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PostSubject: Re: EZ Steer Power Steering install   Fri May 24, 2013 1:59 pm

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After reading all of your positive comments on the power steering a bit the bullet and ordered one from James. Fast shipping by the way. The install went quite smoothly, less some clearance issues with the brake switch. After some, 3, adjustments and shortening the spring it's not hitting the u joint anymore. The wiring is pretty straight forward, plenty of wiring, five extra feet. Now for the switched wire on the ignition, okay the instructions are completel wrong, not the same color wires. It's late and I don't have the manual so I decide to call it quits and call Super Atv in the morning. This morning I make the call and the phone is answered promptly by Kevin. I told him the instructions said to connect the switched wire to the red and yellow wire on the ignition switch but my Rhino doesn't have one. I explain to Kevin it got br blue, blk y, blue blk and red. He tells me to wait. He comes back and tells me I need to hook it up to the red and yellow wire. But I explain again Idon't have one. Kevin tells me "then you'll need to figure it out" Wow!!!! So I will. THANKS Kevin! Okay I'm better now. More to follow.

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PostSubject: Re: EZ Steer Power Steering install   Fri May 24, 2013 2:03 pm

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After reading all of your positive comments on the power steering a bit the bullet and ordered one from James. Fast shipping by the way. The install went quite smoothly, less some clearance issues with the brake switch. After some, 3, adjustments and shortening the spring it's not hitting the u joint anymore. The wiring is pretty straight forward, plenty of wiring, five extra feet. Now for the switched wire on the ignition, okay the instructions are completel wrong, not the same color wires. It's late and I don't have the manual so I decide to call it quits and call Super Atv in the morning. This morning I make the call and the phone is answered promptly by Kevin. I told him the instructions said to connect the switched wire to the red and yellow wire on the ignition switch but my Rhino doesn't have one. I explain to Kevin it got br blue, blk y, blue blk and red. He tells me to wait. He comes back and tells me I need to hook it up to the red and yellow wire. But I explain again Idon't have one. Kevin tells me "then you'll need to figure it out" Wow!!!! So I will. THANKS Kevin! Okay I'm better now. More to follow.

Ya Scott, I had the same problem, so I ended up looking at the wiring diagram in my manual, crazy huh, I used the brn w/red stripe and it worked fine. I did have to use pliars to really mash the scotch lock in order for it to make contact with the small guage white wire. If that didnt work I was going to try the 12v aux plug in the dash cus it only has power when the ignition is on. If the red light is on you got the right wire, simple as that. hope that helps. I have not got to take it on a trail but hitting a curb, no bump steer, and I'm able to turn the wheel on grass and assphalt with one hand easily. It was not a 2hr install for me either.

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PostSubject: Re: EZ Steer Power Steering install   Fri May 24, 2013 2:06 pm

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How are the underwater capabilities of it??

no water out here in CA Eric..lol, but their new upgrade for the PS is water tight plugs on the module, thats what Tyler told me, and the plus are super tight with a nice seal

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PostSubject: Re: EZ Steer Power Steering install   Fri May 24, 2013 2:57 pm

I'm looking into one. Those big tires are sliding the wheel out my hand on the trails at slower speeds. Kinda scary

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PostSubject: Re: EZ Steer Power Steering install   Fri May 24, 2013 3:38 pm

Funny Shit .......That will be determined later this weekend.

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PostSubject: Re: EZ Steer Power Steering install   Fri May 24, 2013 3:42 pm

The brown wire is the switched one. Seems to work good. Tks. Funny Shit .......That will be determined later this weekend.

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PostSubject: Re: EZ Steer Power Steering install   Fri May 24, 2013 3:48 pm

Sorry for the f'd messages. I'm on my cell with limited service.

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PostSubject: Re: EZ Steer Power Steering install   Fri May 24, 2013 4:41 pm

hey scott, how do you like the slugs, did you notice any diff and how was the install....2hr?...lol...keep us posted on your ez steer review. I'll be testing in the sierra's on father's day

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PostSubject: Re: EZ Steer Power Steering install   Sat May 25, 2013 1:14 am

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Ya Scott, I had the same problem, so I ended up looking at the wiring diagram in my manual, crazy huh, I used the brn w/red stripe and it worked fine. I did have to use pliars to really mash the scotch lock in order for it to make contact with the small guage white wire. If that didnt work I was going to try the 12v aux plug in the dash cus it only has power when the ignition is on. If the red light is on you got the right wire, simple as that. hope that helps. I have not got to take it on a trail but hitting a curb, no bump steer, and I'm able to turn the wheel on grass and assphalt with one hand easily. It was not a 2hr install for me either.[/quote]

scotch locks on anything installed on a rhino??? Suspect

good thing you aren't in a moist area. those things are the devils little helper. I won;t let them be used on anything I do. especially terrible on trailers.
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PostSubject: Re: EZ Steer Power Steering install   Sat May 25, 2013 1:30 am

is the red light suppose to stay on or just come on and go off?

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PostSubject: Re: EZ Steer Power Steering install   Sat May 25, 2013 1:40 am

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Ya Scott, I had the same problem, so I ended up looking at the wiring diagram in my manual, crazy huh, I used the brn w/red stripe and it worked fine. I did have to use pliars to really mash the scotch lock in order for it to make contact with the small guage white wire. If that didnt work I was going to try the 12v aux plug in the dash cus it only has power when the ignition is on. If the red light is on you got the right wire, simple as that. hope that helps. I have not got to take it on a trail but hitting a curb, no bump steer, and I'm able to turn the wheel on grass and assphalt with one hand easily. It was not a 2hr install for me either.

scotch locks on anything installed on a rhino??? Suspect

good thing you aren't in a moist area. those things are the devils little helper. I won;t let them be used on anything I do. especially terrible on trailers. [/quote]

thanks for the hot tip Nathan, not an electician, just used what they gave me, yep, not much water out here, what PS do you have?

