I have a 2up 90hp spark. I put it in the water for the first time ever on Monday for memorial day, and after about 2-3 hrs in the break in period, it died. Zero power. I towed it back in and put it on the lift to see if I sucked anything up, everyone was fine. I called my dealer and he told me to check battery connections and fuses. I checked the connections and everything was nice and tight, I checked the fuse box, and I blew the 15amp fuse ("Battery"). The call to my dealer was made on Tuesday, I checked the stuff out today (Thursday, been raining like crazy). I replaced the fuse, and it turned on, but I did not run it, was too busy to go for a ride, I was just happy I fixed the problem. When I called my dealer back, he told me had 2 sparks in the shop that were dropped off on Wednesday for the same problem. He told me to bring it in, as it is a fire hazard and went on to tell me that it would take them 2 weeks to even look at it, Motor city power sports in Lansing Michigan. I googled this problem, and there are at least 5 posts on this issue. What do you guys think? Any input? Do you think we are soon to have recall number 2, as I already had a recall on the side panel? I am thinking about taking it out this weekend to see what will happened and If i will blow the fuse again. Pretty irritated since I have been a Yamaha guy all my life and finally made the switch to seadoo.
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