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    rxp 04 yellow help?????

    took the ski out for a run today in the morning,warm it up and went to give it some gas and it goes into limp mode with the buzzer staying on and the dash says "OIL"...

    ive changed the oil presssure switch ,it has oil and there is no codes..

    what do i check next????


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    Do a search, a lot of info available, two threads below are two I could find, new Search has me scratching my head tho ...

    What switch did you change? The one in the rear under the TB needs to be replaced with a BRAND NEW switch ... they go bad, and there have been a few bad batches of replacement switches in years past too.

    Do you have any other symptoms? I not only had a switch go bad, my oil pressure regulator was sticky ... I would shut off and turn on the ski a few times, the OIL alarm would disappear, but I would push oil out my breather and fill my catch can quickly. Funny, I replaced the oil pressure regulator over the winter, took the ski out twice, was fine, then got OIL alarm again, but no oil in the catch can at all. Replaced the sensor and has been good ever since.

    What is the history of the ski? Mods on it? Was this your first time out this year?

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...t=oil%2Bsensor

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...t=oil%2Bsensor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vern View Post
    Do a search, a lot of info available, two threads below are two I could find, new Search has me scratching my head tho ...

    What switch did you change? The one in the rear under the TB needs to be replaced with a BRAND NEW switch ... they go bad, and there have been a few bad batches of replacement switches in years past too.

    Do you have any other symptoms? I not only had a switch go bad, my oil pressure regulator was sticky ... I would shut off and turn on the ski a few times, the OIL alarm would disappear, but I would push oil out my breather and fill my catch can quickly. Funny, I replaced the oil pressure regulator over the winter, took the ski out twice, was fine, then got OIL alarm again, but no oil in the catch can at all. Replaced the sensor and has been good ever since.

    What is the history of the ski? Mods on it? Was this your first time out this year?

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...t=oil%2Bsensor

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...t=oil%2Bsensor


    yeah the one i changed is the one at the front of the engine...

    if i turn the ski off and back on again the error is gone but as soon as i give it gas it goes off again!!

    ill check out the links...

    thanks for you input

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    Like Vern said, its probably the one under the TB. Very common.

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