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  1. Thread: Overheat light

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    I think the driveshaft heat is definitely a cause...

    I think the driveshaft heat is definitely a cause for concern. Did you either a) drill and pin the THB bearing carrier prior to removal or b) perform an ACCURATE pump/THB/engine alignment?
  2. Sticky: That is highly not advisable. Have you tried to...

    That is highly not advisable. Have you tried to bypass the damaged LR503 module? (That is an entirely separate entity from the EMM...)

    What is your injector volts while cranking?
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    Indeed it's often the case that the Schrader...

    Indeed it's often the case that the Schrader valve sits too low to be pressed down sufficiently. Just remove it for the test (but don't forget to put it back in :shock:)
  4. Thread: Overheat light

    by HiPeRcO
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    FYI the exhaust temperature overheat will limit...

    FYI the exhaust temperature overheat will limit RPMs to just off idle (~1700 RPM)
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    2003: Do you know if the EMM matches the...

    2003: Do you know if the EMM matches the injectors? It would be worth trying to run it under load in the water, see if it runs better that way.

    2004: I wonder if your TPS is bad or perhaps...
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    Thanks! 8-)

    Thanks! 8-)
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    Spark should happen as soon as the EMM gets ~12V...

    Spark should happen as soon as the EMM gets ~12V built up on the injector bus, and sees rpm signal from the CPS. Check to see if your injector volts are building slowly for some reason. Also check...
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    The stock through hull bearing is comprised of...

    The stock through hull bearing is comprised of bushings (not bearings). One thing to check is whether it was replaced by a roller bearing version. Those are known to be very intolerant to lack of...
  9. Thread: Polaris MSX110

    by HiPeRcO
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    Welcome to Greenhulk! What RPM are you...

    Welcome to Greenhulk!

    What RPM are you observing! If it's barely revving and the overheat indicator is on, then try unplugging the exhaust temperature sensor, they are known to be flakey.
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    Welcome to Greenhulk! Sounds to me like you can...

    Welcome to Greenhulk! Sounds to me like you can indeed bypass/eliminate the LR503. The kill input to the EMM needs to be connected to ground by a kill switch. This can be wired in parallel to the...
  11. BIG HAMMER, STRIKING BIG PRYBAR. LOTS OF ANGER...

    BIG HAMMER, STRIKING BIG PRYBAR. LOTS OF ANGER :lol: (seriously, I used a lot of persuasion to get the old parts out)
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    Awesome! Nice to see another one back from the...

    Awesome! Nice to see another one back from the dead.
  13. Try harder, I've successfully rebuilt a Genesis...

    Try harder, I've successfully rebuilt a Genesis THB :)
  14. Sticky: The picture shows the pump making 25psi at...

    The picture shows the pump making 25psi at 3.65A...(not trying to defend the product, just stating what I see...)
  15. Sticky: Well, all I have to go on is the data published...

    Well, all I have to go on is the data published in this thread (also linked above): http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=270816&p=2955451&viewfull=1#post2955451
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    Welcome to Greenhulk! Precision Sports...

    Welcome to Greenhulk! Precision Sports in Canada does, as far as I know.
  17. Welcome to Greenhulk! First things first, a...

    Welcome to Greenhulk!

    First things first, a "small" leak at the through hull bearing (THB) are the jetski gods smiling upon you, and giving you a warning that your ski is about to sink if you...
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    Welcome to GH! Injector volts while cranking...

    Welcome to GH! Injector volts while cranking need to be ~20V for the injectors to fire enough fuel to get the engine to start. Your low voltage suggests either a flywheel/stator problem, or an EMM...
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    Nice!

    Nice!
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    Has to be pumping fuel, with a pressure regulator...

    Has to be pumping fuel, with a pressure regulator inline.
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    Yup, I had several moments back in the day on my...

    Yup, I had several moments back in the day on my STX-15F, when I thought we were headed to Davy Jones' Locker, lol
  22. I think you could probably help him, and I give...

    I think you could probably help him, and I give you my blessing to do so :)
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    I recall the handlebar end of the steering cable...

    I recall the handlebar end of the steering cable on a Genesis is very difficult to access, unfortunately.
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    Cool! Keep taking some pics, I have an 800i to...

    Cool! Keep taking some pics, I have an 800i to piece back together (bought it like that ;) )
  25. Thanks @K447 and @nmpeter for the kind words...

    Thanks @K447 and @nmpeter for the kind words regarding EMM repairs at Lakeside Tech, I do strive for 1000% customer satisfaction, and the materials I use for EMM repairs are the same as what was used...
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