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  1. Bent strut or prop shaft?

    Thanks for the replies, fellas. Yeah its definitely a bummer. Dark - thanks for the advice, I'll check that out today. Sent from my SM-N900V using Tapatalk
  2. Bent strut or prop shaft?

    Here is one more picture. Sent from my SM-N900V using Tapatalk
  3. Is it me or does the strut or prop shaft look bent? I had the family on the lake over the weekend and hit floating log what felt was dead on. Afterwards it seems that there is a slight vibration once above 20 mph. Once I got it back on the trailer I inspected it and noticed what appears to either a bent strut or bent shaft but looking for other's opinion. I assume the gap space where the shaft runs through the strut should be even but it appears that the gap is larger on the left side and appears to be almost no gap on the right side. Has anyone experienced this before? Thanks Sent from my SM-N900V using Tapatalk
  4. Here is a picture of her. Sent from my SM-N900V using Tapatalk
  5. Thanks guys...I'm getting it scanned this week to check the fault code and will go from there. Bongo - what you say makes sense and I'm hopeful that the issue is just an alternator. I replaced one of the batteries with an exide deep cycle battery last July and either the battery is bad or the alternator killed it because it's fully charged but only putting out about 4 volts when connected to my batter charger. Before we went out on Friday I went ahead and replaced the 2nd battery with a new exide battery as well. That could be the reason why I was able to get to the ramp. Sent from my SM-N900V using Tapatalk
  6. Hi everyone, First I'd like to introduce myself. long time lurker here since purchasing my my 2013 Avalanche last year. Boat ran great all last summer. The family and myself couldn't be happier with our new boat and so glad we went with Centurion. Our last first boat was a 2000 malibu and experienced nothing but issues every time we tried to get on the water. Yesterday we experienced our first issue that I'm hoping that someone may have some knowledge to share. It was our first day out this season and the boat ran great all day but on the way back to the ramp I was running about half throttle and all a Sudden the motor loss power (sputtered) for a second. The alarm beeped and the check engine light popped up on the micro touch screen. I turned it off and sat for a few minutes before restarting. It started fine and everything was running great while idling. The check engine light was off. Oil pressure and temp were both good. I opened the throttle again and it was fine for a short time then did it again. Split second loss of power, the alarm went off again, and the check engine light came on Again. I stopped it again and checked the oil which was good. From there I started it back up and eased to the ramp. Any idea what the issue may be? I'm in Atlanta and hope that I don't have to take it to the dealer I purchased from in Wedowee AL. From what I read online I believe that anytime the alarm goes off it triggers a code for diagnostics but There's not much information online regarding the touch screen. Is there a way to pull up the diagnostic code on the touch screen or does it need to be hooked up to a scanner. Any help you guys can share is very much appreciated. Thanks! Keith Sent from my SM-N900V using Tapatalk

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