I have winterized all my prior boats. But this will be my first time winterizing inboards. Am I missing anything in the steps below. Open the top of the sea strainer and insert a garden hose, turn the hose on, then run the motors on fresh water for 3 to 5 minutes, (towards the end I plan to mix in some salt away). Turn the motors off, then garden turn the hose off, and remove the water hose feeding water at the bottom of the manifold and drain the fresh water out of the exhaust. Place a 5 gallon bucket filled with pink on the cockpit floor and run a hose from that bucket down to the sea strainer and start the boat again. Hopefully the sea strainer will gravity feed with pink and then the water pump will keep pulling it from the 5 gallon container. After seeing pink come out of the side exhaust of the boat for 20 or 30 seconds shut her down and let the motors hibernate. I have already pickled the fresh water system, generator, and the AC system, so the above question is just for the engines. Please let me know if I am missing anything, like maybe the water pump will not suck the pink through the sea strainer do to lac of pressure, or air pockets, or anything that I might be missing. Also, is thre a safe way to start the motor from the engine compartment, avoiding have to have someone at the helm hitting the switch?