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    Help Loose Rubber part in the Bilge after heavy ride.

    Hey everyone I just got done skiing in some very heavy waters. 5 to 6 foot waves. Lots of hard landings here and there for several miles, when i got home and looked in the bilge there was a rubber piece at the bottom. A small L- shaped rubber (something). I tried looking online through the VXR's parts diagrams but could not find it. Just wondering if anyone knows what this is. Pictures below. Going to bring the piece to the dealer and see if they know. Thanks in advance!
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    Its a cover off of one of your battery cables, either on the battery orunder the exhaust manifold on the starter.

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    Whats that whistling noise? jtskier11's Avatar
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    You guys rock!!!!! Looks like the Red terminal for the battery did not have this piece on. It must have been floating around in the hull out of sight, taken off by the previous owner. Thank you very much!!!

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