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    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=19869...

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=198690&p=2183835&viewfull=1#post2183835



    Last firing order related thing is to make sure the spark plug wires are not crossed.
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    Well, it might just be old fuel. Hard to say from...

    Well, it might just be old fuel. Hard to say from here.

    Not that hard to extract the fuel and replace with fresh.

    It is encouraging that it is attempting to start without priming.

    Check the...
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    What exactly is the injector voltage* on...

    What exactly is the injector voltage* on white/red wire when engine is cranking, lanyard in place, without any gasoline prime?

    Is the fuel system fully operational?


    * All injectors plugged...
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    Regarding backfire risk. One of the ways an EMM...

    Regarding backfire risk. One of the ways an EMM can go bad is to have wildly incorrect ignition timing.

    When this happens the plug sparking can occur essentially randomly and cause fuel to ignite...
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    My [red] edits reflect the situation correctly? ...

    My [red] edits reflect the situation correctly?

    If so, seems the TPS has failed. Or the TPS pigtail ground wire is damaged.

    Leave the TPS disconnected until you get the engine to start and idle...
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    Soooo, click on My Profile in upper right corner...

    Soooo, click on My Profile in upper right corner of web site, then add your location info ;)

    Make it easier for us to recommend things that are reasonable 8-)
  7. Beware that testing of a single example of a...

    Beware that testing of a single example of a product cannot provide proof of overall reliability. Nor really of future reliability of the tested unit. Testing merely reveals that the specific unit...
  8. Agreed. And the hole for blow-off valve is...

    Agreed. And the hole for blow-off valve is relatively small and easily plugged with a NPT brass plug.

    I was thinking it might be inexpensive to simply install a non-modified intake manifold,...
  9. I think I might like these, part code...

    I think I might like these, part code SOPFREECE6MM

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=472907&stc=1

    I need to check what thread size my Yamaha GP1800 has on the steering rod...
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    Well, where the broken ground wire is, is...

    Well, where the broken ground wire is, is probably the question. Could be on either side of the TPS 3-pin connector.

    Sometimes it just needs a close visual inspection of each wire and pin. Those...
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    Inexpensive test, shim the rear mounting bolt...

    Inexpensive test, shim the rear mounting bolt locations for the ride plate down with one flat spacer washer on each side at the rear.

    Remove rear ride plate bolts, loosen the front bolts.
    Slide...
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    Did the engine actually start with TPS unplugged?...

    Did the engine actually start with TPS unplugged?

    It should start and idle at 1150 RPM, but will not respond to throttle lever squeeze.

    Look for a broken ground wire to the TPS. These are thin...
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    Are those ‘attachment bits’ Kawasaki specific only or also applicable to modern Yamaha, etc?

    I can see the rubber sleeve boots on my GP1800 steering cable have already split, in less than four...
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    Overall correct. A in-range TPS signal is just...

    Overall correct.

    A in-range TPS signal is just one of the necessary conditions for the EMM to be happy.

    CPS signal is another. CPS must ohm test within spec and the CPS must actually be...
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    I forget whether someone posted the lengths and...

    I forget whether someone posted the lengths and differences for all the available GP1800 ride plates. :-k

    My Worx ride plate also has the channel cut on the bottom. The cut improved hull tracking...
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    A voltmeter probing the installed and connected...

    A voltmeter probing the installed and connected TPS can tell you what the idle position signal voltage is. Should be in the range of about 0.350 to 0.500 volts. Measured TPS Ground to signal (center...
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    Hmmm, I forget whether some models might be...

    Hmmm, I forget whether some models might be bothered by a low fuel or oil level :-k

    Until you get the fuel level float replaced, you can disconnect the fuel sender wire inside the electrical box....
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    When the MFI is showing UNLOCKED the display is...

    When the MFI is showing UNLOCKED the display is sleeping. Clock visible.
    This is the normal long term ‘nothing is happening’ mode for the MFI display.
    Minimal battery consumption while display is...
  19. What gasoline octane does that AGR tune require?

    What gasoline octane does that AGR tune require?
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    What does the top of the pump tunnel look like? ...

    What does the top of the pump tunnel look like?

    My initial thought is that the transom plate might be a bit low relative to the pump tunnel opening. The intake grate height is set by the hull...
  21. Three, not two ;) If two give the same number...

    Three, not two ;)
    If two give the same number and one shows a different result, the two outvote the one.

    With only two, if they differ, you have no idea which one is less wrong.
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    Polaris MFI Display and Warning modes ...

    Polaris MFI Display and Warning modes


    https://youtu.be/bMexBdiP2hE
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    Lanyard in place, let it sit long enough for the...

    Lanyard in place, let it sit long enough for the MFI display to go into sleep mode. Clock will be visible.

    Press Start to crank the engine for several seconds, without pressing anything else...
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    On trailer check first, then again in-water. ...

    On trailer check first, then again in-water.

    Usually a cylinder that is not running (or running very weakly) is very noticeably less warm than the other, easily discernible with hand touch.

    Do...
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    There are two separate web links there. Check...

    There are two separate web links there.

    Check whether both cylinders are firing/running so equally warm. And the carb adjustment is correct.
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