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Mike Foreman

New to Quads and lovin it!

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That’s a good idea.   The relays go bad over time.   That is a newer bike so I’m a little surprised but anything’s possable.   

Ignition switches go bad all the time.  Especially when they are in bad locations.    Polaris was putting them on the right side of the bike in front of the gas tank. Not sure on the outlaw but could be just wet and oxidized inside.  

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On 12/6/2018 at 9:30 PM, Mike Foreman said:

imageproxy.php?img=&key=01ee6617cc17ea3cimageproxy.php?img=&key=01ee6617cc17ea3cimageproxy.php?img=&key=01ee6617cc17ea3ccurrent state. Don’t see any safety switches on the parts breakdown for this model. imageproxy.php?img=&key=01ee6617cc17ea3c

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looks like a really fun bike!

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Need to close this thread! 

So I had two issues- one was a dead cell and the other was the kill switch.  Replaced battery  and swapped out the switch for a 7.99 autozone waterproof switch.   Sodiered it back and glued it to the original plastic. Works great again.   Also swapped all brake shoes out and it stops again but the rear brakes on this Polaris really blow.  

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I'm not new to quads but new to this site.  Its a great thing having a love for ATV's.  Hopefully you got everything running.

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