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2000 polaris sportsman 335 speedo failure no AWD

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2000 Sportsman 335 lost the speedo functions. Don't need the speedo but need AWD.  Is there a wiring bypass that can be done to activate AWD ? 

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isnt there some wired in the harness you can short together that engage awd?  Have you look up your issue on yt?  

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heh good luck with that- those are like 300.  Is the display still working?  (like the digital readout with the mileage and all)

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check the wheel sensor to se if it has become fouled with mud or something. if not jack it up discontect the wires hook on a multimeter and spin the wheel to see if it is making voltage. an abs sensor is just a small voltage generator that sends a signal to the ecm to let it know the wheel is turning.  probably also sends a signal to the speedo.

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thanks @James Copeland, you answered a question I had about my 04 sportsman 500.  I will say on my bike, no wires run from sensor to ecm, but straight to the pod (speedo).  Dont know if its the same with all sportsmans or not...  I know its not the speedo on mine cause I just replaced it ($400:aargh:)

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Well,  happy day for everyone. You can bypass the issue by putting the brown wiresof the wheel hubs to a frame ground and problem solved. The switch gives the hubs 12 volt,  the speedo gives it ground

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