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Date: September 14 2006 Subject: Storage Procedure for 4-TEC™ No. 2006-15
Engine Equipped Vehicles

MODEL YEAR MODEL MODEL NUMBER SERIAL NUMBER


2006 All 4–TEC engine equipped vehicles All All

NOTE: Refer to appropriate Sea-Doo SHOP  WARNING


MANUAL when servicing a Sea-Doo watercraft. Fuel is inflammable and explosive under
NOTE: Intercooler equipped models certain conditions. Always work in a well
require extra maintenance. Refer to ventilated area. Do not smoke or allow open
INTERCOOLER ANTIFREEZING PROTECTION flames or sparks in the vicinity. Fuel tank
section of this bulletin. may be pressurized, turn cap slowly when
opening. Never use an open flame to check
PROPULSION SYSTEM fuel level. When fueling, keep watercraft level.
Do not overfill or top off the fuel tank and
Verify jet pump grease for water contamination. leave watercraft in the sun. As temperature
Check for the presence of water in cone and increases, fuel expands and might overflow.
bearing; if so, replace oil seal and sleeve. Refer Always wipe off any fuel spillage from the
to SHOP MANUAL for proper procedure. watercraft. Periodically inspect fuel system.
CAUTION: Use only Bombardier* jet pump Always turn the fuel tank valve (if so equipped)
grease or equivalent, otherwise components to OFF position when storing the watercraft.
service life could be reduced. Do not mix
grease brands or types. ENGINE OIL AND FILTER
FUEL SYSTEM CHANGE
Change engine oil and filter.
Verify fuel system.
Refer to LUBRICATION in ENGINE section
Check fuel hoses for leaks.
of SHOP MANUAL.
Replace damaged hoses or clamps if necessary.
Fill up fuel tank completely. Ensure there EXHAUST COOLING
is no water inside fuel tank.
SYSTEM FLUSHING
NOTE: Sea-Doo Fuel Stabilizer (P/N 413 408 600)
Flush exhaust cooling system with fresh
or equivalent should be added in fuel tank to
water to prevent salt, sand or dirt accumulation
prevent fuel deterioration. Follow manufacturer’s
which will clog water passages.
instructions for proper use.
For proper procedure, refer to FLUSHING AND
CAUTION: Should any water be trapped inside
LUBRICATION in SHOP MANUAL.
fuel tank, severe internal damage will occur to
the fuel injection system (if so equipped).
CAUTION: Fuel stabilizer should be added
CLOSE LOOP COOLING
prior to engine lubrication to ensure fuel SYSTEM (ENGINE)
system components protection against Replaced antifreeze for the storage period to
varnish deposits. prevent antifreeze deterioration.

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Perform an antifreeze density test.  WARNING
For the coolant replacement procedure, refer At preseason preparation, ensure to perform
to the appropriate SHOP MANUAL. a fuel pressure test and ensure there is
CAUTION: Improper antifreeze mixture might no leak. Also run engine and check for
allow freezing of the liquid in the cooling system leaks. Refer to ENGINE MANAGEMENT
if vehicle is stored in area where freezing point section in SHOP MANUAL.
is reached. This would seriously damage the
engine. Failure to replace the antifreeze for THROTTLE BODY
storage may allow its degradation that could LUBRICATION
result in poor cooling when engine will be used.
Vehicles Without Throttle Body
ENGINE LUBRICATION
Fogging of the engine is recommended at the end
Quick Lubrication Kit
of the season and before any extended storage Lubricate the throttle body to prevent corrosion
period to provide additional corrosion protection. on external and internal parts especially if
The goal is to lubricate the engine intake valves, the craft is used in salt water.
the cylinders and the exhaust valves. Remove the air intake hose from throttle body.
To fog the engine , proceed as follows: Open the throttle body valve by pressing slightly
Remove the two bolts that hold the fuel rail on. the throttle lever and spray BOMBARDIER LUBE
Remove the rail along with the three fuel injectors. lubricant (P/N 293 600 016) through the throttle
body bore to lubricate valve mechanism.
Spray liberally BOMBARDIER LUBE lubricant into
the intake ports. Ensure enough BOMBARDIER Spray generously the external parts
LUBE is sprayed in the intake ports so of throttle body.
when the engine is cranked the exhaust Install air intake hose.
valves will be fully lubricated. NOTE: A throttle body optional quick lubrication
Crank engine several times while keeping kit can be purchased (P/N 295 501 048) to
throttle fully depressed (drown engine mode) facilitate maintenance by creating a direct access
to distribute lubricant in cylinders, on intake to the throttle body valve mechanism.
valves and exhaust valves.
Carefully inspect O-rings condition before Vehicles With Throttle Body
reinstalling fuel injectors. Replace O-rings Quick Lubrication Kit
with new ones if damaged. Lubricate O-rings
with injection oil prior to installing. Late production vehicles are equipped with a
throttle body quick lubrication kit. Their location
Reinstall the injectors. may be different depending on the model, but they
Apply Loctite† 243 (P/N 293 800 060) and all can be easily located with the seat removed.
torque the two bolts that hold the fuel rail on to
10 N•m (89 lbf•in).
Make sure there is no leak at injectors when
cranking the engine in the upcoming steps.
 WARNING
If a leak is present, immediately stop
the engine. Do not start engine until
the leak is repaired.

