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Out riding running great stoped for an hour or so started 2009 rhino 700 back up road about 1000’ stalled no power to display panel or fuse box any information would help
 

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Welcome, never owned a 700 so hopefully someone should chime in.
 

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I’ve checked all fuses looked over the wiring all grounds look good could the relays course this
 

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Electrical is never fun. You might have to get a meter or test light and start tracing wires from the battery until you find it. However you might check the ignition switch and related harness.


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Checked the wiring got power to main fuse and fuse on solinoid tested relays one doesn’t click when energized put ignition from my 2006 rhino on it still nothing ordered relay we’ll see if that works otherwise still looking for something electrical
 

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Got it fixed on bad relay and two wires broken one on fuse box to ignition one on relay know to get 2006 rhino 450 fixed think I need a valve job smokes a little slowly getting worse should I just rebuild the hole motor or get a valve job
 

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Glad you got it sorted out. Actually electrical issues like this are easy to sort out. It's a process of elimination. Intermittent problems are the hard ones. If it doesn't mess up long enough you don't get an adequate opportunity to isolate the problem.
 

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Lost power - all the dash lights are on

I had been repairing my 2004 Rhino and thought since it hasn't been started in several months that I would put it on the charger. I connected the charger properly, plugged it in and walked away for a bit. When I returned I noted that it was 100% charged so I removed the charger and tried to start it. It had no power at all except all of the dash lights were on and the blinking light indicated a problem with the front differential lock. So I went through all of the electrical components looking for the problem - but no joy! So I walked away and spent the next day reviewing wiring diagrams, and on-line documents - still not joy. So finally decided to replace the battery with an older one I had for a spare. Shazam the unit started. So I put the mischievous battery back on the charger and then noted it was 100% but only for 6 volts. The battery had lost 3 cells. A bit embarrassing but I made it! Thought I'd put this on the forum so if anyone else has a problem with no power but all the dash lights are on they'd have a heads up

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