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Bigcountry369

Need service manual 2005 Polaris Phoenix 200

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Like to say hello and hope everyone had a great Christmas an New Year I was wounding if anyone could help me with a service manual for a 2005 Polaris Phoenix 200 if could thank yall so much

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Hello big country and welcome to QC. I have the same bike. No manual but I have broken the bike down and rebuilt it as well as fixed various problems that have occurred. So any questions you may have I might be able to help You with should you have a problem. 

 

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I'm have having all kinds of trouble the person that had it before me just doctor it up both hand brakes been by pass and the start button and light switches is not on it but I have got a push button now I got a new battery and hook it and New carburetor and put on it when started it up carburetor was pouring gas out and from the floats bowl line and I only let it run about 3 minutes cut it off when to started it back my battery was dead so I changed it up again last night when out this morning and when hook up battery when touch hot post it's trying to started up even with the fuse out to and switch off???? Sorry for writing a book 

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Wow! Sounds like you have a project bike on your hands. Honestly you have to see if this bike is worth the effort.  Parts for this bike I found have been expensive. Was the carborator new or used? it’s possible and sounds like the float or needle has an issue. Maybe stuck or the float has a hole in it. Or the needle is stuck or has fallen out into the bowl if not put together correctly.  I would start with taking the carborater apart and going through it to see what’s going on. If it was a new carb I would send it back before you think about taking it apart.   

Was the start button you installed an original part or from another bike, hole made ?

You can find used controls on eBay as I did. Start button  controllers, brake handles and so forth. I would try to find the correct controls instead of adding aftermarket or “custom” start buttons/controls.  The wiring with this bike is over designed and a pain in the ass when it comes to trouble shooting but the proper controls have wire color markings that all match up making it somewhat easy to connect in the proper place.   It sounds like your push button is  stuck or not a spring type maybe when pressed? Disconnect it and see if you can connect the battery and go from there.

I would tackle one problem at a time and move forward, crboraters are manageable and can be somewhat inexpensive when it comes to rebuilding them. Replacing with an OEM carb can me expensive.

 

 

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Yes it's been fun. But I can say it dose ride and run good the old carburetor was missing a lot of parts but I did make it work to ride but the carburetor I have now Yes it is new but as far as the pomble I have didn't start till I put battery on before I would kick start it it would run just had to play with carburetor that's why I got a new one

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Start at the battery and check the solinoid as well to make sure no wires are shorted out. Work your way back on the harness all the way up to the controls and check the push start button to make sure it’s not stuck.  The key ignition switch as well. Look for any old work that may have been done on the wiring like additional electrical tape and things that were added on. Go through it all. You can also unplug one plug at a time and see if it continues. 

As far as the carb goes was it an original or aftermarket carb ?

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