So the next step is I’m going to have to pressure test the block somehow! This is an open loop cooling system, so there is no easy way pressurize the cooling system. My Sea Doo’s are closed loop. Just put my radiator pressure tester on the coolant recovery tank. Pressurize it to 15 pounds and… Continue reading Pressure Test The Block?
I have found that is is a lot more difficult than working on than a Sea Doo. There does not appear to be a single place to find parts and knowledge about these boats. It seems that Sea Ray only builds the hull and sources everything else to others like Mercruiser. Everything here seems to… Continue reading Leak Down Test
All good with the plugs. Running rich but not a single plug that looks steam cleaned or new, which is a good sign for valves and the cylinder walls. It also means there is not a head gasket or water intrusion into the cylinder that way. It also means that there is a good possibility… Continue reading Pull the plugs and see what is going on in the cylinders
I Started with Draining the oil and water from the cooling system. As stated prior, I do not want to start this motor again until I get the old oil and water out and find out how it got there. This oil is thick and won’t pump out. Luckily there is a quick drain line,… Continue reading Oil And Water Draining
Repair of Sea Ray 210 Select with a bad motor, electrical and wiring