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I agree with previous. Pour into a covered glass jar, put the lid on & let stand. Typically you'll see a swirling at first but it will separate oil floats on the water, exactly! I used to work at a boat marina & used this trick to eliminate water in fuel as a problem.
Check the air filter to be sure you don't have a swimming pool you're sucking in.
It may also be that you got water into the electronics somewhere. I also worked in marine electronics shop. If you can find the problem, alcohol on Q-tips will remove it without residue.
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