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power steering Fuse on an 09 grizzly 700

Where is the power steering Fuse on an 09 grizzly 700?
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Not sure off the top of my head. Have to check the manual.

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Old 11-27-2011, 12:37 PM
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could anyone look at this schematic and decipher where i might find the power steering fuse? Thanks
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Look right under the front rack next to the battery. It should be in the fuse box located there. Check inside the fuse box lid. It often tells you which fuse is which. Hope this helps.

If you need a copy of the service manual which has a complete section on trouble shooting the EPS sysytem.. send me a pm with your email addy.
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Old 11-27-2011, 03:14 PM
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i'll check again i know excactly what your talking about but i don't think the eps fuse is in there
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Look on the cover of the fuse box lid. It will show you if it is for the eps. I do believe it is in there.

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i checked again and there is no eps fuse there is head light, fan signal,4x4 but no eps
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my issue is that my power steering light is on and the eps is not working. i'm getting no power to the power steering motor and i can't find the fuse.
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check your email as I just sent you a link to download the service manual. By everything I looked at in the schematics etc. I am sure it is right near the battery. It may be possible that it is not in that fuse box although that is were I expected to find it. It is in a red wire which runs direct from the battery.
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They have recently updated the large file transfer program that I use so please advise that you have received the file. There is a whole section on troubleshooting the EPS in the manual.
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That red wire after the fuse becomes red / black stripe. After looking closer at the pics I posted above it could be one of those green relay looking boxes beside the fuse box. I see the heavy red wire going under those and a red / black also coming from under them.
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There are the big fuses out side of the box. I beleive they are white and green. One of them is the eps fuse.

Check all the connections from the eps motor.

Have you ran a diagnostic through the pod to see what codes it is throwing?

What year is your bike? Have you ever swamped it?
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it is one of the green fuses outside the box for sure. one is the eps and one is the main dash fuse. check the wires underneath them, they have corroded off on mine and i had to put a inline fuse holder in. i took the other style right out. the funny thing about this is a had posted a forum on highlifter about the snorkels coming though by the pod and asked if anyone else had electrical problems cause by that. everyone said no, but they have all fixed the problem due to moisture! go figure.
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there is a pic of the fuse box on here already it is the green "j" case fuses right next to the fuse box and the starter solenoid. i dont know which one is the eps because i ended up fixing both of mine.
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I tride diagnosing through the pod and the
Light doesn't stop blinking
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