3 Ways to Troubleshoot a Jet Ski Engine that won’t Start
Depending on how long it’s been since you’ve used the jet ski, a very common problem can be fuel quality. Fuel now has so much ethanol these days, so it’s a good idea to put some ethanol stabilizer in your jet ski every time you fill up. An ounce of prevention goes a long way in protecting your investment and your fun day on the water.Tip 3: Do the Electric Slide Sometimes you’ll press the jet ski’s start button and it won’t even pretend to start. If you’re getting the silent treatment, you probably have a problem with your battery or starter solenoid. The battery is an obvious fix, but not as many people would think to replace the starter solenoid. It’s a simple and very inexpensive repair that should take at most 30 minutes. Todd recommend finding this part on Amazon, where you can find the piece for less than 20 dollars.