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PostSubject: Re: EZ Steer Power Steering install   Sat May 25, 2013 1:42 am

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is the red light suppose to stay on or just come on and go off?

come on and then go off, thats what mine does and it works good so far

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PostSubject: Re: EZ Steer Power Steering install   Sat May 25, 2013 2:10 am

ok just cheacking lol. thats what mine does also.

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PostSubject: Re: EZ Steer Power Steering install   Sat May 25, 2013 10:49 am

brewis wrote:
After reading all of your positive comments on the power steering a bit the bullet and ordered one from James. Fast shipping by the way. The install went quite smoothly, less some clearance issues with the brake switch. After some, 3, adjustments and shortening the spring it's not hitting the u joint anymore. The wiring is pretty straight forward, plenty of wiring, five extra feet. Now for the switched wire on the ignition, okay the instructions are completel wrong, not the same color wires. It's late and I don't have the manual so I decide to call it quits and call Super Atv in the morning. This morning I make the call and the phone is answered promptly by Kevin. I told him the instructions said to connect the switched wire to the red and yellow wire on the ignition switch but my Rhino doesn't have one. I explain to Kevin it got br blue, blk y, blue blk and red. He tells me to wait. He comes back and tells me I need to hook it up to the red and yellow wire. But I explain again Idon't have one. Kevin tells me "then you'll need to figure it out" Wow!!!! So I will. THANKS Kevin! Okay I'm better now. More to follow.

Dang Scott ... I hate to hear this. I forwarded this thread to a guy at Super ATV, so hopefully someone will give us some better customer service!!!
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PostSubject: Re: EZ Steer Power Steering install   Sat May 25, 2013 12:01 pm

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is the red light suppose to stay on or just come on and go off?

come on and then go off, thats what mine does and it works good so far
it will come on when you first start it for 3 sec and go back off it is also for diagnostic testing also.

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PostSubject: Re: EZ Steer Power Steering install   Sat May 25, 2013 1:24 pm

Yesterday we took it out for a torture test. The first puddle we hit, water three quarters up the wheel, the steering went hard right. I held it back and it stopped working. I redid the scotch connector and it seems to be . I have also noticed the connector for the power, on the control panel, won't lock. It looks like I'll be contacting s atv on Tuesday. Ooh well we'll test it again today.

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PostSubject: Re: EZ Steer Power Steering install   Sat May 25, 2013 3:34 pm

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thanks for the hot tip Nathan, not an electician, just used what they gave me, yep, not much water out here, what PS do you have?

well they are easy, fast, cheap and anyone can use them. just corrode terribly with crappy connection. I wish I had PS but that will be coming sometime in the future. have 1 or 2 purchases that take priority before I start looking into EPS.
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PostSubject: Re: EZ Steer Power Steering install   Sat May 25, 2013 7:05 pm

thanks man, what would you use then?

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PostSubject: Re: EZ Steer Power Steering install   Sat May 25, 2013 10:09 pm

The best connection for no woories is cut the wire. Then solder it back together, heat shrink the connection. Any other type of connection creates resistance, what you don't want.

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PostSubject: Re: EZ Steer Power Steering install   Sat May 25, 2013 11:53 pm

thanks Gene, I'm all over it. my rhino never breaks down, don't want to start now. I know it comes with aftermarket stuff, but if its done right, then there shouldnt be problems.

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PostSubject: Re: EZ Steer Power Steering install   Sun May 26, 2013 12:01 am

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Yesterday we took it out for a torture test. The first puddle we hit, water three quarters up the wheel, the steering went hard right. I held it back and it stopped working. I redid the scotch connector and it seems to be . I have also noticed the connector for the power, on the control panel, won't lock. It looks like I'll be contacting s atv on Tuesday. Ooh well we'll test it again today.

Scott, I checked my power to the control panel and it also wont lock. All the others do. I tried everything and no luck. bet they will tell us to push the gasket on the control down, already tried that. I have not done any testing like you, cus I live in CA and its 3 hrs to ride so I appreciate the feedback, so lets get it solved. If we cant maybe JBS will help us.

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PostSubject: Re: EZ Steer Power Steering install   Sun May 26, 2013 9:36 am

solder the connections for sure

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PostSubject: Re: EZ Steer Power Steering install   Sun May 26, 2013 11:38 am

We put it through it's paces yesterday and it worked flawlessly. We did trails, mud, water, snow and tight maneuvering through the tress. We even pulled a wildcat out of the mud. I plan on replacing the splice but it worked great. The power steering gives the Rhino a new feel. Maybe a little loose but not bad all. I like it!!!!! I will contact s ATV on Tuesday and post my results.

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PostSubject: Re: EZ Steer Power Steering install   Sun May 26, 2013 1:40 pm

did the power plug on the control panel come lose? kinda weird both our ours are the same, maybe its meant to be like that or they got a dad batch of plugs?

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PostSubject: Re: EZ Steer Power Steering install   Sun May 26, 2013 3:28 pm

It stayed connected yesterday and today. The power steering is awesome for maneuvering in tight places.

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