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I had the same problem with mine, let me see if I can find the picture I took.
Just above the red arrow on the choke, the linkage has to be firmly clipped in that little black clip. Unless that is in place, you are only throttling one carburetor! Drove me crazy trying to find the answer to that one and it happened after the marina engineers had replaced a leaking fuel hose. Mine was a two stroke, but I bet the linkages are the same to the carbs.
Posted on May 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Start by adjusting your idle mixture screw. Start at 1 1/2 turns out and with the engine in gear at an idle slowly turn the screw clockwise until the engine starts to die, then back off a half turn and that will be your proper setting. If you need to you can bump up your idle stop screw just a touch so it will hold also.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
Hi, did you buy your engine used? Sounds like your gonna have to get the carb or carbs cleaned. Its possible you could have a stopped up fuel filter, or not enough spark but i am guessing its gonna be the carbs. They got some gunk in em i bet. Probably old fuel turned to gunk from setting up. I had the same problem on my 40 horse.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
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I have 1969 5hp Johnson. Starts and runs good, but will only push a 14ft row boat slow at low to medium rpm. When at higher rpm the the motor just revs up and the boat slows down to almost nothing just like it has seaweed around prop.Any help would be great.
Posted on Mar 13, 2010
sound like a fuel issue if the engine set for a long period you may need to clean the carburators sounds like they are clogged
Posted on Jul 07, 2012
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