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    hey guys, went out riding with a friend who has a gtx limited 06 while he was at wot the bihe killed then flooded. we got back to the launch and found that the hose clamp to the stock exhaust baffle broke and the hose slipped off and flooded it. the water was over the supercharger. drained it out tried to start it it turned over slow and then it stopped, now when you plug the key in it says SENSOR and all it does is bump but wont turn over, like the battery is dead, no water intrusion in the engine. any help would be great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by busa504 View Post
    hey guys, went out riding with a friend who has a gtx limited 06 while he was at wot the bihe killed then flooded. we got back to the launch and found that the hose clamp to the stock exhaust baffle broke and the hose slipped off and flooded it. the water was over the supercharger. drained it out tried to start it it turned over slow and then it stopped, now when you plug the key in it says SENSOR and all it does is bump but wont turn over, like the battery is dead, no water intrusion in the engine. any help would be great.
    thanks
    take out the spark plugs then turn the motor over,

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    took out 2 of them at the boat launch and it did the same thing.

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    You need to check the DC voltage of the battery, then while cranking. You also need to pull the 3rd plug to verify that there is no water in the cylinders... Ron

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    okay got it to turn over with plugs out, water shot out of all cylinders. we jumped started off my truck. after. it still threw up a sensor code, and now it does nothing at all. when you plug the key in it give a long beep and then nothing,no click or anything.

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    You should never jump the ski off a running engine. You might have ruined the electronics. If the truck wasn't running, you might be ok. Start with the basics. Check the voltage on the battery. It should be 12.0 VDC or above. If it's lower, trickle charge it. Check the battery connections on both the battery and engine to make sure they are tight... Ron

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    Quote Originally Posted by King_Of_Fun View Post
    You should never jump the ski off a running engine. You might have ruined the electronics. If the truck wasn't running, you might be ok. ... Ron

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