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lobo98382

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  1. Thats a good idea. I suppose any after market gauge should work.
  2. I ran my Sand Viper 1100 about 70 miles a few days ago with no problems. Today I washed the vehicle including the engine. After about 30 milutes I started it with no problems but the oil light was on very dim. The engine started to knock and I turned it off immediately. I checked the oil and it was only 1 quart low. I added oil and restarted it 3 more times with the same result. On the 4th try I let it run a few seconds and the knocking went away and the oil light went out. I use Mobil1 oil so the viscosity should always be the same. Does this sound like the beginning of an oil pump problem. I know in colder climates thick oil will take longer to circulate through the engine and some knocking noise is common, but this is not my problem. I'm just looking for suggestion. Thanks
  3. I did some research on Fram oil filters and came up with # TG4967 as a replacement for the Sand Viper 1100. I've used this filter for a couple of years with no problems.
  4. Thanks for the input, I'll try your suggestions.
  5. I have a 1100 Sand Viper and recently have developed an electrical problem. When I turn on the ignition the fan is suppose to start but instead the relays start clicking. I try to engage the started several times and before the electric fan starts to run. At that point the starter will engage and the engine starts. On rare occasions the engine will turn over but will not start until the electric fan starts to run. Any ideas where to start looking will be appreciated.


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