Uni filter/ D2 moto adapter on a modded Predator intake tube. so I figured it was the thermal sensor. I found some electrical spray at Home depot that supposedly dries it out, lubricates, and resists moisture. you might want to double check the temp vs sensor. More about the author
Community Links Members List iTrader Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Google Search Go to Page... Although my problem could still be in the electrical somewhere and not in my Air/Fuel mixture. Might give you some piece of mind while out hauling those moose quarters. Posting Quick Reply - Please WaitPosting Quick Reply - Please Wait « Previous Thread | Next Thread Thread Tools Show Printable Version Show Printable Version Posting Rules You may post http://www.polarisatvforums.com/forums/atv-repair-maintenance/2626-problems-fan.html
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Last edited by bansheekx; 07-03-2012 at 09:59 PM. 1992 banshee 2000kx250 1999 polaris 400 sport Reply With Quote 07-03-2012 #3 Mathius View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles There is no latch like you find on cars sensors. Thanks for all the help and suggestions. Polaris Sportsman 500 Temperature Sensor I have tried putting a small screwdriver in and prying gently but it won't budge. #9 (permalink) 01-19-2010, 06:48 PM blueline15 Polaris ATV Legend Member #230 Join Date:
If mud gets caked up and dried up in the back of the radiator it can cause over heating and once it drys rock hard it can sometimes be difficult to Polaris Sportsman 500 Fan Switch Hayden Automotive Rapid Cool #3670 2010 Sportsman 850XP EPS 2002 Sportsman 700 (sold) 2000 Scrambler 400 2x4 -Trail ported & .040 over -Piped & clutched jimmypsp700 is offline Quote Quick The switch is illuminated...
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So, rightly or wrongfully, I cut out the connectors and spliced the wires together using solder... Polaris Parts I just put in a new UM Aluminum air box at the beginning of this season and haven't ridden it many times with it before this started happening. I thought it went to the breaker, to the switch/sensor, and then to the fans. User Name: Password Please enter a password for your user account.
Sign in to make your opinion count. website here I'll run to the store in the morning and get some dielectric grease, throw everything back together and start er up! Polaris Sportsman 500 Fan Not Working Show'em! Polaris Fan Switch I bypassed the thermal sensor again and the fan fires right up and runs strong.
I guess my question is, how often does the fan kick on? http://europrolink.com/polaris-sportsman/polaris-700-4x4-not-working.php I also replaced the fan while I was in there - you can get it direct from SPAL for pretty cheap - ~$60. Custom made pipe, FMF turbine core silencer. QuadManiac is offline Quote Quick Reply post #10 of 32 (permalink) Old 04-21-2011, 01:59 AM QuadManiac Master of the Electron Join Date: Apr 2007 Location: San Diego, CA Polaris Sportsman 400 Overheating
Yamaha Raptor Forum > Raptor 660 Categories > Raptor 660 Maintenance > Everything I've tested checks out but still cooling fan isn't turning on. Dielectric grease is not a conductor, just a moisture repellent. Also the fan did not come on for the whole 20 minutes I was riding, and it usually does. click site Posts: 129 The temp sensor may be bad Feedback: (2) 06-04-2012, 07:32 PM #4 Todd Edge Trail Rider Join Date: Jun 2012 Location: Collierville, TN Posts: 47 Radiator
Oil system mod by DJH. If I remember right you can jump the leads at the temp sensor to make the fan run. Thermo switch 2 should be tested by measuring resistance across the switch contacts - they should be open (infinite resistance) when cold, and should be closed (low resistance - say 1
In your case the sensor that turns your fan on is bad just replace it should be a fifteen minute job, most have a plug in and are real simple to Could just be a bad sensor. Logged Lloyd Smale Moderators Trade Count: (41) Senior Member Posts: 14809 Re: polaris fan not coming on « Reply #1 on: January 15, 2009, 04:59:38 AM » by doing that your jed_jitsu is offline Quote Quick Reply post #10 of 26 (permalink) Old 06-24-2010, 11:15 AM Thread Starter jed_jitsu Member Join Date: May 2008 Location: bridgeville Posts: 38 UPDATE!
polarises seem to have more overheating issues then all the other atv companies combined. Reply Page 1 of 4 1 23 Last Tweet LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes post #1 of 32 (permalink) Old 04-20-2011, 05:12 PM Thread Starter ruffnready Senior Member I've tested the thermostat and it fully opens at 185 degrees F. http://europrolink.com/polaris-sportsman/polaris-scrambler-awd-not-working.php so, if you just saw the light come on...
then heat shrink tubing... polarisbob is offline Quote Quick Reply post #5 of 26 (permalink) Old 06-11-2010, 01:45 PM Thread Starter jed_jitsu Member Join Date: May 2008 Location: bridgeville Posts: 38 The sensor Loading... If you arent mechanicaly inclined enough to test it just replace it.
So my question is will I burn up this fan letting it run till we get home, and any idea where to look for the problem of the fan not turning I tapped it once with a screwdriver and it immediately turned off. Category Autos & Vehicles License Standard YouTube License Music "Stealing Beauty (R.E.mix)" by Rapid Eye Listen ad-free with YouTube Red Show more Show less Loading...