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    2008 rxp exhaust temp long beep, just changed blower

    Bought a used rxp-x with 97 hours.
    Right off the bat first trip out (didn't do this on test drive, of course) the blower locked up, had to replace.
    Got it back together, forgot the hose clamp on airbox, went to take it out, popped off had to fix clamp.
    Got it out on the water today, ran good but it gave me the p0326 code, for the knock sensor. Rode it more, no problem. Got it home and noticed what looked like dried coolant on top the plastics. Can't run it longer than a second, with flush hooked up, and it beeps and makes your ears bleed. Shut it off. No visible coolant leak, no leaky hoses and to top, coolant jug was empty however, and I saw fresh coolant in recesses on engine. I'd love to hear it's not the hg, I checked oil and no coolant present.
    it off it ONLY did this when I got it on the dock. It didn't do this at all when I was riding else I would've towed it. There is nothing in the pump from what I can see. I don't know where to begin. I'm losing patience with this thing. I can only hope it's something simple .
    Please help


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    Just pulled all hoses and there is no water in the water box.... What could cause this?

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    Sounds lile you have at least two problems. A blown headgasket. No water is getting to the exhaust manifold, maybe I/C too. Think you should tear down the ski and go over everything.

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    Why would no water be getting to the intercooler and exhaust manifold? Remember it only heated up once I put it on the dock for a flush....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Djslcs View Post
    Why would no water be getting to the intercooler and exhaust manifold? Remember it only heated up once I put it on the dock for a flush....
    A hose is off or its plugged up somewhere starting at the pump.

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    After the pump. It goes into the ski and tees off to I/C and exhaust manifold.

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    Sorry for my ignorance but what pump do you mean, I'm sorry for all
    the questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Djslcs View Post
    Sorry for my ignorance but what pump do you mean, I'm sorry for all
    the questions.
    The jet pump out back. You may want to find someone to help that has worked on these ski before.

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    Put the ski back in the water, no longer overheats.... still has the knock sensor code. What could cause it to overheat when flushing but not while in water? Where is knock sensor located. Thanks in advance

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    the knock sensor is under the intake manifold
    are you sure you put all the hoses back correctly and the knock sensor plug is also near the SC

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