2004 Polaris Freedom, Virage, Genesis and MSX-140 Service Manual., Page 275Get this manual

2004 Polaris Freedom, Virage, Genesis and MSX-140 Service Manual., Page 275

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS Hall Effect Sensor Testing The trigger coils are Hall Effect sensors and require constant DC power source
as flywheel rotation continues3Repeat the test for the other trigger coilsNOTE: Diagram depicts connecting at stator harness
outside of electrical box for reference onlyConnections are always made with electrical box connectionsNEG NOTE: Actual resistance
readings may vary with different metersA specific resistance reading is not criticalThe reading must, however, switch sharply
from high to low resistance, and then back again as the flywheel is rotated Gray PIN: 2 Brown Pin: 4 Green Pin: 5 Red Pin:
3 Alternate Method Of Testing Hall Effect Sensors Static Timing Light tool (PN 2871745) can be used to test Hall Effect sensorsSimply
connect the white test wire to the Red (MAG), or Green (PTO) wire from the stator inside the electrical boxConnect the tool's
BLK lead to stator GRY and the BRN lead to stator BRNIf the sensor is functioning properly, the LED lamp will blink on and