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I did this at TechShop Menlo Park's automotive area! www.techshop.com One step in troubleshooting in an effort to make your outboard engine work is cl...
At least on the motor we are working on, which is a 1958 35hp Johnson, the carburetor is buried behind the air filter. After unscrewing and taking out...
On this motor the starter was in the way. Unscrewing it and moving it out of the way was necessary to get to the carburetor.
Remove the pin connecting the throttle, making sure you don't loose it! Then dis-attach the carburetor from the rest of the intake.
Now that you got to it, you're ready to take it apart and clean it out. Stay tuned to see what you'll find inside! :)
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