I've had several notices on my Assault 800. Talked to the dealer about a month ago and they ordered the parts to get mine done. They had the parts about a week later, not sure what they are but there are some parts to be replaced apparently. They are doing the fix sometime next month for me so I can sell or trade the sled this fall. I have a new Assault 650 ordered so I'm probably just going to trade it with the dealer because i want to make sure the new sled arrives before I get rid of this one.
I would guess that anyone with a sled purchased and registered with Polaris to their current address has gotten the recall letter. The concern is the fuel line rubbing on the airbox. The actual work/parts can go two ways.
After they have inspected the fuel line for wear...
1. If it is not worn, they just make sure the fuel line is routed and secured properly.
2. ELSE, they have to replace the fuel line, and make sure that it is routed and secured properly. They should check it for leaks after it has been replaced.
Polaris will not allow the dealers to farm this out to customers, because the dealer and Polaris have to verify, for sure, how many of these have been inspected and properly repaired. If it is marked in their books and then that is transmitted to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC government), IF it was not actually inspected or repaired, the dealer and Polaris would be in trouble.
Polaris has determined the fuel supply hose between the fuel pump and fuel rail assembly on some model year 2015-2020 600cc and 800cc AXYS trail performance and crossover snowmobiles may have been improperly secured to the right, rear over-structure tube during manufacture. An improperly secured...
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled snowmobiles and contact a Polaris dealer to schedule a free inspection and, if needed, a free repair. Polaris is notifying dealers and contacting registered owners directly.
It details all the year/model combinations involved. Rush, Switchback, Adventure, RMK, Voyageur, Indy.
The Government agencies involved include the United States: CPSC and Canada's: Health Canada
Just wondering if any one had any info on the new mbrp quiet can? I have a 800 and I know they make them for an 850 I was curious if anyone knew if the 850 one would work for an 800? I'd get a trail can but the state laws don't allow them but they allow the quiet can. If any one has any info...
hello I have a 2014 rmk 800 with a boondocker turbo on it. Here is the problem it will not rev above 7200 rpms I have installed a new fuel
Filter new plugs compression is 125 on both pto and mag side motor has 1 season on it from Indy specialties the boondocker controller is set at factory...
I snow checked a sks without electric start I was curious to know if the sled still came with a battery or not...i know there's a decent weight savings but not quite sure if that includes getting rid of the battery as well...
Does anyone kno?
Thanks for your help
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