Created: September 14, 2020
What’s up guys? Today we’re going to be showing you how super quick and easy it is to install SuperATV’s Deluxe Turn Signal Kit on this RZR PRO XP4. So Let’s get right to it.
First, remove the center storage compartment. Remember, if you have a USB inside here, just push the grommet out and remove the USB out of the hole. Then remove the front cup holders.
Then we’ll start removing the rear seats and some panels. Slide the harnesses beside the seats. Reach behind the seat and find this little lever. Tap it and the top portion of the seat will flip down so you can remove it. The Lower portion of the seat will flip up out of the way.
Unclip and unbolt the harness from the frame then flip it up onto the bed. Slid the rest of the harness off to the side then repeat the steps for this seat.
Now we’ll remove the rear firewall cover. First, untwist all the twist knobs. There’ll be four on the top and then the top portion will come right out. Then there are two on the lower portion and then it’ll come out.
Now all of the screws in this portion will have to be removed. Right here in the corner of the plastic on both sides is a push pin that needs to be removed. Then grab the panel here in the center and pick up on it. You may have to move your harnesses out of the way a little bit and remove it.
Flip the lower portion of the seats back up and remove all of the fasteners down here from the rear center console. Then remove the console. If you’re running harnesses or you have factory installed harnesses, they’ll be bolted on right here. Make sure you remove the hardware otherwise the rear console will not slide past the head of the bolt.
Grab this portion here and pick up on it to remove it. Just work it out.
Now grab the control box. It has a lot of connections on it and we’re going to be running all these connections up underneath the dash. But first we need to make sure we get it mounted correctly.
Underneath here are four studs that are sticking out. We’re going to go directly above the studs, so we’ll mount it right here to the firewall. You’re going to have two different sets of hardware here—a short set and a long set. The short set is going to go on the top and the long set is going to go on the bottom.
Next, open the storage compartment lid to access the pulse bar in the back. Remove one of the caps off the plug. Then plug this plug on your harness in place of the cap you just removed.
Now we need to find a good spot to mount this fuse. The higher the better. Make sure the plug is facing downward just like it’s oriented right here. Search underneath the the dash to find a good spot to mount it. You can use a self tapper or factory hardware. We’re using a T25 torx headed screw that was already in the firewall to secure the fuse.
Now grab this portion of the harness and run it up here to three open rocker switch spots. We’re going to use all three. The easiest way I found is reach through behind the dash and pop each one of the covers out.
Route the harness right up underneath the dash into this position here. This one’s our horn switch, so I want it to be on the far right. We’ll slide it through this hole. This one is our hazards and the last one is our actual turn signals.
You’ll notice that you have a yellow and green wire with two pins. Run these back behind the dash and over to our instrument cluster. On the driver’s side, go towards the center of the machine and grab the fuse panel cover. It says INSTR UNSW 7.5 amp. That’s the one we want to find. There should be two 7.5 amps on top of each other. On top of them, you’ll have a chassis relay and SCM relay. That’ll be three over. I know that it’s this one right here.
It’s in a tight spot for me, so I’m going to grab a small pair of needle nose pliers and pull that fuse out. Set it aside and reach behind the cluster. Unplug it then open up the plug. Don’t tear anything up. Looking on the back here, you’re gonna have your top row, and it’s going to be filled in one through five. You’re going to have six and seven. They’ll be off by themselves.
Get the caps out of these two pins. There one and that’s seven. Here’s six. Our green wire goes to pin six. I like to take a small pick to work it in there completely. Yellow goes to seven. Push it in again. Now start feeding the two wires into our loom. Just make it look as clean as we possibly can. Then snap the plug-in back together and reinstall it into the cluster.
You’re going to have some excess on the horn switch and hazard switch, but we’ll worry about that in just a little bit.
Next, we’ll be running our rear harness up to our control box. You can fish the the wiring through, but for demonstration purposes, we’ll be removing the center console. Then we’ll slide the shift boot up and remove this screw. Make sure you unplug your two wires for your cigarette outlet.
With all the hardware removed from the passenger side side panel, we’ll make sure that we remove the two push pins hidden here underneath the dash. Then we can remove this passenger side panel. We can pull it out of the way and then we’ll be able to run our wiring from our control box all the way down through the tunnel hear under the shifter, through where the rear console was, up around the motor, and to the back.
Make sure your wiring doesn’t go anywhere that’s going to get to hot or anywhere where it can get pinched.
Right here is the factory connection right above the transmission. Unhook it and then plug the SuperATV harness on either side. Make sure it snaps.
We’ve made some paint marks on our fascia. this is where we want to install our turn signal indicators. You can mount them wherever you’d like, this is just where we’ve found would be the best place for us.
Take a step bit marked to three quarter hole, and that’s where we’re going to stop. Take the rubber grommet off the indicator and slide the harness through, and put the grommet into place in the plastic. Then work the indicator in. Make sure the grommet’s not twisted up. Now drill the rest of the holes.
Next, remove the hood then remove this t40. Grab the horn, angle the bracket like this, and snug it up. Slide it through the bottom here. Get it to where the connection’s facing upwards and pull back a little bit. Slide the horn mount through that hole, and retighten this hardware. Make sure that both connection here for our horn are facing straight up.
Grab the front harness and start running it through the grommet next to where we mounted the control box. You’ll see a left and right signal labeled on the harness, so make sure you run them to the correct side of the machine. You’ll also have the horn wiring harness.
Start feeding all the wires through. Take this side so you only have one connection to feed through, and go up underneath your shock. Feed it through the grommet. Then find the right side and make that connection. Then take the left side and feed it all the way across to the driver’s side. Grab it here. Make the connection.
Get the horn wiring harness and feed it straight up through like this. It doesn’t made which side you plug the connections into.
Now find the turn signal switch and turn signal lead. Plug it in. Do the same with the hazard and horn switches. Go back over to the fuse panel and make sure you have the 7.5 amp fuse reinstalled. Now connect the front harness to the control box.
At this point, you should have everything wired up so you can turn the key on and test it. Everything works. Go through and double check all the connections and make sure everything is routed the way you want. We send a ton of zip ties so you can zip tie everything up to make is as clean as possible. Get them tied up and all your panels installed and that’s all there is to it.
For more information on this turn signal kit or any of SuperATV’s great products, feel free to give us a call at 855-743-3427, or check us out online at SuperATV.com. Thanks for watching, and we’ll catch you next time.