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    Blower Question on 2006 Speedster

    I have recently purchased a 2006 Sea Doo and there is a lable that advises to run the blower for 4 minutes prior to starting the engines. When I turn the switch to the on position I do not hear anything. Does anyone know if I should be able to hear it run or is supposed to be silent?

    Thanks in advance


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    Well you turn on the switch on then run the blower.... you will hear the blower when is on,

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    Quote Originally Posted by gprxpduglas View Post
    Well you turn on the switch on then run the blower
    Please clarify. Are you saying this is a two step process?

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    yes. ... you turn on the switch that is all the way to the back and then you turn on the blower

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    Blower is not at the back ... it's down where the dashboard is....

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    If the powers on and you turn the blowers on you should hear them. Mine a loud and I run them for maybe 30 secs before I start the boat after its been sitting.

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    When I turn the blower switch to the on position it automatically blows the fuse. I am in the process of trying to find the issue. Any suggestions on how to find what may be causing the fuse to blow?

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    A bad blower probably

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    It's not rocket science, it's just a 12 volt switch. Unplug the blower unit and take a voltage reading across the plug. With the switch on there should be 12 V and with it off, 0.
    If you don't have a meter, use a 12V light bulb across the connector. Switch on, light on.
    If you have the blower disconnected and still blow a fuse, you have a short in the wiring, but that's probably not the case.
    If you get a light or 12V at the connector, replace the blower.

    http://www.overtons.com/modperl/prod...i=70749&r=view

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    Thank you for the information and the link for the blower.

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