My replacement (OEM Bosch) sensor started sending erratic signals to dash. Temp would jump 30 degrees instantly— up and down.
Investigated problem in shop and realized it is a loose connection at the sensor socket to pigtail interface. I might de-pin the connector to squeeze socket tighter or tin the blades on sensor itself.The current quick fix is two zip ties keeping tension on the plug to socket connection.
That connector looks like the ones on my old Nytro....think I have a few left....yahoo...but do I need it????
Hoping you can help on this.....so I'm clear. The 2019 temp sensor is now the 2020 polaris temp sensor which is equivalent to or is the bosch sensor. So ...if/when my 2019 sensor fails, I will need a pigtail with the bosch sensor plug on one end and whatever plug/receptacle mates to the polaris harness on the other end......AND...it sounds like the 2019 and 2020 have different harness plugs/receptacles???
We do this on heavy equipment all the time, and it's always a PITA, but if I can figure out the pigtail, I can get everything prepped and made so it's an easy fix.
came home and tinned the socket blades with a little solder. Tough to push on now but there was a solid click. Pigtail still runs straight up. Sensor outputting ok in shop. More on snow testing tomorrow. ??
Have you checked the top yellow plug to make sure your not losing contact there too? Just heard of that spot too.
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I just put the napa sensor and pigtail on my sled today as the stock was BACK ORDERED through polaris. I didn't realize that the napa parts were just about exactly double the money at 88 bucks for both. Is the napa a better, more durable solution or why are we not just getting the stock sensors from polaris.
I just put the napa sensor and pigtail on my sled today as the stock was back ordered through polaris. I didn't realize that the napa parts were just about exactly double the money at 88 bucks for both. Is the napa a better, more durable solution or why are we not just getting the stock sensors from polaris.