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Out riding tonight. Noticed that my low oil light and my temp light were both on but very dim. Machine was working fine but I am a little concerned about it. I also notice when I got home when I reved it up and then let it idle down that the LED gauge would go out and then light back up. Any ideas? Thanks.
 

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Out riding tonight. Noticed that my low oil light and my temp light were both on but very dim. Machine was working fine but I am a little concerned about it. I also notice when I got home when I reved it up and then let it idle down that the LED gauge would go out and then light back up. Any ideas? Thanks.[/b]
loose /chafed wire someplace wiggle them around bet it goes away.
 

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That was my first thought also. Don't know where to start. When I bought the sled years ago I went over all the wiring and wrapped everything that may have been a rubbing point.
 

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Moisture has gotten into one of the harness connections. Pull the obvious ones and spray some WD in there. Should take care of the dim light syndrome.
 

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[Thanks for that ifo. After giving it some thought we had to go through a bog yesterday and some water ended up under the hood. About 15 minutes after that is when the lights started to show up. Hopefully that is the problem.
 

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same thing happened to me about a week ago. i was riding in 12-15 inches of powder and mine and a buddy's both did that. hasn't done it since though
 

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I've got the exact same problem. I'm going to check connectors for moisture, but if that doesnt work check with AC if your sled had been updated with Oil sending unit.
 
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