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    Pulled a dumb move...P0523

    I'm doing some maintenance before I put the Seadoos to bed. My RXT 260iS had a nagging oil leak from the threads of the rear OPS. I disassembled, cleaned the threads and reassembled it with blue Loctite 243 per the manual.

    Here comes the dumb move - I forgot to reconnect the wire to the OPS.

    I started it and got the P0523 code. So, took it back apart, hooked it up and still have the code.

    Is Candoo or BUDS the only option to clear it?


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    It will clear on its own, needs to see over a cetain rpm for a few seconds, not sure on the numbers.

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    now by put together you mean top deck and all
    if so may i suggest since i have same ski before i every put it back i lean top deck on side hook the connections in and run for at least 5min with water then wait a few hours for a cool down and run again just to make sure no codes and every thing is functioning properly because i hate that top deck

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    Quote Originally Posted by meinstein1987 View Post
    now by put together you mean top deck and all
    if so may i suggest since i have same ski before i every put it back i lean top deck on side hook the connections in and run for at least 5min with water then wait a few hours for a cool down and run again just to make sure no codes and every thing is functioning properly because i hate that top deck
    Not the best for long term carbon ring health. Maybe consider discontinuing this practice or at least looking into the issues with carbon seal further.

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    5mins is fine especially if you are running water over the ring every min or so

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    Quote Originally Posted by meinstein1987 View Post
    now by put together you mean top deck and all
    if so may i suggest since i have same ski before i every put it back i lean top deck on side hook the connections in and run for at least 5min with water then wait a few hours for a cool down and run again just to make sure no codes and every thing is functioning properly because i hate that top deck
    Aren't iS skis a blast to work on?

    I didn't pull the deck, just tilted it. What's frustrating is I did start it on the hose before reassembly. It didn't make a sound as far as an alarm. Either that or I'm deaf, dumb and blind, which could be according to my wife.

    The alarm first sounded when I started it on the hose after reassembly. I'm wondering if somehow the ECM doesn't ping that switch for a minute or two after startup. I usually try not to exceed a minute to minute and a half on the hose.

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