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    Water ingestion help!!!

    Went out today fir the last ride of the year, nor Easter conditions in new England. 6-7 foot waves but wasn't riding too hard. She started to bog so j brought it in, there was water up the the battery.

    Idk if I popped a hose or just from taking waves over the bow, but once I killed her, she now won't start.

    I've got it on a tilt right now draining, what do I do???


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    Anyone?

    Don't want to lose this ski

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    pull the plugs out and see if it turns over, you need to act fast and do some research on whats needed to get the water out. but you need to act fast or else kiss your engine goodbye

    change the oil and get the water out!

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    Pull the plugs and also remove the oil/water with a pump through the dip stick hole. Pull off intake manifold and get the water out of it. Oh yea and also the SCer.
    Then See if she kicks over. Install cheap ass oil and fire here up and run it for about 5-10 seconds and remove oil again. Do this about two times with cheap oil then go run her on the lake about 30 mins and change to good oil and run for about a hour to boil off any extra water in the oil.

    Atleast this is how I do it.

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    I do hope you dont have major damage on your engine!

    Hurry up getting all water out of your engine,otherwise your engine will R.I.P.

    The how to is mentioned in the thread above.

    First thing after repair is build in a bilge pump!

    Wish you luck.

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    What "cheap oil" should i use to get the water out? I won't be able to get to my dealer until Monday, so walmart is my only hope. I'm hoping they have a fluid extractor or else I'm introuble.

    The spark plugs have about 10 hours on them, and again I don't have access of my dealer until Monday, can I clean them somehow?

    I'll keep you posted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RX-Pike View Post
    What "cheap oil" should i use to get the water out? I won't be able to get to my dealer until Monday, so walmart is my only hope. I'm hoping they have a fluid extractor or else I'm introuble.

    The spark plugs have about 10 hours on them, and again I don't have access of my dealer until Monday, can I clean them somehow?

    I'll keep you posted.
    Blow the spark plugs out with air and they will probably workto get her dry.
    Use any 10-30 oil for a car for the cheap stuff as for the last and final oil change you will use Seadoo oil or Castrol gtx. Don't wait for the seadoo dealer. goto home depot or lowes and get a fluid drill pump if need be. It fits into your drill. Do you have a Academy? they will have a fluid pump.
    Boat shops also!
    Get the SCer off and and intake manifold.

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    Who wants to give me bad news? I pulled the supercharger and engine oil came spilling out. I'm no mechanic but I'd say I cracked or threw something. For shits and gigs, I dunked it in my lake to find the leak was a carbon seal.

    That's a burn after sinking 3000 into it and only getting 15 hours out of it.

    What do I do.....

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    Take it to a dealer.

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    My friend that is going to happen. It is a combo of engone oil and water in the cases. Get the Dang fluid extracter and get it out of the block and do as I said above. This is normal. Think about it. Extra water mixing with the oil over filled the block so ofcoarse it is going to come out were the SCer fits into as it is full of water and oil.

    DO as I said and get it out ASAP.

    I have done this about 5 time on friends boats.

    Hurry UP!

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