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    2004 Seadoo GTI LE RFI WONT START LOOSE CONNECTION?

    My GTI won't start. When I put the key in I get no response from the computer. In the past I used to just wiggle all the wires and it would then start but that methodology is being to fail. I've tried changing the starter solenoid and the main relay with no luck. When I jump the starter solenoid off a screwdriver it turns over but does not start. Can anyone lend a hand at what it could be?


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    Check for power at the solenoid on the small wires while pressing start. If you get power, it sounds like a bad solenoid.

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    Your DESS post may be bad. Use a strong magnet like the back of a car stereo speaker to tap around on the post then try it again.

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    Turned out it was just a loose clip on the ECU. Thanks for your input

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