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Old     (shesfearless)      Join Date: Oct 2007       07-05-2010, 12:26 PM Reply   
Hi

Haven't been on here in a while, but I was out boarding yesterday and everything was good until I turned the boat off while we switched riders. Went to start the boat and other than the two beeps, dead silence... no clicking, no turnover, just nothing.

I did a visual inspection of the wires attached to the back of the ignition/key switch (since I had that replaced two weeks ago after losing my keys), replaced and tightened the battery wires in case of a loose connection, but no luck. Finally had to swim for help and call mom and dad for a tow.

Any ideas before I call a mechanic? The solenoid was replaced last year (along with a ton of other stuff, so it shouldn't be anything major). Only other thing I can think of is that we did take on some water at the front during the last set before the issue, but it drained out of the bow before getting any further and I have an automatic ballast, so I didn't think much of it...

Any help would be GREATLY appreciated, hoping to sort this out before next weekend.

Thanks in advance.

 
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