EVINRUDE OUTBOARD MOTOR REPAIR - EVINRUDE OUTBOARD

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Evinrude Outboard Motor Repair


evinrude outboard motor repair
    outboard motor
  • internal-combustion engine that mounts at stern of small boat
  • An outboard motor is a propulsion system for boats, consisting of a self-contained unit that includes engine, gearbox and propeller or jet drive, designed to be affixed to the outside of the transom and are the most common motorized method of propelling small watercraft.
  • A detachable motor that can be mounted outside the hullt.
evinrude outboard motor repair - Johnson/Evinrude Outboards,
Johnson/Evinrude Outboards, 1-2 Cylinders, 1973-89 (Seloc's Johnson/Evinrude Outboard Tune-Up and Repair Manual)
Johnson/Evinrude Outboards, 1-2 Cylinders, 1973-89 (Seloc's Johnson/Evinrude Outboard Tune-Up and Repair Manual)
SELOC Marine maintenance and repair manuals offer the most comprehensive, authoritative information available for outboard, inboard, stern-drive and diesel engines, as well as personal watercraft. SELOC has been the leading source of how-to information for the marine industry since 1974. Designed and written to serve the needs of the professional mechanic, do-it-yourself boat enthusiast, instructor and student, these manuals are based on actual teardowns done by Chilton Marine's editors/authors in our on-site facility. Providing complete coverage on everything from basic maintenance to engine overhaul, every manual features: -Simple-to-follow, step-by-step, illustrated procedures -Hundreds of exploded drawings, photographs and tables -Troubleshooting sections, accurate specifications and wiring diagrams -Recognized and used by technical trade schools as well as the U.S. military Covers all 1.25-60 Hp, 1 and 2-cylinder, 2-stroke models. Over 1,720 illustrations.

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IMG 0806
IMG 0806
10/8/02 – The boat is flipped but it is now too cold to make any of the fiberglass repairs. This will have to wait until spring. I could not get the 1967 Johnson 33HP outboard to start so I sold it on eBay for $100. I was able to buy an excellent condition, low hours 1996 Evinrude 25HP with controls from a forum member on Continuous Wave website. It was a 20" shaft motor though. The olders Whalers with transom notches were made for 15" shaft outboards only. I had to raise the motor somehow. There are some products available but my brother in law Ken advised me again on sizing and fabricating aluminum angle extension brackets which you will see later. I made them for about $20. The picture above shows two templates I needed to make of the outboard mounting holes and transom height to the crown for a 20" shaft motor.
Drilling the drive shaft out of the outboard
Drilling the drive shaft out of the outboard
It seems that reviewing my flickr stats, this is a common problem. Seems that someone is googling this at least every day. What I can tell you is, the drive shaft was super-stuck. We bought a pulling device for about 75$ and that didn't work. Chris soaked the drive shaft with this anti-sticking goo, tried pliers, a hammer. Nothing worked. Finally Chris took the grinder and ground off the drive shaft. He used his metal drill bit to get most of the drive shaft remnant out. Then bought a special drill bit for his dremel and took out the remainder that way. The final solution - we just bought a new motor after 6 weeks of repair attempts.

evinrude outboard motor repair
evinrude outboard motor repair
Outboard Engines: Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Repair
If like most do-it-yourselfers you've relied on a sketchy owner's manual or one of those abstruse shop manuals written for professional mechanics to keep your onboard running, here's an end to your frustration. This abundantly illustrated nonthreatening guide is filled with effective maintenance, repair, and advanced troubleshooting advice for two-cycle and four-cycle engines from 2 to 250 horsepower. Although outboard engines have become more reliable, they're also more sophisticated and require more than a passing knowledge of mechanics to troubleshoot and repair. Outboard Engines covers recent developments such as electronic ignition, oil injection systems, and four-stroke powerheads. Your fears about the reliability of your "finicky" outboard are over!

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