Un-winterizing?

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Old 04-29-04, 12:11 PM
chrisphelps
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Un-winterizing?

Is there a such thing as un-winterizing or is it just a shops way of getting you to come back before the summer? If so, what steps need to be done?

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Old 04-30-04, 11:33 AM
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Id say its more in what all was done to it for winter. I like to just pull the plugs put a little # 10 oil in them and turn it over a few times,plugs out. Check the lower unit for oil and no water.Check the battery and all wires . You dont say what you have here so its hard to say just what.like does it have antifreeze is it ok. Id say have it done this year and stay there and watch and see what they do to you boat .then you can do it next year

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Old 05-01-04, 03:11 PM
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I just had a couple of Sea doos that i was selling and actually sold them before i could take them to the shop. The guy who bought them wanted to take them for a ride so i got to searching on the internet and poking around the engine and figured it out. I just lubed everything very well and filled them up with oil and gas and fired her up. Big puff of white smoke while the dust and lube burned out, but then they ran great. I can't believe i was paying $50 for those guys to spray lube and clean spark plugs.
 
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Old 05-23-04, 12:25 PM
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Just follow your manual to winterize. Nothing needs to be done to un-winterize. All lubes done prior to storage.
 
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