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    Seadoo RXP-X 260 RS 2013 model engine stator main wire socket burn down! urgent!!

    Hi, everybody

    My Seadoo RXP-xX 260 RS 2013 year model has meet the below problem ,

    on the engine stator come out 3 yellow wire join with thmain wire socket area ! When i start the engine ! The main wire male socket tempature become very hot
    , and after running few hours , the yellow wire burn down !can somebody tell me what happen and how to solve this problem?? Click image for larger version. 

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    Not sure if this is helpful but you never know...

    I once owned an Aprilia motorcycle with a ROTAX 1000cc V twin engine. These engines had the same stator charging set up as our seadoo's. They often suffered from burnt out stators as a result of aprilia fitting a different magnet cup (the rotating part on the flywheel) which over charged the system. This lead to the same three melted wires and melted plastic connector as what you have. They also suffered from regulator rectifier problems which also led to melted wires and plastic connectors.

    Do you know what voltage your stator is pumping out??
    Is the regulator rectifier ok??


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