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Bills86e
07-26-10, 12:26 PM
No BEEPS
bad buzzer, commonly go out on olded ski's moisture deterioration

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The sensor/sender is located between the spark plugs and when the engine reaches
203-205 degrees, contacts/moves and grounds the wire to mpem, signaling the beeper.
Grounding the sensor wire should produce the beeper/buzz. Periodically check it, ignition on.

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Beeper/buzzer is inside the handlebar pad where it can easily be heard. The wires
are loomed down the center of the steering column then connect to the electrical
wireing harness. A DETENT TOOL is available from Radio Shack for pushing the pins
out of the plastic connector clip if you desire to pull the wires thru the column. Radio Shack Part # 274-223 for .093 pins.
Note
each wires orientation if you do that. Some people just connect a new beeper under
the sterring consul as a easy location. Hope this Helps! Bills86e