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Hisun UTV SxS Forum

This is for all of you Hisun UTV, SxS (Side by Side) owners. Discussions about Hisun UTV specific topics including Sector, Strike, and HS models.

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    • If the sensor is cheap enough, it's worth a try. But I've been burned before by making an assumption about something mechanical, that I thought was obvious. I try not to make expensive mistakes like that anymore. 
    • If it's an OBD2 port, then, in theory it should be easy to connect. I'm sure that it won't have all the pids that an auto has. But if it has a compatible protocol, it should give up what it does have. A live data reading would solve the problem in short order. The OBD2 port has a distinctive shape, as do all the different diagnostic ports. The tester is cheap enough. I buy the cheap ones at harbor freight. Make the shape comparison, to be sure it's actually the right port. Non OBD2 is a bit more difficult, because it's not universal. So there's no point wasting time on that. That belt sensor is probably hard wired then. I've got the same thing in my car. Short of unraveling the harness. Only an electrical diagram would tell where it goes. Even then, it likely goes through the CPU.  Nothing much to add, unless you haven't tried jiggling the buckle while it's clasped and driving. Listening for any change in engine tone, or cadence.  So waiting on the service tech would be my move. Otherwise you're chasing things that likely aren't broken. Which isn't necessarily a bad thing, if you had the tools, and the time. Ask the tech, if you get the chance. If it is indeed standard OBD2. This information will come up later!  Now would be an excellent time to source a service manual. If it's even available now, it certainly won't be in a couple of years.     
    • Hey guys! My throttle cable broke in its housing. Can anyone tell me what aftermarket cable would work for a 1100 renegade Joyner? TIA
    • It’s s  the same issue I had last yr, wasn’t a clogged injector. 
    • The book shows trouble codes so I’m assuming a plug I found in front by storage compartment & radiator is my OBD2 port. To trace this wire will result in complete wiring breakdown as it’s involves other circuit wiring  in the harness itself. I did use jump wire on seatbelt also checked voltage thru it. It test low voltage thus I jumped with no different results.  Appreciate  the info bro.


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