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Old 02-04-2019, 02:39 PM   #11 (permalink)
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How many of the 4 pin relays are there? I dont have my sled nearby to check. I'd like to replace all of them so it isnt a worry for any of them.
4 of that relay, 2 of a different one
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Old 02-04-2019, 02:49 PM   #12 (permalink)
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When I first bought my Viper, I would warm up the sled before breakfast. When I returned ready to ride, it would not start. The way that we got around this issue is to start the sled, put on your helmet and then leave for the days ride. The ZR7000 that I have now is the same 'beast' and I do the same startup sequence. I do fill the sled with fuel at the end of the day too to keep out moisture. When it gets cold(below -10C at night), I use either isopropyl gas line antifreeze or Sea Foam.
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4 of that relay, 2 of a different one

Would you suggest replacing the other 2 with sealed units as well? Do you know the part number for them as well?
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Would you suggest replacing the other 2 with sealed units as well? Do you know the part number for them as well?
the 2 different ones are shift forward and shift reverse. probably not a huge deal if one ever did stick, but i will see if i can find a sealed version of those as well.

edit, i found sealed versions of the others as well and have a stock order coming next week.
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Always a good time when -15F.
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I'm sure your getting good at taking the hood off.

Is your symptom nothing when you turn the key on, that's what my 7000 was doing a couple weeks ago at -25F.
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I'm sure your getting good at taking the hood off.

Is your symptom nothing when you turn the key on, that's what my 7000 was doing a couple weeks ago at -25F.

In my experience when I start the sled and let it warm up then shut it off until I'm ready it freezes. So now I don't start it until I know I'm leaving.
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In my experience when I start the sled and let it warm up then shut it off until I'm ready it freezes. So now I don't start it until I know I'm leaving.
Mine is the opposite once its started it starts great until the next morning.
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A few weeks back, we had 3 sidewinders, and 2 vipers. 4 out of the 5 had issues.


3 out of 4 started, but then would not restart once we shut them off. Like others have said, we warmed them up, then went inside to put on the rest of our gear. Would have been ready to go, but we had one of the other machines not start at all.


The one that did not start at all, we had to take the relay inside and warm it up. Once that one fired, the chain reaction started to happen with the other relays on the other machines. Took us an hour to get going in the morning. Neg 11 F that morning.
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The shift relays are a single pole double throw unlike the other five in the fuse box that are single throw. The two shift relays are larger rectangular shape with 5 terminals so they can't be interchanged with the other square 4 terminal relays. The OEM relays come as "Flux Sealed" and can be replaced with relays that rated as "Washable".

Square relays, 4 terminal:
ISC (main relay)
Fuel
Fan
Headlight
Tail (lighting relay)

Original Part# (flux sealed): 303-1AH-C-R1-12vdc
Replacement Part# (washable sealed): 303-1AH-S-R1-12vdc
https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetai...lGo6lFOYUsTYwbpP89ku/7wyBpVWigJQObwg6RppX8prP

Rectangle relays, 5 terminals:
Forward shift
Reverse shift

Original Part# (flux sealed): 301-1C-C-R1- U01-12VDC
Replacement Part# (washable sealed): 301-1C-S-R1-12VDC
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