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on a 1995 polaris indy 500 im losing break fluid its not a broken line where the line runs into the caliper right across from that there is some kind of electronic plugin and its leaking from the prongs or something does anyone body know what im talking about and how to get it out to get a new one
 

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Sounds to me like your brake switch is gone bad.
 

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i just looking the thing that the wires hooked too its the stop light sensor its leaking from there any ideas how to get it out
 

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teamarctic14 said:
i just looking the thing that the wires hooked too its the stop light sensor its leaking from there any ideas how to get it out
Should just thread out.When you replace it you,ll have to bleed the system after.
 

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yes i figured that now can i just put a pair of channel locks on it and turn it out because its not like any kind of shape to put any kind of tools on it
 

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They fail and leak out at contacts. Polaris just uses a GM oil pressure switch that when 6 psi or more is applied it closes contacts and turns on brake light. I bought one for a 1995 440 the other day, about $60 at dealership but I just called auto parts place and got one for $10- in stock.

Part number is PS 135

http://www.theautopartsshop.com/Search/PartDetails.aspx?gPartNum=PS-135&proid=saab+Engine-Oil-Pressure-Switch+Standard-Ignition+74424&Pat=auto+Parts+Brand+PartDetails

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Standard-Motor-Products-PS135-Oil-Switch-Light-/360317873234

Babbitts pn 4110135 SWITCH,STOPLIGHT $59.69









Remove tool box and two bolts holding caliper on. Carefully pull it up and out to remove wires and then use a wrench to remove.
 

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Thinksno said:
They fail and leak out at contacts. Polaris just uses a GM oil pressure switch that when 6 psi or more is applied it closes contacts and turns on brake light. I bought one for a 1995 440 the other day, about $60 at dealership but I just called auto parts place and got one for $10- in stock.

Part number is PS 135

http://www.theautopartsshop.com/Search/PartDetails.aspx?gPartNum=PS-135&proid=saab+Engine-Oil-Pressure-Switch+Standard-Ignition+74424&Pat=auto+Parts+Brand+PartDetails

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Standard-Motor-Products-PS135-Oil-Switch-Light-/360317873234

Babbitts pn 4110135 SWITCH,STOPLIGHT $59.69
yup that will be it how is the best way to get it out because i dont want to twist it out and its hard to get in to it with channel locks
 

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Remove tool box and two bolts holding caliper on. Carefully pull it up and out to remove wires and then use a wrench to remove.
 
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