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    Engine Removal Help

    Can I take the motor out without removing the pump.
    I ordered the shaft tool but still need some help in the process of removal
    Any help and tips would be a big help. Thanks.


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    No, you are going to have to remove the pump in order to get the drive shaft out. Tip: pull the pump and put some paper towel in the prop splines where the shaft goes into the prop and put the pump back on. The reason is when you use the drive shaft tool, the drive shaft will move back and forward. The paper towel in the prop prevents this movement.

    Remember to drain the oil and coolant before pulling the engine.

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    Why are you pulling your engine?

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    I need to remove the broken S/C clutch from the oil system before it damages my motor.
    Franko. I`m not sure what you are telling me to do with the paper towls.
    If I pull the pump why would I reinstall it to remove the shaft.
    Could you break it doen a little.

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    eeeeew! I have been thru that. What a mess!

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    I cant let the dealer do it because they will drain the oil into the hull.
    They said sea doo will not pay them to pull the motor to clean the system
    how could this be done with the motor in the hull.

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    green hulk. Whats the process for the removal

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    It can be done with the engine in the hull it will just make a mess. It can be cleaned up!
    If you ski is under warranty I would urge you to let the dealer do it.

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    When you take the pump off there is an inlet in the prop where the drive shaft mates with the prop. You put some paper towel in that hole. You put the pump back on because you have to hold the drive shaft in place to take it off. If you have the special drive shaft holding tool, you don't need the pump in place. But there is no need to buy that tool. the pump with some paper towel works just as well. Here are some pics of what I am talking about:
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