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89 bayliner ford 2.3 omc cobra fill engine oil to full mark..

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89 bayliner ford 2.3 omc cobra fill engine oil to full mark.. run boat about 1 half an hour engine is out of oil it was pumped out the exhaust with the water... what is causing this
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Boat
Expert:  Jason replied 1 year ago.
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There are only 2 things that would cause that. Either worn out piston rings, or bad valve seals. To tell which it is you would compression test the engine first. The results need to be a minimum of 100 psi. If any cylinder comes back lower than that, the rings are going to be the problem. If compression looks good, the engine is going to have bad valve seals.
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