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    Jul 2006
    Owensboro, KY

    How to flush a 2005 RXP

    Hey I'm new so please take it easy. After riding in freshwater I always like to flush my motor (thats what I always did with my old 150 merc EFI) anyway how do you do it on this seadoo... I have read the manual and the pictures are so bad you can't tell where to screw the hose in.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Jun 2005
    West Palm Beach Florida
    Welcome to the forum. No problem asking questions like that. You have come to the right place.

    You dont need to screw it in . There is a quick connect at the back either to the right or left side of the reverse bucket. I have an rxp and rxt and the connectors are on different sides so I dont remember which is which but you will see it.

    The PWC should have come with a flush kit.

    I hook it up to the hose and then snap it in place on the ski. Then I turn on the ski and then turn the water on. And then when I am done I shut off the water then shut off the ski.

    Make sure you do it in that order. I think the manual tells you how long to do it. I usually run it about 4 to 5 minutes, especially after running in salt.

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