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    Clicking from the solenoid – jumped it with screwdriver – No luck

    Just a click, engine will not turn over at all - 2007 seadoo - battery and solenoid checked they are good, even tried another battery and another solenoid. What else could it be?

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    First, make sure engine is capable of spinning to rule out seize and/or hydrolock. Then, check and clean all grounds and apply dielectric grease. Make sure 12V connection at starter is perfect. If you know battery is good and all connections are clean, starter is the only thing left.

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    Jet pump bearings could be locked up.

    Pull the spark plugs all out and see if it turns over.

    Possible timing chain failure?

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    Just saw your other post why are you making multiple threads for the same problem?

    The other thread has useful info that would save you from repeated responses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotbird View Post
    Just saw your other post why are you making multiple threads for the same problem?

    The other thread has useful info that would save you from repeated responses.
    Because the other thread was not dealing with the actual starting issue, more the water issue from towing.

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    plugs are out, should at least turn over weakly, just getting a little click. I don't even hear the starter trying.

    I have tried to jump just the starter with jumper cables straight from the battery but nothing at all. Also tried to ground by jumping straight from the battery to the engine.

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    Pull the plugs and try rolling it over,sounds like it might be hydro locked if you where towing it..(didnt read the other post) sounds like water in the cylynders or maybe a bad starter.

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    Did you pull the pump and check if its seized?

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    Was the starter, thanks for the help

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