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    gp1200r... battery issue or?

    i was cruising around the lake... hit a nice wave and took a spill.. when i got back on the jetski i noticed no battery going to the unit but the connections seem stable... I took the seat off and tried to start again i noticed a spark when i hit the start button on one of the terminals... any thoughts on what that could be? should i just take the terminals off and reconnect... i want to make sure i don't do any further damage?

    Thanks...


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    Is there a loose connection where you saw the spark? If so then yes...re tighten and retry.

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    Probably a loose cable

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    clean the all the terminals they maybe dirty..............

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    If you are seeing sparks then you have a loose connection or a hole in the wire shorting to something it shouldn't be. Either case needs to be fixed. Errant sparks cause fires .

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