DOWNLOAD 2001 Polaris SLH & Virage Service Manual PWC WaterCraft

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Service Manual Application: 2001 Polaris SLH, Virage PWC Factory Service Manual Personal WaterCraft (Water craft) PWC.

Models covered in this manual:

2001 Polaris SLH
2001 Polaris Virage

Contents of this 2001 Polaris SLH, 2001 Polaris Virage Factory Service Manual. This instant eBook contains fully detailed step-by-step repair procedures with hundreds of picture illustrations to guide you through any repair, maintenance, overhaul, service specifications or troubleshooting procedure. This expert text guide book will give you the knowledge and experience you need to perform simple basic maintenance or more complicated service procedures like engine overhaul. Covers every thing you will ever need to know to fix anything on your your 2001 Polaris SLH, 2001 Polaris Virage personal watercraft.

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File Format: PDF
Delivered In: PDF Format
Pages: 258
Language: English

Typical Polaris Service Manual Usually contains the following chapters:

GENERAL INFORMATION
SPECIFICATIONS
PERIODIC INSPECTION AND ADJUSTMENT
FUEL SYSTEM
POWER UNIT
JET PUMP UNIT
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
HULL AND HOOD
TROUBLE ANALYSIS

Some technical highlights of each chapter include: service information, specifications, troubleshooting, inspection, testing, part or parts removal, part or parts disassembly, replacement, assembly installation, exploded diagrams, specs and much more.

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COMMON POLARIS SEARCHES:

ENGINE WILL NOT START
ROUGH IDLING
ENGINE STALLS
ENGINE WILL NOT STOP
POOR PERFORMANCE
OVERHEATING
LOOSE STEERING
BILGE INCREASE
IRREGULAR WARNING INDICATION
POOR BATTERY CHARGING
YPVS SERVOMOTOR DOES NOT MOVE

Troubleshooting

If you have any trouble with your watercraft, use the troubleshooting section to check for the possible cause. The trboubleshooting section will help you find the cause so you can determin the procedure for replacement or repair, this polaris service manual will help guide you in making the correct repair the first time.

Troubleshooting chart

Engine does not start
Starter motor does not turn over
Engine shutoff switch
Clip not in place Install clip
Fuse Burned out Replace the fuse and check wiring
Battery Run down Recharge
Poor terminal connections
Terminal corroded Clean
Starter motor Faulty
Starter motor turns over
Fuel cock Turned to OFF Turn the fuel cock to ON
Fuel Empty Refill as soon as possible
Fuel tank Water or dirt present Have serviced by
Spark plug Fouled or defective Clean or replace
Spark plug cap Not connected or loose Connect properly
Crankcase Filled with water Crank engine with plug out until clean
Fuel filter Clogged or water pooled
Choke Choke valve can not be closed surely by lever operation
Engine runs irregularly or stalls
Fuel Empty Refill as soon as possible
Choke Lever is moved to on Move back to original position
Fuel filter Clogged or water pooled
Fuel tank Water or dirt present
Spark plug Fouled or defective Replace
Incorrect heat range Replace
Gap incorrect Adjust
Spark plug cap Loose Connect properly
Cracked, torn, or damaged
Electrical wiring
Loose connection Tighten or connect properly
Carburetor Incorrect idle adjustment
Adjust idle
Warning light or indicator blinks
Fuel level Empty Refill as soon as possible
Engine oil level Empty Refill immediately
Oil filter clogged Clean
Engine overheated
Jet intake clogged Clean
Low battery voltage
Battery voltage low Charge
Battery terminal connected wrong
Watercraft slow or
loses power
Cavitation Jet intake clogged Clean
Impeller damaged or worn
Jet intake clogged Clean
Spark plug Fouled or defective Replace
Incorrect heat range Replace
Gap incorrect Adjust
Spark plug caps
Loose connection Tighten or connect properly
Bilge Water in bilge Drain

CABLE AND HOSE ROUTING PARTS

Fuel filter
Fuel tank breather hose
Fuel hose
Cooling water hose
Choke cable
Throttle cable
Oil return hose
Bilge hose
Speed sensor lead
Electrical box lead
YPVS cables
Cooling water pilot outlet
Battery negative lead
Battery
Steering cable
QSTS cable
Battery breather hose
Battery positive lead
Starter motor lead
Generator lead
YPVS servomotor
Oil delivery hose
Fuel return hose
Fuel suction hose
Steering cable
Flushing hose
Bilge hoses
stator assembly
To cylinder #1
To cylinder #2
To battery positive terminal
To starter motor positive terminal
To thermoswitch
Battery negative lead
Buzzer lead
Choke cable

Engine shut-off switch – Insert the clip on the end of the engine shut-off cord, under the engine shut-off switch (black button). The engine will stop automatically when the clip is removed from the switch, such as if the operator falls off the watercraft.

Choke lever – Starting a cold engine requires a richer air-fuel mixture, which is supplied by the choke. Move the lever in direction a to turn the choke on. Move the lever in direction b to turn the choke off.

Throttle lever – Squeeze the throttle lever to increase engine speed. Release the throttle lever to decrease engine speed or to return it to the idle position.

Start switch – Push the start switch (green button) to start the engine.

Cooling water pilot outlet – This watercraft is equipped with cooling water pilot outlets. When the engine is running, cooling water is circulated in the engine, and then it is discharged from the pilot outlets. To check for proper operation of the cooling system, check that water is being discharged from the pilot outlets. If water is not being discharged from the outlets, cooling water may not be circulating in the engine. When this occurs, stop the engine and check for the cause.

Steering system – Your watercraft can be steered by turning the handlebars the same direction you wish to travel. When the handlebars are turned, the angle of the jet thrust nozzle is changed, and the direction of the watercraft is changed accordingly. Since the strength of the jet thrust determines the speed and direction of a turn, the throttle must always be open when attempting a turn, except at trolling speed.

Engine overheat warning system – This model is equipped with an engine overheat warning system. If the engine starts to overheat, the warning light and the engine overheat warning indicator begin to blink, the buzzer sounds, and the engine speed will be limited to about 3,400 r/min. When this occurs, check for water discharge at the cooling water pilot outlet. If there is no discharge of water, reduce the engine speed and beach the watercraft, and then check the intake grate and impeller for clogging.

Multifunction information center – This meter contains following functions for the help and convenience of operation.

1 Tachometer
2 Speedometer
3 Fuel meter
4 Hour meter
5 Warning light
6 Oil warning indicator
7 Engine overheat warning indicator
8 Fuel warning indicator
9 Reset button

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