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    Gp1300r code 189

    Was out riding my gp1300r and I started getting an alarm with a.code 189. I'm having trouble finding what the code means? anyone seen this before?

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    Re: Gp1300r code 189

    I found that this is showing a 188 during start..so probably not a code. However, the ski is still not starting. I did temporarily see a code 13(TPS). Is there a way to check for this. The manual says I have to check the voltage on the circuit. Can I just bypass it?

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    Re: Gp1300r code 189

    I verified that I have spark and pulled the fuel line from the tank and have fuel pressure. Also, I was able to spray ether into the intake and it still will still not catch. I check the compression and it's good. I'm not sure what to check next. Could it be that I have broken reeds? Would I have good compression in the cylinder if there is a crank compression issue?

    Thanks for any help..

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    Re: Gp1300r code 189

    You can still have compression with bad reeds or a broken piston.

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    Re: Gp1300r code 189

    Thanks for the reply, I'm guessing at this point the motor is not a able to get any fuel into the piston cylinder so it might have a crank compression issue. I'll take a look at that next.

    Thanks again

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    Re: Gp1300r code 189

    Your timing may be off as well. You have spark, but is it at the correct point of crank rotation. Pull the stator and check the flywheel for correct index on the key way.

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    Re: Gp1300r code 189

    Hey gang,

    What's the best way to check the crank case compression? It has pulsar ports that I could hook a hose to so I hooked a fuel pressure gauge up and it flutter below 10psi. I'm pouring over the manual to try and find the spec but haven't found it yet.

    Thanks

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    Re: Gp1300r code 189

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    2strokesmoke, uploaded is the stator. What is the correct key way on the flywheel? I'm i just making sure that I didn't sheer the key?

    How is the weather down in miami btw? You safe?

    that again for you help gang.
    Last edited by lbalding; 09-09-2017 at 07:46 PM.

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    Re: Gp1300r code 189

    Maybe this will be helpful to someone else, it turns out that after all the taking the ski apart and putting back together that this turns out to be a bad connection on the rear temp sensor. The wire had been cut and only tapped back together with electrical tape. When I pulled the tape off and did a proper connection with crimps and shrink wrap the ski fired right up like nothing had ever been wrong.

    Maybe someday I'll look back at this and laugh.

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    Re: Gp1300r code 189

    Thanks for asking, we luckily got spared from the worst of the storm. Just had loss of power for about a week and lots of yard work. That's weird, My buddies connector went out and he had zero spark. It would crank all day, but no fire. Glad you got her running again.

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