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    H temp alarm

    I have an H Temp alarm going off after riding the ski for about 5 min, it will go into limp mode, then the alarm will go back off. I looked at the engine temp on the guage readout, and it doesnt move.??? Possibly airbubbles, or thermostat?????


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    H Temp is for the Exhaust not the Engine

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    This could be caused by poor water flow to the exhaust. Check your water routing for any leaks. Also, there are 3 pisser holes in the J pipe where the shank of it dumps into the water box. Sometimes these can clog up with debris blocking flow and causing the H Temp alarm. Normally we like to drill these holes out 1 drill bit size bigger to help prevent this issue.

    Also, the E temp on your display is not your engine temp. It's actually Environmental temp (air temp)
    L temp is lake water temperature.

    Hope that helps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    This could be caused by poor water flow to the exhaust. Check your water routing for any leaks. Also, there are 3 pisser holes in the J pipe where the shank of it dumps into the water box. Sometimes these can clog up with debris blocking flow and causing the H Temp alarm. Normally we like to drill these holes out 1 drill bit size bigger to help prevent this issue.

    Also, the E temp on your display is not your engine temp. It's actually Environmental temp (air temp)
    L temp is lake water temperature.

    Hope that helps!
    +1. Another common issue is if you have removed the J-pipe recently sometimes people tend to put the clamp on too low and block the pissers.

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    too low? how should the clamp fit... I connected the pipe to the exhaust mainfold and pushed it forward as far as it would go, then tightend down the clamp onto pipe



    E -TEMP.....DUH i feel retarted now

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    Quote Originally Posted by alex_baker202 View Post
    too low? how should the clamp fit... I connected the pipe to the exhaust mainfold and pushed it forward as far as it would go, then tightend down the clamp onto pipe



    E -TEMP.....DUH i feel retarted now
    So you did just have the j-pipe out? I'm refering to the coupler that goes from the water box to the J-pipe. The top clamps cannot block the pisser holes and need to be pushed all the way up on the j-pipe.

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    ya i never disconnected it from the water box

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    sounds like you have a clog somewhere...chech the flow through your IC..see if it isnt clogger with debris...

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    is thermostate stock

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    Quote Originally Posted by seadoolover View Post
    is thermostate stock
    yes

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