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Full strip down and service, replace any gears with missing teeth and maybe a bent selector.

Sterndrive... | Answered 12 hours ago


You need to take off the carborator clean take apart clean with carb cleaner and put it back together good to go make sure the fuel line has no hole

Johnson Boating | Answered 19 hours ago


remove the carbs and have them ultrasonically cleaned..use seafoam in your fuel

Johnson Boating | Answered 19 hours ago


Could be a number of things such as, the cable needs adjusting, there is something blocking the shift cable from going into reverse all the way, the gears are somehow not aligned to mesh into reverse.

Boating | Answered Yesterday


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Weaver Boating | Answered Yesterday


It is better to use gas with no ethanol as it can degrade your fuel lines. Also Ethanol is hydroscopic, it attracts moisture and sucks in moisture from the air when you winter store. If you do, then you have to use stabilizer over the winter.

https://www.google.com/search?q=ethanol+fuel+line+damage

https://fuelandfriction.com/weekend-warrior/why-use-fuel-stabilizer

Yamaha Boating | Answered 2 days ago


Classic case of fuel starvation.

Do you have old fuel lines and are using ethanol gas? If so, the ethanol breaks down the lining of the lines, so much so to block them or severely reduce flow.

Check fuel filter if you have one.

Check the arrow on the primer bulb is facing in the direction of the engine.

Finally, remove and clean the carburetor and jets.

https://www.google.com/search?q=ethanol+fuel+line+damage

Boating | Answered 2 days ago


Vinegar and water. Polish with a microfibre cloth. See the videos

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Boating | Answered 3 days ago


There should be an adjustable vane on top of the lower unit just above the prop. That compensates for the screw from the propeller.

https://boatingforbeginners.com/how-to-stop-your-boat-from-pulling-to-the-right/

Boating | Answered 3 days ago

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