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Arctic Cat: M Series 2005-2011, all models in the M-series chassis
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Old 12-17-2010, 10:35 AM
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I am installing a heated shield on my M7, and have torn the thing apart looking for the acc plug (yel/blk) I have torn apart the console, carefully inspected the right side, checked behind the PV servo, and cannot find it. Where is it?
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Just found it - FYI it is behind the speedometer (in the hood)
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I have been trying to find mine also. It is behind the speedometer??
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I have been trying to find mine also. It is behind the speedometer??
apparently on the 05's, it is in the hood harness. I was able to get to it without removing the speedo. Look for the brown/yellow wires.
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I've got a race pak running from my accessory behind my gauges and want to run a heated visor. If I tie onto my circuit will it over load it? Race pak has a 1 amp fuse in it
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