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    After sinking ski idles 2 hi

    cranked ski after 3 oil change ran good the after 1 min ski started going up in rpm now it jumps between 2800 3000 please help


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    in the water or out? maybe sticky throttle cable or TB

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    if its out of the water thats about right.
    they idle high out of the water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lextoy View Post
    if its out of the water thats about right.
    they idle high out of the water.
    If I'm not mistaken mine may jump to 18** out of the water but not 2800-3000. As suggested check the cable and throttle body. with the ski running, see if you can manually close the butterfly and see if the rpm's drop.

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    check for boost leaks. start sprayin the windex!!

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    out of water checked tb sprayed windex my intercooler is not instaled out factory hose back on to flush all the oil? Just dont know how it whould be fine then rev high

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    Did you diconnect the battery or any of the connectors? It sounds like the TB needs to be reset with BUDS... Ron

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    possible air leak after Tb. did you remove the manifold to dry? if so, sure you don't have leak.

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    disconnect all ur sensors and spray them with eletric contac cleaner let them dry them put them back

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    Quote Originally Posted by IBADTON View Post
    cranked ski after 3 oil change ran good the after 1 min ski started going up in rpm now it jumps between 2800 3000 please help
    the problem you've got is water or moisture in the throttle position sensor, take it off and get it infront of a hair dryer, its giving wrong readings to the ecu, tap it in your hands you'll see the water droplets comming out of the plug area, let me know your findings, regards bill

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