Polaris Sportsman 500 Solenoid Wiring Diagram

Polaris Sportsman 500 Solenoid Wiring Diagram – I bought a new-to-me 2004 Polaris Sportsman 400. The engine runs, but only with manual start. Electricity is a mess – so I’ll start at the source and figure it out.

My problem is the two brown wires connected to the starter solenoid. According to the wiring diagram I found, it looks like they are connected to one end that goes directly to the battery, while here, in this picture, they are connected to another lug, which is the ground. I think I need to move the brown to the other end but I want confirmation before I do it because the ATV is foreign to me.

Polaris Sportsman 500 Solenoid Wiring Diagram

Polaris Sportsman 500 Solenoid Wiring Diagram

Next – these are wires that have no function. I think it must have some kind of explosive in the middle, but I’m not sure. If anyone has any ideas I’d appreciate it, otherwise I’ll turn the heat down to them.

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It’s ok to update my own thread here. The white/red wire goes to the ignition. This is the lug that the solenoid does not have 12v when connected to the battery. Should the solenoid have more than one lug with constant 12v? Or should I move the position of this wire to the one that connects to the battery?

Brown wire – the brown in the Polaris wiring harness is ground – if the top terminal is connected to the battery, the bottom terminal is for the starter motor wire. Change the brown wire and leave the connection for now.

The white wire and the red wire connect to one spade end of the solenoid – it has 12 volts on it when the start button is pressed (or when the key is turned to the start position) – the other spade end of the solenoid is . connected to ground (brown wire)

The two red wires go to the same terminal towards the positive battery – the first red wire has fusible links or circuit breakers on it – The red wires carry 12 volts to the rec/reg and key switch.

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More pictures would help but I think the brown wires should go to the end with the red wires and the red wire should go to the end that connects to the battery.

Latebird said: OK – one thing at a time The brown wires – brown in the Polaris wiring harness is ground – if the upper end connects to the battery, the lower end is for the starter motor wire. Change the brown wire and leave the connection for now. The white wire and the red wire connect to one spade end of the solenoid – it has 12 volts on it when the start button is pressed (or when the key is turned to the start position) – the other spade end of the solenoid is . connected to ground (brown wire) The two red wires go to the same door as the right battery door – in the first, the red wires have a fusible link or circuit breaker inside ha – red wires carrying 12 volts in rec/ reg. and key switch. Thanks for the answer! I think what you said makes sense – I don’t understand why the ignition can’t have 12v all the time, unless more than one lug of the solenoid should have 12v all the time. Here are more photos.

The way it is wired now, there is no voltage except at the battery – basically, the brown wires go to the lug, the red wires go to the plug and the red wire goes to the battery.+ to the solenoid or directly to the battery.

Polaris Sportsman 500 Solenoid Wiring Diagram

Latebird said: The way it is wired now, there is no voltage except for the battery – yes, the brown wire goes to the red wire and the red wire goes to the battery + part of the solenoid but it goes directly to the battery Click. to add… Ok, so I wired it like this – but nothing happened when I turned the key. I believe the battery is fully charged. I feel like something is missing…!

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Did you get power to the solenoid?? If so, how is it involved in sending the power to start???

Bp405 said: Are you getting power from the solenoid?? If so, how is it involved in sending the power to start??? Click to expand… The only place where power is in the solenoid is when it is directly connected to the battery. No other lug has any friction. When I turn the key, nothing turns (starts). Before, even though it was wired, I could bridge the solenoid and it would (I believe) turn the starter, but you can’t do it with the key.

First you get power from the switch and solenoid. I will check the power switch and turn the switch off.

Bp405 said: First you get power from the switch and solenoid. I will check the power switch and turn the switch off. Click to expand… Can you please specify the switch you are talking about? In the wiring diagram I don’t see any power from the solenoid other than the battery.

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Main changes. In the starting position the power solenoid. In a small thread. That makes the contact that sends power from the battery through the solenoid to the starter, the big wires.

Bp405 said: Major changes. In the starting position the power solenoid. In a small thread. That makes the contact that sends power from the battery through the solenoid to the starter, the big wires. Click to expand…

Amazing! Thank you. So, my two red wires – I can’t find them, but I can measure them at the switch and the red one has 12v. The only way to measure the white/red wire coming out is to measure it near the solenoid and it doesn’t have 12v.

Polaris Sportsman 500 Solenoid Wiring Diagram

Look at the wiring diagram here – from 2002 (https://www.quadcrazy.com/uploads/monthly_2014_02/Capture1.jpg.05a72239f819d651e7015ba33eed417b.jpg) it looks like there aren’t many wires on the white 12v. When I turn the key and test, I get 0v from the wire. I took a bare wire lead from the battery to the lug, but got nothing – so maybe the wire is missing from the solenoid?

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Thinking out loud here – my electrical box that controls the light, on/off mode, and the inverter is in 2 pieces. I put it back together, and connected the two connections – but it doesn’t seem right. The box/module – maybe broken, de-energizing the solenoid as a ‘safety feature’?

I don’t have a wiring diagram for the 04 400 – I compared the 03 and 05 wiring diagrams and the 04 is more similar to the 04 than the 05 wiring, however, the wiring is different for all three years so know that’s me. and r is the small difference between the three – in mind, some characteristics of the three are interchangeable.

The first step; If you connect the battery to the solenoid with a small red wire on the same terminal as the battery + motor lead towards the other end – does the starter motor turn the motor if you have a short between the battery and the starter terminal? Note: Remove the plug wire to prevent accidental starting of the engine. If the engine is running, continue with the second step. If the engine doesn’t turn, why not? A bad start? Poor land? Bad wire? Poor connection at both ends of each wire?

Two steps; use a piece of wire to put a 12+ on the end of the red white wire and go – if the solenoid closes and the motor turns – go to step three. If the solenoid does not work, check or replace the solenoid and if it works, go to step three.

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Three steps; use the meter as a test light – I believe you have 12v on the red wire of the key switch – in the switch position you have 12v on the red/black wire of the LH switch – there is a switch. In the running area you have 12v on the red wire and the white wire – the red/white wire goes back to the key switch and when you turn the starter on there should be 12v + on the white wire and the red wire on the body . goes to the solenoid.

These measures failed. I applied 12v directly to the car and the solenoid did not start. i

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