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    96 XP fuel baffle

    Hate to start a new thread on this, but I asked in the sticky and no one would respond. Does the 96 have a fuse or not? I don't see one.


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    I don't believe the '96 has a fuse. Generally on that one you'll find the magnet has fallen out of the float. I usually find it and epoxy it back on.

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    Correct. No fuse.

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    I believe the 96xp baffle has a micro fuse. What happened to my baffles is that the magnet came off the float and stuck to the board resulting in blowing the micro fuse. The way to check it is to meter the harness. There should be a resistance value. If not, the fuse is blown. If so, get another baffle and replace with a new style float kit. The new style doesn't lose magnets.

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    Thanks guys! finally a straight answer. My magnet was still in the float. Looks like its just time for me to break down and buy a used unit off ebay.

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    a new float is a better option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim View Post
    a new float is a better option.
    +1 on the new float. In my experience I bought a good used baffle and didn't replace the float. I had a working fuel gauge for 1.5 trips before the damn magnet came off and blew another baffle (50 bux). New style float (10 bux)priceless. I threw awy 100 bux by not replacing the float trying to save 10. My. 02

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    You can epoxy the magnet back in. If the F1 fuse is blown on the baffle board you can just solder it up direct and it will work again.

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    Does this look like the correct part?http://www.ebay.com/itm/SeaDoo-Fuel-...item2ec36815bc

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitchell2905 View Post
    Does this look like the correct part?http://www.ebay.com/itm/SeaDoo-Fuel-...item2ec36815bc
    It does look like a new style float to me. I don't believe they make the old style anymore. I have the paper work at home in the garage with a part no. I would bet that is the same one.

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