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    Re: Very strange problem

    Check the head gasket.
  2. Re: Slight play in propeller shaft is this a problem?

    I think you are okay with that prop shaft.
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    Re: 92 model Johnson auto oiler

    If you are going to stop using the VRO to pump oil, it is best to replace it with an ordinary fuel pump. Even though you plug the oil hose to the pump, the pump can still develop serious problems...
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    Re: water getting to engine???

    It would help if I knew what engine we are talking about, but in general the exhaust needs to be cooled at all times, even when the thermostats are closed. So the plate covering the exhaust should...
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    Re: 1972 65 hp Johnson..... few questions

    There are two diodes in the shifting circuit. This is necessary because when the engine is turned off, if the power to the shift circuit is cut, the gearcase will jump into forward. So power is...
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    The lower mark is what you wan

    The lower mark is what you want here.
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    The after market rebuild kits

    The after market rebuild kits are okay but they usually come with caged bearings for the wrist pins instead of a full set of needles. I am not in favor of that.
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    That is the best thing to do.

    That is the best thing to do.
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    "If the casing is not cracked

    "If the casing is not cracked or broken, then there are three possibilities. Either the prop shaft seals, driveshaft seals, or shift rod seals are leaking. It is best to replace all of these at the...
  10. "I agree with the others, but

    "I agree with the others, but would add that the idle jets on these engines are extremely tiny. I usually drill them out at least .003in. This is frequently necessary for an older engine."
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    The insulators on the housing

    The insulators on the housing bolts look like ordinary washers. If they were not there when you took it apart then just leave them out. You should be able to use 18-3214.
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    Take the fuel pump off and che

    Take the fuel pump off and check the diaphram.
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    It sounds like the engine is f

    It sounds like the engine is flooding very badly. If the cylinders are filled with fuel it will lock up. Maybe flooding carbs or torn diaphram in the fuel pump.
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    "It would crank, but it would

    "It would crank, but it would not run very well if at all. The leaky diaphragm would allow air to enter the fuel."
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    "Make sure the primer bulb is

    "Make sure the primer bulb is working properly, and that all carbs are supplying fuel. It sounds like you may be running on two cylinders at times.

    Could be an ignition problem too. Stators...
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    I would be interested in that

    I would be interested in that powerhead.
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    "Disconnect one of the choke h

    "Disconnect one of the choke hoses at the carb.
    Pump the primer and apply the choke with the ignition key. A stream of fuel should come out of the hose. If not try applying the choke manually by...
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    "I agree that it is most likel

    "I agree that it is most likely the p/pack, but you should test the stator, trigger, packs, and ignition coils in that order."
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    "If the choke is working prope

    "If the choke is working properly (supplies fuel/no leaks), check the fitting that the choke hoses attatch to on the carb flanges or manifold. Make sure the tiny orifices are clear.

    Also,...
  20. "Specs call for 60 to 80 in./l

    "Specs call for 60 to 80 in./lbs, which would be 5 to 6.66 ft./lbs."
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