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    Yamaha 2stroke engine needs fill up with coolerwater

    Hi

    I need some information about my yamaha waverunner jetski, im gonna store it in a cold garage, and im gonna post a picture for someone to please show me where i put the coolerwater, and how to do it.

    regards
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    After you have put stabil or fuel preservative in the gas, all you have to do as far as water in the engine, is to make sure you run the engine, out of the water, and without water, for a minute, blipping the throttle a few times. Do this a couple of times and you will see that the water that is coming out with the exhaust will quit, and then you know you have all the water out of the engine and water box. Fog the engine with oil or fogger spray, clean and spray wd40 or something like that on all exposed metal parts, and thats about it.

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