From wire extensions and speaker wire to harnesses with built-in relays and inline fuses, for all your Polaris Ranger Full-Size wiring and harness needs, Everything Polaris Ranger is here to lend a helping hand. Generally, using plug-and-play wire harnesses are the easiest way to bring life to an electric powered accessory. However, it is possible to hardwire things like sound bars, lights, and communication systems directly to the battery; and bus bars can also be used as electrical junctions on which to attach your machine's various accessories. However you decide to configure the electric system in your Full-Size Polaris Ranger 1000, 900, or 570, we've got the wiring and wire harnesses that will enable you to do it right. Sometimes, even the simplest UTV wiring jobs can be a pain. But if you breathe, relax, and take things one step at a time, you will figure it out. Blowing fuses, for example, is extremely frustrating, and can be caused by several factors. As a test to see if the issue is wiring related, you can disconnect the accessory in question and see if the fuse blows without it hooked up to the relay harness. And if it turns out the problem stems from faulty wiring or harnesses, you know just the place for the best replacements!
With accessories such as light bars, cube lights, and accent lighting, many riders like to wire them to the bus bar for key-only power. This is a good way to preserve the battery and avoid unnecessary drainage. Furthermore, some switches have built-in lights, which might stay on all the time, and if they are powered via wire harnesses with built-in relays and inline fuses, you might have to channel your inner electrician and do a little splicing. It isn't hard, and only requires you to cut the jumper that goes from constant power on the relay and hook it up to ignition power. That will then power the switch off with the key off. Alternatively, you could get a different style harness. And regardless of the type of harness you're after to use in your Polaris Ranger Full-Size, we've got what your electrical system needs at Everything Polaris Ranger.