Question about Water Sport
Posted by Anonymous on
The first thing to check would be the compression. As long as both cylinders are with in 10 psi of each other you should be okay. Both cylinders need to be at least 100 psi. That would be the minimum for a motor to start and run. It should read aprox- 150 -- 165 psi. Also i would check for a possible exhaust leak, that would cause the motor to bog down because the carb is breathing in the exhaust fumes. Try running the motor with the hood up to see if you have a leak.
Posted on Apr 25, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Switch to reserve tanke to check to see if there is a clog at the fuel pickup in the tank.
My friend had the same issue with his waverunner 3.
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
Take the carburetors apart and clean them. There is probably water caused white corrosion in the fuel needle assemblies. Once the needles are cleaned the fuel should pump and flow through the carburetors again.
Posted on Sep 27, 2011
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