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    making a temp chip

    what ohm and what wattage works in the temp senor bypass


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    Mike xsockguyx's Avatar
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    2.2k resistor if this is to stop your exhaust overheat beep because you have a D-plate. You can get a pack of them for a little over $1 at radio shack. Look at the picture thats how i did mine.
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    what about the water temp sensor

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    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...er+temp+sensor read this thread should answer your questions. If you use the search button you can find almost all your questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitroguy View Post
    what ohm and what wattage works in the temp senor bypass
    what year?

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    its a 2000

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    2000 GPR/XL the resistor should be a 1K ohm (chip reads 997ohm)

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    Quote Originally Posted by xsockguyx View Post
    2.2k resistor if this is to stop your exhaust overheat beep because you have a D-plate. You can get a pack of them for a little over $1 at radio shack. Look at the picture thats how i did mine.
    What the hell kinda dingleberry looking thing is that Mike??...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrewNJ View Post
    What the hell kinda dingleberry looking thing is that Mike??...

    Thank for the compliment!........It might not be pretty but it keeps water from getting to the resistor.

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    The way I did the temp mod.
    Note: the wire is SS and solder doesnt stick to that very well so I used some 28gauge copper wire and wrapped the ends tight before soldering.
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