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    02 gtx 4tec not turning over

    2002 gtx 4tec.

    I can use jumper cabled to go right to ground and starter and it turns over fine. With handlebar switch nothing. I get two beeps with the key and it reads it fine. I tested handlebar switch and it's good. I replaced the relay with new. Checked all fused. Cleaned the ground. I don't even get a clock from relay. I think it's something between relay and handle bar switch.


    Any help please ?

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    Re: 02 gtx 4tec not turning over

    yep. sounds like a bad connection somewhere. I assume you meant "click" from relay. try testing the solenoid (relay) by itself on your battery or external power supply if you have one. Break out the volt meter and start testing all cables starting from +ve terminal .

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    Re: 02 gtx 4tec not turning over

    Solenoid has four electrical male posts on it. I need a wiring diagram or something

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    Re: 02 gtx 4tec not turning over

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    Is this yours?

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    Re: 02 gtx 4tec not turning over

    Nope

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    Re: 02 gtx 4tec not turning over

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    This one?

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    Re: 02 gtx 4tec not turning over

    Yes

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    Re: 02 gtx 4tec not turning over

    The two red wires go to your starter and battery. Essentially your starter button is a switch that activates this switch. The harness wires go to your start button. short the harness wires and see if the machine turns over. You can disconnect the hardness and just short the pins with a screwdriver.

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    Re: 02 gtx 4tec not turning over

    Turns out your machine has an electrical relay switch, not a mechanical solenoid. It looks like Sea Doo only used this in 1 model. yours . Even the 02 GTX DI is different. This design makes it harder to diagnose because it probably doesn't make any noise when you hit the button like a solenoid does. It's also controlled by the MPEM. If you replaced this relay and you got no change, then you'll be looking at testing the connection from the start button to the relay. Should be pretty easy to identify the correct wires as there are only 4 in the harness. 2 are for the relay, 1 goes to the regulator (30A fused) and 1 goes to the MPEM (30A Fused). I would disconnect the battery before testing and just start doing continuity tests to find the problem. If all your wires check out and all the fuses check out then I have no idea... maybe a problem with the MPEM. Hope that helps.

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    Re: 02 gtx 4tec not turning over

    I tried today and got no where.

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