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    Looking for MFD wire harness

    I am looking for a short wiring harness from the back of the oval MFD and a fuel cap for my SLH 700.
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    I have a MFD wiring harness, but it looks long. (better too long than too short)

    And I have a black fuel cap with filler neck for you if interested.

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    Thanks xlint89. The harness is only about 4" long and has 2 different plugs on it? Goes between MFD and long harness. How much do you want for the gas cap?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bad brad 22 View Post
    ... The harness is only about 4" long and has 2 different plugs on it? Goes between MFD and long harness...
    Sounds like you are hunting for the adapter between an 8-pin MFD and 12-pin wire harness.

    Polaris part number 2460772

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    That is it!!! Anybody got one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad brad 22 View Post
    That is it!!! Anybody got one?
    Now that you have the part number, see if it is still available from an online Polaris parts source.

    If you cannot source one, you can buy the 8-pin Deutsch connector shell and transfer the existing wires and pin sockets. No special tools required.

    Somewhere I have documented the part numbers for the MFD Deutsch connectors.

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    Will an 8 pin MFD harness off an older ski work in place of my 12 pin harness and the adapter harness?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad brad 22 View Post
    Will an 8 pin MFD harness off an older ski work in place of my 12 pin harness and the adapter harness?
    Yes, but you will want the version with all eight wires. The 'extra' wires provide the trim position signal to the display.

    It really is not hard to swap the pins from the 12-pin Deutsch connector to the 8-pin Deutsch shell. You can use the shell from an old 8-pin harness or buy a new Deutsch connector shell.

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    Do I just need to remove the 12 pin from my harness and replace it with an 8 pin ?

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    Arrow How to change 12-pin MFD wire harness connector to fit 8-pin MFD display

    Quote Originally Posted by bad brad 22 View Post
    Do I just need to remove the 12 pin from my harness and replace it with an 8 pin ?
    The existing pins with existing wires attached literally slide out the back of the existing 12-pin connector then you push them into the back of the replacement 8-pin connector.

    There is a locking retainer inside the connector that you flex to release each pin. No special tools required.

    Just pay attention to which wire color goes into which numbered hole on the 8-pin Deutsch DT connector.

    12-pin MFD (not MFI or NGI)
    12-pin MFD was only used in the 1999-2000 Pro 785 and SLX models
    (3280307 Substituted by 2872638 )
    1 - Red/Purple - 12 volt power
    2 - Pink - Fuel level
    3 - N/C
    4 - N/C
    5 - N/C
    6 - Green/White - Trim motor
    7 - Blue/White - Trim motor
    8 - Blue - Oil level
    9 - Tan - Overheat signal
    10 - N/C
    11 - Yellow - Tachometer
    12 - Black (Ground)


    8-pin MFD
    1 - Red/Purple - 12 volt power
    2 - Black - Ground
    3 - Yellow - Tachometer
    4 - Green/White - Trim motor
    5 - Tan - Overheat signal
    6 - Blue - Oil level
    7 - Pink - Fuel level
    8 - Blue/White - Trim motor

    Tip: Make sure the correct size fuse rating is present inside the electrical box. 1/4 Amp (250mA) rated fuse only.

    Disconnect the battery before working on the MFD connector or opening the electrical box.



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