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    Bad exhaust temp sensor? I think 09/136/shift

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    • Member since
      October 2005
    Bad exhaust temp sensor? I think 09/136/shift
    Posted by r.a. on Sunday, February 21, 2010 10:37 PM

    I only have about 2500 miles on it. The sled has been running 8150-8250 where I want it. This last weekend It would go to 8250 but drop down to 78-79. I checked the valves , scraped a little carbon but not bad. Put them back in and about in 5-10 miles I noticed the check engine light blinking it would blink 5 times I looked at the plugs they looked good that is about as much as I can do to check engine when your 10 miles away from anywhere temp was also fine about 124-126 Still drops down to 7800-7900 The sled is up at our cottage so I can not see if I pulled a wire loose taking out the valves. Anyone else have similar thing happen and if so what was the fix? Thanks for any help

    • Member since
      January 2012
    Posted by wilker on Sunday, January 15, 2012 7:16 PM

    Did you ever find the fix to this problem?  I have the exact issue going on with a 2010 RMK  800

    • Member since
      October 2005
    Posted by r.a. on Sunday, January 22, 2012 6:05 PM


    That is what it was. I dont get on this site much so sorry for the slow come back We have very little snow less than 200 miles this year.Good Luck

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