Posted 10 June 2005 - 03:29 PM
Posted 10 June 2005 - 03:50 PM
Welcome to the board!
I have a 99 Speedster I purchased last summer. Everything is great except the gas gauge has never worked since I got it. I have been told it could be the gauge itself or a bad sender in the tank. The warning light for low injection oil located on the gauge works as does the backlighting. Any suggestions how I can diagnose the problem?
SeaDoo fuel senders have been known for blowing a fuse on the circuit board in the sender itself on more than one occasion. You must dissect the unit to get at it. If this turns out to be the case, replace the sender with a new one.
If you want a test, remove the sender- reattach the gauge wiring. Push a start button to activate the gauges ( you get 15 seconds to see the gauge work). Move the float in the sender. If the gauge works the sender is good. Could be the float is saturated with fuel and won't float. You should be able to purchase the float separately from the more expensive sending unit. Check all your fuses and connections before going thru the removal process.
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