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rrkrrk99

2007 VLX LCD screen ballast tank issue

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rrkrrk99

Hi, thanks in advance for any assistance! Just had new ballast pumps put in my 2007 VLX. First trip this summer on lake yesterday. When switched to the ballast screen on the LCD screen and filling all four tanks, the LCD screen shows the front and two rear tanks filling. But the screen doesn't show filling of the center tank. I looked under the floor and could feel the pump working and could see water sloshing in the tank to what should be the full point. But for the center ballast the LCD screen doesn't show anything. I played a little with the wires coming into the ballast pump as it was running to see if a wire going into it was loose or something, but still no indication on the LCD of the level of the center tank--just blank while the other three tanks indicate full. Definitely water in the center tank because I hit the button to drain and it peed out the side. I couldn't find how to attach a picture of the 2007 VLX LCD screen here, but if someone could tell me how, I will.

Any ideas of what could be the problem and what I could do myself versus taking it back to the service center? Thanks!

rrkrrk99

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Malibuwrench

Possibly a bad sending unit. Pain to pull but that is the next step in testing.

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