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when no question is asked no will ever help . call a repair shop . perhaps they can read your mind I can not

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there never was one when I worked for dealership split lower unit to get to it shift rod has a coupler that has to be loosened then just pull apart care must be taken when putting back that water tube sleeves are in place also

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What do you mean by gas?

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Check the ignition system, check for spark at the plug, if it has no spark check your points, ignition coil, etc. If it has spark you need to check the fuel system so that's gonna boil down to an obstructed fuel line, a clogged fuel filler, or something in the carburetor(s). That should lead you to figuring it out my friend, best of luck. It's always either air, fuel, or spark! If one or more of the 3 are missing it'll never run(not right if it does), those basics always apply to an internal combustion engine of any age or size, whether carbureted or fuel injected. Thanks and Best of Luck
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it sounds like your carburetor float is stuck,sometimes you can tap on the carb. bowl to dislodge the stuck float.carburetor probably needs cleaning.what type gas have you been using?need to use only non ethanol fuel.

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Before 2008. Last sold in 2007.

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I feel your carburettor has a faulty float. It allows the gas to keep flowing till the engine is full or flooded. The float is made to cut the flow of gas off when the engine shuts down.

Johnson Boating | 137 views | 1 helpful votes


A little hard to say.. Should clear on its own. Try disconnecting the batteries for an hour ... if I remember correctly there are different types of bedpan for each malfunction.... Long and on to short beeps in different sequences. One thing that makes a boat act like it has a gremlin is a failing thermostats... Chevy Serra does the same backwards flips. So if the batteries load test good and the connections are solid then I'd be checking for a partially plugged thermostat or restricted cooling line or failing water pump. ( change at least every three years , ) costs a few hundred dollars to service an engine , takes a lifetime to row back in.

Johnson Boating | 60 views | 0 helpful votes


THE HIGH SPEED IDLE LEVER OR THE BATTERY

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CHANGE THE LINKAGE JUST A BIT

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the bendix gear should be available at any starter/alternator rebuild shop

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Idle adjustment is done on the left (driver) side of the motor by turning the adjuster on the black cable running to the control box at the console. There are 2 one is tensioned to select the gearing. F - N - R

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