Ok I removed dry box with coil packs and checked all connections both 3 pin plugs had earth connectors pushed back so not a good connection and 1 coil pack had a slightly bent pin. Now wait till another wet test in a few days hopefully not to cold
Ok back to the river today code straight away. Cleared straight away then wot to 44mph fastest it’s ever been but had 1 little miss then all good load up and head home for new scan. What’s the procedure for resetting my tps if it’s needed?? And I’m thinking still a bad earth somewhere
Put a volt meter on the tps, but don’t unplug. I think it is the black/white wire and ground. Install the lanyard to power up, but don’t start. You have about 30seconds until you have to power up again. Volt meter should read around 6 volts. Depress the throttle to about 80% and read the meter. Should be 0 volts.
0% to 80% throttle should be about 5 volts.
80% to 100% throttle should be 0 volts.
Loosen the jam nut on the cable adjuster and adjust until 0 volts is achieved at 80% throttle.
I have not adjusted with my candoo yet because since I got it I have not needed to use that function. Maybe call the guys at candoo and ask. They are usually really helpful.
Start on page 182: https://www.candoopro.com/help.pdf
Ok went back and reread some posts.
Aftermarket fuel pump working for now correct?
6750rpms max with sporadic miss correct?
Sporadic maint light and able to reset correct?
Everything checked, cleaned and reset including WCV on the water box.
Still getting fault code P0352 or P0351. Those codes are for the two ignition coils in the rear ebox. I am wondering when the coils heat up during operation, they are somehow shorting/insulation breakdown and causing the miss at WOT.
Not exactly. The ones on cars are typically a carbon core whereas the skis use a stranded metal core. In addition to that some are resistor wires and some are even different for RF suppression. Just because they look the same on the outside doesn't mean they are.