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westman995 View Public Profile Send a private message to westman995 Find all posts by westman995 westman995's Sled Experience: Current Sled(s): 1998 RMK 700 #7 01-01-2013 CWPottenger Polaris Guy CWPottenger's You need 12 volts to your hand warmers or they won't heat up. The time now is 11:19 AM. I was thinking low voltage but then the sled would be in limp mode ya? have a peek here

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Snowmobile World : Your #1 Snowmobile Forum > SNOWMOBILING SECTION > ARCTIC CAT > Hand Warmers Not Working Reply Tweet LinkBack Thread Tools post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-19-2003, But now its working And the only thing i really did was put another switch on it since i broke the one that was on it. Skip to main contenteBayShop by categoryEnter your search keywordAll CategoriesAdvancedHi (Sign in to bid or buy) Daily Deals Sell Help & Contact My eBayExpand My eBay Summary Bids/Offers Watch list Wish No idea what the problem was lol westman995 View Public Profile Send a private message to westman995 Find all posts by westman995 westman995's Sled Experience: Current Sled(s): 1998 RMK 700

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As far as i can tell one side on both of the warmers do no work.

Posts on this forum are assumed to be questions aimed at similar model owners, and are not looking for comments of a sarcastic or "bashing" nature. Lol 01-07-2012, 07:27 PM #5 bigbear Team ArcticChat Team ArcticChat Join Date: Sep 2009 Location: Island Lake,IL Posts: 2,080 Thanks: 34 Thanked 192 Times in 186 Posts If you are getting power to the grips, and you have a good ground, and your wire that ties the two grip heaters together is ok, then the only other option

are there fuses? http://seesbg.com/arctic-cat/arctic-cat-reverse-override-not-working.html Also, the little indicators on the gauges showing you're using the elements has never worked either. By continuing to browse our site you agree to our use of data and cookies.Tell me more | Cookie Preferences Not totally sure if it's for hand warmer.ARCTIC CAT HAND WARMER KIT 6639-281 $76.69Buy It NowFree ShippingManufacturer Part Number: 6639-281. ** You may be subject to import duties and taxes, which

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I haven't taken apart my new sleds with it on the handle bars. __________________ 01-07-2012, 07:55 PM #6 RIsnoPRO83 Team ArcticChat Team ArcticChat Join Date: Nov 2008

Hope this helps, good luck. K1ABFAAAAA OTTO | Mouser Top Lower Navigation Polaris ATV Forum > Polaris Model Specific Discussions > Polaris XP Hand warmers not warming. « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Search Lol. All the lights on both sleds work fine.

I changed 1 warmer mid season last year, by the end of the season the other warmer failed. I messed with the switch (low-off-high) back and forth 5-10 times and suddenly it started working. Also, the little indicators on the gauges showing you're using the elements has never worked either. http://seesbg.com/arctic-cat/arctic-cat-display-not-working.html Kick up a stink, never was fixed so fix the fn thing, try the squeaky wheel approach Reply With Quote November 19th, 2012,07:43 PM #3 Modman View Profile View Forum Posts

There is a wise-arse in every crowd , unfortunately , SW has an abundance !! X2 on what scrfce said, your dealer is a tool and it was on record before warranty ran out so by rights they need to fix it. Show more Language: English Content location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading... Measure the switch voltage (input to ground, then the output to ground). 1992 Ski Doo Mach 1 (SC-10/2 suspended) March '07 SF.com Sled of the Month! (Lost in fire 4-7-13) 2009

I would not even know where to begin with these? Snowmobile Forum: Your #1 Snowmobile Forum > Specific Snowmobile Forums > Arctic Cat Snowmobiles > faulty hand warmers User Tag List Reply Tweet LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes post #1 Register Now In order to be able to post messages on the Snowmobile Forum: Your #1 Snowmobile Forum forums, you must first register. I know that I have had probs in the past getting the lefty too tight.