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    d plate water temp sensors

    I have a 2006 1300r....

    after installing a d plate what do i do with the 2 sensors on the stinger pipe?

    the sensor closer to the d plate- disconnect and take it out and plug the hole with a screw?

    the sensor by the jetworks valve- leave it connected electrically b/c the ski wont start otherwise. Does that sensor have to be physically screwed into the pipe? Or can i just tie wrap it and hide it somewhere else...

    If the ski starts throwing alarms/codes- do i put a 2K or 2.2K or 10K ohm resistor??

    thanks guys!


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    Put a plug in the one on top. The one on the bottom needs to stay hooked up, it is your water temp/exaust sensor.

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    for the one on the bottom do i have to leave it connected to the stinger? or can i just hide it somewhere else?

    if it starts to beep what resistor do i put in? 2K 2.2K or 10K?

    thanks

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    on my 00' and 02 I used 10k ohm resistors for both sensors on both skis..

    I actually cut the connector off the sensor, soldered in the resistors and then encased the resistor in epoxy and plugged them in...

    Don't know for sure on the 06' ski's though...

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    The top one is the catalytic converter temp sensor. On an 06 you can:
    -leave it plugged in and the alarm usually wont go off (sometimes it does anyways)
    -leave the sensor in the pipe, and put a 2k or 2.2k ohm resistor in the connector
    -discard the sensor, put a plug in the pipe, and put a 2k or 2.2k resistor in the connector

    The bottom one is a water temp sensor. Since it is kinda important, drill the pipe and re-install the sensor (see Fercho's jetworks document for placement). If you want to remove it, then wire in a 10k ohm resister

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