Question about Yamaha 12V Air Pump
Sounds like you have either a dead battery in the ski or a loose batt cable that has arc'd. Check both pos and neg cables at both ends and make sure bathas a good charge. if all good there you ccan rule out the security system by simply rapidly pushing the starter button as fast as you can for about 5 sec, if your lock is on you will get a small kick from the starter and may need to get your remote reprogramed. could also be your solenoid and real easy to check, follow pos batt cable to elec box, remove 4 phillips head screws and put a meter or test light on that side to verify power, then do the same on the other side while pushing start button, if its getting 10 or more volts its going to be your starter but highly unlikely. if no voltage its may be solenoid which 99 times out of 100 is the guilty part. or a bad start stop switch assy. you can jump solenoid to rule out starter with a pair of pliers on each post of the solenoid . but before u ddo all this check the fuses!
Posted on May 18, 2011
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