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    info gauge

    the info gauge on my 2000 rx isnt working any suggesions or tips to figure it out thanks for any help


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    buy a new or used one that works.
    I may have one, but not sure, I'll have to look.
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    unplug and re-seat connection @ mpem. any issues before failing, dim lcd or did it just quit. i can't remember if there is a fuse for it = check manual. i have a good one for carb rx i'd consider selling. pm me if you want to discuss.

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    Nothing on 01 RX info gauge

    I had been getting a low fuel warning on my info gauge for awhile. Figured the baffle fell out in the tank and never bothered with it.

    Then I had to pull it off my floating dock to pull the pump since a friend sucked something up and ruined the wear ring.

    After replacing the wear ring, and reinstalling pump, the battery was dead. Replaced that.

    I get the regular beeping when installing the key, I just don't get any info on the gauge. I checked the fuse and for some reason the MPEM had a 25A in it instead of the 5A per the manual. In the manual, the MPEM controls the info center gauge. I thought this was strange since I am the only owner and only PPG had ever serviced my ski. I replaced the 25A with a 5A, and checked the rest of the fuses, and all are ok. I pulled and reseated the connection for the gauges at the front electrical box as well. i still don't get anything on the gauge.

    Is this a bad gauge or other?

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    If yours is like my doos the purple wire is 12v hot to the gauges. Check to see if the info center is getting power when pushing the start/stop button. If so, the gauge is bad.

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    How would I go about checking that without burning anything out? I have a multitester, but I dont want to break the seal on any of those lines.

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    they make a line tester that can "sense" a current, kinda like a light pen.
    if the line is hot, the red light glows. get one of those...
    ok wait, i think those are only for AC currents so wont work on a 12V DC system.
    as i search all i see are the piercing style DC detectors.
    you could pierce the wire someplace where it isnt likely to get wet, i would say on the gauge side of the plug, since you might be replacing it anyway.
    and then paint on some liquid electrical tape when you are done. should be fine.

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    Yes, you can pierce with a small needle, it may even close up without having to seal it.

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