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    Quote Originally Posted by nmpeter View Post
    two sensors

    one under the intake manifold, a bit of a pain to get to, but doable
    the other on the front cover. you need a big box wrench to get that one off

    start with the one under the manifold if money is an issue. if you still get it, then the front one.

    be carful unclipping the sender wire under the manifold, the lock tab will be a bit brittle
    I see the one under the throttle body, where is the second? Cant find one on ski or parts diagram for a 2017 260


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    Part # 17 http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche....%20PUMP%20ASSY.

    The rear sensor is the that normally goes bad.

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    Does the rear one usually go bad on the 185's too? I see the one at the front 420256885. I assume the one at the rear is that single wire sensor under the throttle body and the intake.

    I have a friend who has a 185 with the oil light coming on and the thing is full of oil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diamondwatercraft View Post
    Does the rear one usually go bad on the 185's too? I see the one at the front 420256885. I assume the one at the rear is that single wire sensor under the throttle body and the intake.

    I have a friend who has a 185 with the oil light coming on and the thing is full of oil.
    I have a GTX Ltd 185 HP (2004) Had the low oil warning .. (would go into limp mode) replaced both front and rear oil sensors) not expensive) I made a tool to replace rear sensor ( access is way easier when you remove FI throttle body) When buying them .. make sure they give you the right for the rear .. the newer ones are positive ground .. the 185 HP ((2004) is negative ground .. (Dealership gave me the wrong one! ( found out the hard way.. ) Anywho .. Once I put everything back together.. problem solved!

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