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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-05-2013, 03:36 PM Thread Starter
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On my 2011 Jackpot, there is an electrical connector hanging down by the oil filter area. It has a black plastic cover over the end of it. Has about 15 wires and is 2" wide. Anyone know what it is for ?


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Can you post a picture? Is the connector plugged in or disconnected?

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Not connectted to anything. Has a black plastic cap on it. The shop manual refers to a ACC connector.

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I have looked in my Vegas manual And I do not see what you are talking about.. Need a picture please.

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I'll post a picture tonight.
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Attachment 9377 here is your harness and I do not see what you are talking about..Item 4 says it is the diagnostic plug for the scanner to plug into. If that is what you are talking about. http://parts.polarisind.com/Assemblies.asp

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Here it is in the picture ( I think) - called the ACC connector. Earlier I wrote AAC.
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Here it is in the picture ( I think) - called the ACC connector. Earlier I wrote AAC.
There is a system called Six Sigma that manufacturer's use to eliminate errors. One of the simplest areas one could eliminate errors would be to force drafting dept's to get out of the habit of capitalizing everything on their drawings and schematics.

My guess is that ACC is not a three letter acronym for some vital system that has come unplugged on your machine, but rather an abbreviation for "Accessory." If you have a meter and there are two pins in the connector, test it for voltage, my guess is 12 Vdc.

Then again, Victory stupidly labels the Acceleration function on the cruise control ACC. What's a poor technical writer to do?




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Attachment 9379 found it, it is for the fused part off the bagger models

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