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    2001 genesis reverse problems

    my genesis went into the shop with the reverse not working at all and it seemed to have charging issues. no the reverse goes up and down but dosent go far enough down. can i adjust it? how do i measure the adjustment? i dont want it to low cause i dont want to loose power by blocking the jet. also, my depth finder is no longer available on the display???


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    Quote Originally Posted by muddmadness View Post
    my genesis went into the shop with the reverse not working at all and it seemed to have charging issues.

    now the reverse goes up and down but doesn't go far enough down. can i adjust it?
    how do i measure the adjustment?

    I don't want it to low cause i don't want to loose power by blocking the jet.

    also, my depth finder is no longer available on the display???
    You have the PERC electric reverse - correct?

    Have you looked in the Polaris Service manual for your Genesis regarding PERC adjustment?
    When working properly, you should have full reverse available without any water jet interference in Forward mode.

    Has the charging issue been corrected?
    What battery voltage do you have at the battery, measured with a real multi-meter, when the engine is running?
    Is the voltage stable as RPM changes?

    The Depth Finder display can be activated. Have a look here for more info;
    Multi-Function Display (MFD)

    Enable Depth sensor
    Hold 3 + 4
    Message 'Sonar On' appears
    If external depth sensor is not present, 'Sonar Off' appears

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    i charged the battery to full. as its running its not giving it any juice. battery keeps dropping. ground? stator? if ground where is it? i dont have a service manual. if stator where is it and where do i get a new one? in saskatchewan there is noone that stocks parts for these

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    Fuel Injected or Carburetor Genesis?

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    its fuel injected.
    where are the fuses?

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    Quote Originally Posted by muddmadness View Post
    its fuel injected.
    where are the fuses?
    I think the 2001 models still had an electrical box, so the fuses should be in there.

    If not, they may be hiding inside one of the splice connectors in the wire harness.

    On most models, I don't think there is no separate fuse for the Trim motor.

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    any more ideas on the not charging issue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    ... What battery voltage do you have at the battery, measured with a real multi-meter, when the engine is running?
    Is the voltage stable as RPM changes?
    Quote Originally Posted by muddmadness View Post
    any more ideas on the not charging issue?
    What readings are you getting at the battery, with a multi-meter?

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    i charged the battery full and put it in. and while its running it keeps dropping and reaches 10.8 then i charge it up again while its in the machine.

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    Check the 12-pin connector into the EMM from the stator.

    Ohm out the coils. There are five coils. Three will have one resistance, the other two will have another resistance.

    All five stator coils are well under 1.0 ohms.

    Also check for corrosion on the EMM pins or in the connector.

    When cranking with the connector unplugged, the coils should put out about 7 volts AC.

    The EMM itself rectifies and delivers the 12 volt power to the battery. The main Reset circuit breaker is the only device between the EMM and the battery.

    The 12 volt charging current flows out of the 8-pin EMM connector on the Red/Purple wire pair. Both wires carry the same voltage.

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