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    Starting problem

    So my gp760 went out of commission for the season a bit sooner than I would have liked, but I have gotten the opportunity to come home and try and winterize it. So I got everything ready to winterize it and it wouldn't start. So I tried to start it and I heard that awful noise that the bendix makes when it's not engaging and then I did it again and it barley turned over. I kept trying this until it stopped all together. Now it just makes a click noise. So I tried jumping it and charging the batter. Neither of these work. So now I have the issue that I need to winterize my ski before I have to go back to school and I have limited funds to change the starter or bendix or mess with the electrical. So what can do you all think I should do to fix and or winterize my ski before the winter comes? And I live in NY so no option not to winterize and can't store inside:/


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    Put some fogging oil down the spark plug holes and turn midshaft by hand

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