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    Oil light flashing, but no code showing

    i have a 2008 Sea Doo GTI 130. The other day as I got out of the throttle and coasted into a no wake zone, the loud alarm sounded and the oil light icon started flashing but didn't show a code on the dash. I turned it off and restarted and no more issues. Took it out yesterday and it kept happening every time I got out of throttle. It seems find when moving but not when idling. Any ideas?


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    Make sure your oil is at the correct level and not over full.

    I've seen this happen with low oil levels / high oil levels and also when the oil sensor was starting to take a dump.

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    Welcome aboard the hulk!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by seadoo65 View Post
    i have a 2008 Sea Doo GTI 130. The other day as I got out of the throttle and coasted into a no wake zone, the loud alarm sounded and the oil light icon started flashing but didn't show a code on the dash. I turned it off and restarted and no more issues. Took it out yesterday and it kept happening every time I got out of throttle. It seems find when moving but not when idling. Any ideas?
    Oil pump - oil pump fuse?

    Sensor?

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    I called Casey because I had it serviced there a month or so ago and they said it may have to do with the oil pressure since it's not displaying a code. Of course, they want me to bring it back up there(for a small fortune I'm sure)

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    Of course they want you to bring it in and open your wallet...

    Are you able to check the oil???
    Make sure its hot and you check it correctly.
    How many hours on the ski?

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    Had the same issue last week and it was a bad sensor that needed to be replaced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wotxxxsd View Post
    Of course they want you to bring it in and open your wallet...

    Are you able to check the oil???
    Make sure its hot and you check it correctly.
    How many hours on the ski?


    Yeah I can check the oil. so do I need to start it and run for a few seconds before checking? It's got 112 hours on it.

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    Did u end up taking it somewhere to have sensor replaced? Can you do it yourself?

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    In order to check it correctly it needs to be warmed good (10 min ride) then idle for 30+ seconds then shut off and check.
    It should be in between the 2 bends.
    9 out of 10 skis i get that have been dealership serviced are over full on oil.

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