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    blowing 30 amp fuse for charging system on 2010 seadoo rxp x

    Hi, can anyone help me with problem, my 30 amp fuse keeps blowing on my 2010 rxp x, it's the one for the voltage rectifier, don't know why, can anyone help. thanks.


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    Got Boost? psycho rxp's Avatar
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    Pull the connector for the 3 yellow wires, coming from the PTO cover, And see if there is oil in it.

    Mine would get enough to make contact, and melt 30A fuses, on my old Ski...

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    If no oil in connector as psycho said, replace VR part #6 here:

    http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche....RICAL---GUAGES

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    Voltage Regulator/Rectifier took a crap on my 2010 also. Easy fix. Hope that's your problem.

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