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    Smile Bad Lr module?

    Need help determining if the start stop Lr module is going bad on a 2001 TX 1200. At first it had no spark but thanks to this site I have managed to restore spark by unplugging the red/pur cdi wire from the org back into the old school double red/pur. I found out there was no (.004) voltage at the org wire while cranking. However now I can only crank the engine 2 or 3 times with spark but after that nothing it wont even turn over until I disconnect the red/pur wire and reconnect it. Any advice other than installing a toggle switch would be Greatly Appreciated! Thanks in advanced


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    Just noticed that the engine will only turn over if I remove the lanyard but wont if I put it back on.. until I unplug the red/pur cdi wire and wait for about 1 min or so

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    it sure sounds like the LR. With the CDI connected to the orange wire, will it spark with the bilge button held down?

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    Wow.... yes it does

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    By pressing the bilge button, you are actually bypassing the LR and directly connection power from the red/purple to the orange. I would replace the LR.

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    Thank you for your rapid and accurate response Bryanp...... I am more of a Yamaha Seadoo Guy But you have confirmed I am headed in the the right direction!

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    Hang around this Polaris section. I think we are by far the friendliest bunch here!!!!

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    You have convinced Me of that already! It blows My face book page and friends away on the first Day! Just need to figure out how to navigate the page

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    You have convinced Me of that already! It blows My face book page and friends away on the first Day! Just need to figure out how to navigate the page

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    See my signature links regarding bypassing the LR Start/Stop module for testing.

    These are known to fail and the symptoms you describe indicate such.

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