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    Default Thanks for info..(water in hull)

    Thanks for info.. Water did get into the engine. I removed the plugs and got the water out, oiled the cylinders down and tried to start. The engine fires and tries to start but hasn't stayed running. The plugs are fouled and the battery is getting low, so I want to replace plugs and charge battery. Found a small amount of water seaping thru at the water inlet hose/fitting at rear of hull. Have not fixed that problem yet. Want to get engine running first. Once againg thanks and if anyone has any other input, it would be appreciated.

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    Default Re: Thanks for info..(water in hull)

    It is important to get all the water out by running the engine hard in the water for 20 to 30 minutes. New plugs and battery should be jumped ski should be started as soon as possible.

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