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Old 02-04-2019, 09:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Fuel pump relays froze.

All three of our SW's last weekend suffered from the relay freezing issue. Mind you it was -15F where we rode but here's what I experienced. All 3 sleds would fire right up in the morning no problem but after they warmed up and shut back off while we got dressed is when the freeze up would occur. Pulled the relay out warmed it up in my hand for a minute and good to go. We also had the relay labeled "main" freeze up on one sled. The sled started but didn't have lights or gauge display. Another issue I had was no reverse and I think it's the "reverse actuator" relay causing that as well. I unloaded in 50deg weather yesterday and it reversed out of the trailer just fine.
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Old 02-04-2019, 12:33 PM   #2 (permalink)
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My 9000RR has done the same, and I'm going to get sealed units first, before relocating the fuse block. I've only had the fuel pump relay freeze, and it seemed like leaving the key forward eventually got it working.
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I had the same problem when the sled (14 7000) sat over night -25+ below zero, about the time I was going to take the hood off the sled (guys trying the key) it would start and run great all day until next morning.

I think leaving the key on would cause resistance in relay and it would start working.
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we'll be stocking them soon, but for now, just get the sealed version that they should have used in the first place.
part number 303-1AH-S-R1-12vdc
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we'll be stocking them soon, but for now, just get the sealed version that they should have used in the first place.
part number 303-1AH-S-R1-12vdc

Right on, thanks.
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we'll be stocking them soon, but for now, just get the sealed version that they should have used in the first place.
part number 303-1AH-S-R1-12vdc
Tommcat - let us know when you get these relays in I'm interested.
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We use the Song Chuan Relays on our industrial instrument panels. Used on big Cat engines. Pretty good quality IMO
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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.
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Not sure if the 9000 has the same as a 7000. My 7000 has 5 four pin relays.
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