I have a 06 seadoo sportster and when at a party on the water, I had my boat anchored and was walking around in the water, (the party was in shallow water where you could walk around) When I returned my boat was almost completely sunk im guessing from boats throwing wake. My engine bay flooded pretty bad, I got the water all out and towed it in.. I had to wait a couple days before I even got to look at it but when I did, the engine had a lot of water in it (I could see it in the spark plug holes) I read around and did what was recommended with the removing the plugs and spraying them out several times, I also changed the oil. After hours of spraying out the plug holes, I got new plugs, put everything back together and tried to start it, it sounded like it was going to start for about 5 seconds and then made a gurgling sound like when the water was in it in the first place. I took the plugs back out and there was more water!! Where else would this water be coming from and getting in the cylinder block and how can i get it out? Any help would be appreciated, how is more getting in after i clear it out?
HELP!!! 06 seadoo sportster water in engine (sprayed out plugs) more water comes in.
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