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No money for repairs because of the poverty door


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What causes a boat engine to stop? I have encountered this problem and please guys for a suggestion where to repair my boat motor that is not very expensive because poverty is related to the owner of this device. Any recommendations in which I will repair my dear without high costs, Please.


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Did it run out of fuel ????------Is this a 2 HP motor or a 600 HP monster ?----Post as much info as you can.----Lack of oil or overheating will lock them up.-----Lower unit failure is possible too.-----The smallest wallets seem to have the biggest problems !


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There could be several reasons why a boat engine would stop running. Some common causes include a lack of fuel, a clogged fuel filter, a malfunctioning spark plug, a dead battery, or a faulty ignition system. It's best to consult with a marine mechanic to diagnose the specific issue with your boat engine. If you do not know how to repair, it is better to entrust this matter to professionals. When I decided to fix the roof at home, I turned to the Indianapolis roof company. I didn't regret it at all, as these guys did the work very efficiently.