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Oil Light ON ???

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Recently made an oil change on my XJR 2002 model, since changing filter and refilling with oil the light now comes on when I try to start and will not allow the motor to turn over. I have traced all wiring, all plugs, and all possible problem points but still it will not start. The only thing that is different to the bike now from when it was last running (Nov 08) is that I have fitted an Acewell dash, which does have oil light of its own but I can not see how this can stop the motor from turning over...any ideas?
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  • waynester000 Feb 17, 2009

    The Acewell dash was added due to accident which smashed the original instruments beyond any possible use. The oil light in the orginal instrument as well as the new are just indicators, they simple reflect a result from a problem some where else in the system, or at least this is what they should be doing. I have totally disconnect the new dash as well and it still will not start (it did before the dash was added), unplugged sender - no start.

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Refit your original dash and see if the engine starts, it may maybe that it does not have all the wiring you need for ignition

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