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    05 Gp1300r - no alarm?

    Trying to get things straight with my ski over the winter, first off, when I bought the ski, the gentleman started it up, and there was the "beep beep" right at the start-up.

    Now fast forward a few weeks when I'm going out on it, start it up, runs good. After riding for a few weeks, I noticed it has not been giving the "beep beep" at start up.

    I installed the d-plate, but didn't make a sensor for it yet, so the overheat symbol was blinking, as well as the red light, but i had no audible beeps?

    About a week later, I was out and the overheat alarm started sounding, with the audible beeps?! So I turn the ski off, sit for about 5, start it up and it gives the 2 audible beeps at start up, so I figured things were fixed! While driving back to the pier, the overheat alarm was sounding again so I kept riding, and after about 5 seconds, it started to cut out, then went off (but the sign on the cluster was still blinking)


    Any help here please? This is KILLING me!


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    hi..didn't I send you a GH link on how to make that resistor....could send it again...its easy.

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    yea man you did, but my question was more of, why doesnt it beep?

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    The speaker gets old it will work sometimes and not others. I just unplugged mine.

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    i guess that would explain it cutting off.......can i get a replacement?

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    These buzzers do go out sometimes. You really should replace it because its a low fuel/oil/sensor buzzer that will let you know something is happening. Just the dash led is not enough warning IMO to let you know if something happens. Also, try unplugging the wire and check for any corrosion and see if that helps.

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    oh no doubt i want to fix it because of the reasons you listed! Im trying to figure this thing out, and do all the work myself because i have a hard time paying someone to do so!

    so please excuse my ignorance, but were would the buzzer/wire be located, and what would be the easiest way to get to it?

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    Hold on, i will go out and take a picture of what it looks like. It will be under the front bucket area. Give me 10 minutes.

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    Red/Black wire's, runs down through the rubber insert behind the hood latch, it will be tied up with the rest of the wiring.




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    you are the man! i will check it out tommorow! thank you!

    does it just pull out?

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