OEM Style Waterproof Dash Switch for the Polaris Slingshot
Polaris Slingshot OEM Style Dash Switch
That's great that Polaris left us unused switch locations, so we can power our own aftermarket 12 volt accessories as we see fit. The problem with that is the factory Polaris switches are $30-$40 each from your local Polaris dealer. We've been able to purchase the same Otto Waterproof switches that Polaris uses from the factory and offer them at substantial savings to you. We offer the dash switches in both a SPST and SPDT configuration. The SPST switch allows you to control (1) 12V mod per switch, while the SPDT switch allows you to control (2) mods per switch.
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Installation Diagram for the SPDT (Single Pole, Double Throw) dash switches for the Polaris Slingshot. The Center Pin should receive a 12V lead from the (+) positive battery terminal. It's good practice to put an in-line fuse on the lead from the battery to the center pin on the switch in case you short your switch or overload the circuit. Next you'll want to run a lead on one of the outside pins to the (+) positive side of your first accessory. Next you'll want to run a lead on the other outside pin to the (+) positive side of your second accessory. Lastly you'll want to run the the (-) negative side of the two accessories to a solid ground on your slingshot frame to complete the circuits. You can now operate the switch UP to power one accessory and DOWN to power another accessory. The middle position on the switch is the OFF position.