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    I was reading this saying to myself man out of all my skis i have never had this happen…
    well foot in mouth yesterday as my sone px260 we just built through a check engine light and guess what I found???

    DAM COIL.

    removed cools, valve cover, tubes, and re cleaned everything re-install and at least it was simple. But out of all my skis I had never had it till I read this post. Just silly bad luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Water4fire View Post
    I was reading this saying to myself man out of all my skis i have never had this happen…
    well foot in mouth yesterday as my sone px260 we just built through a check engine light and guess what I found???

    DAM COIL.

    removed cools, valve cover, tubes, and re cleaned everything re-install and at least it was simple. But out of all my skis I had never had it till I read this post. Just silly bad luck!
    This happens alot with saltwater machine owners that were not instructed by the dealer or seller to read the owners manual. Between the lack of proper maintenance or lazy technicians this sort of thing shows up around 150hrs or 2yrs after warranty. Water gets into places it dose not belong and can be easy to miss if you are not looking for it.

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    Just food for thought. I was speaking to Caleb the Master seadoo tech at Ride now and he mentioned they replace a bunch of spark plug tubes that seal the oil out of the spark plug. He mentioned that the o-ring will stop sealing properly and oil will get by and this allows the coil to slide off the plug with all the wave bounce and stuff. So food for thought a cheap pair of coil tubes may help. Mine were in fact leaking.

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    You can also simply buy a 300 valve cover and some used coils. Sparks use the same coils or most suzuki vehicles. Connectors a few bucks for a 10 pack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiderider View Post
    You can also simply buy a 300 valve cover and some used coils. Sparks use the same coils or most suzuki vehicles. Connectors a few bucks for a 10 pack.
    Good info, but does Suzuki really make vehicles???


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    Quote Originally Posted by Team Bilford View Post
    Good info, but does Suzuki really make vehicles???
    Older Suzuki SUV's and crossovers use the same coils and connectors as seadoo. I believe Suzuki is done with cars and SUVs in North America but there are quit a few in the scrap yards with the connectors intact. UF634 ignition coils. All sparks use the same coils as the 300s..
    Last edited by tiderider; 05-22-2022 at 01:10 AM.

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