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    Unhappy 2000 yamno spark

    1200r suv ran all day,got home to flush,won't start,pulled plug no spark,any hints


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    Do you get spark in any cylinder? Did you swap plugs? Are any wires loose like the ground? I know you said you were turning it over. Is the display shooting errors? Sorry trying to cover the basic's is all. I had a simular issue on my Seadoo GSX. The temp sensor wire fell off and that was enough to keep it from starting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TL2Stroke View Post
    Do you get spark in any cylinder? Did you swap plugs? Are any wires loose like the ground? I know you said you were turning it over. Is the display shooting errors? Sorry trying to cover the basic's is all. I had a simular issue on my Seadoo GSX. The temp sensor wire fell off and that was enough to keep it from starting.
    +1. Check your water temp sensor and the bottom of the stinger.

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