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But coming back last night a check engine light is showing up now stays on until I go full throttle then it will shut off for a minute then reappear?? I am going to try to pull codes in a hr or so any ideas has this happened to anyone else??? Also didnt want to go past 70 mph after light comes on! I assume that's some sort of limp mode. Last edited: Jan 29, MauimanJan 29, Until you read the code or codes, can't be of any help at all.

Do however suggest you not push it hard like that until you know whats actually happening. Ry3an7 and Jesusfreak like this. PNG File size: Should I reset it and see if codes come back?? And how are codes reset. Quick search, this is all I could find. MauimanFeb 6, That bites, please let us know how you make out. I got a call from the dealer after my sled be in there for over a week they changed out the actuator that they believe was the problem and it turns out it wasn't the check engine light came back on after they took it out for a test ride now I feel like they just pulling parts and replacing them to try to fix the problem.

MauimanFeb 15, So I am at dealer writing this they found issue it was chafed wires that go into a resister or capacitor near spare belt holder they pulled one of another sled and fixed it in just getting security enabled then in off and will test it myself later tonite!!!!!!

Hope it's fixed.Polaris recommends that to change oil after driving the snowmobile for the first miles, then again every miles. This helps the engine run smoothly and protects against engine problems. Learn how to change the oil in a Polaris FST snowmobile to help you get many more years of enjoyment out of your snowmobile. Slide or push the snowmobile onto a level, even surface.

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Check the Polaris snowmobile's front panel display and review its coolant temperatures. The temperature should be between degrees and degrees Fahrenheit. If the temperature is below degrees F, turn the ignition key and run the engine on idle until the temperature is between the two aforementioned ranges.

Turn the ignition key to the "Off" position to shut down the engine. Open the front hood of the Polaris FST snowmobile. Lift up and remove the plastic side panel on the left side of the engine compartment. Put an oil drain pan on the floor. Disconnect the oil return hose, a rubber tube connected to the plastic oil tank. Place the end of the hose into the drain pan to allow the old oil to drain out. It may take up to 30 minutes for all of the oil to drain. Change the oil filter while waiting for the oil to drain.

Take off the oil filter cap, found on the left side of the engine compartment, and slide out the oil filter.

How to Change the Oil in a Polaris FST

Insert a new oil filter and turn the oil filter cap to tighten it. Reconnect the oil return hose and remove the oil dipstick from the oil tank. Wipe the dipstick with a clean rag. Pour two quarts of engine oil into the oil tank and insert the dipstick back into the tank. Turn the snowmobile's ignition key and run the Polaris FTS snowmobile's engine on idle for five minutes to bring the temperature back between degrees and degrees F.

Turn off the engine. Remove the dipstick and look at the oil levels by checking the oil marks on the stick against the stick's engraved level measurements. Add more oil to the tank until the oil levels match the dipstick's recommended marking. Place the plastic panel back over the engine compartment. Push down to lock into place. Close the Polaris snowmobile's hood. Resume use of the vehicle. This article was written by the It Still Runs team, copy edited and fact checked through a multi-point auditing system, in efforts to ensure our readers only receive the best information.

To submit your questions or ideas, or to simply learn more about It Still Runs, contact us. Step 1 Slide or push the snowmobile onto a level, even surface.

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Step 3 Put an oil drain pan on the floor. Step 4 Change the oil filter while waiting for the oil to drain. Step 5 Reconnect the oil return hose and remove the oil dipstick from the oil tank. Step 6 Turn off the engine. Warning Always make sure the Polaris FST snowmobile's engine is off before attempting to do any sort of maintenance work. Casanovas; About the Author This article was written by the It Still Runs team, copy edited and fact checked through a multi-point auditing system, in efforts to ensure our readers only receive the best information.Our new search experience requires JavaScript to be enabled.

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Login or Register Customer Service. By AmSnow Editors September 19, Rare sight! When we received our independent dyno results on the new Polaris FST engine last season we were eager to try it out on the snow.

At a surprising hp the FST seemed an over-achiever. We knew our own FST Switchback was on its way to our garage for a season of testing. We were all ready to load the new 4-stroke turbo onto our trailer and head north. Switchback setbacks Right about the time the trails were opening, we had to take the FST back to our local dealer to handle a recall on the starter gear.

More trouble though. Arriving at our "top secret" test facility in northern Wisconsin we put the key in and turned it, only to find we had no juice coming from the battery. After another run to the shop, we dropped in a new battery. With that replaced we were off with the FST for a 4-day romp through the big snows of Michigan's western U.

After 15 miles of playing in 3 feet of new snow, more problems cropped up. What originally felt like a blown belt proved to be a much bigger problem - faulty PERC reverse gear engagement.

See dealer comments below. Diagnosis This sled had a serious case of stage fright. We can't give you a true full-season riding impression, as we only got to log 35 of our own miles on it.

Stuff happens and occasionally there's a problem unit. This was one. But what distresses us most is being unable to give you, our readers, a full long-term report. We could tell you how much we liked the Switchback chassis in our model a year earlier, but that model was dropped this season and we're thinking you're curious mainly about the the FST. We would not be doing our job as unbiased evaluators if we did not tell you our true sled experiences, and this one, we're sorry to say, was in the shop much of the winter.

AmSnow will continue to report to you all the pros and cons of our season-long testing and we plan to evaluate another FST model this season! After unloading our machines we went for a day-long ride. The FST started right up and idled flawlessly.

When I went to drive the sled it acted exactly the way it should, it drove beautifully.Discussion in ' General Yamaha Discussion ' started by mrosenowMar 15, Log in or Sign up. We are no longer supporting TapaTalk as a mobile app for our sites. The TapaTalk App has many issues with speed on our server as well as security holes that leave us vulnerable to attacks and spammers. Anyone know anything about the Polaris Dragon Turbo?

Messages: 98 Location: Neenah, WI. Friend of mine just bought a leftover Polaris Dragon Turbo four stroke. Took it out on the lake today I told him this thing would give him trouble. Looks like I was right. Has anyone had any experience with these?

Anyone know anything about the Polaris Dragon 750 Turbo?

I see some things on it I like a lot I'll stick to my Nytro. It looks like it is code Anyone know what that is? The funny thing is he rode with us a few weeks ago LOL He is a good rider and in the rough trails was doing all he could to keep up. Messages: Location: Cedarburg, Wi. Those really are good sleds. They sound a little industrial, but they have a lot of power.

Regardless, it is under warranty and should be taken to the dealer for what appears to be a not properly set up sled. That can happen to any of the sledmakers.Your sled is only as strong as the components that build it. Find the best parts for your snowmobile. Skip to content Skip to navigation Skip to footer. Filter your results by vehicle See if it fits your vehicle : Only showing products that fit your :. Select Year Year Select Model Model Filter Results.

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