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1997 Seadoo GTX 787 Have emptied gas tank and oil tank and cleaned due to sitting for four years and have also replaced fuel lines. Question is how to bleed the oil line of possible air? Someone told me it has to be done while running? Seems a little risky to me.
 

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Make sure oil is gettng to the line with the filter in it, if so disconect the filter from the hose going to the bottom of the oil pump, once oil starts coming out of the filter slowly let it pour into the hose thats disconnected then hook it back up, u shouldnt see any air bubbles in the line. Also on the injection pump there should be a bleeder valve. crack it loose untill it starts to drip oil out. Then u should be all good.
 
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