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    Installed D-Plate, now my warning light is blinking

    My stepdad was nice enough to install my D-plate and sensor on my 06 gp1300. As soon as I started the ski, the warning light started blinking with the exhaust temp blinker. I shut it off and turned on a few times, and it would blink right as I turned on the ski. After a few starts, finally it quit going off. Now occasionlly (Every 4 starts or so), it will start beeping right when I turn on the ski. If it doesn't beep right as I start the ski, it doesn't do it at all. Any ideas??


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    You installed the chip where the sensor used to be plugged into, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlitzK View Post
    You installed the chip where the sensor used to be plugged into, right?
    My stepdad did it for me, he showed me where he plugged it in. It's a spot back by the battery box, on the lefthand side of the ski.

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    Yours is a 2006, try removing the chip thing and see if it works then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrisrokc View Post
    Yours is a 2006, try removing the chip thing and see if it works then.
    He's right, the 06 doesnt need the chip. If it doesnt work right without it you will need to get a resistor from radio shack and solder it in the plug. It's like $1 for a package of 5.

    Its been a while since I had to do it so I cant remember if that was a 1k,2k,or 10k ohm. Someone will chime in soon enough if it doesnt work better without the chip.

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    My 06' had the same problem,i just plugged the sensor back in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WATER WOODY View Post
    My 06' had the same problem,i just plugged the sensor back in.
    same here, just wish there was a way to get rid of it.

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    exhaust sensor

    i have a 01 1200r and mine did the same thing yesterday about 2 minutes into the ride,the alarm started sounding and the warning light blinking,,i emediately shut it off !!!! after about 30 seconds it quit,,so i started the ski back up and rode for the rest of the day it never happend again.could`nt figure this one out.i am running double oil though for break in,,i thought maybe all that oil in the exhaust some how gummed up the sensor or somthing,i dunno!!!

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    Thanks for the help everyone. I really dont know anything about resistors or soldering . So if I have an 06, I should just take out the chip that came with the D-plate, and plug the sensor back in?

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