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    Stock wiring and mounts??

    just picked up a new 2020 wolverine x4 and i noticed a few things that im not sure their intent or purpose. Looked in the owners manual and no real detail.

    I ordered corsa technic parts for the stock plugs under the dash and planned to run a relay/fuse box to keep wiring clean and simple

    Does anyone know what the items are in the attached photos? Pre installed holes, relay spots, wiring plugs, etc.
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    Welcome to the forum Nick,
    #1 is where my factory winch relay is mounted.
    #2 "could be" for factory navigation.
    #4 is spare fuse and accessory fuse
    #5 is extra relay mounting tabs.
    Not sure on the rest but someone will chime in.
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    #3 Is for 2nd battery Kit
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    Well that stinks about battery kit location, gonna have to findd a new home for fuse block.
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    Thanks for the help. Ill probably mount my relay/fuse box up there where all the holes are to power my accessories. I think ill put the winch relay up high near the radiator to try and keep mud and rocks off of it.

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    Dont mount anything to that panel. Remove it and mount behind it. You will thank me later when you need to get to the back of it and fix stuff.

    Its also a good spot to mount the winch relay. Not sure why Yamaha would shove it in a wheel well...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DILLIGAF View Post
    Dont mount anything to that panel. Remove it and mount behind it. You will thank me later when you need to get to the back of it and fix stuff.

    Its also a good spot to mount the winch relay. Not sure why Yamaha would shove it in a wheel well...
    That panel - your #3 - is part of the dash dissassembly. You take off all the screws on the top of the dash, then four 10-mm bolts on the front (when facing the battery) and then that entire panel comes forward to facilitate access to anything you want on the dash. The vent tubes will pull out. So if you mount something to it, just add enough slack so it can all come forward when you pull that panel. I've probably had mine off more than ten times just to give you an idea.

    My winch relay is in your location #5.

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    #6 , I think is for the relay for the back up lights.
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