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    2004 yamaha xlt 1200 cylenders filled up with water

    i forgot to turn off hose and it filled up cylenders up with water do you think water got into crank case and if so how do i get water out?


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    Pull plugs and turn engine over to expel water. You need to then run it to get water out. Take some xtra plugs in case u foul them out. Gotta get the water out now

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    Quote Originally Posted by hewi02 View Post
    i forgot to turn off hose and it filled up cylenders up with water do you think water got into crank case and if so how do i get water out?
    Yea water went into the crank case, that's where the water is sitting. Pull the plugs and crank till most of the water is out.

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    do you think water went to the lower part of engine where crank is? what lubes the crank?

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    The crank sits in the crankcases which is the lower end. Oil lubes the 2 stroke motor. Get off here and get the water out before you have a paperweight

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