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    "over" showing up on LCD

    I'm getting "over" showing up on my LCD screen when running my 2000 slh on the water. Anyone know what this means?


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    maybe low power ???"lpwr" i think it comes up as that..
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    The 2000 Polaris Service manual is available now, click here.

    Click here for lots more MFD info.

    Is the display showing LOPR?

    LOPR means the battery voltage is very low, under 10.9 volts. There is a problem with the battery wiring, or the charging system is not working.

    Sometimes the problem is with the MFD itself, which can be corrected by resetting the MFD. But first use a multi-meter to check whether the charging system is working properly.

    With engine off, the battery voltage (measured at the battery) should be 12.5 volts, or very close.

    When the engine is running, the voltage should jump to about 14.5 volts, and stay close to that as RPM varies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KEYZBUM View Post

    maybe low power ???"lpwr" i think it comes up as that..
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    Actually I think it might have too much power if that's possible. I put it on a float charger on it last night. Is is possible I overcharged the battery? When it says "over" on the LCD "volt" also shows up. Am I going to fry something if I keep running it??

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerronis View Post
    Actually I think it might have too much power if that's possible.

    I put it on a float charger on it last night. Is is possible I overcharged the battery?

    When it says "over" on the LCD "volt" also shows up.

    Am I going to fry something if I keep running it??
    Does this message show up when you are running the machine on the water, or when the charger is hooked up?

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    It's showing 12.8v when not running. When I give it gas it goes up to 16 to 17v. Will resetting the electrical system help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerronis View Post
    It's showing 12.8v when not running. When I give it gas it goes up to 16 to 17v. Will resetting the electrical system help?
    Put a multi-meter on the battery posts (not the cable ends or bolts, the actual posts).

    What is the voltage, right at the posts, when the engine is running?

    Anything over 15 volts is way too much voltage. You need to find out of the charging system is really putting out that much, or if the MFD is showing you an incorrect voltage.

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    Checked it again today, it's showing 12.4v when not turned on, jumps to 13-14 at idle and then when I give it gas it jumps to 16-17v. So it looks like my voltage regulator is shot. I'm going to put a multi-meter up to it tonight and see what that says, but in the meantime I need to find a new part # 4010302. Since I don't have 20 posts I cant post in the classifieds forum. I've found a few places online around $90+shipping. Can anyone here do better than that or suggest anywhere else?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerronis View Post
    ...I need to find a new part # 4010302...
    That is an LR-31-2 module.

    There is another version of the LR-32-1 with PN 4010387. I think the two are interchangeable.

    4010387 is $84 from Babbitts
    4010302 is $89 from Babbitts

    Since your model has both bilge pump and trim, I suspect the LR-31-2 is the high current output version of the various LR voltage regulator modules.

    See if John Zigler has an LR-31-2 available.

    Before you order a replacement part, take the time to check the grounds in your electrical box, especially those for the LR-31-2 module.

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    Ok I had the chance to test with a MM. I checked the voltage at the terminals and it was reading about 12.3v. I then did the ohms test in your other thread and i was getting about 0.1 ohms of resistance from the negative to the engine block. I then fired up the engine and the volts stayed below 13 at idle and jumped a little over 13 when I gave it gas. All the connections are secure, there's no corrosion on any of the terminals or bolts. This might sound strange, but a day before I went out 2 weeks ago I put it on a float charger at 12v for about 6 hours b/c I noticed the volts were down since I hadn't run the ski since mid April. I asked this above, but is it possible the float charger over charged the battery?

    Thanks again for your help.

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