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    Not a big deal for your setup. Your motor...

    Not a big deal for your setup. Your motor doesn't require a lot of power to start and it's charging system isn't that robust. It's a common battery setup for smaller rigs that run 24 volt trolling...
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    Is your battery switch off during testing?

    Is your battery switch off during testing?
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    None of the ring terminals will show continuity...

    None of the ring terminals will show continuity as you explained. The circuit is bridged by connecting those wires to the battery. Specifically the engine ground. To test for continuity between...
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    Between what two points are you taking your...

    Between what two points are you taking your continuity measurements? If you have an aluminum hull and an electric start motor, you should have some level of continuity between the hull and the...
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    If the engine has electric start, the hull is...

    If the engine has electric start, the hull is grounded. Ground straps at various locations on the outboard insure that the entire platform is in the negative ground circuit. Drop it in the water...
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    Replace it. You'll spend more time trying to...

    Replace it. You'll spend more time trying to save that $125 than it's worth.
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    You ever get that 25 lined out?

    You ever get that 25 lined out?
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    I say nope.

    I say nope.
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    I would put a timing light on that and see where...

    I would put a timing light on that and see where the base timing is at. A steady 6-8 degrees BTDC at cranking speed is what you're looking for. If it's all over the place, the trigger would be the...
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    The last sentence holds the key. Like B.B....

    The last sentence holds the key. Like B.B. stated earlier, the switch boxes have a history of acting up on those rigs. If it's ripping the rope out of your hand, it's a timing issue. The potential...
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    Did the problem begin while out on the water,...

    Did the problem begin while out on the water, between trips, after maintenance work etc.?
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    No, not really. The piston has been pushed...

    No, not really. The piston has been pushed against the exhaust side of the cylinder since it was new. When warmed up, the piston will be larger and sidewall tolerances will be tighter. You have...
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    The piston is rocked to the other side of the...

    The piston is rocked to the other side of the cylinder.
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    Ok, I believe we are through with the carb. I...

    Ok, I believe we are through with the carb. I need a pic of the right side of the motor. Also, have you replaced the spark plugs and taken a sample of the fuel to inspect for water?
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    The small brass tube that runs from the bottom of...

    The small brass tube that runs from the bottom of the carb, through the middle of the carb intake and into the top of the carb carries the fuel used for idle and off idle. With the bowl off and the...
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    Ok. Check the smaller brass cap that sits beside...

    Ok. Check the smaller brass cap that sits beside the main jet. The ball should be at the bottom with the carb upside down.
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    Wrong cap. That one is 13mm/1/2 inch. The one...

    Wrong cap. That one is 13mm/1/2 inch. The one you need to check is beside it. Give me a year model guestimate.
  18. It's either the pitot tube feed line that goes...

    It's either the pitot tube feed line that goes from the lower unit to the speedometer or the feed line going to a water pressure gauge on the dash. In either case, it's not a big issue. Push both...
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    Have you considered that the oil slick is coming...

    Have you considered that the oil slick is coming up from the lower unit? Check the lower unit oil. I bet it's milky.
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    The most likely cause is in the carb. You...

    The most likely cause is in the carb. You mentioned that you cleaned it. The carb bowl has an 11mm (7/16) brass cap on the bottom. It has a spring and ball under it. If the ball is missing or has...
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    I'll help walk you through the most likely causes...

    I'll help walk you through the most likely causes but I have to ask that you proof read your spell check and post your results of what the problem was.
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    Two types of motor platform designs over the past...

    Two types of motor platform designs over the past years. One has a traditional Mercury design with a twist type shift rod. The other has a push/pull vertical design. One uses two cables to pull the...
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    What are you putting it on

    What are you putting it on
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    Pull flywheel and look for excessive amounts of...

    Pull flywheel and look for excessive amounts of oil residue around the seal.
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    Since the bottom cylinder is operating correctly,...

    Since the bottom cylinder is operating correctly, there is no need to pull the powerhead.
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    The diaphragm separates the fuel and pulse sides...

    The diaphragm separates the fuel and pulse sides of the system. The only way air could enter the system with the plug removed is by passing through a tear in the diaphragm.
    If there was a leak...
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    Remove the plug screw and retest. It must vent...

    Remove the plug screw and retest. It must vent in order for the diaphragm to flex.
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    If this is the top carb, that is normal. Is the...

    If this is the top carb, that is normal. Is the bottom carb pouring fuel out of the main jet at idle?
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    Pull the top carb back down and put a new gasket...

    Pull the top carb back down and put a new gasket kit in it. There's a small round gasket that seals off the center of the fuel bowl. If it's not doing it's job, it will allow air to be pulled...
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    Be sure to separate those wires and NOT zip tie...

    Be sure to separate those wires and NOT zip tie them together. They need the separation for cooling purposes. The factory always zip tied them, which resulted in over heating of the bundle. As a...
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