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    cooling system bleed outlets on 2001 LRV

    Hey People,
    I have a 2001 SeaDoo LRV and I have a question regarding the rear cooling system bleed outlets near the boarding platform, next to the towing hook. I notice that when I first start the ski water is coming out fairly good stream. After being in the water for a about 10 min or so...they stop bleeding water. Should they always be ON? Is this normal and what controls the bleeding of water?


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    Do they stop pissing even while under full throttle or is the observation at idle?

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    I think they stop pissing when I notice the temp drop down below 80 Deg F. I haven't checked if they stop pissing at full throttle, since I'm usually the one driving it...
    I'll have to check that next time. They do however stop pissing after I come back from a 10 min drive or notice it. Should they always be pissing?

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    If i knew,...I wouldn't ask sea-one's Avatar
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    The Motor gets it its pressure and supply from the jet pump when running, Check the wear ring/impeller for condition as it needs to be in decent shape to cool and overall perform

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