† Loctite is a registered trademark of Loctite Corporation.

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Connect an extra piece of hose to the upper
intercooler nipple and pour approximately 200 mL
(6.76 oz U.S.) of antifreeze into the intercooler.
Then pour approximately 300 mL (10.14 oz
U.S.) of antifreeze into the upper Intercooler
hose, toward the exhaust manifold.
Reconnect the intercooler upper hose.
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CAUTION: Failure to pour antifreeze into the
intercooler and exhaust manifold, may cause
severe damage to these components.
Lubricate the throttle body to prevent corrosion
on external and internal parts especially if CAUTION: Use only undiluted antifreeze (100%
the craft is used in salt water. concentration). The premixed antifreeze
available from BRP is NOT suitable for this
Remove the throttle body lubrication fitting cap.
particular application. Its concentration will
Open the throttle body valve by pressing slightly be reduced when mixed with remaining
the throttle lever and spray BOMBARDIER water trapped in water jackets.
LUBE lubricant (P/N 293 600 016) through the
NOTE: Antifreeze must be compatible with
fitting to lubricate valve mechanism.
internal combustion aluminum engines. It is
Spray generously the external parts recommended to use biodegradable antifreeze.
of throttle body. This will contribute to protect the environment.
Close the throttle body lubrication fitting cap. Recreational vehicle (RV) antifreeze can be used.
NOTE: The engine will not have to run during
INTERCOOLER AND this operation but should have been ran before,
EXHAUST MANIFOLD to exhaust as much water as possible, from
cooling system components.
ANTIFREEZE PROTECTION
The intercooler and manifold are not self draining; BATTERY
they need the following protection. Remove
With the vehicle leveled, remove both Clean
intercooler hoses [1] and [2].
Charge
Store
Refer to CHARGING SYSTEM in SHOP MANUAL.

WATERCRAFT CLEANING
Clean the bilge with hot water and mild detergent
or with bilge cleaner. Rinse thoroughly. Lift front
end of watercraft to completely drain bilge. If
2 any repairs are needed to body or to the hull,
1 touch up paint and Gelcote†† repair kits are
available. Replace damaged labels/decals.
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Wash the body with soap and water solution
(use mild detergent only). Rinse thoroughly
Let the intercooler drain and at the same time with fresh water. Remove marine organisms
position the bottom hose as low as possible into from the hull. Apply a nonabrasive wax.
the bilge to drain as much water from the exhaust
manifold, then reconnect the bottom hose.

†† Gelcote is a registered trademark of Gelcote International.

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CAUTION: Never clean fiberglass and plastic
parts with strong detergent, degreasing
agent, paint thinner, acetone, etc.
If the watercraft is to be stored outside,
cover it with an opaque tarpaulin to prevent
sun rays and grime from affecting the plastic
components, watercraft finish as well as
preventing dust accumulation.
CAUTION: The watercraft must never be
Ieft in water for storage. Never leave the
watercraft stored in direct sunlight.

ANTICORROSION
TREATMENT
Wipe off any residual water in the engine
compartment.
Spray BOMBARDIER LUBE lubricant over all
metallic components in engine compartment.
Lubricate the throttle cable with
BOMBARDIER LUBE lubricant.
Apply an anticorrosion product (P/N 219 700 304)
on drive shaft. Refer to PROPULSION is
appropriate SHOP MANUAL.
NOTE: The seat should be partially left
opened during storage. This will avoid engine
compartment condensation and possible corrosion.

