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post #1 of 10 Old January 18th, 2012, 07:10 PM Thread Starter
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Trick to Fuse Box?

Just wondering what the trick is to get the fuse box off the mount so I can install the wire from a Polaris winch kit to the accessory terminal. I took the cover off the fuse box but I can't seem to get the module out so I can access the back of the box to install the wire.

What's the trick?

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post #2 of 10 Old January 18th, 2012, 07:16 PM
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post #3 of 10 Old January 19th, 2012, 07:27 AM
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Re: Trick to Fuse Box?

I installed a Polaris winch on my 09 50" and didn't need to add any wiring to the fuse box. Polaris supplies a fused wire with a female bullet connector under the dash for supplying switched power to the contactor box. (At least they did back in 09)

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Re: Trick to Fuse Box?

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I installed a Polaris winch on my 09 50" and didn't need to add any wiring to the fuse box. Polaris supplies a fused wire with a female bullet connector under the dash for supplying switched power to the contactor box. (At least they did back in 09)

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I installed a Polaris winch on my 09 50" and didn't need to add any wiring to the fuse box. Polaris supplies a fused wire with a female bullet connector under the dash for supplying switched power to the contactor box. (At least they did back in 09)

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Re: Trick to Fuse Box?

There is an empty accessory spot in the fuse box in the lower left corner. It's for "always on" connection to the battery. Just push a 1/4" terminal into the opening. No need to remove the box. A small wire will fit under the fusebox cover but a larger wire might need a small clearance notch to be filed in the edge.

I wanted my winch to work with the key off so this is where I attached the rocker switch wire.


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Re: Trick to Fuse Box?

Yes....very easy to do.....in each corner there is a small tab that must be released and the fuse block comes out. I used a 90 degree pick to lif tabs. Once done you simply just push block back in till you hear the clicks...TA DA
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Why not just run straight to the battery?

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Re: Trick to Fuse Box?

The always on location is good info, i might use that to power my OEM horn that I have ordered, like to be able to honk at people when they are about to back over me, usually occurs without the motor running.

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Re: Trick to Fuse Box?

There is an aux 30 amp fuse in the block that I planned to use to power my KC lights anyone see a problem with this?

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