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    GP run Great all day now not not even Starts Video here

    Ski runs great all day long after an stop it is not possible to start, Batterie connections great, no fault codes Batterie is full, no error codes

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    Quote Originally Posted by FAMT View Post
    Ski runs great all day long after an stop it is not possible to start, Batterie connections great, no fault codes Batterie is full, no error codes
    Test for power on the stater side of the starter relay while pushing the starter button. You should have power there. If you don’t , bad relay , if you do , bad connection at the starter or bad starter

    hope this helps you.
    cj

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    My fz did this and it was the battery get a voltmeter put it on dc and see how low the voltage dips mine would dip to 10v and that’s not enough to start it once the start button was released it would float back up to 12v. This was with a 2 week old battery and it would charge just fine. Btw auto zone has a agm battery for like 80.00 that works on our skiis and I’ve had it for over a year now

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    will check again everything
    Last edited by FAMT; 06-28-2020 at 03:48 AM.


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