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    Can you jump dash to read hours when motor torn down?

    Is there any way to jump some wires to read the hourmeter when the ski is completely torn down?


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    on a 1200, and I am guessing here, but if all the electrical wires are connected (except maybe to the actual starter motor) if you hit the start button - presto

    on a 1300 it would be more difficult because of the TBs and all of the other sensors, but it probably could be done too

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    Apply 12v to the red and black then short the green to ground to wake it up.
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    Thanks Beerdart. I'll try it on Monday.

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