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    How to winterize a NON running motor.

    Hello as all of you prob know i cant get my ski to start. It cranks and cranks but not starting. My question is how can i winterize this motor if its not starting, any solutions???


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    remind us again what model it is. Most of the newer, 94 and up, skis are self draining where there is no water to worry about. All I would do is squirt some oil down the plug holes and crank here over a couple of time.

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    1999 slth 700

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    Squirt some fogging oil in the carbs while turning it over then squirt some into the spark pulg holes.

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    Cool will do Whats this about the self draining???

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    The cooling water is self draining, no need to add antifreeze.

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