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    GTX speedo

    The speedo isn't reading right at all. I think I got some sand in the pump somewhere. Is there a way to clean or remove the debris blocking the speedo?


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    After further inspection there is nothing in the paddle wheel. So how does that speedo connect to the brain of the SeaDoo? I know there are 3 wires that carry the positive and negative voltage plus the speed signal to the brain.

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    Use a gps.
    Even with a fixed Speedo they are very far off from the actual speed.

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    Not worried about actual speed, but having a dead gauge bothers me.

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    the sensor has speed and water temp

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