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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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Have a 98 indy. Right now the lights go on and off including brake lights and warmers. Without books can not find problem. Found only 1 ground right ot ignition. It was like a bre Any ideas would save some hair.aker or something. I see where wires come out at the cd box. Found a spot at the bottom of motor where wires go to. No idea what that is.

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its the voltage regulator,on the right side of the sled when your sitting on it,right on the inside of the motor compartment, i replaced the one on my 99 SS 550 polaris wanted $65 for one got a parts unlimited for $18 and it works great,easy to install also

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the original one had an orange light that would be one when the lights were working and off when nothing worked,you could use a voltage tester to see,not sure what they are supposed to be putting out,yes it looks like you have to be a dealer to order,look for the nearest dealer,thats where i got mine

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Garym we'll have a look at it. Could be the vr but I'm thinking a connection or broken wire before that or just after. We have a couple bone yards around the area that will have a vr if thats what you need.

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