Outboard motor kill switch hook up, kill switch lanyard
The choke lever is the same in these newer carburetors even though the motors used the cable twist grip which utilized a totally different throttle system. It is suggested to start it up, bring it to a fast idle and with a pair of insulated pliers, pull one spark plug boot at a time.
The wires need to be isolated from the frame by the fiber washers in there. So where the 15hp gets it's power over the 9.
Where does the wire from the ISC switch hook up on a 1990 Crown Victoria 0 Liter?
Needless to say way more 9. There will be a large arrow on the primer bulb, this points to direction of the motor. This may not be the cure all, but it sure does not hurt to be sure the carburetor is free of rust and debris. If you are using an aftermarket tank, we know you are leaving the tank vent open, right?
There is nothing inside these silencers as that's all they do is silence there is no dust on the water.
The thermostat was missing also, why is any ones guess. A guess here is that they needed to use up the older parts and at the same time have a noticeable difference between the two HP motors.
This paragraph was snatched off Champion's website.
Twist grip to start position. When they designed this series of motors, they designed it as a 15 hp and then detuned it with a different carburetor for the 9. Every time it was running fine when I delivered it to him. This unit has a threaded rod adjustment that has a turned end to match a spark plug outer end, a spring clamp that can be attached to a wire or small bolt head for a ground.