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    Ride a day, wrech a week!
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    GP1300r no spark??

    Searched all past threads and followed but no real results. I have an 03 Gp1300r bone stock, ran last summer great after winterizing it and then trying to get her started this week i got no spark. all 3 plugs no spark? just started this project yesterday and havn't tried many options but where should i start?

    i also have the repair manual if any one wants a copy.

    thanks again!-Josh


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    check your fuses and check for slack in your throttle cable
    Mike

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    Mike: check fuses first thing...all good...snapped throttle a few times also(kinda feels soft to me compared to my other ski's) no luck!

    WFO: thanks for the search results have read to page 10 and follow many of the threads but then always seem to end when it gets good..

    Thanks for your responses!

    tonight i will try:

    unplugging the tilt sensor, any one know where this is located to save me searching for it

    pull the power box and check connections.....

    pull voltage at the coil input to see if it's getting signal, but i dought all 3 coils went at once...any one know what this should read??

    making sure the water temp sensor is plugged in or i will see if i have an extra 10k res to jump with.

    any other ideas???

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    never had the recall done? i think it is time....could this do it?

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    there is an off throttle sensor on the tb's, if the throttle is open when you try and start it it will kill the ign. So if the cable is rusted and stuck open yes it could cause it to not start.

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    Someone on here once said that letting your ski sit for a long period without the lanyard attached could cause problems internally in the switch just something else you can check.I think the spring pressure stretches the contact and it may not unseat when the lanyard is attached?

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    hhmmmmm......would it still turn over if the switch sping was messed up?

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    no spark

    if the baro sensor is diconected or the tilt switch or even a bad tps connection in the dreaded large grey plug can cause a no spark situation.
    all can be accessed under the front bucket

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    washo: thanks!! i am going to take it to the deal and have the recall work completed first. then i will post back!!

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