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michei1

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Hello,

i want to buy an Evinrude ETEC 90 Year 2006 wich is not working.

Compression fine on all 3 Cylinders, about 130PSI 9 Bar.

Cranking and Powertrim working.

No Spark, no fuel comes in cylinder.

Big connectors on battery.

Here is a link to a short video, that showes the gauge with the 4 LEDs on it.

Motor on this video was lying on the ground, so the oil LED lights. Days before, the motor hangs and this LED also was not lighting.



So, have anyone an idea?

EMM dead??

Thanks a lot

Michael
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Can the EMM communicate with Evinrude diagnostics? Does the engine build fuel pressure?
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michei1

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Hello,

Good question. I do not have seen the Motor yet, i will buy it.
All i have is this Video.

He says, no fuel comes out oft the injectors.

Usually some LEDs should be on while starting, istn't it?

But here are no lights on.

No Software, sorry.

Thanks in advance

Michael
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EMM is obviously not "dead" as tach is indicating RPM while cranking.  It is doing something at least.
michei1

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You are right! Rpm's are shown on the gauge.
But no LED is showing, that a system is ok.

Not the 5V, the fuel system and so on.
So: dead means for me, i have to buy a new emm. No one can repair this black boxes, isn't it?

Can i test anything without Software?
Are the symtoms typical for a damaged emm?

Thanks a lot

Michael
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Do you refer to EMM LEDs or SystemCheck gauge LEDs?  Gauge LEDs have almost nothing to do with an EMM being "dead".

I would not be ready to jump to conclusion you need a new EMM just yet.
michei1

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Oh sorry, i missunderstood this.
I thought the lamps on the gauge are the diagnostic lamps.

Is it helpful, to make a Video oft the lamps on the emm?
ElderSparky

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No worries!  Just keep learning from all the good folks here.

Diagnostic LEDs in EMM have two states they indicate in - key on, engine off and key on, engine cranking or running.

Never hurts to look at the video.
timmyk

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Just went through the "dead" EMM issue with my '06 90.  Engine is/was otherwise perfect and always ran like a champ...then one sunny Saturday morning, she just stopped (550 hours).  No comms into or out of the EMM by the local Diamond Certified dealer.  I called everyone I could, read all the threads here, started a new thread here, and even called Barnacle Bills.  There is a place called EMMRepair.com but when I called him, he said that the '06 models were not too finicky and he wouldn't even try to repair my EMM.  Very frustrating indeed.

Not trusting that it wouldn't happen again while out with my kids, I opted for a repower.  The dealership is planning to replace the EMM, clean her up a bit and resell the 90 I just traded in for a 115.
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