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1995 SeaDoo XP Fuse Box

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How to find and replace the fuses on a 1995 SeaDoo XP. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj-I2PE6etPSl8SVNn8_UoQ
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J Williams (3 months ago)
Great video. Was very helpful. Thanks
LonnieJohnson1 (2 months ago)
Thanks, glad to help.
norman hall (8 months ago)
You da f**king man restoring my 93 xp got everything working, except gas gauge and trim, going to check those out , hope everything you showed is same for 93 thx a heap
LonnieJohnson1 (8 months ago)
Your welcome
Greg Sandelin (1 year ago)
Picked up a 95 xp this summer for $350 (my first water craft I have owned) and your videos have been helpful. Thank you
LonnieJohnson1 (1 year ago)
I'm glad to hear that. Your welcome
Miguel Sanchez (1 year ago)
how to get water out of cylinder head
Ali Nehme (1 year ago)
Thank you
LonnieJohnson1 (1 year ago)
Glad to help
oregon 503 (2 years ago)
thanks this was helpful
Guillermo Urbieta (2 years ago)
what is the 15 for?
LonnieJohnson1 (2 years ago)
It might have been for the starter. Not sure without checking it.
Goofy 1 (2 years ago)
ok thanks for all your help
Goofy 1 (2 years ago)
the vts housing and motor are also in the front compartment
Goofy 1 (2 years ago)
Ok so I found it in the front compartment. I unplugged it, put in a new fuse and it blew right away. so it must be a mpem issues?
LonnieJohnson1 (2 years ago)
Sounds like a short some where. I would unplug all the harness wires from the box and leave the battery hooked up, If the fuse still blows I would look at the starter for a shorted wire, if not then plug the harnesses in one at a time until you find the bad one. Also if you have a multi meter to use you can save your fuses.
Goofy 1 (2 years ago)
which plug is for the vts?
LonnieJohnson1 (2 years ago)
Under the seat on the left side when sitting on it. Go back to the VTS and follow the wire all the way to the front where the plug is.
Goofy 1 (2 years ago)
Keep blowing the 5 amp fuse. engine won't click or crank. not sure what the 5 amp fuse is for. please help
W Jansen (2 years ago)
I see LonnieJohson already told you. I was to quick. have a good one! bye the way, Nice video. Liked and subscribed. Love the hobby!
W Jansen (2 years ago)
My friend i think you blowing your trim fuse. its a common problem! (for me) disconnect the cable from the trim in the back. And see if the fuse still blows out!
LonnieJohnson1 (2 years ago)
Disconnect your VTS from the plug and then try another fuse. If the fuse doesn't blow then you have a shorted VTS box. If this is the case you can take the cover off the VTS and see if water got in to the motor.
Goofy 1 (2 years ago)
I disconnected the battery and then put the fuse in, as soon as I connected the battery, it blew right away
Goofy 1 (2 years ago)
As soon as I plug it in
Samuel Cohen (2 years ago)
Thanks for the video..well done. I have pulled the box out before and now might have to again. The engine cranks but no start , have changed the plugs...still no start on 95 GTX. Maybe the fuses ?
LonnieJohnson1 (2 years ago)
Are you getting fire to the plugs? If so, try spraying some fuel into the carburetor, it should start.
Alex Rohrback (2 years ago)
Were do u get the vts housing at
DE4THRE4P3R (2 years ago)
I have a question. So i bought a 1992 seadoo sp and there are no cables on the spark plugs. The wires are on the orange piece you see on ( i think it is) the crank case. Should i move those cables on the spark plug?
LonnieJohnson1 (2 years ago)
+DE4THRE4P3R Yes!
Johnny Goodz (3 years ago)
Great video! We just got a 1995 GTX Bombardier from someone and it just clicked when we tried to start it. between your video showing me where the solenoid is and some other videos showing how to determine if the issue is with the solenoid or the starter, I am confident we will be able to turn this beast over! I will keep you posted, but thank you again for the video.
Blake Hintz (3 years ago)
Great video!! Helped a lot.
LonnieJohnson1 (3 years ago)
+Blake Hintz Thanks!
Anthony Espinosa (3 years ago)
Ran fine two weeks ago when I took it off the water no problems
Anthony Espinosa (3 years ago)
I have a 96 seadoo xp I keep blowing my bottom fuse in my back black fuse box with the starting silonoid in it I get power to gauges but I think it my fuse going to the vts box keeps blowing immediately the momoment power gets on I get no beeps with my keep like its not registered but power is on gauges and blow fuse instantly
Deb Blackwood (3 years ago)
Thank you, this was helpful
LonnieJohnson1 (3 years ago)
+Deb Blackwood Your welcome
Jonathan Hildreth (3 years ago)
Thank you. At the risk of appearing ignorant, should this be comparable to the 95' GTX? I have one and it will not crank. I press the start button and it makes a grinding noise. I replaced the spark plugs. I'm also in the process of (by trial and error) removing the carbs for clean/rebuild.
LonnieJohnson1 (3 years ago)
+Jonathan Hildreth Your welcome
VehicleReviewsCA (4 years ago)
my rpm and fuel gauge don't work but my oil light works when im running low on oil.  How do i fix the gauges? All 3 fuses in the box are fine.
LonnieJohnson1 (4 years ago)
You could have different issues. It could be the wiring, or it could be the gauges themselves. You will have to see which is bad by testing them. I would use a Multimeter and check the wiring first.
Angel Medina (4 years ago)
great video, Thanks.
Andrew Lyssand (5 years ago)
Well done!
J Andrew O'Connor (5 years ago)
Excellent video demonstration. Thank you.
TheBillD (5 years ago)
Lonnie, how do you get the cover back on? It seems really dumb but does the rubber seal just sit around the bottom edge or does it go into the grooves on the top edge? I can't get the dang thing back together! LOL
Sally Baer (5 years ago)
Great video..I have a 1996 seadoo sp that has a continous beep when running. Do you have any idea as to what causes this and how do I fix it? Thanks
Mike Kim (5 years ago)
the variable trim box had about half a handful of sand inside of it and the motor looked pretty corroded so I'm guessing its done but going to try to fix it anyways. Figured checking the fuse would be a good start. If you have any suggestion please let me know as I'm open to suggestions on fixing the vts
Mike Kim (5 years ago)
Hello. I am currently restoring the same seadoo and I have found your youtube page to be a priceless resource. Everything is going well except the vts is not working and I'm in the process of changing the 7.5 amp fuse but unsure what type of fuse to get. I was thinking ATC fuse but not sure.
TNdoremi (6 years ago)
THANKS, GOOD VIDEO.
Beast509 (6 years ago)
This was helpful.. i had to change my solenoid and wasnt sure how to get the box out.. saw this vid then i felt stupid.. lol.. but it was vry helpful.. thx.. i got a 92 Seadoo

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