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    2006 Sea Doo GTI SE 4-Tec

    Ski will turn over just for a second then quit. Codes shown are 351, 352 and 352 which tells me 10 amp fuses are bad for 3 ignition coils. Fuses have been replaced - no change. Do I need to just get the codes cleared??
    Fault codes also tell me ignition coil # 1, 2, and 3 open circuit or shorted to ground or to 12v. Any help would be appreciated.


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    Welcome to the GH!
    electrical gremlins really suck....
    sorry I am no help on this one
    maybe tell us what else you have tried
    I know coils go bad, but seem unlikely all three at once
    do you have another ski to swap parts with?

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    What was done previous to this problem? Have you checked all your grounds including the 3 on the front of the block?

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    If you have ever worked on skis for the public - you know it was running fine, they always do. It just wouldn't start three days before a big lake weekend - go figure. All grounds are good, new spark plugs, replaced the solenoid and tried a new battery. Prior to last summer this ski sat for 2 years. We cleaned the fuel system and changed the oil and they had a good summer 2014. Client did not have us winterize and the ski sat on its lift through the winter. They rode it 3 - 4 weeks ago and said it did fine. Fuel pump is working, fuel gets to the fuel rail but doesn't seem like the fuel injectors are getting any fuel. Has anyone tried to clean injectors? We usually send them off, but of course, client wants ski for the weekend. We are also starting to think about the fuel filter located at the very bottom of the fuel pickup. I think we are on a roll. Any thoughts??

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    check fuel psi at the schrader valve
    usually a pluged sock will idle but run out of fuel at wot
    injectors usually dont plug up, they start to dribble/leak and spray too much fuel

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    Thanks so much. Where might the Schrader valve be located??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kel View Post
    Thanks so much. Where might the Schrader valve be located??
    You own a repair shop and you need to ask questions like these? What am i missing?


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    If you cant be any help, leave me alone.

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    Should have a green cap and warning tag,it is located between fp and fuel rail.Should be around 58psi+or- 5psi

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