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    Rolled over now Hi Temp warning?

    Hey everyone I was out on my RXP the other day having some fun and rolled it over no big done it before and never had an issue. This time though I started it back up rode away and about 100 yards later I get a Hi Temp warning which went away a few seconds later. After coming to a stop taking a look around and finding nothing wrong I headed toward home on the way came to a stop and got the warning again but once I took off again the warning went off. When I was about 100 yards from my house I got on it and at about a 50mph cruise it came on again I rode it up on the ride on dock and thinking what this could be from? Anyone have any Ideas?


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    Sounds like your getting a high temp from your exhaust.
    Exhaust sensors are known to go bad or you have something plugged in the internal works of the exhaust that is not allowing it to cool properly.
    Hope this helps!!!

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    Thanks for the help but could that still be if it's never had a problem before and didn't do this until I rolled it. Would that give me a trouble code?

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    No one has any ideas?

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    It could have started at any time.
    The sensors are known to go bad.
    Only way to tell is thru hooking it up to a stealerships computer or a can doo..
    Also check the connection at the sensor and see if its rusted or busted.
    Some time connections break down in different riding conditions. Salt water is the worst.

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    It's only ridden in fresh water but either way I'll check that out thanks again. I just find it weird that I was riding for over an hour and it just happened to do that after i rolled it. If anyone else has any ideas please let me know

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    Could have been just enough to mess with the connection or sensor.
    Hi temp goes off only for exhaust.

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