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    Re: 2007 Water in oil

    Yes. All plugs have normal carbon build up. All are equally dirty. I believe the milky oil sat there for atleast a year.
    Before I took this all apart, the ski started and ran fine. But I didn't run for long because of the milky oil.

    I have 3 oil lines on the bottom of engine that are rusted. I ordered new ones but I don't see a way to replace these without pulling the motor. If I have to pull the engine out,

    How do I disconnect the driveshaft? Do I need any special tools?

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    Re: 2007 Water in oil

    Pull the jet pump and the drive shaft will pull to the rear, there's a cover on the drive shaft between the motor in the back of the ski is plastic you have to pull it off to then you have to pull all your wire harnesses all of your water lines. There's a good video on YouTube showing step-by-step exactly how to pull a motor out of one of these skis.

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    Re: 2007 Water in oil

    Awesome thanks. Yes I bought the ski like this. I've had a few aquatraxes before this but I never had a problem with any of those. This one is in great condition other than this issue so I'm pretty determined to find it. I will also do a compression test today.

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    Re: 2007 Water in oil

    All 4 cylinders are at 150PSI.

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    Re: 2007 Water in oil

    Damn it was heavy. lol
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    Re: 2007 Water in oil

    How do I align the motor after I put it back in? Do I need special tools?

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    Re: 2007 Water in oil

    Took apart the motor. Didnít find any cracks on the block that I can see. However found oil pump cracked (see pics). I donít see how but could this mix oil and water??
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    Re: 2007 Water in oil

    well the oil cooler is right above the oil pump and I believe the crack can cause the problem but a better question is why did it crack, might be broken inside? There was another post on here a guy took his apart to find the shaft from the pump broken.

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    Re: 2007 Water in oil

    Oil flows through the cooler and I'm pretty sure that front cover is all water flow, again I read a post here where a guy bought a used Honda, the guy that he bought it from thought the head was cracked but he ran it on the hose and found the problem and pulled that front cover off because water was gushing out of a crack in that cover.

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    Re: 2007 Water in oil

    Mine had a cracked front cover that was replaced. Somehow the oil pump is also cracked. I think the raised portion on the pump is keeping the front cover from sealing completely. I have no way to verify this but I have the engine torn to pieces and canít find any other cracks.

    my guess is that Water Got in the oil pump and froze.
    shaft on the oil pump is good
    Last edited by jldefonseka; 02-27-2018 at 04:51 AM.

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