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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-30-2014, 09:06 PM Thread Starter
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F12Xoil pressure warning + blown injector fuse

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I'm having a problem with my 05 Aquatrax F12X. It will run fine for 20 minutes; then flash an oil pressure warning and go into limp mode. Can shut it down, wait and restart, and then it will run fine again. But eventually it blows the injector fuse. Have had the ski into 2 different Honda dealers; they've replaced oil and adjusted level, but it's still not fixed -- keeps shooting oil pressure warnings and blowing injector fuses. I know setting the oil level is tricky, and you have to be careful to run it, shut down and wait a minute, and then check the level... seems to be ok. I'm not making the connection between oil pressure warnings and blown fuses, though... Any help is appreciated. Thx.
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-06-2014, 08:04 AM
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voltage reg fixes this problem with blown fuse most of the time...
Search results for: 'voltage'

Also you could just have a bad oil sensor. i would replace them both.
Search results for: 'oil sensor'

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On some of the ski's their was a problem on the wiring harness. Check all of your wiring well and see if you have a exposed wire causing a dead short! If i remember right it was the wiring running the length of the engine on the top, chaffing was causing this problem. This is where i would start.
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Any update yet, Steve? I have a similar problem with mine.
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Sorry for my delayed response. Thank you skidoc and glockm22 for your feedback. I haven't had time to deal with it, so it's at a third Honda dealer for troubleshooting & repair; haven't heard back from them yet. Told them I don't want it back until it's fixed for good. They will take care of the fuel tank recall while it's in, so I'm sure that will be a further delay.

Bobby Bahama - are you seeing oil pressure warnings and blowing injector fuses also? I still don't see a correlation between the two failures, but I did find a post from a few years back describing a similar sequence; no solution listed though.

Will post an update when I hear back from the dealer. Thanks.
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Sorry for my delayed response. Thank you skidoc and glockm22 for your feedback. I haven't had time to deal with it, so it's at a third Honda dealer for troubleshooting & repair; haven't heard back from them yet. Told them I don't want it back until it's fixed for good. They will take care of the fuel tank recall while it's in, so I'm sure that will be a further delay.

Bobby Bahama - are you seeing oil pressure warnings and blowing injector fuses also? I still don't see a correlation between the two failures, but I did find a post from a few years back describing a similar sequence; no solution listed though.

Will post an update when I hear back from the dealer. Thanks.

The first time I blew the injector fuse, I was on a high speed run. There were no other warnings, the engine just stopped. After figuring out what the problem was, I changed the fuse. On my next ride, there was strong wind and a lot of waves, so I didn't get it up to high speed, until my ride back. But, there was an oil warning. I idled to shore, shut it off, checked the level & it was fine. Started it back up, no more oil warning. Fluke, idk?

When I did get the chance to go to WOT, the fuse blew again. I changed the fuse again, and made my way rather slowly back to the launch ramp. I haven't taken it out since then.
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Thx for the feedback. Still no word from the dealer; will let you know when I hear back from them.
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Update: Just got my ski back from the Honda dealer last week. They couldn't get it to fail in the shop on the hose, but took it out for a lake test and after ~ 15 minutes it blew the fuel pump fuse (different fuse than the injector fuse I was blowing). They replaced the fuse, and promptly got an oil pressure warning. They contacted Honda, and were told to replace the fuel pump and 2 oil pressure sensors. They also did the fuel tank replacement under recall. We ran it all weekend (at least 2 tanks worth) without a problem. Total cost was just over $800. Keeping our fingers crossed that it keeps running without an issue; not too many weekends left to ride this season. Thanks again for everyone's advice.
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Thanks for the update Steve. Too bad it cost so much to fix.
Mine ended up being the voltage regulator. I went for a little ride this past weekend. No more blown fuses. On the way back to the launch ramp, I did end up still getting the oil warning. Looks like oil pressure sensors are next.
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2004 Honda Aquatrax F12X Fuse blowing

Who was the dealer? I'm having similar issues.

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