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Son got 2020 Pro Fxt in the creek. Only the front (fuse area) got wet. Everything comes on electronically, but it will not start. When I turn the key to on the oil light flashes. I don’t recall if it did this prior or not. Any help on where to start? I’m pulling fuses now, but haven’t found any that were bad yet
 

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The oil light flashes on my nearly brand new one when I turn the key on. If it were me, if this just happened, I’d let it dry out. Maybe pull fuses and spray the crap out of anything electrical that got wet with WD-40. WD 40 stands for water displacement formula 40. It used to be used for drying out electrical components on distributors etc.
Once it’s dried out and if it still won’t start you begin troubleshooting.
 

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Thx, we’ve checked all fuses and connections, changed the oil (it was clean) and it is trying to turn over, but still isn’t starting.
 

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spray some starting fluid or carb cleaner into the air intake and try to start it. if it fires and dies, fuel problem. No fire, no spark.
 

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Well after a week of sitting, after checking all fuses and changing oil (which was clean), it fired right up. I’ll take it easy a day or two and watch it to make sure no issues arise.
 

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Silicone spray has the same effect as WD-40 but won't dissipate as quickly. It will offer longer protection.
 

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ok so i just sunk my kawasaki brute force 750 what all do i need to do the get it back runing agin
 
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