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Well, the power comes from the battery and to the fuse block, through the three fuses out to the sling wiring. The fuse block melted after the 50 amp fuse and before it ran the wire that goes the the front fuse box and every other electronic thing on the Sling, with the exception of the ABS brake circuit and the Engine circuit. If the attached electronics were the cause the fuse would blow and it didn.t it was still good except the melted fuse block was melted to it. So, how can anyone justify putting a 50 amp fuse in a fuse block that completely melts in under 50 amps? That is bad engineering and has zero to do with anything added to the circuit. If Polaris would do the right thing they would perform an ortopsy on that fuse block to identify the flaw in the production or design of that block. Think about it, if you were cooking eggs in a pan and the pan melted, would you be look at the eggs or the pan as the problem?
Polaris would look at the eggs.
 
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