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Polaris outlaw 90 led headlights


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  • 1 year later...

Many led bulbs will work however the stock bulbs are usually wired direct from the stator which provides alternating current and is very noticeable with led bulbs. When switching to led bulbs it is recommended to wire the headlights to direct power from the battery, this is best done with a relay off the ignition so the lights will not drain the battery

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For our 2014 Polaris outlaw 90 I just bought leds from ebay that was the correct size. Then I soldered the two metal connection points to make it one. The factory bulb only has one metal connection point,  the LED has two...high & low beam, solder them so both are on and also allows the factory connection points of the bulb wiring to actually connect correctly to the led bulb connection points ( end ).

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