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    Q: Starting problem

    Hi everyone! Have a quick question to see if you can help me out. I bought a 2009 wake pro 215 a couple of month ago and each time I start the PWC for the first time that day it starts fine but it dies if I do not accelerate it. After that first time it won't do it again during that same day.

    Any ideas what could it be?

    Thanks...

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    Anyone any idea?

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    It actually shuts off if you don't rev it up?

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    Yeap.... it just dies. If I start it again and accelerate it works fine. If after a couple of minutes I turn it off and turn it on again it works fine without a problem. So it seems to be only a problem the first time you start it during the day.

    Weird, right?

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    when you hit the start button, does it start right up, or do you have to hold it for a few seconds?

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    Starts up right away...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Birkoff View Post
    Starts up right away...
    ? What if you put key on and off dess post two or three times before starting the first time? Just thinkng when you first put key on post it runs the fuel pump for a second or two to fill the fuel rail. Wonder if a second cycle would help???

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    I think I tried that in the past but it didn't work. I'll give it another try just in case.

    Thanks for the feedback...

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    JR4, I tried what you said (put key on and off dess post two or three times before starting the first time) and actually I did it like 4 or 5 times... but still had the issue. Any idea what else could be?

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    what you are trying to say is that pretty much once its warmed up, if you kill it and turn it back on it wont die right? but it has to be warm for it not to die. i dont know know about the 4tec's, i remember my old maxima did that, and it was the mass airflow sensor, i had to rev it up for a minute, before i could engage

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