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Hello everyone! I have a Ranger 2019 1000xp eps and I would like to improve the headlights. Replacement of the original globes? led bar? Thanks for lightening me!?
 

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Hello everyone! I have a Ranger 2019 1000xp eps and I would like to improve the headlights. Replacement of the original globes? led bar? Thanks for lightening me!?

There are a lot of threads on here about the lights. Start with aligning the headlamps. It appears that Polaris does not align them from the factory. They are way to high.

That being said, people have been replacing the stock lights with LEDs (JBLs H13 ??) then added a LED light bar. I personally only added a 12 in bar in the frt bumper opening.



I like a lot of lights but remember that the Ranger only charges a certain amount. And the rating for the charging is at certain RPM and most people do not run that many RPMs constantly. So if you add a huge light bar it may over load the stator and tax the battery unnecessarily. Your eyes depend on the light reflecting back so alignment is as important than the amount of wattage.



For the back I added work lights under the bed for backup lights and to the roof for the work and bed lights on different switches of course. I went with 18 watt only because my wife picked them better I wanted 10 watt small cubes. She wins sometimes.
 

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The new modèle have a car batterie size and 70A alternator. 110A for diesel. I think is ok for a 130w light bar... I think...?
 

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Very nice ???

I have a question! Do you connect directly to the battery or bus bar? I am looking for a generic connector to connect to the bus bar, but does not seem to exist at the dealership. Only harness for is own equipement.
 

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Here for the diesel model.


2016 Polaris®️ RANGER®️ Diesel Sage Green

Features may include:

Hardest Working FeaturesKohler Diesel Engine Advantage

The all-new RANGER Diesel is now powered by a 1028cc Kohler 3 cylinder overhead cam liquid cooled engine. This proven, high performance diesel engine utilizes indirect injection that delivers smooth power and reduced combustion noise. The automotive overhead camshaft design also reduces mechanical drivetrain noise.

Durable, Long Life Engine Design

The RANGER Diesel Kohler engine has a compact, heavy-duty design with a cast iron crankcase for durability and an aluminum cylinder head for weight reduction. Full pressure lubrication provides superior protection and engine life. And, the new powerplant is EPA/CARB Tier 4 compliant.

Massive 110 Amp Alternator

For ultimate accessory integration and to power all your electrical needs, the RANGER Diesel is outfitted with a massive 110 amps of alternator output – more than double previously.

On-Demand True All-Wheel Drive

With the Polaris true AWD advantage, all four wheels engage automatically when your vehicle needs more forward traction and reverts back to 2WD when it doesn’t. When in 2WD, the VersaTrac Turf Mode switch unlocks the rear differential for easier, tighter turns that won’t tear up your lawn.

Class-leading Towing and Payload

With a monstrous class-leading 2,000 lbs. towing capacity and standard 2” receiver, the RANGER Diesel allows you to tackle the toughest jobs with confidence. Additionally, a class-leading 1,500 lbs payload capacity is highlighted by a rear box with gas-assist dumping operation that can tote up to 1,000 lbs. of materials and a full-sized pallet.

Smoothest Riding FeaturesAll-Day Riding Comfort

We designed the RANGER Diesel with an ideal seat height combined with wide foot clearance for easy entry and exit. Plus, experience a full 10 inches of tilt steering adjustment, spacious center console and room for five adults.

High Ground Clearance

Polaris engineers designed the RANGER Diesel with a perfect balance of smooth riding, handling and turning radius from an ideal 81” (206 cm) wheelbase paired with 12” (30.5 cm) of ground clearance.

Versatile Carlisle Tires

Versatile Carlisle 489 tires offer good traction and easy steering. With a rounded corner tread pattern, the tires provided extra grip while turning.

Loaded with Convenience

A driver’s side fuel access for the large 10-gallon (37.9 L) diesel tank makes fill-ups on the job or while trailering a breeze. And maintenance has never been easier. To check and fill engine oil, just raise the cargo box. Plus, there are plenty of grease zerks to flush joints of debris.
 

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Very nice ???

I have a question! Do you connect directly to the battery or bus bar? I am looking for a generic connector to connect to the bus bar, but does not seem to exist at the dealership. Only harness for is own equipement.
Search for Pulse bar wiring on here and there are some good threads. I added the roof pulse bar to mine also. Remember to add a fuse on each pigtail that you use.
 

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Longslyde on this forum has made me a few of the pigtails for the pulse bar. Just pm him and he’ll get ya set up.
 

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Yes that sounds right. The Northstar Model I believe is the only model with an alternator. I did hear that there might be an upgrade coming for a 900 Watt dual regulator stator system for the later '19 and '20 models.
 

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This is the reponse for the ranger 1000xp eps 2019 premium.

Good Afternoon Mr. X

Thank you for contacting Polaris! The Ranger does not have an alternator but does use a stator. The stator for your Ranger is a 660W Stator. I hope this helps answer your question.

Please let us know if you have additional questions. We can be reached at 1-800-POLARIS or www.polaris.com.

Thank you for riding Polaris!

Respectfully,

Jason, Representative, Owner Connections
2100 Highway 55 | Medina, MN 55340
 

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A bit off topic, but can I ask you where you got your front directional light?
I am going to assume that this question was directed to me. The frt lights that I used a normal trailer LED clearance lights. I bought them off of Ebay. The LED are bright and work great. I also purchased a LED flasher. A normal flasher will not work correctly. For the rear turn signal, I used the stock tail lights. I installed diodes in the rear harness so it would not back feed.
 
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