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    how to disconnect my oil warning beep?

    i did some searching but did't come up with any thing, but how do i bypass or disconnect my oil warning beep? i'm running premix and have removed the oil tank. i tried messing with the stock sensor to trick it, but not really sure what to do with it. Any resistance shortage i can do to make it think it's full??


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    I am not sure if the 1300s are different than the 1200s, but all I did was remove the plastic sleeve that the float assembly was in, move the float into the up position, and put a zip tie under the float. Worked like a charm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KirkF350 View Post
    I am not sure if the 1300s are different than the 1200s, but all I did was remove the plastic sleeve that the float assembly was in, move the float into the up position, and put a zip tie under the float. Worked like a charm.

    ^^^ This is the easiest way to do it.

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    that's what i tried also. mine had like 2 black floats on the sensor assembly and i just pushed them to the up position and put a tie wrap under each float, but it still beeps nonstop. am i missing something with it?

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    You did remember to plug it back in right??? I THINK that the switch is normally open so if you didnt plug it back in it will continue to go off. If you plugged it back in you might try jumping the 2 wires that go to the oil level sensor and see if that will make the buzzer go off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JLewis View Post
    that's what i tried also. mine had like 2 black floats on the sensor assembly and i just pushed them to the up position and put a tie wrap under each float, but it still beeps nonstop. am i missing something with it?
    Hell, I don't know. Unless there is something with the 1300s and EFI that I do not know about, this should do it. For sh!ts and giggles, try disconnecting and reconnecting the battery. Might be pissing in the wind, but you never know. I'm sure some of the 1300 boys wll chime in before too long but I could have sworn WFO told me @ one time that going premix on the 1300 was no different that the 1200s.

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    I'll try a couple of things tomorrow and get back with the results.

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    I added pictures, see post #11
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    Here is what I did. Reinstall, No beeps


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    ok, got it figured out. Come to find out, there are two plugs in that bundle that are interchangeable. One white and one black. Well they were mismatched. Pluged them in correctly then just shorted the wires together and the beep stopped. So it's resolved now (cool!), now i noticed that the power valve's don't ever move. Not sure when they are suppose to work, but if i start it and rev it up, the cable never moves at all. Checked the fuses in the back and all are ok, it just doesn't work. Time for more trouble shooting i guess. Any suggestions on how to bench test it?

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