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    Rx di 2001 not charging need help!!!!!!

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    I have RX DI 2001 not charging stator is good a/c v 70 and rectifier is new and the volts on the rectifier is 14v but on the battery is 12.4 when the engine is runing i have checked the fuses
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    If output on rectifier is 14 volts, then something is not making it back to the battery circuit. Check wiring and pinouts on module. If you find any corrosion, then may be the problem.

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    Hi thanks for the reply i have checked all the wiring and pinouts all good i have no idea what is the problem

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    Any codes?
    High Voltage, Low etc?
    If you don't have a BUDS, SBT, or Candoo reader, A DI is almost impossible to work on with electrical issues.

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    It has a code 12v low voltage but when you full charge the battery it will go away and then put it on water it will run fine for two runs full throttle and the code will come back on and goes limp mode

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    That would certainly look like a rectifier or stator. The DI is known for rectifier issues due to the high electrical load. I have an 03 DI since new and the only part that I have ever replaced was the rectifier earlier this season. If you are getting a low or high V code, its the rectifier. It can be intermittent as well. It may only do it for a second or two and throw the code. After it happens a few times, it may go into limp mode as well. Most actually fail on the high V side. I vote rectifier, LOL.

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    The old rectifier was not good i changed it is new now but it's not original part form seadoo form ebay

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    Quote Originally Posted by ian28 View Post
    The old rectifier was not good i changed it is new now but it's not original part form seadoo form ebay
    There is your problem....

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    Quote Originally Posted by water worx View Post
    There is your problem....
    I will try a original seadoo rectifier

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    go with a 4-tec regulator, the DI ones are running near overload all the time. a couple of tough starts and it will burn trying to charge the weakened battery

    ps-you must have a top shelf battery to avoid problems

    you'll find some kits to put a 4tec regulator on a 951 if you sniff around for a couple of minutes

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