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    My SUV is blowing out water and oil.

    I cranked the SUV for the first time in about 2 months. It is parked in a garage. When I cranked it I noticed some water coming out. I was positive that all the water was out when I put it up. So The more I watched the more I could see it had oil in the exhaust. Could this just be residue build up in the exhaust water box? Any help of ideas? Thanks,
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    Yes its probably just remaining water that didn't come out from before.
    If your storing the ski you should crank it a couple times during the 1st week to clear all residual water out.
    I'd also fog the motor for storage longer than 3 weeks just to be safe.

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    Thanks Echo

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