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Jet Drive Debris Removal Procedure

1. If debris or rocks are ingested into the suction side of the jet, damage may occur.

Symptoms of debris entry may be:

2. If rocks or debris are ingested into the jet drive:

NOTE: After debris entry in shallow water always check intake grate for rocks sticking between the bars upon removal of boat from water, remove these rocks.

3. If excessive sand is ingested into the jet drive: symptoms of sand entry are

4. Open petcocks in exhaust manifolds to check for sand.

5. Remove exhaust manifold cooling hoses - check for sand.

6. Remove end caps on heat exchanger and flush.

7. Replace hoses and heat exchanger end caps.

8. Start engine amd check for jet water flow through exhaust manifolds and hoses.

NOTE: If debris or sand is still present in cooling system repeat steps.




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