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    2009 FZS water leak

    I have a water leak some where behind the engine forward of the bulkhead I checked all the hoses, ran the ski for a few minutes with the flush attached with no hoses leaking, but when I back it in the water on my trailer and start the ski it slowly fills up and water seems to be coming from behind the engine near the center, any suggestions would be appreciated...


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    Is it happening in the water with out the ski running?

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    With the ski running.

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    I believe this has happened to a few people including Jerry. Id almost bet its the intermediate seal. Let me see if I can find Jerrys post and pictures.

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...=1#post1259240
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...=1#post1262381

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    Thanks for posting the link this looks like it could be the problem! It is still under warranty I am going to talk to the service manager at the shop I purchased it from and hopefully they will fix it faster than they replaced my clutch last year...

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    Yup...happend to mine
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    I took this to my local dealer and printed the info from your posts, thanks to all! The bad news is when I checked the oil before taking it to the dealer it was over the full mark. I checked it before my last ride on Sunday and it was perfect. I used my extractor and removed 2 QTS of water/ oil. It is at the dealer now and I hope they can fix faster then they took to replace the clutch...

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    Week 5 still at the dealer! Does anyone reccomend a shop in MD, DE or NJ that works on Yamaha watercraft?

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    5 weeks at a dealership is stupid. I'd be raising hell with that dealer and yamaha

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