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Power Distribution Module Polaris Sportsman ATV (2006-2007) Ranger UTV (2005-2009) Rebuild

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  • Regular price $180.00


Attention:

This rebuild service requires that you:

  • Verify that your PDM matches the product photo

    • Also referred to as an ECM - your module MUST match the photo

    • Please see the note on Ranger PDMs and what we cannot fix below.

  • Review our Polaris Troubleshooting Guide to confirm that the problem is in the PDM
  • Remove your PDM

  • Carefully pack and ship it to us - Instructions

  • We rebuild it and ship it back to you

  • Re-install your PDM and get back on the trail

Known issues that we fix:

  • Battery power issues

    • For overcharging issues we recommend replacing the stator

  • No ground to starter

  • Intermittent start or no start

Known issues that we DO NOT fix:

  • If your Ranger PDM is having a Fan Control issue we are no longer able to fix them. Currently we are unable to get replacements for the Power Mosfet found in all Polaris Ranger PDMs. This part controls the fan circuit, and is also used in other functions of the Ranger PDM, but is not the only part we replace in these modules. For other Ranger PDM issues we will still test and repair (if needed).

    What this rebuild includes:

    Year/Make/Model(s) applicable:

    • 2005 Polaris Ranger 2×4 4×4 6×6

      • #R05RB50AA/RD50AA/AB/AC/AD/RF50AA/AB

    • 2005 Polaris Ranger XP

      • #R05RD68AA

    • 2006 Polaris Ranger 500 2×4 4×4

      • #R06RB50AA

    • 2006 Polaris Ranger XP 700 4×4

      • #R06RD68AA

    • 2006 Polaris Ranger 500 4×4 EFI

      • #R06RD50AC

    • 2007 Polaris Ranger 500 2×4 4×4

      • #R07RB50AA/RH50AA

    • 2007 Polaris Ranger 500 2×4 Carb Israel

      • #R07RB50MA

    • 2007 Polaris Ranger 500 EFI 4×4

      • #R07RG50AF/AR/AT

    • 2008 Polaris Ranger 500 2×4

      • #R08RB50AA

    • 2008 Polaris Ranger 2×4 500 Carb Israel

      • #M08RB50AA

    • 2009 Polaris Ranger 2×4 500 Carb

      • #R09RB50AF

    • 2009 Polaris Ranger 2×4 500 Carb Israel

      • #M09RB50MA

    • 2006 Polaris Sportsman 500 EFI

      • #A06MH50AQ

    • 2006 Polaris Sportsman 500 EFI Intl

      • #A06MH50FC

    • 2006 Polaris Sportsman X2

      • #A06MN50AU

    • 2007 Polaris Sportsman X2 500 EFI

      • #A07TH50AL/AQ/AU/AZ/TN50AF/AS/AU

    • 2007 Polaris Sportsman X2 500 EFI Quad

      • #A07TH50EA

    • 2007 Polaris Sportsman 500 EFI

      • #A07MH50AB/AL/AQ/AX/AY/AZ/MN50AF/AN/AT/AY

    • 2007 Polaris Sportsman 500 EFI Intl

      • #A07MH50FC

    Part Number(s) applicable:

    • 4011089

    • 4011090

    • 4011226

    • 4011240

    • 4011375

    • 4011517

    • 4011598

    • 4011657

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    Customer Reviews

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    James Flaherty
    Saved the Machine

    Gave up after an 8 month wait for Polaris to obtain a replacement module. I sent mine to MM. it was returned in 3 weeks with a 5 year warranty. Machine started up and I’m back in the farm fields.

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    sonny mascarenas
    The best bang for the buck.

    Well all I can say is this. It's really nice to do business with a company of professionals. My experience was great and if I have anymore problems. I will be back.

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    John Adams
    Awesome

    Fixed the problem and got the part back right away

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    Happy Camper
    Fixed PDM

    Reinstalled the module and so far it’s working like it should. Much better price than a new one. Thanks so much Module Masters. Quick and quality work.

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    Clifford Barylski
    Pdm rebuild

    Super professional and full of knowledge,the Tech called me stating that it passed all bench testing and asked me what id like to do i said seeing as its already there open it up and rebuild got it back and installed it no more issues with battery going dead however he did give me some tips and 1 is i disconnected the winch aparently some will go bad and start to drain battery i highly recomend and will definately be recomend all my friends to Module Master!!Top Notch

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