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    New day...New problem

    My RIVA stage II RXP is continuously getting overheating warnings. The warning stays on until I turn off the ski. At first I thought it was only happening when I ran WOT but then it began happeniong at all different times. All hoses are connected and the intake is clear. Any ideas?


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    I don't know much, but I'd say it's overheating.

    Sorry... couldn't resist. Hope someone with more knowledge can help you out.

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    DO NOT RUN IT , unless it's on the trailer!! Your exhaust pipe will melt and the ski will sink. Find the blockage in your cooling system, and flush throughly. Sand in the IC or J pipe passages are common causes. If u cant find it take it to your dealer and they will find the blockage. Remember to run it in 3ft or deeper only.

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    back flush your i.c.

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    Also, make sure the water supply hose to the IC (the one that is connected under the exh. manifold) is not kinked or pinched at all.

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