Ivan Cingel 36,101 views 1:18 AWD problem - Duration: 1:57. Thanks, ChuckReplyDeleteRepliesKA7OEIDecember 15, 2014 at 1:42 PMHi Chuck,Getting into the repair business is not a "can of worms" that I'd care to open at this time, having been involved in this It is usually in between 12-13 ( I cannot remember off hand the exact amount). If you have voltage then the problem could be warped armature or broken sprague cage inside front diff....this is a common problem. http://europrolink.com/polaris-sportsman/polaris-magnum-500-awd-not-working.php
This is a small, black transistor located next to the TIP48. Needle turns easily and the front has been removed before. However, if you have one hub engaging and the other not, you can simply mix and match parts until you find the culprit. I used to use it from time to time in my 3 other Polaris's in the past when the Polaris fluid was not available.
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I suggest that you find someone versed in electronics to help you out if you need to do so. You shouldn't have to remove the spindle from the hub, HOWEVER, if you do, you have to be extremely careful that you DO NOT disrupt the CV joint. Not sure what it is but figure its what makes the needle turn. Polaris Sportsman 500 Speedometer Not Working Once the rear tires rotate about 1/8th of a turn (which is barely noticeable), the front hubs engage.
Just make sure that you take into account any differences in the pinout of the replacement transistor! Polaris Sportsman 500 Awd Not Working I just purchased a 99 sportsman 500 that had a bad battery and apparently impacted the system. Could be dirty or no fluid in one of the hubs,damage to the awd components inside the hub,etc. Figure 5: The newly-repaired speedometer.
Other trademarks on this page are the property of their respective owners. 2004 Polaris Sportsman 500 4x4 Problems checked the fluid in the differential and there was none in it. I spliced into the brown wires coming up from the hub actuators, right at the white two-pin connectors under the front cover, and I grounded the newly spliced wires to a Trikemaster is offline Quote Quick Reply post #3 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-12-2010, 01:15 PM Trikemaster Senior Member Join Date: Nov 2009 Location: Escondido, Ca.
In testing the speedometer after the repair I applied 20 volts to it and the main regulator transistor soon got too hot to touch: If this had been a hot, summer http://atvconnection.com/forums/polaris/345352-01-magnum-325-4x4-not-working.html I thought the needle should turn extra easily the one I took out of my truck did. Polaris Sportsman 500 4x4 Wont Engage Up next Polaris Sportsman 500 4x4 AWD fix - Duration: 1:46. 2007 Polaris Sportsman 500 Awd Not Working Get atv on a stand and put the 4x4 on and slowly press the throttle you should see one wheel spinning in the rear and one wheel spinning in the front.
Not having seen one of those speedos myself, I really can't offer any specific advice as to what goes wrong with them other than to look for similar-type problems - and, http://europrolink.com/polaris-sportsman/polaris-700-4x4-not-working.php Ask an Expert Car Questions Motorcycle Questions How JustAnswer Works: Ask an Expert Experts are full of valuable knowledge and are ready to help with any question. Working... Posts: 377 polaris 500... Polaris Sportsman 400 4x4 Not Working
When putting the face plate back on, remember to re-install the black push-rod that operates the button! goproatver 1,172 views 3:10 2004 Polaris Sportsman 600 AWD Fix - Duration: 1:50. After 5 or 6 hours of testing and learning how to read a wiring diagram I finally found the problem. click site Posts: 377 It is hard to tell what kind of damage until you take it apart.
Sign in 30 1 Don't like this video? 2005 Polaris Sportsman 500 4x4 Not Working I took apart the speedo as suggested and found both capacitors with obvious visual failures. Connecting one side (the shell of the connector going to the speaker) to ground and the inner pin to that which would go to the wheel sensor and then *slowly* increase
What (probably) happens: It's probably not the high voltage that actually kills the speedometer: The voltage regulator circuit in the speedometer seems to be fairly robust, using high voltage (>=300 volt) I happened to have some ZTX458 transistors - devices that had equal or better voltage/current specs than the original - laying around from another project and used one of them. After going around several times, applying a bit of twisting and/or prying force, the module will hopefully break loose and gradually come out. 2002 Polaris Sportsman 500 4x4 Not Working Working...
We have been down this road before and many people here have been riding and repairingPolaris atv's for many years. Mark Jenkins 44,542 views 12:02 Loading more suggestions... Diodes (in general) have a "band" on one end indicating the anode connection - important since they are polarity-sensitive devices: This band coincides with the "line" end of the diode symbol navigate to this website If it doesn't come out on its own, carefully remove it - noting the markings on the LCD and which way they were oriented with respect to the board.
I cleaned shaft and worked it back and forth. My 4 wheel drive works properly...on and off. Home Forums Reviews Classifieds Articles Dealers Store Homepage Today's Posts Search Register Forgot your Password ?Sign Up Remember Me? The other two screws are located 1/3rd of the way around, at approximately "10" and "40" MPH.
Just trying to get the correct understanding of what is happening to the unit.Do you have a Volt meter?Check all along the wire from the frame to the front hubs. If you do not have a piece of test equipment to generate such a signal, a "555" chip may be wired up (with the appropriate components) to generate a variable frequency My dial does not move. There are at least two versions of speedometers used in the late 1990's and early 2000s - the one that, inside, looks like Figure 4 with "through-hole" components and a slightly
Do not use petroleum-based grease for this! Chances are this transistor will have a number that begins with "2SC" (or just "C") followed by 4 digits: Look up the device's data sheet online and verify that it is, Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display Modes Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode Posting Rules You may not post new threads You may not post replies You The LCD's electrical connections to the circuit board are made via two small strips of pink-ish conductive rubber sandwiching darker rubber (often called "Zebra Strips") and these usually stick to the
XenForo add-ons by Waindigo™ ©2015 Waindigo Ltd.Some XenForo functionality crafted by Hex Themes. andreythedon 33,663 views 7:39 Polaris ATV Maintenance & Repair Tips : Polaris ATV Thumb Throttle Maintenance Tips - Duration: 2:16. So, with the bad battery and a subsequently malfunctioning charging system it is easily likely that the speedometer's regulator saw an average of 20-30 volts on its input. You'll probably have to go around the perimeter several times to get it tight.
The wheeler won't engage in 4 wheel drive. Even though only one or two of these components may be bad, I would recommend replacing all three of them. on a polaris 4x4 does mean all 4 wheels are going to turn. Please try again later.
I take it the handlebar switch also goes to the speedometer, to give AWD indication, and is connected internally to these wires. Submitted: 6 years ago. Loading... However, with this method it is hard to tell the difference between a locked hub and an overly tightened lugnut.