Question about Raymarine Smartpilot St8001 S1 E12117 Outboard System
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have a 90 hp force ob. when i run it with the ears she runs fine lets me bring the throttle all the way up. when i but it in the water thru the wake area i can do 4 mph once i'am out of the wake area and give it the gas she dies, any ideas
Posted on May 20, 2010
SOURCE: my outboard wont start
if you have spark and fuel it should atleast fire when you spray fuel in the carbs. if your spraying it just into the air intake it may not be making it to the intake manifold. have you checked the fuel pump? you also need to check for the possibility of a air leak in the fuel system causing the motor to fail to run because it has a very lean fuel mixture. check all fuel lines, fuel tank, couplers and carb gaskets. if you havent take the air intake cover off and try spraying some wd 40 or other mildly flammable product and see if the motor will fire that way. its likely the fuel tank or fuel lines are the problem from my point of view. good luck.
Posted on May 30, 2010
Testimonial: "thank you very much and i think ill replace all gaskets and fuel lines cheers"
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