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    Wrong key or it needs to be reprogramed.

    Wrong key or it needs to be reprogramed.
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    If its been sitting up for 2 years, you need to...

    If its been sitting up for 2 years, you need to rebuild the carbs. If not, you will soon be rebuilding the engine.
  3. Check all the cable connections from the battery,...

    Check all the cable connections from the battery, along with the cables ends. The cable ends may look OK but they'll get corroded on the inside and cause the exact same problem.
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    We have the same problem on the Doo's. I think...

    We have the same problem on the Doo's. I think its an inherit problem to a jet ski, due to the fact that water sits in the exhaust at all times. Taking it out after every ride seems to help but...
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    WTB I've got a new one if interested.

    I've got a new one if interested.
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    It monitors and help keep you from melting your...

    It monitors and help keep you from melting your exhaust system (hoses, resonators) if its not getting sufficient cooling. It does not have any input as for as controlling the engine, other than...
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    215 or 300 motor?

    215 or 300 motor?
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    How would it be directly against the hull and not...

    How would it be directly against the hull and not under the bumper?
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    What's wrong with it? Works great on every ski...

    What's wrong with it? Works great on every ski I've ever owned.
  10. Tilt the ski and trailer back, fill with water to...

    Tilt the ski and trailer back, fill with water to cover the rear area including the carbon seal area. If there's a leak, you should be able to see where's its coming from.
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    You could always get these but it may be cheaper...

    You could always get these but it may be cheaper just to pull the head.
    http://greenhulk.net/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=459357&stc=1
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    Good deal. Looks like you spent a lot of time and...

    Good deal. Looks like you spent a lot of time and money on parts that werent the issue but at least you finally got it fixed! Enjoy!
  13. Like he said, they're a PITA to work on. And...

    Like he said, they're a PITA to work on. And because of that, they're more expensive to have them repaired if you're not capable of doing the work yourself.
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    Sea Doo didn't make GS model in 2002? Is it a 720...

    Sea Doo didn't make GS model in 2002? Is it a 720 engine? What do you have to do to get it cranked? choke it? or just crank it a long time? with full throttle or no throttle? Could ne leaking needle...
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    ' Tiderider, I'm wondering if yours will go...

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    Tiderider, I'm wondering if yours will go boom seeing how you didn't know what you were doing and you were also taking the cheap route on your rebuild? Keep us posted.
  16. That's for the fast cure 5200, the regular 5200...

    That's for the fast cure 5200, the regular 5200 takes much longer to cure, several days
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    Follow the manual and you'll be fine, the...

    Follow the manual and you'll be fine, the electrical connectors are made so that you cant connect them in incorrectly. Bag the bolts up and label them for easier reinstallation.
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    Download a free repair manual here....

    Download a free repair manual here. seadoomanuals.net
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    Yes it looks like you bent quite a few valves,...

    Yes it looks like you bent quite a few valves, you'll need to remove them all and check. Also check the valve guides .
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    Yes definitely.

    Yes definitely.
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    The motor has to come out and the have to split...

    The motor has to come out and the have to split the crankcase to get the new timing chain on. I'm pretty sure you also need to remove the rod caps to lift the crank enough to get the timing chain...
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    Looks like you got lucky and didn't bend any...

    Looks like you got lucky and didn't bend any valves, or did you? As a minimum, you'll need a new timing chain, rod bolts, and head gasket. You need to pull the crank to install the chain. You can...
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    Bearing buddies are the way to go. They're spring...

    Bearing buddies are the way to go. They're spring loaded to hold grease in and keep water out. Easy to install and remove. I like to add a little grease after every couple of rides.
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    There was a known issue with the timing chains in...

    There was a known issue with the timing chains in the 07-08 model years. Changing oil more frequently would not have fixed a bad batch of chains. If you're familiar with rebuilding these motors, you...
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