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I have a 1994 Yamaha 40 horsepower 2-stroke outboard motor turns over won't start doesn't seem like it's getting gas change the fuel line any other suggestions

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Try removing a spark plug and make sure you are getting spark. If there is spark put a couple tablespoons of premixed fuel directly into the cylinder before putting the plug back in. It should fire right up, and hopefully will speed up the priming of the fuel system. Hope this is of some help to ya, good luck.

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