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Old 01-11-2017, 12:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What is the std collant high temp alert on XF9000 2014
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I could be a couple degrees off but this is close. On warm up the flashing light goes out at 111 degrees. Some have reported its doing that once warm in some conditions when the thermo sticks open. Hot first warning flashes at 235 and will surge the RPM if idling. Second warning steady light at 245-247 will shut off if idling at a little above that and puke out a little coolant. Just a squirt nothing major
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Will the sled also surge if it is getting close to turning on the temp light . i have a xf1100t and we were going slow in low snow conditions and started to surge
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Will the sled also surge if it is getting close to turning on the temp light . i have a xf1100t and we were going slow in low snow conditions and started to surge
I dont know. Those are the conditions I came across. One time it was cold out below zero and had only gone 5 miles when I went to fill with gas. So I left it running while fueling up and a quick pop in to pay maybe a minute an a half. When I came back out was flashing and surging like the manual says. Moved it off the pump and shut it off and felt the coolers were as hot or hotter than any clutch I have felt couldnt hold my hand on it. I got a gauge now so I can watch the temp closer now and for sure dont let it idle too much once warm. I set my early alarm to 190 so i can take steps sooner to cool.
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