08-16-2009, 02:06 PM #1
burned up the stator wiring all the way to the box/ouch.
Hey gang long time no see. i was off line until now. the 94 polaris was running great till i took it home from pontiac lake and on the way back the wires fried. must of bumped something and shorted a wire out. from the box to the stator. yikes. i have anothe box n wiring and stator. so out comes the motor. kinds stinks whens its 90 outside.
Did anyone finally have that polaris outing like people were talking about last winter?. maybe in ill. ?
08-16-2009, 09:31 PM #2
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- near Toronto, Canada
08-17-2009, 08:16 PM #3
I had the battery cover on it. It must of shorted out while the ski was on the trailer going home. it ran fine there. I looked at the ski the next day to find it burned. if i were on it while it happened , I would of smelled something burning, along with a great loss of horsepower.
Working on it tomm to pull the engine. how about this also....the engine is not connected to the engine plate. I can lift the front of the motor up and your not suppose to be able to do that. The bolts to hold it togther are underneath the engine plate not holding,,, must be stripped out down there. !.....DOH! still ran great too.lol too funny.
P.S. Maybe that was the source of my polaris "rattle"?
08-17-2009, 09:55 PM #4
- Join Date
- Oct 2006
- Cleveland OH
The engine plate is also the source for your battery ground. If it's loose, you had a poor connection. That would lead to a burnt up ground wire for the stator.
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