While the Yamaha for the start of the madness of the Rhino 660 UTV, they made a few mistakes are praised. One of them, we meet regularly, the reverse sensor in the airbox. Yamaha made the reverse sensor on your dash and it tells the engine control unit in reverse order. If approved, the reverse Rhino 660 has a reduced speed limiter to reduce risk and increase safety while traveling in the opposite direction. Unfortunately damage to off-hours use of the connection to the sensor and causing the ECM to think you are in reverse order. If this happens, usually the red inverted screen flickers on the dash, but many people can not see it because it flashes so quickly. If this happens to Rhino will literally fall on his face and trunk.
Fortunately, the solution to this problem is quite simple. You have your hood and remove the middle than the airbox. Among the airbox is a single pole, straight connector style. The opening of this connector is enlarged, and have to wiggle the plug on the sensor to create a false return. By gently squeezing the plug, it can be fit again to add the sensor and prevent this problem. You need a small amount of fat dialectic always protect the connector and the sensor against corrosion.
So if you have a similar problem or have seen the reverse light is flashing on the dashboard, we recommend a look at the reverse sensor plug. It is a simple repair, you do-it-yourself from them, then go to save it to your local dealer or repairer.
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