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Actually it can run like that!!!
You just need to use silicone on the gasket and make sure it seals.
And there is no huge gaps between
Not enough flow.
The flush: it needs to pick up water and flush the pump and then as the motor warms the thermo opens and the clean water
ed once again fantastic info! i think its possible the blown crank seals probably lew out any lube the bearing would have from the crank pressure.. once
Yup there's a bearing, unless you ran out of oil and burned it don't change.
If there is water in the lower(pressure test?) then a seal might need
My '95 4.3L Mercruiser is running a raw water cooling sys, 2BBL mercarb, 20gal tank. (SeaRay 185 OB)
She is a pig on fuel. That gauge drops like