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Subject: Re: Suzuki Outboard engines

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Date Posted: 20/02/04 18:38:45
In reply to: Brian 's message, "Re: Suzuki Outboard engines" on 19/02/04 19:11:07

I had a Mariner 8HP (that is a rebadged Suzuki) that had the same problem. Over time the waterways salt up so in the end all you get through is steam. I had the head plate off and cleared the channels but found that there was another blockage elsewhere.

It's a pain to fix and the message has to be to flush out your outboard after each trip and especially at the end of each season.

Best of luck!


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