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    Water in Cylinders

    Went out to run the 2000 pro 1200 on the hose and noticed a grey goo coming out of the exaust. Stopped the Ski pulled the plugs and all had a little water on them. Checked compression and have 145 in each. Whatever caused this just happened. What should I do next?


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    If it keeps up, then you may have a faulty head gasket or cracked head.. or cracked cylinder. It could just be condensation and the best thing for it right now is to take it out and run it! then when you get back, try it again on the hose and see if it has the same problem. One more thing - make sure to start it before turning on the hose, and then turn the hose off before hitting the kill button - if you don't do this you will get water in the engine.

    - just goes to show how important winterizing is, if the water has been in there for some time you may have corroded internals

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    I ran it for a little while on the water and hooked the hose back up and seeing the same thing. I guess I will pull the head off see what I can find.

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