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I have a 1985 johnson 90hp outboard ,which I am changing from a VRO fuel pump to a conventional pump which has 3 hose inlets. To which outlets do I hook up ,fuel in, fuel out, & pulse to the new pump? I know which hose is which,but not where it goes on new filter.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Size of fuel hose
Mate.If the fuel hoes is no good,cut off about 1inch of hose and take to a hose supply shop.It will be cheaper than buying a 'real' part.Or take the whole thing.Make sure you tell them it's a fuel line to get the correct type of hose.Hope this helps
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
hi obviously a fuel fault someware / when motors are winterised the fuel system is usualy emptied, this causes gaskets and diaphrams to dry out and split try it with the tank filler off /replace the diaphram in the carb and i am pretty shure that will solve the problem /nb / as this motor has stood for a time and does not do much work /outboards love work check the water pump impellor and put a spoonful of oil in a full tank of gas hope this helps merlin v12
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
go to an auto parts store and get a can of gasoline additive called seafoam. Read the label so you know how much to add to your 6 gallon tank. This stuff works wonders on outboard motors.
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
SOURCE: vro pump on a 92 johnson 150hp
If you are having problems with the VRO then I would just remove or disable it and mix your own fuel. It is cheaper and there have been alot of problems with those going out while the engine is running and then they sieze their engine because of the faulty VRO. Mix your fuel 50:1 and you will be able to run all day!
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
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