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    Water in hull - PGM FI warning

    I left the drain plugs out, got water in the hull, did the stuff the manual says, now I get the PGM-FI warning. Here's what I did:

    1. Pulled out the air filter. It was dry.
    2. Checked the air box tube, dry.
    3. Removed the ignition connectors, removed the spark plugs. Removed
    the injector connectors.
    4. Opened the throttle. Pressed start button. No water came out.
    5. Put a Tbsp of oil in each cylinder. Hit start button several times.
    6. Reinstalled spark plugs. Reconnected connectors.
    7. Checked the oil. It was not milky.

    Now I get the PGM-FI warning. What did I screw up?

    Thanks,
    Carol


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    Red face

    Nevermind. One of the injector connectors wasn't pushed in all the way. Why don't I figure these things out until after I ask the question?

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    You answered your own question, nothing wrong with that!

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    Welcome to the HULK!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    GOT WAVES ??? bp7000's Avatar
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    I'm not sure about that part, to pour oil inside the cylinder ???

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    Thanks for the welcome.

    bp7000, the manual mentions that in step 9 of "If Your PWC is Submerged".
    I don't know anything about engines, but I've read it before, somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cap9363 View Post
    Thanks for the welcome.

    bp7000, the manual mentions that in step 9 of "If Your PWC is Submerged".
    I don't know anything about engines, but I've read it before, somewhere.

    sure, but like you say only if gets submerged, he did right i think the oil part only applies if you see water inside the motor....

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