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    Exhaust sensor

    Ok so I am rebuilding my 2000 gp1200r and while I was taking the exhaust off I either ripped the wires out of the rear sensor, or they were already ripped off. I have had no luck figuring out what sensor this is.. initially I thought it was cat temp and didnt worry about it. Now I realize my cat temp sensor has already been blocked off and the chip installed. The sensor is on the pipe right before it goes under the cdi box. Anyone know what sensor it is and where I can get one? I will get a picture after work today.


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    This is the exhaust temp sensor. Its a good one to keep and not bypass. Unfortunately I don't believe the ski will spark without it plugged in. It should be #46 here.

    http://www.boats.net/parts/search/Ya...201/parts.html
    Could be a little hard to find a used one. If you can repair the wire it I'd go that route.

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    Damn it looks expensive lol. Thanks guys, that is definitely it.

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    You can cheat it with a resistor, or try an ad in the wanted section, as guys with triple pipes most likely are not using theirs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LT1GMC View Post
    You can cheat it with a resistor, or try an ad in the wanted section, as guys with triple pipes most likely are not using theirs.
    yes, I usually put a 10K ohm resister to bypass

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    You guys are awesome.. so glad I found this forum.. if anyone has one lmk, if not I will be getting a resistor off amazon. If there is a problem with water temp I should know by major cavitation or signs from the pissers.

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