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    07 0 hrs no start

    hey guys just picked up my 07 gp yesterday, so i fill up the oil with yamalube add a gallon of gas connect the battery and crank it over, the thing wont fire up. i pull the plugs they are fouled( im guessing the dealer fogged the motor) i wipe the plugs off put it back together crank it over no dice. pull the plugs again (fouled out) but this time squirt starting fluid in each cylinder fires up runs for 2 seconds then dies, i pull the plugs again fouled out again, repeat 10 times.Two possible causes Im getting no fuel or my plugs keep fouling out but why?


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    May need a little more than 1 gallon of fuel if the tank was dry

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    Dont use starting fluid! The dealer probably put oil in the tank but no gas.You might be running way too much oil.... The plugs might be oil fouled.Like WFO said,put more gas in.
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    great what does the starting fluid mess up? why more than a gallon? no oil from dealer bone dry no gas either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beauickownr View Post
    great what does the starting fluid mess up? why more than a gallon? no oil from dealer bone dry no gas either.
    The fuel pump sits in the tank about 1/2 an inch from the bottom... plus you are filling up all the lines and sending unit.

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    Well for one,starting fluid takes the oil off the rotating parts.Were are you spraying it into? Starting fluid is like a parts cleaner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WFO View Post
    The fuel pump sits in the tank about 1/2 an inch from the bottom... plus you are filling up all the lines and sending unit.
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    also dont touch the throttle... just push the start button and let it crank

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    im spraying it directly into the cylinders. It has upper cylinder lubricant, gas cleans parts too i dont see why it would hurt but this is my first jetski so i dont know. Plugs are fouled out with fogger not black 2 stroke oil. thanks for the quick replies guys

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    Good luck.

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