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Hi my name is ***** ***** I'm the PWC Specialist, who am I speaking to ?
I read your original statement, I think you might have a few things going on ? I will need some history on this ski, best of your knowledge have the carb(s) every been off that you know of, and when was that.
You claim that you were using this unit earlier this year, how long ago was that, and how was it running then ?
Did water get into the rear electrical box ?
OK, you'll need a multi-meter for the test below, first establish battery voltage by measuring voltage right at the battery, then using your meter check for voltage as I pointed out below. This a good place to start
In the rear electrical box, you'll find a yellow/red wire, unplug that wire and check for voltage on that wire when you press the started button.
Hey no problem, when you get back, just let me know what you find out, and we'll pick it up from there.
So you have 2 yellow/red wires at the MPEM, one will go up to the start switch and one to the solenoid, the yellow/red that goes to the start switch can you try grounding that switch and then check for voltage at the yellow/red at the solenoid ?
So momentarily touching the yellow/red wire at the start switch should tell the MPEM to deliver the voltage to the "out" yellow/red wire to the starter solenoid, so you obviously need voltage from the MPEM to the solenoid,
Do you have a manual on this ?
I'm going to give you the manual, I want you to check the lanyard switch, not sure if you did that yet ? when you get this link, download it to your desk top and make sure you save a copy .
You need to do this on your PC, the file is 51mb