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    gp800 oil injection removeal question

    ive tanken the oil injection off my gp800 and am wondering wot tricks you guys use to fool the dash into thinking the oil tank is full . at the moment the dash is flashing at me that the oil tank is empty and the waring light is flashing as well . wot tricks do you do to stop this as it kinda annoying but not a big problem . any help would be much apprecated thanks


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    Just flip the sending unit upside down, and zip tie it in this position.

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    thanks hydrotoys i would do this but i dont have the sender unit . when i brought the ski it didnt have oil injection on it (i prefure not to have it anyway) and the dash wasnt conected due to the ski running a msd total loss . ive taken the msd out now and gone back to the factory electrics and reconected the dash . is there any other way to fool it

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    TTT ^^^

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    Don't fool it all, just put oil in the tank to satisfy the alarm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by w-nut View Post
    thanks hydrotoys i would do this but i dont have the sender unit . when i brought the ski it didnt have oil injection on it (i prefure not to have it anyway) and the dash wasnt conected due to the ski running a msd total loss . ive taken the msd out now and gone back to the factory electrics and reconected the dash . is there any other way to fool it
    Jumper the two wires that went to the sensor (you should have a open plug if it was removed) and it will take care of the issue. Wires will be up front behind the storage bucket.

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    i cant just add oil to the tank. the OE tank was removed because now i premix. thas why the flashing light is so annoying.

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    Did you jumper the wires to each other?

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    What do the wires/plug look like ? will this cause the alarm to stop flashing ?

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    look unde your storage bucket for the wiring harness the find the empty 2-wire plug this will be the one jumper thos two wires and this will solve the issue.

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