Engine Start Problems
Posted 18 August 2006 - 04:03 PM
Posted 25 August 2006 - 10:28 AM
Just a thought,sometimes when you deep discharge a battery,especially when left in this state for a long period of time,it can be permanently ruined and will not accept a charge.You may want to check the battery to see if has accepted the charge with a voltmeter.It should read approx. 13.4 volts fully charged.I hope this might be of some help.Gary.
I accidently left the battery switch on for quite some time (yes I know I am a idiot). I was told to charge the battery with a 2amp slow charging trickle charger and proceeded to do so. After charging it up, all I am getting is a clicking sound like my engines are trying to turn over but just won't do it. It is a 2004 Seadoo Speedster (I recently read the recall on it thanks to this site). Anyone have any idea's of what it can be, it's only 1 year old :-(
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