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    I HAVE AN OLD JONHSON 9.5 AND

    I HAVE AN OLD JONHSON 9.5 AND WAS WONDERING WHAT THE GAP IS FOR IT? THANKS FOR YOUR HELP.
  2. " This message is obviously lo

    " This message is obviously long after the original message was posted, so it is mostly intended for the readers. Many OMC drive shift linkages are not adjusted properly - I had a NEW drive that...
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    " Marcus, If the drive wa

    " Marcus,

    If the drive was leaking for a while you may have a real problem, but to give a little encouragement - fill up the drive with cheap fluid and try starting it. It is possible that...
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    " Unless you have the wrong pi

    " Unless you have the wrong pitched prop, which you probably already have verified, I would recommend trying a rebuild on the carburator. The accelerator pump could be shot or one of internal gaskets...
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    "Check with Scott at [url=""]c

    "Check with Scott at coclay@shaw.ca tell him Jeremy sent you, he is away until Saturday but I know he has a LOT of old outboard parts."
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    " Just dipping a carb in clean

    " Just dipping a carb in cleaner will not clean it properly. You need to use compressed air to clean passages, jets etc. If you post the serial/model number one of the board gurus might be able to...
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    " I believe all that is is oil

    " I believe all that is is oil/fuel that has not been burnt. Nothing to worry about unless it gets excessive. Check your fuel/oil mixture, should be 50/1. "
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    "This might work? [url=""]h

    "This might work?

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2433011772&category=26454"
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    "This might work? [url=""]h

    "This might work?

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2433011772&category=26454"
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    "Not sure if this will help yo

    "Not sure if this will help you but it states it lists outboard prices for Hiawatha...?

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2432429588&category=26453"
  11. " The solenoid is the place to

    " The solenoid is the place to start, cheaper than the rebuild of your starter I would imagine.....? The "click" you hear might be the solenoid "not" working...? Good luck. "
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    It DOES NOT work for this app

    It DOES NOT work for this application.
  13. Thread: Carb rebuild

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    "I live in Victoria BC Sushi a

    "I live in Victoria BC Sushi and would be happy to have a look at it for you. I have worked on outboards for the last 16 years and tinkered with engines in general for 26 years. Drop me a line if...
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    " Thanks Aldo, there are four

    " Thanks Aldo, there are four different versions of this engine and the manual I have is a little confusing about specs for individual engines. I will give it a go with those specs, thanks again. "
  15. " Take the steering linkage ar

    " Take the steering linkage arm off and undo the large nut on the end of the motor steering tube. A lot of times if there is no room to withdraw the steering cable 'shaft', on smaller boats you come...
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    " The counter rotating legs ar

    " The counter rotating legs are hard to find, but not impossible, good luck. Thanks Merc Dude. "
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    Coil...?

    Coil...?
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    You need to obtain a 'cou

    You need to obtain a 'counter-rotating ' leg..
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    Possible leak in the trim mot

    Possible leak in the trim motor..? Or if you are running a 'rich' fuel/oil mixture it might be the residual oil that has not been burnt...?
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    " Did you make sure the water

    " Did you make sure the water tube was lined up with the impeller housing outlet when you re-installed the leg? Another possibility is the rubber grommet on the end of the water tube might be...
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