Once you get 50 hours on your Polaris IQ model, it will start flashing “SERVICE” on the LCD screen each time you start your...

Once you get 50 hours on your Polaris IQ model, it will start flashing “SERVICE” on the LCD screen each time you start your sled. Some riders know what this means; do you?
This doesn’t mean that something has suddenly gone wrong with your sled.  Most Polaris sleds are delivered from the dealer with a 50-hour service indicator. When the timer hits 50 hours, you will see the screen display “SERVICE” each time the sled is started, or until the timer is reset. This is done by entering the service mode (two presses up on the green rocket MODE switch) and then you hold the green rocker SET switch down until the “50” (hour timer) first starts to flash, and then quits flashing (about ten seconds). If you want to change the number of hours between the SERVICE indicator coming on, when the “50” is flashing let off on the SET (down) green rocker and instead scroll from 50 to 250 using the MODE (up position) of the green rocker, or to the “OFF” setting just past 250 hours.

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