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I have a Raptor 700 with a Dynojet Power commander, Full Curtis Sparks intake and exhaust and now an electrical problem. Bike was running awesome till I took the battery out to put on a charger (took it out cause the bike is stored in my toybox off site). Like an idoit I put the battery back in and not paying attention hooked up the positive and nuetral backwards. Needless to say the bike wouldnt do anything and thats when I realized it was hooked up wrong. Once I hooked it up right I turned the ignition on to start it and instead of hearing the fuel injection starting up it just gave me quick flickering of the neutral light and kind of a soft clicking noise comming from the back of the bike where the power commander is. I have checked all the fuzes that I could find and they look good. The battery is fully charged and the charger says its fine. I obviously blew out something but cant figure out what. Does anyone have any idea what else I should check?

06 raptor 700r
Curtis Sparks Big Core with Ceramic coated Header
Curtis Sparks Intake
Dynojet Power Commander
Holeshots on HIPER Carbon Bead lock wheels
AC Blackline Propeg Nerfs
MSR Twist
 

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Our ECU's don't have protection against reverse polarity. Sorry to say, but there a good 9 in 10 chance you just fried your ecu. I've noticed in my service manual while troubleshooting my non working fan that anything dealing with power they give you half a page in warnings about ecu damage. Sorry bud..........Best bet, Take it to the dealer.
 

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Thats what I was afraid of..thanks
 

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scott011422 said:
Our ECU's don't have protection against reverse polarity. Sorry to say, but there a good 9 in 10 chance you just fried your ecu. I've noticed in my service manual while troubleshooting my non working fan that anything dealing with power they give you half a page in warnings about ecu damage. Sorry bud..........Best bet, Take it to the dealer.
(non working fan) There is a pair of bullet connectors in the very rear of the quad near the tool storage area. It is wrapped in vinyl. Pull it up and plug them in all the way.
 

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I did that. Gone through everything I can without a meter. Didn't have mine with me at the time. I hope to work on it tonight. I'm now finding out my fan hasn't worked since I purcheased the quad. But I don't really want to take the whole thing back if I don't have to. You know? That and run 12volts directly to the fan, Which my headers were glowing at the time, So I haven't done that either.......BUt thanks for the help!
 
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