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eyorkfd

winterizing 23 lsv heater how???

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eyorkfd

guys/gals,

I have a 2001 23 lsv and started the winterization process today. I have drained everything, removed the impellar, fogged the engine, and cleaned the interior. The boat has a heater on it and I can't figure out how to drain the heater. Can someone please tell me where the heater core is located at and how I would go about draining it? Thanks in advance for any help/suggestions. If you all can think of anything I have missed please let me know. I sure don't want any supprises next year once again thanks.

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NorCaliBu

You don't need to locate the heater core just the supply and return lines on the engine. The supply line will be up on the top of the block and the return line will be down on the raw water intake hose. Disconnect both hoses and blow air through. Thumbup.gif You could feed a little anti-freeze through the line for some anti-corrosion protection.

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guys/gals,

I have a 2001 23 lsv and started the winterization process today. I have drained everything, removed the impellar, fogged the engine, and cleaned the interior. The boat has a heater on it and I can't figure out how to drain the heater. Can someone please tell me where the heater core is located at and how I would go about draining it? Thanks in advance for any help/suggestions. If you all can think of anything I have missed please let me know. I sure don't want any supprises next year once again thanks.

If you have a hot water shower you want to be sure and get all the water out of the lines and pump. RV / Marine antifreeze in it would keep seals moist too.

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Pistol Pete

I'd take a gander at this.

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