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    I have just brought a Polaris Virage I 2004 the dash is a digital dash and is always illumunated. When I got the ski home I couldnt work out how to shut the dash off. I spoke to the dealer I brought it from and was told that the dash would be illuminated all the time. But after two days the battery is flat.Is there a way of shutting the dash off or should it be on all the time. Does anyone have a handbook they could copy for me as I am unsure as how a few of the functions of the dash work. Any help would be much appreciated. Thank you

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    Lake Mead Bum & BTLS Mark starflight's Avatar
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    Boulder City, NV
    Welcome to the GreenHulk Snave! The display shouldn't go completely blank. When it goes to sleep, it still displays the clock and fuel/ oil levels.
    Is yours doing anything different?

    Take your battery to autozone and they will check it for free.

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    well if you really want the display to stop being illuminated then just get a battery shut off switch. and turn the battery off when not in use.

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    Campbell, Ca.
    Hi Snave, WELCOME to the Green Hulk Forums!!

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