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Newbie here looking for input.

I pulled my ski out of storage last week and noticed some oil in the hull. I started it up and it ran fine, but it is blowing a LOT of oil out the exhaust. In the 30 seconds I ran it, I'd say a good 1/2 - 3/4 pint of oil was on the ground/ sprayed out of the exhaust. It looked like straight two cycle oil. A little more oil accumulated in the hull as well. After I turned off the engine a good bit still ran out of the exhaust.

Is there some type of valve that could be stuck or am I looking at something worse? It was winterized (I thought) fairly well, but could it be something that happened during the freeze in winter?

Thanks for the advice.
 

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Thanks bpann

Checked the lines and they seem OK. Pulled out the plugs and the cylinders are full of oil (not leftover from winterizing). So the oil injection must be pouring oil into the cylinders after the engine is turned off.

Any thoughts?
 
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