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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 09-04-2019, 07:03 PM Thread Starter
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Question Temp light comes on as soon as put into gear

I have an 07 Rhino 660. After sitting all night, turn ign on, temp light is off, start cranking temp light comes on, engine starts temp light goes off. Shift to HI and temp light comes on. Coolant level is good , level in overflo tank is proper. I've been trying to trouble shoot wiring, but only have the diagram for an '06. The wiring doesn't seem to match, is the '06 dash wiring the same as '07? Where can I get the wiring diagram for the '07. Thanks for any help or guidance you can give.
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I have an 07 Rhino 660. After sitting all night, turn ign on, temp light is off, start cranking temp light comes on, engine starts temp light goes off. Shift to HI and temp light comes on. Coolant level is good , level in overflo tank is proper. I've been trying to trouble shoot wiring, but only have the diagram for an '06. The wiring doesn't seem to match, is the '06 dash wiring the same as '07? Where can I get the wiring diagram for the '07. Thanks for any help or guidance you can give.

Check for possible chaffed (or loose connection) wire - maybe in vicinity of shift mechanism? It's a "ground seeking" circuit and sounds like it's finding it when there is movement of the harness. Do a "wiggle test" on the harness with engine running (remove engine cowling). Manuals can be found online in PDF format for free downloading. Good Luck.
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