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    Can anyone give me the part number for MFD 12 PIN CONNECTION? Thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by OLDJETSKIMAN View Post
    Can anyone give me the part number for MFD 12 PIN CONNECTION? Thanks
    There is an 8-pin to 12-pin adapter available, which connects a 12-pin harness to an 8-pin MFD.

    What are you after?

    The part number for the connector that plugs into the back of the 12-pin MFD?

    The connector that plugs into the back of a 12-pin MFD/MFI is Deutsch DT06-12S (Key Position A - Gray)


    Deutsch Connector Reference Guide

    Deutsch Connector Technical Information

    From the manufacturer's web site - Deutsch 507-DTSeriesManual2007 in PDF format
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    Got a guy on ebay that has a new one up for bid. The part number he has on the auction is 3280252 It says it is brand new in the box but he does not state what it fits. I have sent a mesg. but no response. Will everthing work the same if it is a eight pin and I use the adapter? Thanks K477

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    Quote Originally Posted by OLDJETSKIMAN View Post
    ...3280252
    It says it is brand new in the box but he does not state what it fits...
    Will everything work the same if it is a eight pin and I use the adapter?...
    I think the Pro MFD is different, in that the Trim display reacts at a faster pace to match the faster motion of the Pro trim motor.

    Do you know you can look up Polaris part numbers here, and then click Usage to see what models and years it was used on?

    Other than the MFD Trim display, I think everything else will work using the 8-to-12 pin MFD adapter.

    2001 INT'L SLHW014697ISTEERING - W014697D 3280252
    1997 INTL SL 780I974088STEERING SL 780 B974088 and Intl. SL 780 I974088 3280202
    1996 INTL SL 900I964291STEERING SL 900 B964291 and Intl. SL 900 I964291 3280252
    1998 INTL SLHI984673STEERING - I984673 3280252
    1996 INTL SLT 780I964588STEERING SLT 780 B964588 and Intl. SLT 780 I964588 3280252
    1996 INTL SLTXI964590STEERING SLTX B964590 and Intl. SLTX I964590 3280252
    1998 INTL SLTXI984690STEERING - B984690 3280252
    1996 INTL SLX 780I964287STEERING SLX 780 B964287 and Intl. SLX 780 I964287 3280252
    1997 SL 1050B974090STEERING HANDLEBAR SL 900 B974091 and SL 1050 B974090 3280252
    1995 SL 750B954070STEERING ASSEMBLY SL 750 B954070 3280202
    1996 SL 780B964087STEERING SL 780 B964087 and Intl. SL 780 I964087 3280252
    1997 SL 780B974088STEERING SL 780 B974088 and Intl. SL 780 I974088 3280202
    1996 SL 900B964291STEERING SL 900 B964291 and Intl. SL 900 I964291 3280252
    1997 SL 900B974091STEERING HANDLEBAR SL 900 B974091 and SL 1050 B974090 3280252
    1998 SLHB984673STEERING - I984673 3280252
    2001 SLHW014697DSTEERING - W014697D 3280252
    1997 SLT 780B974588STEERING SLT 780 B974588 3280252
    1996 SLT 780B964588STEERING SLT 780 B964588 and Intl. SLT 780 I964588 3280252
    1996 SLTXB964590STEERING SLTX B964590 and Intl. SLTX I964590 3280252
    1995 SLX 780B954287STEERING ASSEMBLY SLX 780 B954287 3280202
    1996 SLX 780B964287STEERING SLX 780 B964287 and Intl. SLX 780 I964287 3280252
    1998 SLXHB984690STEERING - B984690 3280252

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    Paul,
    do you have a 12 pin now ???
    if so it only uses 8 wires anyway all you need is an 8 pin connector from any old polaris and switch the wires out and your set . It saves you from buying an 80 dollar connector

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    Quote Originally Posted by 785 lugs View Post
    Paul,
    do you have a 12 pin now ???
    if so it only uses 8 wires anyway all you need is an 8 pin connector from any old polaris and switch the wires out and your set . It saves you from buying an 80 dollar connector
    Hey Bob, yes the mfd that is on the ski now is a 12 pin. On the display some of the display bars are burned out. So I can use a 8 pin mfd right? Thanks Man every night I come home now I look at engine in the garage floor I am getting really exicted

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    Quote Originally Posted by OLDJETSKIMAN View Post
    Hey John, yes the mfd that is on the ski now is a 12 pin. On the display some of the display bars are burned out. So I can use a 8 pin mfd right? Thanks Man every night I come home now I look at engine in the garage floor I am getting really exicted

    Yes 8 pin will work

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    I think the Pro MFD is different, in that the Trim display reacts at a faster pace to match the faster motion of the Pro trim motor.

    Do you know you can look up Polaris part numbers here, and then click Usage to see what models and years it was used on?

    Other than the MFD Trim display, I think everything else will work using the 8-to-12 pin MFD adapter...
    Just to clarify, OJM can use any 8-pin MFD, but only an MFD which matches the faster trim motor on the Pro will display the actual trim position accurately.

    Have I got this correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 785 lugs View Post
    Yes 8 pin will work
    Sorry for calling you John, Bob Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by OLDJETSKIMAN View Post
    Sorry for calling you John, Bob Thanks

    Ok Fred i mean Paul

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