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    yamaha gp1300 warling light and buzzer

    have just got a 07 yamaha 1300gp and the warning light and the buzzer came on after about 10mins using so i shut it down left it then started it up again went fine for the same amount of time ( turned around and headed for the trailer ) then the buzzer and light came back on , all plugs look in mint con , didnt test for the code at the time but now home it flashes 48 then 01 stays on , any help would be much appreciated john


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    also has the speedo disconnected dont suppose this would effect

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    Was it giving you a temp light or a low fuel warning? What did the dash flash when the alarm went off? Is this machine completely stock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prism View Post
    Was it giving you a temp light or a low fuel warning? What did the dash flash when the alarm went off? Is this machine completely stock?

    a red light on the right hand side and didnt notice anything else on the dash , as far as i know its standard , im guessing it wasnt fuel as it ran for the same amount of time each time before the light went off
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    The most likely explination is the catalyst over temp warning keeps coming on. One common issue is the catalytic converter on these skis breaks apart after a while and partially clogs the exhaust. This causes the exhaust temperature to rise setting the alarm off. The next time you ride, when the alarm goes off, look closely at the display. If it's low fuel, the gas gauge will start flashing and low oil level, an oil can will flash. There might be a small flashing icon on the dash that looks like heat waves coming off of something. At that point, and before the display goes off, recheck for diagnostic codes. I believe trouble code 53 is exhaust over temp warning. If the warning is just for fuel or oil, just fill the tanks. If it's the exhaust temp warning, the solution is to remove the defective catalytic converter along with any broken pieces and install a d-plate and temp over ride resistor. This is not very expensive or difficult, but takes an afternoon for someone with hand tools and a small amount of mechanical ability. If it turns out to be the exhaust alarm, don't keep riding it or the cat will totally disintegrate and clog the exhaust resulting in more work and possible damage. Let us know what you find and we'll help you get it sorted out.

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    awesome will check it out when the weather comes right thanks for your help

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    First thing I would do if it has not been done is take out the Cat and put in a D-Plate and Temp over ride resistor.

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=118

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1119

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    Quote Originally Posted by 800AMSOIL4U View Post
    First thing I would do if it has not been done is take out the Cat and put in a D-Plate and Temp over ride resistor.

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=118

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1119

    yeah got them off ebay they in the post cheers

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    so went for a ride and when the buzzer went off there were two symbols on the dash an engine and one that looked to be an overheating one , pulled the exhaust and it seems to already have the d plate , the water at the tell tail seems rather warm not to hot to hold your hand under , the ski has done 80 hrs thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by jg103 View Post
    so went for a ride and when the buzzer went off there were two symbols on the dash an engine and one that looked to be an overheating one , pulled the exhaust and it seems to already have the d plate , the water at the tell tail seems rather warm not to hot to hold your hand under , the ski has done 80 hrs thanks

    so im thinking that it doesnt have the chip in it , should this be in the plug on the main black box ( with the fuses in it ) ? there is on plug that goes to the sensor in the exhaust just before the water box the other one is empty and the catyalac sensor has been removed and capped on the exhaust

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