05-14-2014, 03:15 PM #1
just got Candoo alittle help with these faults that I have please.
Rebuilt motor, overfilled oil, new used gauge died after 4 time putting key in, took to lake to test any way never got any speed, smoked like a 2 smoke still smokes when running and seems to now run like SH%$ now. about to pull my hair out.
P0351/P0352 and P0353Ignition coils all three (open circuit or shorted to ground or to 12V) what does this mean?
P1202 seen pictures, the rest of the codes I think are do to not having a gauge that functions, another gauge on the way, please let me know what you think? also when this code tripped the engine temp, see pics I thought the motor was alittle hot ?????
05-14-2014, 04:12 PM #2
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engine temp perfect its 180 thermostat unless u put in the 160 its going to run hotter than a Honda or yammi because it is closed loop system as for can bus it is nothing to worry about candoo will tell u if it is active unless having other problems as for the coils I would pull them and check to see if they are cracked and check to see if plugs are fouled out because of oil
05-14-2014, 04:16 PM #3
Clear all occurred faults and only concentrate on active faults.
05-14-2014, 05:25 PM #4
thanks guys just did, everything checks out,now its runs good again must had been that limp mode so waiting on gauge then I will run it on the hose to check real time running. love this Candoo
05-15-2014, 01:09 AM #5
Ok Now there is a issue, the gauge I sent back that worked 4 times and went dead and I sent back, the guy took a vidio of the gauge and it works, so what the F%$# so now he sending it back, man talk about poltergist Seadoo, I have about had it with this so what could cause that gauge to go dead in my ski and work on his?
05-15-2014, 01:50 AM #6
Do you still have the P0600 code? I'm pretty sure the CAN Bus deals with communication to the cluster. Also there is a fuse for the cluster in the fuse box. Check it and make sure the CAN Bus jumpers are seated properly in the fuse box.
EDIT: Just looked at the schematics for 07 and the CAN Bus does deal with communications to the cluster, ECU, MPEM, etc. so if it has issues your gauge will not work. With that said last year when the gauge on my 07 died It did not throw the P0600 code the best I can remember. I would grab the manual and ensure all the connectors dealing with the CAN Bus have good connection and check those jumpers like I said before in the fuse box. They are labeled CAN High and CAN Low
05-15-2014, 09:41 AM #7
mines a 04 RXP the gauge worked fine like 4 times on 5th time it started to cycle halfway then flatlined dead, checked everything, fuses every conection on ski, wires to cluster had 11V, and two message wires, so I sent it back to him, he shot a vidio of it working so I guess I will see when I get it back, yes it shot the P0600 code at me, I erased them all so we will see, may have to test the MPEM if all else fails.
05-15-2014, 09:54 AM #8
1202 I think is the oil pressure switches, same happened on my boat. I replaced both but have not tested it yet. They should cost you $30 each. You can also activate the valve with the candoo, you should hear it click.
05-15-2014, 10:02 AM #9
I hear a click like it opens then I think hear it shut, If non functioning right what happens just curious?
05-15-2014, 10:04 AM #10
check ground wires to everything. espeically in the 04..
saw a few with green death in connectors and wires. especially to handlebar and dash wiring.
if you know how to use a multimeter, check resistnace from one connector to another.
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