07-07-2013, 08:57 PM #1
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2006 SeaDoo GTI SE - Water in Oil
Need a little help, My Seadoo got flipped upside down by a friend who was riding it and apparently it stayed upside down long enough to get water in the oil. On this model there is no oil drain, you have to pump it out of the dipstick tube. I'm wondering if anyone out there has had some experience with this model and trying to get all of the water out. I'm assuming I will have to remove and add oil several times but it seems like you wouldn't get all of the water out. Should I change oil and the filter each time ? I've heard something about boiling it out ? The oil is about the color of coffee cream, very light. Is there anything I should add to help flush ? How long should I run it after each oil change ? Any info would be helpful..... thanks.
07-10-2013, 10:15 AM #2
07-10-2013, 12:23 PM #3
07-10-2013, 01:46 PM #4
Hit the search function on here.
Your ski is like all the other doos when it comes to changing oil.
Time is not on your side.
The longer the water is in there the more overall damage.
I've done 1 complete oil change before and taken skis to the water and let them run on the trailer for 30 min.
It gets all the rest of the moisture out.
Was it fresh or salt water??
07-10-2013, 10:45 PM #5
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Thanks Viking24..... and wotxxxsd it was in a fresh water lake.
07-10-2013, 10:54 PM #6
It still needs to be up and running ASAP...
Pull the spark plugs before spinning her over.
Do the oil change with filter and let her run for 30+ min at the lake to burn off the moisture.
Don't run it on the hose for more than 1-2 min.
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