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I have alot of issues with this machine that I'm trying to figure out and fix.  Today when I was fixing the shifter I see this cable connection that is not connected to anything.  I looked and can't find where it might need to be.  Any ideas would be greatfull.

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16 hours ago, NewtoUTV said:

I have alot of issues with this machine that I'm trying to figure out and fix.  Today when I was fixing the shifter I see this cable connection that is not connected to anything.  I looked and can't find where it might need to be.  Any ideas would be greatfull.

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I checked under my hood and only seen 2 black connectors. One was a different shape than that and when disconnected did not look yellow inside. But there was another black connector that I could not disconnect that was that shape. It had 3 white wires, 1 black and 1 red and was connected under the part that I have the red arrow pointing to. Check to see if there is wiring connected under that part and if not, what you are holding may be the connector.

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2 hours ago, NewtoUTV said:

That was where it goes, thought it might fix my problem with the odomiter not working but it didn't.  I wounder what it is for as I didn't notice anything else light up on the dash.

I went to the Coleman website and looked through some of the diagrams. Then I put in what I thought was the part number and it came up as a Voltage Regulator.

Part #2 https://www.colemanpowersportsusa.com/parts/utv_side-by-side-parts/outfitter-400_ut400/electrical-components

Googled part # - https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-1-d&q=P115000321000000-d

Not sure why anyone would disconnect that, but you should look into it some more.

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I don't think someone disconnect it, I bought this machine new, I beleive it was never connected.  I have been tring for over a year to get coleman to deal with the issues, but they will not help me.  I have even filed a BBB complant and they would not even reply to them.  So I need to try to figure out the issues.  

This being connected to the voltage regulator will probally fix one of the issues I have been having, the battery icon always turning on and off.  Fingers crossed.  Thank you

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10 hours ago, NewtoUTV said:

I don't think someone disconnect it, I bought this machine new, I beleive it was never connected.  I have been tring for over a year to get coleman to deal with the issues, but they will not help me.  I have even filed a BBB complant and they would not even reply to them.  So I need to try to figure out the issues.  

This being connected to the voltage regulator will probally fix one of the issues I have been having, the battery icon always turning on and off.  Fingers crossed.  Thank you

Well, straight out of the factory, I've seen a number of people complaining about bolts being loose, air filters being installed backwards, small engine repair shops stating that valves were not adjusted correctly, and the complaints go on and on. This may be why Coleman filed for bankruptcy about a year ago and why their parts department was not functioning until just a few months ago. They weren't shipping out any parts and I even reached out to Hisun, who basically makes the parts for the UTV and their response was, "sorry, we do not want anything to do with Coleman, so you're on your own".

Best of luck and just take one issue at a time. There are many of us out there supporting one another, as well as plenty of YouTube vids that can be helpful.

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12 hours ago, NewtoUTV said:

Needs to be a class action against them!

Yeah, I agree. And to make matters worse, myself and someone else I know was sold a UTV from Tractor Supply as new only to find out the UTV was used. The other guy was able to return his, but I hesitated too long and was not able to do so. As with you, I was not able to get a hold of Coleman and when contacting Hisun, they wanted nothing to do with Coleman products anymore and would not honor any warranty, do to all the things wrong with mine.

It seems that there are many people who have had little to no problems with theirs, but others have bought a nightmare. In my case, I just take one problem at a time and just move on from there. In spite of all the problems, I really like this UTV in comparison to others I've looked at, all of which were way too expensive and seemingly smaller and less comfortable in design.

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