Outboard Motor Carburetor Cleaning




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Gabe Martin: Really great video it worked. Man i was about to take to the shop..Thank You so Much!!!

Ken Taylor: If your going to store an outboard for any length of time you should run fuel stabilizer in the fuel and then let it run through the engine.

Roy Edwards: Dude,.. Lovin' the background music!!

Alex Nguyen: Hi Matt, my name is Alex. Great video. I tried all the steps but engine still cut off after a minute or two. I have a 92 evinrude johnson v6 200. I did left boat in storage dor 2 yrs. Can you give me some suggestions. Thank you in advance.

Alex Nguyen: Hi Daniel, my Alex. I tried your method but engine still cut off after a minute or two or when I rev. Up the engine. I did left my boat in storage for a couple of years. Any good suggestion will help. Thanks in advance.

Jack Joy: jackjoy365@gmail.com

Jack Joy: looks like you didn't get it so here it is again. I have a 2008 Tracker 175 TXW with a Mercury 50 hp. when i give it gas it runs at about 1/2 speed for a while and all of the sudden it just takes off at full power. H&W Marine went through the Carbs and were fine. Replaced all 3 Power Packs and new spark plugs to no avail. Does this sound like it might be the Fuel Pump, if so what do i need to do just replace it as now it feels that i am getting nickeled and dime to death? Any suggestions would be helpful. jackjoy365@gmail.com

Jack Joy: Did you get my message on the 2008 Tracker 175 with a 50 hp.

Fishman Dad: u can text me the number is 202 316 9368

Fishman Dad: please tell me how did u mix the gas and carb cleaner

Fishman Dad: Hey mr , r u running your boat motor with just carb cleaner

Justin Bogden: 100% the wrong way to clean your carbs. j/s

Wilson Vorasane: Good job thanks for. Showing

moncorp1 Inc: 5:16 See the white fitting with the fuel line attached to it right in the center? That's a fuel screen/filter. Unscrew that and take a look at it while you're doing this. Should always just be hand tight. If its tighter than that, make sure to only put back on about 1/8 of a turn past hand tight when reinstalling. Those are often the culprits. They'll be black inside the screen when dirty. I suppose you can clean them in a pinch, but I always keep a couple of them handy and just replace them. Those are usually a bigger problem than the carbs.

Tony Toota: WHAT DO YOU USE TO CAP YOUR AUXILIARY HOSE?

Chan Crook: Thanks for the video. I have a 2003 90hp Bombardier Johnson. Same setup just the V4. This worked great and saved me a lot of money.

Randy Sherwood: Funny, NO one commented about how ridiculously high you were revving the outboard on dry with a flush mount on. Not enough water supply and NO back pressure... lucky it didn't lock up on you.

REV ON!!!

moreno3662: TIP! I use the exec 100 XD oil on my 1998 johnson 150 and no smoke at all.

stormennorm: I have a late 70's mercury outboard, 150 hp,i have to prime the carbs to start it but when it starts it runs good an restarts with the flick of the key. why do i have to prime it, how is it loosing the gas

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