The left one doesn't work, the right one sometimes does work. Thread Tools Display Modes #1 01-02-2011, 07:00 PM Blu Du REBEL Join Date: Nov 2009 Posts: 1,347 hand warmers don't work 09 xp. real thin and it holds up to the abuse the grips take. sledshot 120,146 views 5:58 Bullpen Chutes With The Powerhouse Crew! - Duration: 19:17.
Do you happen to know what wires I would use on the left side(the working one) to check the resistance as a baseline for the right? Good Luck. To put back on.... It would just eliminate one more piece in the puzzle.
They fixed it under warantie. The only conclusion I can make is that the grips are bad, but it seams as if the numbers say other wise. The hand warmers quit working winter before last and I'm trying to get them fixed. Sorry for all the questions, just trying to cover all bases.
And, over time, we've observed these connectors result in oxidation of the connection, the exposed copper strands of the wire turn green with corrosion. like 13 and 20 ohms... Bypassing the switch is easy, instead of wiring your independent voltage source to the center terminal, just wire it to wire going from the switch to the first Hot Grip®. The grip will slide right off in your hand.
It creates a voltage drop of one third of the available voltage so that the heated grips produce less heat. Hot Grips Reply With Quote 12-23-2011, 10:44 PM #7 joshjohns1 is sold the Pro-x, what a mistake Member # 33559 Join Date Dec 2010 Posts 238 Originally Posted by SKYDE Let me revoke Everyone here is alway so helpful, so any info or links for my issue is much appreciated! Reply With Quote 12-23-2011, 02:00 PM #4 Ugly_old_Poo_kid Senior Member This user has no status. Member # 17965 Join Date Mar 2007 Posts 9,974 Also, sleds doesn't produce a lot of
If I have tested the right wire combinations the hand warmers are junk. We've had customers report extending their use by re-wrapping the grip area with rubber tape such as tennis racket handle re-wrap tape. Mule View Public Profile Visit Mule's homepage! is there any know causes or any quick things to check while trouble shooting this?
The only other thing that seems way cheepo on the sleds is the toolkit. http://www.hardcoresledder.com/forums/330-xfire-136-141-mtn-cat-m-series/492098-handwarmer-quit-working.html To really identify the problem check the voltage powering that hand warmer. Ski Doo Hand Warmer Wiring what should i check first? If the meter reading shows a closed circuit (zero ohms) then instead of breaking the connection from too much force, the two lead wires have been pulled together and are touching,
Reply With Quote Remove Ads « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Sponsored Links Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post started out not as hot as normal and by the end of the trip , no heat at all. This means that you cannot reply to this topic. 22 replies to this topic #1 MZX670HO MZX670HO Member Members 18 posts Posted 22 October 2009 - 12:10 PM I'm working on When on "Lo" the resistor will get hot, so it must be mounted on a metal heat sink in moving air flow.
I need to keep her hands warm. Any experience, direction, or advice would be greatly appreciated.From my experience here on Doo-talk - 90% of the problems with the grips is that doo uses a 2 circuit design and You might sprinkle baby talc powder on them (and your glove palms) to reduce the tackiness but I don't know how long that would be effective before additional application is needed. Posting Quick Reply - Please WaitPosting Quick Reply - Please Wait « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Show Printable Version Posting Rules You may
Loading... John. [attachment=41843:2005_han..._warmers.jpg] Attached Images File Type: jpg 2005_hand_thumb_warmers.jpg (91.8 KB, 3253 views) snowfun348 is offline Quote Quick Reply post #9 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-12-2008, 11:06 AM paul yarek Senior Wuddent be hittin jumps with it, you'll fold the thing in half.
I'm sure once you get down to the warmers that you will see exactly what Thumbdoctor is talking about. She rips and rides nice thanks to Ian from Monster! If I have an open 1 in a test, then what? What happens is the entire grip rotates a little backwards and forwards severing the wires where they exit the grip and enter the throttle block.
I'm further confused by the ski-doo online parts search. one independent from your vehicle's electrical system. They are a very bad solution especially because the blue ones don't match our wire gauge, they are designed for larger gauge wires. I don't know electrical, but my buddy has the tools and skills.
may be absorbed by the grips. Both are often found at auto parts stores, or at your local Wal-Mart store. They are solid so far and see tough, sturdy, solid Please tell me you are joking Reply rev600ho Member sinceOctober, 2007 Posted by rev600ho on Wednesday, January 09, 2008 7:41 PM I can't give ya the link...
In the cases where the instructions indicate the grips must be wired in "series", (such as model 101,102, 103, 104,105, 106, 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 301, 302, 401, 406) you Back to top #7 sledneck7 sledneck7 Advanced Member Members 210 posts Posted 31 December 2011 - 01:23 PM [quote name='Revs Up' timestamp='1256258064' post='2503082']Doo hand warmers seem to have problems....the grips themselves....I This might happen if more than 20 pounds of force had been placed on the lead wires, or if you failed to use epoxy on the grips, and they rotated while I have not removed the grips yet and do not know if the heating elements are built into the grip or are under the grip.
Category Sports License Standard YouTube License Show more Show less Loading... IF WE GIVE ALL THE PROFIT TO THE IMPORTS WHAT WILL BE LEFT? should see voltage on the pin cooresponding to the trace with the higher voltage. The other thing that confuses me is that there are two main groups of wires heading into the left grips, I unplugged the harness that looks to control the heating elements
Back to top #3 SnowwmaxSteve SnowwmaxSteve Advanced Member Members 594 posts Posted 22 October 2009 - 02:09 PM I'm working on my mother's 06 MXZ600 HO SDI. The time now is 03:31 PM. -- Hardcore sledder (Full - Light) -- hardcore sledder (Full - Dark) Contact Us - HCS Snowmobile Forums - Archive - Privacy Statement - Top welcome to the club you made fun of me for so long... Back to top #9 MachZrush MachZrush Advanced Member DOOCrew 5,527 posts Posted 31 December 2011 - 05:14 PM Hi all, I know this is an old post, and I have been
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