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    Water in engine!!!

    Ok, so after changing the oil over and over again. How will I know When I get all the water out? Is that when it will start? It was running Last week, When I thought the water was gone. But It seemed that Seadoo did not take out the filter... It was dripping wet and Sucked in. I have Fuel and spark.


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    If your ski ingested water, you need to get the engine running. Try taking the plugs out and cranking the engine to get the water out of the cylinders. You may need to change plugs too. Once the engine starts and warms up, you will need to start changing the oil. If it's milky, then there is still water in the oil. Keep changing the oil until the is no milkynes. There is a section in the Service Manual titled "Water Flooded Engine" that you might try... Ron

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    Thanks, Thats where i'm at know. I keep changing the oil. So it will not start agian untill the moisture is gone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GROOVY MAFIOSO View Post
    Thanks, Thats where i'm at know. I keep changing the oil. So it will not start agian untill the moisture is gone?
    if all the water is out of the cylinders and she wont start.......ull prolly need to change ur plugs and ensure that ur fuel is not contaminated with water.....then run the motor and keep changing the oil like king said until the milkiness in the oil is gone.......

    if she still doesnt start....make sure u have spark and hope that ur electronics were not compromised....good luck

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    here you go.

    This has lots of good info. good luck and work fast.

    http://http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=51146&highlight=lake

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    pull the sc and suck all oil out through dipstick hole & also run a hose into the sc inlet of the block and suck out more oil from there. Trust me ya can get alot of oil out that way.
    is this neccessary to get water out that is in a hard to reach place? Or just a faster way to get the oil out? i have gone through abut 12 quarts of oil and it keps getting milky.

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    Groovy, can you explain a little more about how the water got in the engine? If the ski became partially submerged then you may have water in the intake manifold. If so, it will have to be removed and emptied before the ski will start.

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    My motor mounts broke and the motor slid foward and pulled the shaft out of the impeller. the carbon ring opened the seal and water got in the hull. i took it to seado for water extraction. but had no sparkto get it started. Fixed the mounts and a new ECM and had it runing last week for about 15 mins. Went to start it again later no luck. I keep changing the oil. it doesn't look bad on the dip stick. But it looks milky in the filter tube thing.

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    Have you tried turning it over without the plugs in?

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    yes I have done that many times..

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