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  1. #1

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    Meter Assembly (By-Passing)?????

    98 XL 1200. Has anyone ever tried to by-pass the meter assembly to start your ski? I believe the brains of my unit are on the downward slide. When I jump the motor across, it cranks right up. However, when going through the meter assembly, I have to re-enter my code several times and crank for 7-10 seconds before it will fire. Any advice will be appreciated. Thanks


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    If this is the 65U engine and the electronics are set up like my '98 GP1200, here's how I by passed the guages:

    Alright, here's what I had to do: find the connectors that come from the guages; should be at the rear of the gas tank, in front of the motor. Unplug the 2 wire white connector and the 2 wire red connector (both of these have some derivation of red and brown wires). Leave the 2 prong red male and the 2 prong white female connectors hanging (if you trace them back, they should lead up to the guages). Hook up the 2 prong red female and the 2 prong white male (this should connect a solid red and a solid brown wire with a solid red and a solid brown). Now see if the ski starts.

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