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    P0112, Shorted Ground to intake manifold... P0563, 12v to high... RXP 2004

    Hi i got these 2 fault codes that i dont know what to do about.

    P0112, Shorted Ground to intake manifold

    I tryied taking all 3 ground on the front off the engine off, and cleaning them and cleaning the block? What else can i try?

    P0563, 12v to high???

    What can i do about that ?


    Thanks in advance...


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    1 is possibly the effect of the other.

    I wonder if swapping batteries might help?? Who knows maybe your battery is on its way?

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    I think your probably right... it has had some trouble starting sometimes actually... But when i bought it it was only the "12v to high" that was there...
    I had the engine out 2 days ago to clean it inside... i back before that it didnt say anything now she does with the P0112... Wierd...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kongen867 View Post
    Hi i got these 2 fault codes that i dont know what to do about.

    P0112, Shorted Ground to intake manifold

    I tryied taking all 3 ground on the front off the engine off, and cleaning them and cleaning the block? What else can i try?

    P0563, 12v to high???

    What can i do about that ?


    Thanks in advance...
    P0112 is the intake manifold air temp sensor fault. Not shorted to ground intake manifold, never heard of that one. Has your engine ingested water lately? Sunk or leaking I/C?

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    Oh, there are a few more grounds to check under the exhaust manifold, too.

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    Hmm... i got the fault code from here
    http://www.shopsbt.com/forum/showthread.php?t=14562

    But yeah the ski has sunken about 1 month ago becouse the locking ring on the drive shaft had brooken so the carbon ring didnt tighten up at the alu ring...(sorry for bad english, im danish)
    Then when it startet sucking air there, we decided to pull it after a boat.. then it took in water from carbon ring and filled the engine compartment...

    Wheres is this sensor located?
    Maybe you could give me a part number so i can tjeck it..

    And please, where do you get your fault codes? as mine not are for real

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    Quote Originally Posted by kongen867 View Post
    Hmm... i got the fault code from here
    http://www.shopsbt.com/forum/showthread.php?t=14562

    But yeah the ski has sunken about 1 month ago becouse the locking ring on the drive shaft had brooken so the carbon ring didnt tighten up at the alu ring...(sorry for bad english, im danish)
    Then when it startet sucking air there, we decided to pull it after a boat.. then it took in water from carbon ring and filled the engine compartment...

    Wheres is this sensor located?
    Maybe you could give me a part number so i can tjeck it..

    And please, where do you get your fault codes? as mine not are for real
    Get my fault codes from a SeaDoo manual.

    The sensor is located at the front of the intake manifold. It is green. It usually is hard to remove, but you can get it out. I will get you a picture.

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    Here you go.
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    Yeah i dont have a manual... Okay i will check that one out... Are you sure about the fault code? everythin on the web says "shorted to ground" not that i dont believe or anything...
    I will check it tomorrow!

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    The fault code is for that sensor. It could be the sensor or wiring. Its hard to tell since the ski was sunk at one time. And it sounds like you have had things apart. The intake manifold will hold water and the sensor can be damaged. So thats why I would say its a good chance the sensor is the problem. Just next to impossible to figure out over the internet. Just trying to help anyway possible.

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