I doubt it is the foot pedal. Mine did that for years and I would touch the foot pedal and it would stop. Usually happened towards the end of the day when the battery was flatter. Recently it started turning full time - when the foot pedal was tucked away under the boat and not connected. Foot pedal has no control of this function when it is connected.
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
fuel pump going out and it will not run at all
coil problem will starteasy but fail after running for a while
fuel pump relay again it is running after starting and if the relay is no good , it will not pump fuel
try having the fault codes read first then have the faulty sensor replaced
id take it to the dealer ship and tell them or me personaly id replace the stereo deck it sound like the eye on the track inside is jammed id maybe try putting a can of air duster in it and blow it around that may work or take it in to some one who can professionaly cleen it but either way you may be told to replace it
Hello You will have to reset your fuel pump switch located passenger side right foot kick panel when you press it it should stay down if this does not work your probably looking at a fuel pump not working.
We had this problem numerous time (luckily while under an extended warranty) our local dealer tried fixing it many times, they even put a heavier motor under the seat. After one repair the seat motor stopped working within 2 miles. My husband turned around stayed out in the shop and helped the mechanic discover that when the seat went back at a certain point, the wire under the drivers seat was routed so that it traveled into the seat track and back out, when it went into the track it got pinched and shorted out. (you CAN NOT tell if this has happened by looking under the seat, the wire will NOT still be trapped in the seat track or severed, at a certain point the wires traveled into and then back out of the track causing a main wire to short out (wires are harnessed under the drivers seat which control movement in both seats). The solution - a new wire harness was installed and the wires had to be routed differently to prevent this from happening. The repair only took a few minutes the wire harness had to move over about three inches and the wires got ties to hold them out of the way. That was three years ago and so far this has not been a problem again. Hope this helps, or gives you some place to start looking.
1. Press the Timer/Clock button until "CLOCK" shows, blinking, on the display. 2. Press Set/Demo. The hour indicator on the clock should start blinking. 3. Use the "Track/Tuner Forward" and "Track/Tune Backward" keys to set the hour. 4. Press Set/Demo. The minute indicator on the clock should start blinking. 5. Use the "Track/Tuner Forward" and "Track/Tune Backward" keys to
set the minute. 6. Press Set/Demo twice. (Pressing once moves to the timer set mode.)