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    780 SL Replaced Terminal Board Now i have extra wires with no homes!!

    I replaced my terminal board since it was very corroded, stupidly didnt take a picture before pulling all the wires. My question is what are the light green wires i have for? plus i have a black wire that has red in the middle. And i have a red wire that seems to have a very light purple. And last question is which red/purple wire to i plug into the 1/4 fuse end? Thanks

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    The only green wired in the Polaris electrical system is a green/white for the trim. Thats probably where they go. You should have 3 green/white wires. One from the trim motor, one from the MFD and one from the switch. The light green one you are referring to may actually be light blue for the oil sender.

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