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    04 GPR flooding with gas

    Just picked up another 04 1300 and I am running into a problem. When I try to start it, it floods with gas. It does have an EFI controller but with or with out it floods. Motor is pretty much stock. Only has the VF3 reeds, 3 degree timing. The throttle cable has been removed just to make sure it wasn't open and no luck. Could it be the throttle position sensor? Any help would be great.


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    It could be your tps. Have you run with ski in the water yet?

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    Not yet. It won't start. That's what I was thinking as well. It coughs like it's about to fire up on the first try and then quits. Pull the plugs and they have gas dripping off them. That's after one 5 sec try.

    Picked up the ski dirt cheap knowing it didn't run so I knew I had some work to do. But this is a something I have never run into. Lost on this one.

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    Unplug your tps sensor and try to start it. It might take a few times to start. If it does not start let it sit a while and try it again. If it does not start it's most likely something else.

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    un plug the injectors and see if it still floods, if so you have an injector that is leaking. Try the tps first.
    Mike

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    Nothing. Did everything. So if it's an injector what do i need to do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul T View Post
    Nothing. Did everything. So if it's an injector what do i need to do?
    One of the member on the board can test them and clean them. I'll ask Shooter who he sent his too.

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    I think WFO has connections for injector cleaning as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul T View Post
    Nothing. Did everything. So if it's an injector what do i need to do?
    If all 3 cylinders are loading up with gas there is no way you have 3 injectors going out at once.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RX951 View Post
    I think WFO has connections for injector cleaning as well
    Sending a set there monday

    http://injector-rehab.com/

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