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Old 12-09-2010, 12:26 PM
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Hoping some one could help me out, Started sled up today to go for a short ride and noticed I have nothing working on the dash. No speedo,tach,warning lights, no headlight, tail light and no warmers. Tether key is on all the way runs fine, took it down the trail for 5 mins or so runs wide open fine what else could it be? both fuses I know of (on right side behind choke lever) are good. everything worked a week ago when I ran it around home and got it ready for season. Thanks for any input. Adam.
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Check all harness plugs to see if tight and pushed all the way in...then second...pull loom off wiring and make sure no rubbed spots evident...from hood connector to engine..
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I will check it thanks again. where would the most common spot be if its rubbed? hood hinge area I would guess?

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It's the relay...small black relay zip-tied above/behind the secondary clutch. NAPA # AR201 is a cheap replacement. Common, carry a spare.
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It's the relay...small black relay zip-tied above/behind the secondary clutch. NAPA # AR201 is a cheap replacement. Common, carry a spare.
yes i forgot about those...mine are by the regulator in the right side of the bulkhead in front of the engine
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thanks guys I will look in both spots I also have a black circut breaker next to the fuses on right side wondering what that is or if that is what you guys are tlking about. In any case I will check both spots thanks again. Iguess they're bound to go out some time. they are only 7 YEARS OLD!
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LET THERE BE LIGHT!!! thanks a million guys. My relay was located behind right side panel next to fuses napa #AR201 is the one! #AR143 relay comes with the mounting tab to screw it back to original spot. Thanks again. I bought 3.
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its a relay under the hood right above the air box.. its like 35 bucks or you can get one at the auto parts for cheaper... but yea goodluck..
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Funny, I just had the same problem. I found a nice firm "WHACK" with a screwdriver handle on the relay workes wonders! Though I did promptly get a few new ones when we got back home.
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