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    CEL

    How do u know when one pops up? I have a 2002 GTX.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cmher18 View Post
    How do u know when one pops up? I have a 2002 GTX.
    Forgive my ignorance, but what is "CEL" and how does it pop up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpeconsult View Post
    Forgive my ignorance, but what is "CEL" and how does it pop up?
    Im guessing he means Check Engine Light and based soley on that guess...
    there will be a light on the dash and it will flash Maintenance.

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    I'm glad someone figured that out, it had me baffled yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NCHeel View Post
    I'm glad someone figured that out, it had me baffled yesterday.
    Rodney is a better man than me. I too, was baffled... just to proud to admit it!

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    Read your Operator's Guide. Many things can cause a P-code:

    Message Display
    The information center features a display
    area that blinks a message whenever
    one of the following circumstances
    occurs. The abbreviations between parenthesis
    here are the code displayed:
    •
    engine overheating (H-TEMP)

    •
    low oil pressure (OIL)

    •
    low battery voltage (12V LOW).

    •
    high battery voltage (12V HI).

    •
    low fuel level (FUEL-LO)

    •
    maintenance reminder (MAINT)

    •
    check engine (CHK ENG)

    •
    sensor failure (vehicle electronic equipment)
    (SENSOR)

    •
    invalid safety lanyard (KEY)

    •
    safety lanyard, learning key active
    (L KEY)

    •
    end of faults (END)
    A beeper will sound depending on the
    fault occurring to catch the driver attention
    when necessary.
    Except for low liquid levels, which can be
    corrected by refilling, it is recommended
    to see an authorized Sea-Doo dealer
    when other messages occur.

    NOTE:
    If a fault occurs, this system
    generates numbered fault codes
    (P-XXXX) that can be displayed through
    the information center using a special
    procedure. In case of a failure, you
    may call your authorized Sea-Doo dealer
    and he would be able to assist you to
    have the codes displayed to help troubleshooting.

    Warning Light
    The red warning LED (Light-Emitting
    Diode) blinks along with the beeper to
    catch your attention.
    Maintenance Information
    When the watercraft is due for a maintenance
    inspection, the message MAINT
    will blink. Afterwards, it will blink at every
    start-up for 10 seconds. After servicing,
    your authorized Sea-Doo dealer will
    clear it for hefty price.

    ... Ron


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    Quote Originally Posted by King_Of_Fun View Post
    Read your Operator's Guide. Many things can cause a P-code:

    Message Display
    The information center features a display
    area that blinks a message whenever
    one of the following circumstances
    occurs. The abbreviations between parenthesis
    here are the code displayed:
    •
    engine overheating (H-TEMP)

    •
    low oil pressure (OIL)

    •
    low battery voltage (12V LOW).

    •
    high battery voltage (12V HI).

    •
    low fuel level (FUEL-LO)

    •
    maintenance reminder (MAINT)

    •
    check engine (CHK ENG)

    •
    sensor failure (vehicle electronic equipment)
    (SENSOR)

    •
    invalid safety lanyard (KEY)

    •
    safety lanyard, learning key active
    (L KEY)

    •
    end of faults (END)
    A beeper will sound depending on the
    fault occurring to catch the driver attention
    when necessary.
    Except for low liquid levels, which can be
    corrected by refilling, it is recommended
    to see an authorized Sea-Doo dealer
    when other messages occur.

    NOTE:
    If a fault occurs, this system
    generates numbered fault codes
    (P-XXXX) that can be displayed through
    the information center using a special
    procedure. In case of a failure, you
    may call your authorized Sea-Doo dealer
    and he would be able to assist you to
    have the codes displayed to help troubleshooting.

    Warning Light
    The red warning LED (Light-Emitting
    Diode) blinks along with the beeper to
    catch your attention.
    Maintenance Information
    When the watercraft is due for a maintenance
    inspection, the message MAINT
    will blink. Afterwards, it will blink at every
    start-up for 10 seconds. After servicing,
    your authorized Sea-Doo dealer will
    clear it for hefty price.

    ... Ron


    Sorry I was using car terms LOL My ski never cam with one. Thanks Guys

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