Didn't know this was even possible. Assuming you have indeed hydrolocked a gas engine with fuel
, you need to be very careful. You have a bomb and you need to defuse it. Remove sparkplugs. Suck fuel out and squirt in a tiny bit of motor oil
. Then you need to disassemble the exhaust
and get all fuel out or risk the destructive effects of a big explosive backfire event. Remove the carb and drain it fixing the float valve, fuel shutoff, anti-siphon or whatever it was that allowed this to occur in the first place. Drain and clean the carburetor. Finally, vacuum out the intake manifold, reassemble, start your blower motor
, wait a good long interval and attempt a start.
That's how I would handle it buy I'm crazy that way.