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96 polaris sport 400l

I don't know. How much help someone will have for me but I have some wires unplugged from board but still runs like champ just worried about safety lights not coming on like oil lamp etc... someone help I looked through owners manual but wiring diagrams don't show board or I'm just plum stupid lol.

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I don't know. How much help someone will have for me but I have some wires unplugged from board but still runs like champ just worried about safety lights not coming on like oil lamp etc... someone help I looked through owners manual but wiring diagrams don't show board or I'm just plum stupid lol.

I can do one better here is a Link to the service manual for ya -
 
http://www.thequadconnection.com/polaris/all-polaris-atvs-1996-1998-service-manual/  one of those will have your answers and a lot more.

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I read all 663 pages I don't understand. Wiring diagrams need pics of board


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There is a circuit board where all the electrical. Plugs into behind the light

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I will do some research.  All the pics I have of the sportsman show no board.  Can you take a pic and post it?  May help.

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I will tommorow it just looks like a mess I feel ashamed my machine looks the way itdoes


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Lol thnx dude I appreciate it I can't wait to ride it been down almost all season but its OK

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On the pre 2002 polaris ATV's they have a printed circuit board under the headlight, hood, or rack (depending on the model) that acts like a centralized load center or power distribution board.  They're known for being total ratnests and corroding into piles of copper and breadboard.
 
I don't know of a printed version of the load center, unfortunately.  The only thing I can tell you is to get out your multimeter and start testing each of your circuits.
Click on the pic VVVV You know you want to....


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I do remember you saying something to me about that James!  Hmmm I looked all day and can't come up with anything on that at all!  :(