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    Gauges & Digital Display Not Working?

    A "buddy" of mine flipped my gtx today and got the hull 1/2 full of water!!! We pulled it on the trailer and let it drain for like 10mins.
    Than relaunched it and worked fine for like 2 hours than the display went out on it?


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    Quote Originally Posted by FL03GTX View Post
    A "buddy" of mine flipped my gtx today and got the hull 1/2 full of water!!! We pulled it on the trailer and let it drain for like 10mins.
    Than relaunched it and worked fine for like 2 hours than the display went out on it?
    DId this happen in fresh or salt water? If it was in salt water, did he flush everything with fresh water?... Ron

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    Check all the wires? Maybe something came loose when it got flipped.

    How in the world did someone flip a GTX? I did not even know it is possible lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aha View Post
    How in the world did someone flip a GTX? I did not even know it is possible lol.
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    had a customer come to our shop friday... he flipped a new 08 Ultra 250! i was shocked! .... BUT, it was there bc he couldn't get it back over... it was upside down for 20 minutes! lol

    anyway... check the i think it's 3amp fuse in the MPEM for your gauges... bottom fuse on the left block i believe

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    they were goin slow and a couple of butter balls .
    any ways i checked all connections found no water but i did find that my cluster looks like a green house! I took all the screws out of the rear trying to get it apart to let it dry but cant get it any further than this?



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    Im going to hack this thing in half with a dremel if I dont get a reply soon!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FL03GTX View Post
    Im going to hack this thing in half with a dremel if I dont get a reply soon!!
    Could be that most are away from their PCs right now. I've got wireless on my boat so it's not too bad for me.

    Do you have anyone you can swap with?... Ron

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    I had moisture get in mine and had to replace it. You should get a lot of beeping and error codes because the computer can't communicate with the display. I don't think there is anything you can do short of getting a new one.

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    Anybody know how much this is goin to cost?

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