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Sprayer electrical hookup on a 2021 Ranger XP1000


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3 minutes ago, bth4430 said:

I know that I am thinking of a pigtail, with an online switch, to quickly un hook the cord and remove the sprayer quickly.

That's the way mine is hooked up. I rarely carry the sprayer anymore. But it uses the same plug as on my battery maintainer. So I plug that in through the sprayer plug every day. And with it there in the back, I'll always have 12v fused access to power. Handy for utility lights too.

Keep meaning to instal a fuse block though. If I add one more thing to the electrical system, I won't have any choice. My battery terminal is maxed out. 

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1 hour ago, bth4430 said:

Thanks that is what I was looking for.  Those plugs, are they common or polaris prioritised?

 

The one on the more popular battery maintainer. At least the ones that I've seen, are the two pronged flat plug. Commonly sold at any auto parts. 

You can buy a decent harness, already wired with ring terminals, and a fuse. It's the harness sold by the battery tender types, as an accessory. They have em at Wallyworld, in the automotive battery section. Or the motorcycle section. 

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27 minutes ago, bth4430 said:

Thanks you saved me some. Searching!

I put an inline switch in the  circuit, mounted behind the seat. So I'd have a good way to cut power instantly. Without having to pull the plug, I just reach back and throw the switch. Handy for portable lighting too. 

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