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    exhaust overheat

    as soon as i hit the start button the exhaust overheat alarm sounds,its prob just the sender but i cant find it,its an yamaha xl 1200 ltd the engine is standard


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    Welcome Joel.

    Did this just happen or have you done some work then it occured? You can look in the how to forum for the manual to your ski and download it it will help you trace out the electrical. There are two over heat sensors one for catalytic convertor it is on the upper part of your pipe and one measures exhaust just before the waterbox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by osidebill View Post
    Welcome Joel.

    Did this just happen or have you done some work then it occured? You can look in the how to forum for the manual to your ski and download it it will help you trace out the electrical. There are two over heat sensors one for catalytic convertor it is on the upper part of your pipe and one measures exhaust just before the waterbox.


    it just happened the motor has had no work done

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    Check your ground wire on your block!!! I chased one of these for a week and pulled half the ski apart to find a corrosion soaked ground on the engine!! Good luck!

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