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    1995 Polaris SL750 Round MFD (3280147) Pinout Diagram....

    I pulled my MFD to test it and recorded the wire colors in relation to the pins on the rear.

    My MFD is model number 3280147 and the attached is the pinout from the rear of the gauge.

    This is not an official document. I created it from my MFD wire colors and where they are located on the rear of the MFD.

    I was able to connect the Red/Purple to 12V Positive and the Black wire to the ground and the gauge came on. This tells me the gauge is not dead. Next is to check the fuse and using a volt meter, check the wires at the plug.
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    Nicely done diagram

    I took the liberty of combining it with another photo/diagram.

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    K447, thank you

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    I just bought a 1996 SL 700 and I'm trying to find a wiring diagram/photo for the MFD (3280202), would I be able to use the one you posted for the 1995 SL 750.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spider View Post
    I just bought a 1996 SL 700 and I'm trying to find a wiring diagram/photo for the MFD (3280202), would I be able to use the one you posted for the 1995 SL 750.
    Welcome to the Hulk! Feel free to start your own thread in the forums. Your MFD is a different model than the 95 750 "round" style MFD. The model you referenced is an "oval" style that was OEM on the 95 SL750, 95 SLX780, and 97 SL780. This is not OEM on a 96 SL700. That being said, the colors and functions listed above will be the same, with the addition of two wires for trim. The wiring for your MFD are in the upper right corner of the attached photo. Keep in mind this is the wiring diagram for a 95 SLX780.... Let me know if you need a wiring harness for the MFD, I may have a spare laying around.....

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    [QUOTE=BlueFishCrisis;2070857]
    Quote Originally Posted by spider View Post
    I just bought a 1996 SL 700 and I'm trying to find a wiring diagram/photo for the MFD (3280202), would I be able to use the one you posted for the 1995 SL 750.
    Welcome to the Hulk! Feel free to start your own thread in the forums. Your MFD is a different model than the 95 750 "round" style MFD. The model you referenced is an "oval" style that was OEM on the 95 SL750, 95 SLX780, and 97 SL780. This is not OEM on a 96 SL700. That being said, the colors and functions listed above will be the same, with the addition of two wires for trim. The wiring for your MFD are in the upper right corner of the attached photo. Keep in mind this is the wiring diagram for a 95 SLX780.... Let me know if you need a wiring harness for the MFD, I may have a spare laying around.....

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    Thank you! I'm actually searching for a decent handlebar pad cover if you know where I can get my hands on one.

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    http://www.watercraftsuperstore.net/.../137BT300.html

    BlackTip® has done it again! Last year, for our "Mission Skipossible" article, we created a cool new neoprene handlebar cover to fix the very well known problem with the older SeaDoo covers turning gummy. This year we kicked it up by offering that same product for a bunch more skis. We've received tons of requests for different models and promised we would respond over the winter. With help from our friend Mitchell at M&M Marine in California, we were able to get our hands on the most popular handlebar covers from the skis we had requests for.

    Our handlebar covers go on directly over the factory cover and does not require any tools for installation. They zip up the side with a non corrosive zipper and are easily removable for cleaning. It's as easy as putting on a jacket and features the cool BlackTip® logo on the front. The covers are a great upgrade by adding that custom look and match beautifully with the BlackTip® traction mats and seat covers.
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