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    Perfect! That's what I am looking for. Thanks

    Any more ideas on my spark issues? Maybe digital wrench will shed some light ..��

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    Digital Wrench might need some help to wake up the ECU. Normally this is accomplished by a brief hit on the starter button. In your case it seems that the ECU is not waking up...

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    Update I made cable to connect to digital wrench. It connects as it should the current code is P1337 says loss of synchronization
    I am not even finding that one

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    Ugh! I think that is a bad engine speed sensor...can't be replaced without at least lifting the motor off its mounts, if I recall correctly.

  5. #15
    Update it was the the crank sensor! It is possible to replace in chassis too.

  6. #16
    When your ski wasn’t waking did you hear the fuel pump prime?
    i have an msx 150 doing the same thing no spark or fuel
    can I ask where the cranks sensor is at and where did you buy a new one at


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