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    1999 Waverunner 1200

    Hello all. Been looking all over for some answers and hope someone here can help. Just bought my ski had it serviced and new battery installed 2 months ago. Took it out and it ran great. Went to start it the other day and can't get power to anything. Tested the battery its good. When I say no power I mean to anything. No dash, no start anything. Does anyone have any ideas.

    Thanks for any help you might offer.


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    Have you checked the fuses in the main electrical box? Have you checked all grounds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CCW View Post
    Have you checked the fusestherehe main electrical box? Have you checked all grounds?

    Yes. Only found one fuse. Ground is good. Is there more than one fuse.

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    For the XLT1200, there should be a 10A and a 20A fuse in the main electrical box behind the round plug. For the GP, I think there is only one 10A fuse.

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    [=CCW;2175019]For the XLT1200, there should be a 10A and a 20A fuse in the main electrical box behind the round plug. For the GP, I think there is only one 10A fuse.[/QUOTE]


    I have the GP. Only found the one fuse. Any other ideas. Really appreciate your help.

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    Test the start/stop/lanyard switches

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    Test the start/stop/lanyard switches

    I have taken them apart to check for loose/broken wires. They looked good. Other than that I'm not sure how to test them. Any advice on how to test them.

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    If its not the switch then maybe the big ground battery cable is loose where it bolts to the engine down by the starter. PM sent.

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    Same thing happens to my 98' xl1200 every time I disconnect battery............Just reconnect battery and hit the mode button next to the guages........the guages will turn on and cycle thru........on the right side of the guages push "A" four times and power will be restored and now you can turn the ski on...........Im not sure if the 99's are much different than the 98's(as far as guages).............when I bought my xl1200 the previous owner didnt mention this to me.....I had to figure it out on my own after about 20 minutes of chasing the power flow..........
    Quote Originally Posted by tecsc View Post
    Hello all. Been looking all over for some answers and hope someone here can help. Just bought my ski had it serviced and new battery installed 2 months ago. Took it out and it ran great. Went to start it the other day and can't get power to anything. Tested the battery its good. When I say no power I mean to anything. No dash, no start anything. Does anyone have any ideas.

    Thanks for any help you might offer.

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