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2 Cylinder 2 Stroke workshop service repair manual Download ever compiled by mankind. This file holds of high quality diagrams and instructions on how to service and repair your Johnson Evinrude Outboards. Instant Download and Bring good luck for you ! It is great to have, will save you a lot and know more about your Johnson Evinrude.
This manual is not a substitute for work experience. This is the same manual dealerships use to repair your Evinrude E-TEC 40,50,60 HP . Check position of thermostat seal and how thermostat seals against cylinder head. Seal must be properly fitted to flange of thermostat. Check thermostat for cracks, heat damage, or signs of corrosion. The pressure relief valve should be closed at IDLE speed. Water should not flow past the plunger and seal.
If IDLE temperature is too low, check pressure relief valve plunger and seal for damage or debris that could prevent the valve from closing completely. If IDLE temperature is still below operating range, replace pressure relief valve assembly and plunger seal. Slowly increase engine speed from IDLE, up through 2500 RPM. Engine temperature should decrease from normal IDLE temperatures as pressure relief valve opens. Valve should open between 1800-2200 RPM. If temperature decreases at a lower RPM, replace pressure relief valve assembly.
Use this manual together with the proper Parts Catalog for part numbers and for exploded views of the outboard, which are a valuable aid to disassembly and reassembly. This is the same manual motorcycle dealerships use to repair your bike. This is the same manual dealerships use to repair your EVINRUDE E-TEC 115,150,175,200 HP . SYSTEM ANALYSIS ,ELECTRICAL AND IGNITION ,FUEL SYSTEM,OILING SYSTEM,COOLING SYSTEM ,POWERHEAD,MIDSECTION ,GEARCASE ,STANDARD ROTATION ,COUNTER ROTATION ,TRIM AND TILT,SAFETY,TROUBLE CHECK CHART ,DIAGRAMS,EMM SERVICE CODE CHART,etc.
This manual covers service information on all 105. 75 hp E-Tee, 3 eyl, 2-stroke . 75 hp FIGHT, V4, 2-stroke . This is the same manual dealerships use to repair your Johnson Evinrude All Engines 40-250 HP. Troubleshooting can be defined as a methodical process during which one discovers what is causing a problem with engine operation. Although it is often a feared process to the uninitiated, there is no reason to believe that you cannot figure out what is wrong with a motor, as long as you follow a few basic rules. To begin with, troubleshooting must be systematic.
Haphazardly testing one component, then another, might uncover the problem, but it will more likely waste a lot of time. On carbureted outboards fuel is metered through needles and valves that react to changes in engine vacuum as the amount of air drawn into the motor increases or decreases. In contrast, fuel injected engines use a computer control module to regulate the amount of fuel introduced to the motor. FIGHT fuel injection system and . Troubleshooting a fuel injected motor contains similarities to carbureted motors. Mechanically, the powerhead of a 2-stroke fuel injected motor operates in the same way as a carbureted 2-stroke.
Wear or physical damage will have virtually the same affect upon either motor. The major difference in troubleshooting engine performance on FIGHT motors is the presence of the EMM and electronic engine controls. The complex interrelation of the sensors used to monitor engine operation and the EMM used to control the fuel, oil injection, and ignition systems makes logical troubleshooting all that much more important. Before beginning troubleshooting on a FIGHT motor, make sure the basics are all true. Make sure the fuel is not stale. Check for leaks or restrictions in the Lines and Fittings of the low-pressure fuel circuit, as directed in this section under Fuel Tank and Lines.