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    Hi temp code 1544 Rxp

    Guys,

    I need your help.

    I pulled my pump to check for cavitation. Did not see any thing wrong.
    Put back in and the bolts that hold the pump in spin loose when you try to tighten. Maybe the pump isnt all the way in?

    Put in water and when I run wide open the exhaust light comes on and code 1544 flashes.

    It runs fine untill I run wide open.

    Thanx in advance.


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    If you did not have the problem before you removed the pump and now you do. Check to make sure the small o ring seals did not drop out and now you have a leak.

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    Also make sure the yellow reducer disc is still there.

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    Jason,

    The disc is there, that is the only seal I see?

    Does someone have a pic of thease orings. They are not in the manual.

    I do not think I am getting the pump all the way in.

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    http://216.37.204.203/Seadoo_OEM/Sea...=13&A=149&B=15

    part # 29 ? and check to see if the prop nose cone is not folding when u put the pump in. You may have to turn the prop slightly to get it all the way lined up. The pump seal #3 could be folding, or getting bound up, if u think it's not going in all the way.

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    Thank you Jason.

    There are no o rings on my nozzel. How that could stop water I have no clue.

    I am definitly not getting the pump all the way in, cause the bolts go all the way in when the pump is not installed.

    See ya in a couple weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtrager View Post
    Thank you Jason.

    There are no o rings on my nozzel. How that could stop water I have no clue.

    I am definitly not getting the pump all the way in, cause the bolts go all the way in when the pump is not installed.

    See ya in a couple weeks.
    Enough must be getting thru just cruising to cool the engine. @ wot pressure is leaking out all over, and not enough getting thru. I hope u get it all straightened out, and I'll see u soon.

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    http://216.37.204.203/Seadoo_OEM/Sea...=13&A=149&B=14


    also make sure #8's are there. 10 is the reducer

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    I think the 8s are there because they are locktighted.

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