Outboard Motor Carburetor Cleaning




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

Wilson Vorasane: Good job thanks for. Showing

moncorp1: 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

Craig Williams: I'm trying to locate a manual for a 79tlr 115 Johnson and not able to do so can you help

callmeBanjo: Hey man, thank you for this video. I bought a '93 Four Winns with original Johnson 115 2-stroke oil injected outboard, and had been having idling problems with it since day 1. I came across your demo here, and decided to give it a shot. I'm by no means an enlightened mechanic, but found this video informing enough to take care of my problem. I also installed one of those fuel selector valves because I think it's a great idea. Also, thanks for the info about letting the engine run out of gas if I'm not going to use it for again in less that a week's time. My engine did die on the cleaner/gas mixture a couple times at the very beginning, but I think it just needed to pass that gunk through and warm up a little bit. Because she is purring like a lion now. Thanks again. Great video. Screw the a$$hole$ that complained about the camera work. This video was enough to save my fall St. Croix river run I had planned.

BassHooker689 _: Good info man. Im off to clean my carbs!

Michael Jacobs: Heads up first check the filter to the fuel pump assembly right there in the front..middle..when you disessemble it its is shaped like a cone.Also you should replace your fuel water separator..maybe the illustrator already did this..But that should be your first course of action..And its relatively inexpensive..start simple first...then move on...I have a four year degree in marine mechanics guys...make sure you got a clean non restrictive fuel flow first.Fuel primer bulbs screw up too...If your running with a vro disconnected and mixing your own fuel This video is not for you..His oil injection system is operational...so you wont lean out and blow up your engine.

Paul Adkins: Good information ! Thanks!

Benjamin Fargen: thanks man!!!...great info!!!...you rock!!!!!

chuck roman: have the same engine same prob you nailed it thanx

Yea right: Dude you need a camera man or woman

Steve Mosley: good luck to you too. As soon as it gets daylight I'll be on that Lake going to Toledo Bend that's a pretty good-size the boat ran good today it would just had to use the choke to get it started

Steve Mosley: 96 Yamaha 70 horse outboard motor it will start and run but when you give it start to give it gas it dies have you put your choke on just a little bit and not run when any help would be greatly appreciated thank you

Evan Micele: just a heads up in future referance to much seafoam in your gas can seize your engine, i swear by seafood just be careful with high concentrations

Loc Lam: I just started my Johnson engine today with starter fluid, but it won't stay running. may I know what you add into the fuel? my engine had been sitting for more than a year, tks.

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