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    Water in engine

    the gardenhose was on when the engine cut out. hose was still attached for approx. 20 sec. Do I definetly have water in my engine now. is there and easy way to figure this out. what steps should i take. thanks for any help


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    i have a 2005 sea doo RXT. if thats any help

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    Quote Originally Posted by billbillbill View Post
    i have a 2005 sea doo RXT. if thats any help
    Pull the plugs and turn the motor over. If nothing comes out you should be good to go. If the water box filled up it may blow the hose off when you fire it up. Cautious would be to pull the exaust hose off and check before firing.

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    pull the spark plugs out,hold throttle wide open and spin the motor over.

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    when i turn the motor over what exactly am i looking or listening for?

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    When you're leaning over the engine...(without sparks plugs)..as you fire the motor...you'll be looking for water to come shooting outa the engine...right at you.

    heh

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