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2006 mariner 36

GAS engine, transmission and generator repair and maintenance discussion forum.

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Re: 2006 mariner 36

Postby JohnS » July 31st, 2022, 6:18 pm

One other thing to check, mine did have the screen.

https://www.marinepartsexpress.com/VP_S ... ulator.pdf

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Re: 2006 mariner 36

Postby km1125 » July 31st, 2022, 6:57 pm

JohnS wrote:Source of the post One other thing to check, mine did have the screen.

https://www.marinepartsexpress.com/VP_S ... ulator.pdf

Nice find and good post! I'm surprised they recommend just removing the screen instead of cleaning or replacing it. I'm sure it was supposed to serve a purpose when it was designed. If it's clogged up it's obviously catching something that shouldn't be in there.
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Re: 2006 mariner 36

Postby Cooler » August 7th, 2022, 10:27 am

That is common when fuel injected boats are running on ethanol gas. The injectors get a varnish like layer inside a fuel chamber and cause detonation problems. Glad it's up and running. 4200 RPM sounds about right. 8-) er
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