amp
2 Amp
Spare
Stator
Spare
15 Amp
30 Amp
30 Amp
Main Relay
15 Amp
15 Amp
15 Amp
Main Relay
Main Relay
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ENGINE TROUBLESHOOTING
Engine Doesn’t Turn Over
Possible Cause
Solution
See Page
Blown fuse
Replace the fuse
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Low battery voltage
Recharge battery to 12.8 VDC
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Loose battery connections or ground
Check all connections and tighten as needed
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Hydrolock (water in engine)
See your Polaris dealer
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Loose starter relay (solenoid) connections
Check all connections and tighten
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Lanyard lock plate not in place
Install lock plate under shut-off switch
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Engine Turns Over But Doesn’t Start
Possible Cause
Solution
See Page
Out of fuel
Refuel with fresh recommended fuel
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Old or non-recommended fuel
Replace with fresh recommended fuel
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Fouled or defective spark plugs
Inspect plugs, replace as needed
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Crankcase filled with water or fuel
See your Polaris dealer
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Clogged fuel filter
See your Polaris dealer or replace the filter
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Low battery voltage
Recharge battery to 12.8 VDC
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Mechanical failure
See your Polaris dealer
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