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    Jetworks Holeshot Water Temp Code

    So I installed the Jetworks Kit on my 1300r with the fercho water line routing but didn't want to drill and tap my stinger for the water temp sensor. It's throwing a code 65 with it zip tied up. I was told it would be fine not screwed into the stinger. Did I miss something here? Or is there a way or a place I can buy a resistor from to bypass the sensor? I'm not familiar with "DIY resistors" so that's pretty much a long shot for me.

    Thanks for any input or help.


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    10k ohm resistor to bypass

    or just plug a good sensor in and strap it out of the way

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    Quote Originally Posted by WFO View Post
    10k ohm resistor to bypass

    or just plug a good sensor in and strap it out of the way
    So you think the sensor is just jacked up? Is the resistor something I can make on my own or buy somewhere? Thanks man.

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    The end of the sensor is essentially a resistor that changes in value as the temperature changes. The wires on the sensor are very small gauge and break easy, especially right at the end where they go into the sensor.
    You may have damaged yours when you removed it.
    To DIY a fixed resistance value in place of the sensor is incredibly easy. Buy a pack of resistors (couple bucks), either online or local electronics store. Cut the sensor off close to the plug and strip the wires, solder resistor across the wires (you can cut the leads if the resistor as short as you want), heat shrink over the connections and the resistor itself. Plug it in and your done.
    Ex; the 'chip' for exhaust bypass is not a chip, it's a resistor that simply goes across the plug connector that's sealed up.
    Your tied up sensor should work, sounds like it got damaged. You could get another and plug it and zip it up.

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    Solder iron and resistors just came in today! Here we go, wish me luck! Lol

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    Hey Rich - did you mean 1k resistor on that instead of 10k?
    I thought they were in the 1k to 5k range from cold to hot?

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    I hope not. I just put a 10k on there today. Seemed to work on the trailer. Haven't gotten a chance to put it in the water yet. It was pretty easy. Click image for larger version. 

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    10k seems to do the trick on the water temp

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    Yup researched the other threads and 10k seems to be the way to go

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    Thanks WFO! Learn something new from you endlessly

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