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My Polaris 500 started quitting on me. It turned out to be corrosion on the left handle bar kill switch wiring. After repairing, I pulled apart many wiring connectors and filled them with dielectric (does not conduct electricity) grease to make them resistant to water and corrosion.
your reverse over ride not working , u need to open switch box see if you have power to the switch when bike is running with a test light then with brake on and in reverse check the output wire to see if you have power out when depressed be sure you have the wheels up in the air when you do this for safety sake
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check key switch for voltage coming in and out of it with a test light .if you have voltage in and out. go to fuse block check it should have 4 fuses check contacts . disconnect battery clean them with small flat driver .commen problem .with all fuses out. key on, test contact for power atleast 3 should have power one should have power when starter button is applied make sure all contacts are making contact to posts on fuses.