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Water into oil after going through creek and lost all compression. What can I do?

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Take the plug out, squirt oil in the cylinder, kick it without the plug in a few dozen times to clear the engine and pipe, install plug, kick until it starts. If still no compression, ya got engine problems-hole in piston or bent valve, etc

Posted on Jun 17, 2009

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Sounds like exhust valves rusted open or hung up.. pull head on cyclinder... drain crankcase oil put in fresh oil.. reassembile head with new gasket.

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