Outboard Motor Carburetor Cleaning




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kukolino: Hi, I have a similar Motor (225) like you have ! When you look between the carburetors, there is this red square with a gray cap on . Remove the cap, and you see a valve Stem just like from a tire ! Just blow some air through this valve with a compressor, and it will blow all dirt out of your carburetor ! Than mix one can of SeaFoam with one gallon ethanol free gas , run it through your motor ! This will clean the jets and take care of carbon build up ! This saved my past weekend !

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.

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