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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 01-24-2009, 12:34 PM Thread Starter
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Brian - I posted the same request over on 2 CanAm forums last week that I frequent - both had replies to buy a service manual, but also had 1 supply a link that may be what we need, but haven't had time to check it out yet - I'm going to modify my own harness as sounds like you are - will post when I find it (i'm after the 2006 Outlander schematic)......LBR

Brian - try this download - looks to be a full shop manual with 528 pages - the shematic must be in there somewhere.....also was posted the shop manual is on a $13.00 CD on Ebay......LBR
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Thanks Lance! I'll check it out!

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Did rapidshare have what you needed? Also, a couple of notes on the harness - retain both the 2/4 wheel and low/high light switch harness pigtails for maintenance purposes, the switches don't need to be hooked up all the time, just keep them in your toolbox handy if needed (someone correct me if wrong, pls). Are you defeating the reverse RPM limiter also? LBR
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Did rapidshare have what you needed? Also, a couple of notes on the harness - retain both the 2/4 wheel and low/high light switch harness pigtails for maintenance purposes, the switches don't need to be hooked up all the time, just keep them in your toolbox handy if needed (someone correct me if wrong, pls). Are you defeating the reverse RPM limiter also? LBR

I twisted the reverse over ride wires together and have full speed in reverse for whatever that is worth.

I also wired the Radiator fan to the ignition and run it constant for desert riding.

I am assumeing you are talking about the can-am switches to read error codes by turning them on and off when needed?
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I twisted the reverse over ride wires together and have full speed in reverse for whatever that is worth.
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I am assumeing you are talking about the can-am switches to read error codes by turning them on and off when needed?
Yes - the hi/low switch is needed to extract trouble codes - I brought that up only because I've never seen that particular item addressed in any threads - didn't know if all swappers were aware of that. Thanx Rockstar Offroad.... LBR
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No Prob.

The swap will throw check engine message and will go in limp mode if you dont snap and the wire harness ends together well or if dirt etc gets in them.

Have fun with the thru shaft install and clean the case out well.
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