View from the front with hood removed:
The handlebars come with a wiring harness that has an in-line fuse. The end of the harness is bare, stripped wires. These wires can be wired into any 12V source that puts out 5 amps. There are a few options I sell for wiring accessories -see below. You've probably noticed we have done more R&D on a Polaris sleds than other brands. Polaris has a factory installed "accessory plug" tucked directly behind the gages in the hood on most models. These 2 prong plugs hook directly to the accessory plug. This accessory plug can be found on Polaris, Arctic Cat, and Yamaha. For Skidoo, we recommend a fuse Tap. We were also told by a Polaris dealership to swap the 2 amp fuse with a 5 amp fuse in the black, velcro fuse bag above your clutch. Please check with your dealer to see if this would void your warranty or if they recommend it. Also offered is a 12V power plug if your sled has a port to plug it in. These options make for a quick install.
This picture shows the side arm. If you have trouble getting this to fit over the steering post tube, loosen the front screws a little that hold this arm on. After it's on, re-tighten everything:
12V Power Plug
View from driver seat:
Each package will contain installation instructions on how to install the handlebars. This page is to give you additional pictures to assist in the installation. If there are any further installation questions, please give us a call.
2 Prong Accessory Plug
This picture shows the sled from the pull cord side. Some of the plastic was removed using a torx bit and pushed back to allow room for the wire harness to be routed down the steering column:
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