2004 Polaris Freedom, Virage, Genesis and MSX-140 Service Manual., Page 17Get this manual

2004 Polaris Freedom, Virage, Genesis and MSX-140 Service Manual., Page 17

GENERAL INFORMATION PWC Service GuidelinesSafety Warnings Clean inside and outside of watercraft prior to servicingClean
Flex Lockt nuts when assembling componentsNever reuse Oetikert clamps when removed from fuel linesReplace with small gear
clampsAlways use Polarisauthorized lubricants, greases, and locking agents when assembling componentsFailure to do so may
cause severe engine or vehicle damageAlways disconnect the black () negative cable first from the battery when removing the
batteryWhen installing the battery, attach the red (+) positive cable first, then the black () negative cableWear appropriate
clothing, eye protection, and rubber gloves when working with batteriesBattery acid contains sulfuric acid and is extremely
poisonousSerious burns can result when in contact with skin, clothing, eyes or internal body componentsIf battery acid is
ingested, drink large quantities of water or milkFollow with milk of magnesia, beaten egg or vegetable oilCall physician
immediatelyFlush eyes for15 minutes with water and seek prompt medical attention if acid comes in contact with eyesThoroughly