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The only way to check properly is to pressure check when empty.
Get a bicycle pump and adapt a pressure gage to it and
Would you think it's "more than likely" a yoke seal? Just by eye balling it "seems" it could be coming from that area. While in
It is also possible, but not very likely, that your new battery is defective. There may be a defective connection of the positive terminal inside the
Agreed, the localized heat is coming from a high resistance at the point of the heat. Most likely a coating of corrosion on the cable terminal. Remove
Sorry if I am posting in the wrong spot! Anyhow, I recently picked up a new boat with a 08 Mercury 50 2 stroke the boat also has the gen 2 mercontroller.