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I have changed fuel filters and oil and filter,on my 90hp honda

I have changed fuel filters and oil and filter, idles ok its just that it stops when going into foward or reverse ,do i need to adjust the valves its done about 1500hrs.thanks rodger

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Fuel system possibly airlocked,depends what engine you have.

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