Polaris Scrambler, Polaris Sportsman Recall

Polaris is expanding its recall of 2004 all terrain vehicles. The recall started in February 2008 and involved melting electronic control modules that could result in fires. Apparently defective EMC units were installed during service work that resulted when owners may have complained of electrical problems.

The affected units include the 2004 Polaris Scrambler 500, Sportsman 400, Sportsman 500, Sportsman 6 x 6. Affected models are in the chart below:

Model Year Model Market Name
2004 A04BG50AA Scrambler 500 4x4
2004 A04BG50FA Scrambler 500
2004 A04CH42AQ Sportsman 400
2004 A04CH42AR Sportsman 400
2004 A04CH42AS Sportsman 400
2004 A04CH42AT Sportsman 400
2004 A04CH42AV Sportsman 400
2004 A04CH50AO Sportsman 500
2004 A04CH50AQ Sportsman 500
2004 A04CH50AR Sportsman 500
2004 A04CH50AS Sportsman 500
2004 A04CH50AT Sportsman 500
2004 A04CH50AV Sportsman 500
2004 A04CH50AW Sportsman 500
2004 A04CH50AX Sportsman 500
2004 A04CL50AA Sportsman 6x6

The ATVs were sold by Polaris dealers nationwide between July 2004 and January 2008 at prices ranging up to $8,000.

If you've got one of these recalled Polaris atv's, safety officials say you should disconnect the negative (black) battery cable from the battery when the atv is not being used and contact your dealer for immediate repairs.

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