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    2006 yamaha fx cruiser HO 1100 , $2000

    2006 yamaha FX Cruiser
    1100 HO
    clean title
    clean hull
    59 hrs
    few stitching out of seat back rest part, no rips, easy fix
    complete machine
    i bought machine and was told it was running great
    starter solenoid went out on it
    When I push starter button it clicks
    panel lights up and get unlock light on display
    tried to jump relay and nothing
    i think maybe the starter is locked up,
    looks like water is inside cylinder
    can't even feel where it is with my hand
    Looks like you have to remove exhaust and a lot of other stuff to get to it
    way more than I want to get involved with
    mechanics special, as is
    just trying to recoup money I lost on it
    $2000 firm
    complete machine
    Last edited by quadracer22; 04-14-2014 at 08:27 PM.


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    Located in Raleigh , NC

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    Dont give up so easy, t's a simple motor pull to get to the starter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwtony View Post
    Dont give up so easy, t's a simple motor pull to get to the starter.
    oh yeah ,so simple , just pull the motor to replace the starter. lol

    post some detailing pictures of the ski
    Last edited by mikegp; 04-14-2014 at 01:46 PM.

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    Youve already given up on the yami, there is no sence in me doing a how to in your skis classified page. Start an appropriet thread concering your issue and not some sarcastic responce and you might actually get a detailed description on how to fix it....Remember, whether you can or you cant, you are probably right....


    At 4.5hr a year, and probably a siezed motor. Your better off selling it to someone that knows how to fix it. Good luck on the sale

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwtony View Post
    Youve already given up on the yami, there is no sence in me doing a how to in your skis classified page. Start an appropriet thread concering your issue and not some sarcastic responce and you might actually get a detailed description on how to fix it....Remember, whether you can or you cant, you are probably right....


    At 4.5hr a year, and probably a siezed motor. Your better off selling it to someone that knows how to fix it. Good luck on the sale
    DUDE I'M SORRY FOR THE MISUNDERSTANDING.
    i ask for ski pictures , not you doing the work.

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    I dont have photos of your ski to post. Sorry

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    But i did find this using the google. Is this the color of your ski?


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    06 fx ho cruiser, tan, black bottom
    i think the motor is locked up
    $2000 firm
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    Wish you where in Texas.

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