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    93 no start

    Last time i took it out i had to be towed in. would crank then run, and then die.
    I got it to crank in drive way when i go home and then a few days after that. the switch had been going bad. I had to mod my lanyard with zip ties to give it some more height to get the ski running. Now when i go to hit I get nothing at all. No life!
    I guess the switch has finally bit the bullet?

    If it had does the factory have a plug somewhere, or do you have to splice and dice the new one? I havent got that far to look into it. We keep hitting temps with heat index near 100 her in GA every day so i havent been out side looking to work on it.

    Your thoughts?

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    Re: 93 no start

    Quote Originally Posted by fiestcr View Post
    Last time i took it out i had to be towed in. would crank then run, and then die.
    I got it to crank in drive way when i go home and then a few days after that. the switch had been going bad. I had to mod my lanyard with zip ties to give it some more height to get the ski running. Now when i go to hit I get nothing at all. No life!
    I guess the switch has finally bit the bullet?

    If it had does the factory have a plug somewhere, or do you have to splice and dice the new one? I havent got that far to look into it. We keep hitting temps with heat index near 100 her in GA every day so i havent been out side looking to work on it.

    Your thoughts?
    They do have a nice plug, it is very easy to change them.

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    Re: 93 no start

    What kind of 93 is it? I have a few extra start-and-stop switches. But they have different lengths of wiring.

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    Last edited by 550/440; 07-26-2017 at 11:52 AM.
    "needs carb work" is a classic excuse for I don't know wtf is wrong!

    DASA powered 2009 EME Q8, 2001 XLT rescue boat, 1100 WB1 in the works.

    Big thanks to Newmiller Machine in Oregon for the great work! (Mcn6 on PWCtoday)

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    Re: 93 no start

    its a 93 WB1

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    Re: 93 no start

    I've got a switch for that, $45 shipped.

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    Re: 93 no start

    i guess it works pretty good?

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    Re: 93 no start

    Works perfect.

    Sent from my VS987 using Tapatalk
    "needs carb work" is a classic excuse for I don't know wtf is wrong!

    DASA powered 2009 EME Q8, 2001 XLT rescue boat, 1100 WB1 in the works.

    Big thanks to Newmiller Machine in Oregon for the great work! (Mcn6 on PWCtoday)

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    Re: 93 no start

    ok check your PM's

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    Re: 93 no start

    Replied. Thanks.

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    "needs carb work" is a classic excuse for I don't know wtf is wrong!

    DASA powered 2009 EME Q8, 2001 XLT rescue boat, 1100 WB1 in the works.

    Big thanks to Newmiller Machine in Oregon for the great work! (Mcn6 on PWCtoday)

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    Re: 93 no start

    Never heard back from you, did you get it fixed?
    "needs carb work" is a classic excuse for I don't know wtf is wrong!

    DASA powered 2009 EME Q8, 2001 XLT rescue boat, 1100 WB1 in the works.

    Big thanks to Newmiller Machine in Oregon for the great work! (Mcn6 on PWCtoday)

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