I bought this last week and so far, the performance has been extremely disappointing. Generally, it starts OK although it doesn't seem possible to re-start a warm engine from the ''run'' position- it always has to go back to full throttle.
The main problem is the vac & in particular the blower. Advertised as 155mph, I thought there would be a seriously strong gale coming out of the vac. Instead, when I put my hand over the tubes, it is barely stronger than my wifes hairdryer. This is brand new and the tubes are not clogged - I checked. Any suggestions?
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recalibration is sometimes caused by manufacturers using previous years ecm / pcm software. the optimum values sometimes differ if upgraded sensors are being used. although sensor values should not change much, sometimes cumulative differences or even differences in one sensor vs computer (ecm/pcm) software can lead to less than optimum performance or fuel economy.
conversely, software updates in the ecm/pcm can cause the same performance issues but are less likely.
If the red light flashes for a while, with a clicking noise while trying to turn on. It's either the ysus or xsus board, they are both easy to replace, my xsus board has blown twice, last board I bought off ebay £35 lasted 2 years. Just bought another for £16 + free postage.
If you can use a screwdriver & disconnect/connect a few ribbon cables & connectors, you'll save yourself £££s
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telltale signs are when the tv starts to make a clicking off/on sound while watching tv, without actually turning off, That's the time to look for a spare ysus or xsus board, before it blows. It could last months or weeks but better to be safe.
Takes me 15mins to take the back off, replace the board & put the back back on. & I'm a novice.
When was the last time you added refrigerant to it. Most of the time the cause for poor performance is the lack of charge; in most cases! There are still some shops around that will perform free system checks. That may be a good starting place to have it diagnosed.
not quite sure where to get the parts, but if the pressure starts out ok and decreases as it runs, it is generally that the piston rings/seals are worn out, this can happen just from sitting up over the winter.
You can google Honda Pressure Washer Parts to find a supplier for the seals/rings
BOB you dont say whethert your boat was under repairs or whether the unit was permanently connected. Soemtimes when the battery terminals are removed on the boat while in storage or reapirs a spike can occur and damage the unit. If the unit has a backup batterty check that its OK. you did not state the brand so its going to be a general answer. If you have spiked the chip then an expensive repair is needed.