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Old 02-06-2018, 05:27 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Is it five for sleds with electric start and three for pull-start sleds?
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What is the part number for NAPA?
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What is the part number for NAPA?
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I will try and swing by NAPA today and see if they can cross reference the Panasonic part # for me. I am seriously considering carrying a spare at this point.
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e-start relays never fail. you only need three relays. the e-start relays are only used when you use your e-start. the other three are energized any time your sled is running.i never replaced a e-start relay yet. and i work on more than 60 axys chassis sleds a year.
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e-start relays never fail. you only need three relays. the e-start relays are only used when you use your e-start. the other three are energized any time your sled is running.i never replaced a e-start relay yet. and i work on more than 60 axys chassis sleds a year.
Thanks Rick. So three total it is.

Which ones are the correct three to replace then? Where are they each located on the 2018s?
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2 of them stare you in the face when you remove the hood. Right on the cross member above the exhaust manifold. 3rd is in the black bag of goodies above the voltage regulator which is mounted above the primary clutch on the clutch guard.
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e-start relays never fail. you only need three relays. the e-start relays are only used when you use your e-start. the other three are energized any time your sled is running.i never replaced a e-start relay yet. and i work on more than 60 axys chassis sleds a year.
I ended up buying 6 of the panasonic relays last year and had changed the three main ones out, one was pretty bad the other two looked fine leaving me with 3 spares just in case or if a buddy needed one.

I changed the other two out, one being the e-start, at the beginning of this season as I went through all the connections on the sled. The e-start relay didn't fail, but was looking nasty like one of the relays i replaced under the hood last year.

Thanks NSP and any others who dug in and shed some light on these relay issues.
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Old 02-10-2018, 09:56 AM   #29 (permalink)
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So I picked up some clutch kits and a relay kit from rick a couple months ago for are sba's . In the instructions for the relay kit it says you my have to take it to the dealer and have the valves relearned when replacing the valve relay?. You guys run into this?. I have been holding off on installing it because of this Don't want to lose any ride time.
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Old 02-10-2018, 10:04 AM   #30 (permalink)
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You don't have to. The possibility exists that you might. I had no problems when I switched mine out.
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