Polaris ATVs are reliable and fun to ride. Most Polaris ATVs come with a push-button start mechanism that engages the starter and solenoid in the ATV to jump-start the motor. Over time the starter may wear or break, requiring replacement. The starter on most Polaris ATVs is fairly difficult to locate. However, by following a few easy steps, any home mechanic can replace the starter on his Polaris ATV.
Tools Used: Tools, Phillips Head screwdriver, Socket wrench
Change a Starter
Use the screwdriver to remove the left foot well and the belt/clutch covers. Remove the drive and driven clutches with the socket wrench. The driven clutch is on a spline and slides straight off.