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    Lc1 problem! Help please

    What the heck happen to this thing? My lc1 was working fine until yesterday. When I first start the ski it reads fine 11.2 at idle after a couple of seconds it goes to 21.9 and it stays like that. Any suggestions will be appreciated .

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    A smart admits!A wicked excuses!An idiot insists! mitsakosgt's Avatar
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    Mine do the same thing!

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    try recalibrating it

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    If that doesn't work... try another o2 sensor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddyRXP View Post
    If that doesn't work... try another o2 sensor.
    I was afraid that somebody said that. This thing is brand new probably 3 hours on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tocullo View Post
    I was afraid that somebody said that. This thing is brand new probably 3 hours on it.
    Where is it mounted??? If they get a hint of water-heavy moisture on the tip.... their done!

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    Yeah but then it would read 50.00..... I don't think he has performed the recalibation test or used a diff sensor. or SHOULD read 50.00

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sturm215 View Post
    Yeah but then it would read 50.00..... I don't think he has performed the recalibation test or used a diff sensor. or should say SHOULD read 50.00
    That's the key word!

    Did it work properly for the first 3 hours??? Try a free air calibration first, and then a butane test... then see where you are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddyRXP View Post
    That's the key word!

    Did it work properly for the first 3 hours??? Try a free air calibration first, and then a butane test... then see where you are.
    Yes it was working perfect, and all of the sudden started doing this. I just did a free air calibration and same thing. I did notice that once I shut off the ski but living the key in place the numbers start to drop.
    How can I perform a butane test?
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    1) Double check all your wiring, make sure the gaugeís black wire is
    connected to the innovateís yellow wire.
    2) Remove o2 sensor from exhaust. Lay on dry hard surface, the tip gets
    very hot and can burn you and other objects!
    3) With the key ìonî and engine not running you should get approximately
    00.0 on the display. If it does not read 00.0, proceed to step 6
    4) After thirty seconds the display should read 20.0, again the engine still not
    running!
    Note: sometimes it takes longer for the o2 sensor to heat up and read the
    20.0, if after 5 minutes it does not read 20, proceed to step 6
    5) With the key still ìonî and engine not running, use a hand held BIC /
    butane cigarette lighter and spray the butane gas (donít light the flame, you
    want gas only) into the tip of the o2 sensor. Hold it right up as close as you
    can get to the tip. Be a bit careful as the hot o2 sensor tip could ignite the
    lighter flame but we have never seen it happen. After a few seconds the
    display should go from 20.0 down to 10.0. Hold the lighter there for about
    10 seconds. The display must read approximately 10.0 for the entire 10
    seconds! If it does not read the 10.0 for 10 seconds the o2 sensor is bad and
    needs to be replaced. Turn off the lighter. After about 10 seconds the reading
    on the display will slowly rise from 10.00 up to 20.00. This should take
    about 10 seconds to rise from 10.0 to 20.0 . If at any point the display jumps
    or bounces around on its way up to 20.0 you may need to run the calibration
    procedure. Repeat this test as needed.
    6) Disconnect the o2 sensor from the innovate controller (big black
    connector). With the key ìonî the display should read approximately 50.0, if
    it does read 50.0 go to step 7.

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