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What other voltage regulators would work on a 97 Trail touring with electric start?
Wife said the lights are flickering and she is in another village.
All connections are tight and bilb is new.
Local polaris dealer wants $70 for one.[:0]
Would artic cat work and does anybody have the number?

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You can use the standard Arctic Cat square 2-wire one. That's what I have on my Poo. If you want to replace the rectifier (for battery charging), I'd go with the stock one.

Also check the hi/lo switch, they are cheaply made.
 

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Hangman said:
You can use the standard Arctic Cat square 2-wire one. That's what I have on my Poo. If you want to replace the rectifier (for battery charging), I'd go with the stock one.

Also check the hi/lo switch, they are cheaply made.
Thanks did not know which artic cat to use.
Will replace both.
The headlight switch has been good so far even with the wife.lol
Will see what it does today when i go get them.

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Okay got the arctic cat regulator 0630-181 2 wire told the guy i wanted one that is for electric start.
Is it the right one?
Also how do you wire this thing.lol
 

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I'm not sure about that one. When I got mine, I just asked for the standard one (he never said anything about electric start). Wouldn't think there would be much of a difference though. Hook it up just like the poo one is, yellow to yellow, black to ground.
 
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