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what fuses are for what? Lost my manual, please help.

I got my 03 outlander 400 wet and then froze. kept popping the bottom right fuse (looking at front of quad from in front of it) ended up using a hair dryer to do a thaw down and it all works correctly now. in the process i realized i can't find my manual to know what fuse does what function. can someone please let me know what each of the 4 fuses up there do for future issues. Thanks!
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I got my 03 outlander 400 wet and then froze. kept popping the bottom right fuse (looking at front of quad from in front of it) ended up using a hair dryer to do a thaw down and it all works correctly now. in the process i realized i can't find my manual to know what fuse does what function. can someone please let me know what each of the 4 fuses up there do for future issues. Thanks!
Remove the cover from the fuse box and look at the top of the inside. There is a label there showing each and you will find that there are a few extra fuses stored in the box. If not get some and put them in the unused spots.
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on mine theres just 4 individual sealed fuses plugged into the front just behind where the tool kit is stored. there's no diagram in there to show what is what. i have seen it in my book before but my 2.5yo daughter was the last one who had hold of the manual, grr.
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on mine theres just 4 individual sealed fuses plugged into the front just behind where the tool kit is stored. there's no diagram in there to show what is what. i have seen it in my book before but my 2.5yo daughter was the last one who had hold of the manual, grr.
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Then look up your bike and get the parts list. I think you should find information there???
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Here is a picture that I found to help me.

I found this while looking for the details on my 2007 Outlander 650.
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Just an FYI, you can download and/view all operators manuals on the BRP website.
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