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    CODE ~ PO127 on a 2010 RXTX

    Last week a check engine light came on and dropped my rpms to around 7K. Checked the code function. Looked under seat for anything out of the normal - nothing. Stopped ski several times but code would come back in(hoping it was a ghost)
    Got home to look up code - Intercooler system fault [High air intake temperature detected,Blocked intercooler water circuit].
    So I took the IC out and flushed it with no abnormalities. Checked Groco strainer - some minor debris. Checked line and pump suction area for blockage/tear - nothing.

    I went out today, picked up the same code after about 5 min. I turned off ski - restarted...never came back in. Till I shut it off for a while(couple hrs). The code will come in then after I kill the ski and restart again - NOTHING.
    So now I'm thinking electrical... does anyone know where the sensor is that picks up the air intake temp?
    I called my dealer mid week and the tech said it was the first he had heard of that code. Just trying to see if I can get an easy fix without taking it there.


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    Any idea?....anyone? I'm headed out today for a short ride. This is driving me nutz

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    The temp sensor is on the front of the intake manifold.

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    Thanks beerdart! Does this sound like it could be the issue? I can't find anything mechanical to bring in the temp alarm. Have you ever heard of this sensor going bad or acting up? Does #9 sound right?
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    This sensor is threaded right? Just tried turning a bit but doesn't want to come out easily. Don't want to snap anything! I need to ride it today...

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    Yes its threaded.

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    Well after all that it ended up being the metal clip that holds in on....go figure!

    edit - I thought it was the metal clip holding the connector on. Still got code all day long. Gonna pull the sensor on Tuesday so I can ride again tomorrow...

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