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    05 1300R no spark

    My 05 1300R was running great all day, then I went through a long no wake zone. It seemed like it was loading up a little, so I hit the throttle and it cleared up. Ran it for a few more minutes then shut it off. Went to start it again and nothing. Got back to the shore and it has no spark at all. I checked the on off switch, bypassed the efi controller, unhooked the temp sensors, checked all connections. Nothing seems to make any difference. It also didn't show any codes. I'm lost!


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    Hello Bryan is the check engine light beeping, And also check to see if the throttle is stuck open because that will kill the spark.
    Last edited by JIM'S PERFORMANCE; 07-16-2007 at 07:41 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jims 1300 View Post
    Hello Bryan is the check engine light beeping, And also check to see the throttle is stuck open because that will kill the spark.
    No engine light or codes. I pulled the stinger off and it looks like the blades are closed all the way, still no spark. I may bring it by your shop tomorrow if I can't find something.

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    what was the issue here
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    similarly running great all day last weekend
    had a break for 20 minutes
    then re-started,,,coughed and spluttered after 40 seconds
    check engine light started beepin
    turned it off
    same thing a number of times
    ran 30 seconds. check engine light beeps, coughin a smokin
    even on the trailer a couple of times
    now no-spark
    bypassed EFI controller
    checked the 3 fuses, re-charged battery, changed plugs
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    any thing else I can check, before taking it to the laptop YamaHa man$

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    Did it store a code ?

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    nah
    i didn't press-it for the 8 seconds whilst on water during first failures
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    pressin it now, with no spark....01
    I get 48 for a second then to 01 with 1 plug lead disconnected
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    what can I plug, push & poke at Rich

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    Check the little grommett in the throttle cable at the finger throttle. If it comes out it may not let it go back to "idle". If you have the pipe off, reach down and manually close the fuel rail back to idle. it should get fire then. If it does, hit it with some wd-40 and work it free.
    It could also be your battery going dead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CARVER View Post
    Check the little grommett in the throttle cable at the finger throttle. If it comes out it may not let it go back to "idle". If you have the pipe off, reach down and manually close the fuel rail back to idle. it should get fire then. If it does, hit it with some wd-40 and work it free.
    It could also be your battery going dead.
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    Bad battery connections, throttle not returning to idle, also make sure the water temp sensor is connected good (the one in the bottom of the pipe close to the waterbox)

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    My problem was actually the throttle position sensor itself. I didn't get a code the first few times it happened either. Looks like I had a leaking hose that was dripping right over the tps which killed the sensor. Like Carver said make sure the throttle is closed completely or it will kill the spark.

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    got a shop to diagnose with laptop
    showed TPS fault,,,but they couldn't pull-it apart or swap it over for another week, because of a backlog of work/ services etc ...spring time down-ere
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    took it home cause the Pro was on the trailer and wanted to ride-it
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    what a bitch pullen the pipe out first time
    any-one know what resistance or how to test these TPS's
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    i've tried, flickin things, re-setting rails, adjusting throttle cable, still no spark
    gotta buy a Torx set

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