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Seadoo spark help

Discussion in 'Sea-Doo Jet Boats' started by Jmcis, May 14, 2018.

  1. Jmcis

    Jmcis New Member

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    Boat Make:
    SeaDoo
    Year:
    2015
    Boat Model:
    Other
    Boat Length:
    Other
    Just put in my spark in the water for the first time this season. I had a oil change at end of season by a Seadoo dealership. It was kept in a heated garage all winter. The oil pressure sensor came on , made to dock, Seadoo running for about five minutes o more. Checked oil immediately, none in dip stick . Found oil inside hull, how much damage to engine could have taken place? How do you handle dealership , knowing they won't take blame for this?
     
  2. ripler

    ripler Jet Boat Addict

    Messages:
    197
    Location:
    Just south of Pittsburgh
    Ratings:
    +278 / 16
    Boat Make:
    Yamaha
    Year:
    2010
    Boat Model:
    SX
    Boat Length:
    21
    That is actually a low oil light not low oil pressure. You may not have any damage or it might be catastrophic, when the low oil light came on that's one light you shouldn't ignore. My bet is that they forgot to install the O ring on the oil filter housing. I would take a look at that first and video yourself removing the oil filter cap, if they did forget the O ring I would go back to the servicing dealer with the video proof. I would let them know what happened leaving out the part that you kept it running after the low oil light came on and have them check the engine for damage.
     
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