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I have a 2000 waverunner, it won't pull us out of the water without struggling, once we're on top of the water it's fine. We checked the intake for debris & cleaned the power valves. Any ideas?

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This sounds like a bad timer. The timer is what tells the pump to drain at specified times. If it gets a bad contact, that timed cycle won't happen.

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Our 1996 waverunner has been running great until this weekend. It seems to bog down after 3 minutes of running at full speed. If you keep it at 3/4 speed no problem, it runs steady. Tried carb cleaner but it still runs the same....What repairs are we looking at. thanks.....

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Yes the water must have shorted the wires or the parts, very much possible.------- It turns over but does not start.Still re check battery voltage.If the battery voltage is low, its battery issue.If the battery voltage is low, then also engine will turn over, but due to low battery voltage it will not turn the starter.So first check battery voltage and battery connections and confirm, that its not battery issue.The battery voltage should be between 11.5 to 12.5 volts.If battery voltage checked ok and its connections are fine, then other possibility is faulty or weak starter.If the starter connection to battery is loose or starter solenoid is got jammed or shorted, then its the issue, and can cause the problem.With the key on and starter button pressed, there should be 12 volts at starter solenoid.But if there is no 12 volt, then it can be faulty starter switch or starter itself.If starter and its connections checked out ok, then other possibility is shorted ignition coil wire to the spark plugs.Check wire to the coil and wire going from coil to spark plugs.There is short in between causing the problem.If there is voltage issue checked.Get the compression test done for your bike.Compression on a 760 should be closer to 115/120.Pull the plugs , spray WD40 in each cylinder , turn the motor a few times and repeat 3 times , Let it sit for few hours, then do compression test.If the compression test fails, then its low spark issue.Get the spark plugs and coil pack checked and replaced.Also try starting with starter fluid.Spray starter fluid in intake and then try to start, if it starts, the problem is with fuel pump, and fuel filter related.Its not getting gas.------------ On one side bolted to the motor there is the voltage regulator, check that. This can stop the motor from giving a spark.
Unplug it and see if the connections are ok, sometimes moisture can reach the connections and cause a problem, also check all fuses.---------
This troubleshooting will help.Thanks.Helpmech.



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