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    2003 XP DI Bilge question

    I am trying to track down a electrical problem on my ski. Can you unplug the bilge and the ski still works fine? Mine boat wont do anything when I unplug the bilge.


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    Anyone want to go unplug their bilge (easy) and see if the ski still starts or turns over? It would prob have to be and XPDI since the bildge is wired straight to the battery.

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    You have a bad ground some were and its feeding back through the bilge pump circuit. Un plug it and track down why the ski wont work

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    The boat should work perfectly fine with the bilge pump unplugged.

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    Cool thats what I thought thanx or the help fellas!

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