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Thread: VTS Bypass Fix

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    PWCToday Regular Koerbs's Avatar
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    VTS Bypass Fix

    I used the DIC 451M relay and fixed my bad VTS module. I used the wiring instructions that were posted on here. The only thing that was wrong was that the switch was wired backwards, so I switched the wires and good to go, the gauge and everything works...


    The best part is, it cost me 2 bucks for the part, and 10 in misc stuff.
    Last edited by Koerbs; 05-27-2009 at 09:13 PM.

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    Re: VTS Bypass Fix

    Who makes the relay?
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    Re: VTS Bypass Fix

    I think he is talking about the DEI 451M. Intended to control auto door locks on alarms but apparently works well for failed VTS boxes. I will be buying one soon but was hoping to find an owners manual/direction for the unit first. These are all over ebay, I plan to buy a few of them.

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    Re: VTS Bypass Fix

    what posting was the direction listed here under? will this work on a 96XP 787?
    2004 Dodge Quad-cab (mine)
    2004 Cadillac CTS (hers)
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    1996 Seadoo XP (hers)
    1997 Kawasaki Vulcan 800 (mine)
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    Re: VTS Bypass Fix

    I haven't seen any direction but, if it works as I understand, then I can't see why it wouldn't work for any VTS module. You just have to find a safe place to mount the relay(rear electrical box?) It seems to stop itself when it senses an increase in current. I will document my progress when I attempt this.

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    Re: VTS Bypass Fix

    so it is just a power window setup? wire it like you would a pwer window to the switch, which bypasses the VTS box, and you have under-engineered seadoo's mess?
    2004 Dodge Quad-cab (mine)
    2004 Cadillac CTS (hers)
    1996 Seadoo HX (mine)
    1996 Seadoo XP (hers)
    1997 Kawasaki Vulcan 800 (mine)
    1998 Kawasaki Ninja 250 (hers)
    ???? John Deere L130 (hahaha she thinks my "tractor"s sexy...)

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    Re: VTS Bypass Fix

    any chance on a how-to? i'm very very interested in seeing how this is done. and yes, i have a 96 xp.

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    Re: VTS Bypass Fix

    PM me i guess?

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    Re: VTS Bypass Fix

    If you have done the conversion and it is fully functional, how about posting the wiring diagram or connections and a couple of pics? Judging from the number of views on this subject every time it comes up we are all on the edge of our seats - forum searches never seem to lead anywhere conclusive. I have a couple of these relays coming and when I get them I will figure this out and post what I did when I get it right but if you already have you could save me (and everyone else) some pain & suffering i'm sure.

    This forum is the best problem solving tool on the planet with the best people as members!

    It still blows me away that nobody has put together a canned assembly with the relay and a set of comprehensive instructions and sold them on ebay.

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    Re: VTS Bypass Fix

    I just ordered one also, Blaze. It sounds like it should be pretty easy, I guess we will find out.

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