Question about Suzuki Boating
The easiest visual test to see if your motor is pumping cooling water is that the water will come out the "check hole" just below the engine bonnet.
However. it's possible that the check hole has become clogged with debris. A piece of thin wire or even a toothpick should be enough to get the debris loosened so water will flow.
You can buy "ear muffs" at any chandlery to hook your motor up to a garden hose for your test.
If steam is coming out of the hole, SHUT THE MOTOR DOWN IMMEDIATELY! You'll overheat the motor and cause a very spendy repair job.
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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