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    flood engine

    I just went to the beach, and I get my engine flood I need help ASAP


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    flood engine

    Do you mean you flooded it with gas? Did you flood the engine with water?

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    what material do you use ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ticketplease View Post
    Do you mean you flooded it with gas? Did you flood the engine with water?

    with water!

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    Get the oil pumped out ASAP and buy several gallons of Automatic Transmission fluid and fill the egine to the top to stop corrosion. Pull the top fitting off the turbo and fill it up with AT fluid also. Take the engine to a Pro and be sure and tell them not to try and crank it until the AT fluid is removed from the cylinders or you'll bend a rod.
    The engine/turbo will corrode in just hours with salt water....

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