How to Winterize a Kawasaki Jet Ski?

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When winter comes around, it is important to store your Kawasaki Jet Ski properly, to make sure it is in good shape for the next summer. It is important to run the engine on dry land long enough to make sure all the water is out of it. It should take less than a minute. Then it is important to add a fuel stabilizer to the gas tank, which will protect the engine and carburetor. Wash down the entire jet ski with soap and water, and dry it, to make sure that nothing grows on it, like mildew. Prepare the engine for storage by taking out the filter and spark plugs and spray the carburetor and spark plug cylinders before putting them back in place. Finally, remove the battery and store it in a safe location for the winter.
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How to Winterize a Kawasaki Jet Ski
The end of summer means it's time for boat and personal watercraft owners to prepare to store their equipment for the winter. Winterizing a jet ski involves much more than driving it into a boat house and throwing a cover over it. Properly winterizing... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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