CHECK LIST
OPERATION ✔
Propulsion System
Fuel System
Engine Oil and Filter Change
Exhaust Cooling System Flushing
Close Loop Cooling System (engine)
Engine Lubrication
Throttle Body Lubrication
Intercooler and Exhaust Manifold
Antifreeze Protection
Battery
Watercraft Cleaning
Anticorrosion Treatment

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October 16, 2008 Subject: Storage Procedure No. 2008-10

YEAR MODEL MODEL # SERIAL #


2008 All All All

This is just a quick reference to the storage pro- NOTICE Should any water be trapped inside
cedure. Refer to the appropriate SHOP MANUAL fuel tank, severe internal damage will occur to
for the complete storage procedure. fuel injection system.
NOTE: Carry out the following tasks in the same
order as detailed in this bulletin. Throttle Cable Lubrication
Lubricate throttle cable with XP-S Lube.
PROCEDURES
Propulsion System
Fuel System Jet Pump Grease Inspection
Fuel System Inspection Refer to SHOP MANUAL for proper procedure.
Inspect all fuel hoses for leaks. Replace damaged
hoses or clamps if necessary. Drive Shaft Lubrication
Refer to DRIVE SYSTEM subsection in 2008
NOTICE Salt water use may cause clamps to
SHOP MANUAL.
prematurely corrode. Therefore, they would
require a closer look and a more frequent pre-
ventive replacement.
Engine
Exhaust System Flushing
Fuel System Protection
Inspect all exhaust and coolant hoses for leaks.
BRP fuel stabilizer (P/N 413 408 600) or equiva- Replace damaged hoses or clamps if necessary.
lent should be added in fuel tank to prevent fuel
deterioration. Follow manufacturer’s instructions NOTICE Salt water use may cause clamps to
for proper use. prematurely corrode. Therefore, they would
require a closer look and a more frequent pre-
Fill up fuel tank completely. Ensure there is no wa-
ventive replacement.
ter inside fuel tank.
Refer to EXHAUST SYSTEM subsection in 2008
WARNING SHOP MANUAL.
Fuel is inflammable and explosive under
certain conditions. Always work in a well Engine Oil and Filter Replacement
ventilated area. Do not smoke or allow open Refer to LUBRICATION subsection in 2008 SHOP
flames or sparks in vicinity. Fuel tank may MANUAL.
be pressurized, turn cap slowly when open-
ing. When fueling, keep watercraft level. Do Throttle Body Lubrication
not overfill or top off fuel tank and leave Refer to ELECTRONIC FUEL INJECTION subsec-
watercraft in direct sunlight; as temperature tion in the 2008 SHOP MANUAL.
increases, fuel expands and might overflow.
Always wipe off any fuel spillage.

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Intercooler Protection Exhaust System Protection
255 Models (X Packages) In areas where temperature may freeze, water
trapped in the exhaust system must be removed.
It is important to expel any trapped water that may
have accumulated from condensation in the exter- Refer to STORAGE PROCEDURE in the 2008
nal intercooler. SHOP MANUAL
Proceed as follows: Engine Coolant Test
1. Removed the intake hose from the throttle NOTE: Antifreeze replacement should be per-
body. formed every 2 years.
Perform an antifreeze density test.
NOTICE Improper antifreeze density in cold
areas may lead to serious engine damage.

Battery
Remove, clean, charge and store.
Refer to CHARGING SYSTEM in SHOP MANUAL.
NOTE: Poor maintenance and improper charging
methods contribute to the majority of battery
failures. Over 60% of battery claims are filed
after the storage season. BRP will not consider
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claims for batteries following a storage sea-
1. Intake hose (from intercooler)
2. Throttle body son.

2. Start and rev up the engine to 4000 RPMs sev- Watercraft Cleaning and
eral times.
Protection
Refer to STORAGE PROCEDURE in the 2008
SHOP MANUAL

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WATER EXPELLED FROM INTERCOOLER

3. Stop engine.
4. Liberally lubricate throttle body inside and out.
5. Clean off any lubrication on the throttle body
intake hose flange.
6. Install air intake hose to the throttle body.

Engine Lubrication
Refer to ENGINE LUBRICATION in STORAGE
PROCEDURE section in 2008 SHOP MANUAL.

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