Bombardier SeaDoo 1992 factory shop manual, Page 99Get this manual

Bombardier SeaDoo 1992 factory shop manual, Page 99

Section 04 COOLING SYSTEM Sub-section 03 (FLUSHIING AND CARE) CAUTIONAll hoses and fittings the cooling system have calilbrated
illustration and chart CAUTIONFailure perform cooling system to flushing, when watercraft is used in salt water, will result
in damage watercraft componentsSince the watercraft uses the same water where it sails, for propulsion and cooling systems,
this water flows everywhere in water jacketsIf the watercraft is being ulsed in salt water and cooling system is not regularly
flushed, salt will corrode components Infiltration in cooling system of any particle present in the water is unavoidableDeposit
accumulation can clog cooling system and lead to severe engine damage Flushing is necessary when the watercraft is operated
in : - salt waterdebris filled water - shallow water where the bottom is sandy andlor shell coveredFlushing the cooling system
with fresh water is essential to neutralize corroding effects of salt or other chemical products present in waterIt will