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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-17-2011, 12:29 AM Thread Starter
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electric fuel gauge and temp guage

does polaris make an electric fuel guage for a 2002 edge 700? if they do where do i find one and how do i install it. i have read on this website that some sleds have the sender pre wired into the wiring harness, is this true for my sled? any comments/help/ANYTHING will help

also i want to ad a temp gauge to my sled. does polaris make one also? if so where can i find one. how does it work same goes for here ANY HELP IS GREATLY APPRIECIATED!!!

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I have not seen an electric fuel gauge, but there are temp gauges you can mount in the hose that comes off the thermostat housing. www.denniskirk.com has Koso gauges in analog and digital, do a search on temperature gauge and it should show you. One of our members, Blaine1, has a video posted on Youtube on how to install one. Here's a link.

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You can retrofit an electronic fuel gauge from a Classic, or the sort. I've seen it done. You will need to cut a hole in the tank also and put in a float.

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