What happens if you don’t winterize your jet ski?
If You Don’t Winterize Your Boat, Here’s What Happens: Water freezes and expands and can damage anything it’s trapped inside. Water may seep into unprotected spaces to do this. Acidic and corrosive wastes, salt and corrosion buildup can damage delicate parts in engines. Fuels break down or grow dirty.
What does it cost to winterize a jet ski?
It is going to cost about $700 to have your jet ski winterized. The price will change depending on where you live and the services you are requesting. This is an average price you will pay, and of course, there will be other factors which could play into the price.
How much antifreeze Do I need to winterize my jet ski?
Do not use regular automotive antifreeze. The antifreeze will prevent any fluids from freezing in the exhaust system while the jet ski is stored. Mix one gallon (3.8 L) of RV antifreeze and one gallon (3.8 L) of water in a five gallon (18.9 L) bucket. Flush the mixture through the exhaust system.
How do you winterize a jet ski that won’t start?
To winterize a jet ski that won’t start, first remove the spark plugs and spray fogging oil. Next use gravity to force RV antifreeze into the cooling system. After that, spray fogging oil in the carburetor and move the PTO driveshaft. After this is complete, replace the spark plugs and you have a winterized ski.
How many gallons of antifreeze does it take to winterize a jet ski?
The antifreeze will keep any fluids in the exhaust system from freezing while your jet ski is being stored for the winter. Mix 1 gal. (3.8 L) of RV antifreeze with 1 gal. (3.8 L) water in a 5 gal.
How much does it cost to winterize a Seadoo?
It costs around $25 to winterize a Sea-Doo if you do it yourself excluding oil change ($5 -RV antifreeze, $10 – lubricant spray, $10 – fuel stabilizer). If you get it done by a professional service shop or an authorized dealer, it can cost up to $150-$300 to winterize your Sea-Doo.