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oldd54

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Thanks good information guys need to make a flush tank with corks on the bottom
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question I purchased software to help trouble shoot my 25hp etec but if it is not powered up by key how do you get 
power to the ecm  is push button or rope any ideas thanks Doug
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My thought is a "large enough" 2-wheeled Trash Bin from Home Depot, etc.  (An idea from another member here)  You'll have to remove the lid, notch the back to fit up under the mounting bracket with a sawzall, and drill a maybe 1/2" hole near the bottom.  Your choice on size of the drain.

You could get fancy and add a 1/4 turn PVC ball valve into that hole.

Just Random Thoughts from 'Under the Shade Tree' though.  [wink]  I started to do exactly that, but then didn't.  I didn't have those extra holes to worry about sealing.

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GEB

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Hi,
Further to Oly’s advice.
If the motor is to be run in a tank / wheelie bin the water level must be AT LEAST 6” / 150mm above the A/V plate or you will damage the WP impeller because the water pump sits above the A/V plate.

I use the flushing port on the back of the motor.
Screw a standard garden hose “quick connect” fitting into the flushing port and attach the hose then slowly increase the tap water supply flow until water is flowing out of the water intakes then start the motor.
Take care not to apply too much hose pressure or the flushing port assembly may be pushed apart or water cooling hose to the EMM blown off. (Only held on with zip ties)
I recommend removing the engine cover while “port flushing” so you can keep an eye out for leaks (from too much pressure).
Regarding damaging the impeller, blowing fittings apart and hoses off, unfortunately I speak from personal experience.

Cheers
GEB

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Model No.E25DTSLAFC
Serial No. 5503333
Mid North Coast
New South Wales
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The learner will not shear the rams.

oldd54

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Ok thanks for the advice
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question I purchased software to help trouble shoot my 25hp etec but if it is not powered up by key how do you get 
power to the ecm  is push button or rope any ideas thanks Doug
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Hi,
If you don’t already have it, Operators Guide 15 H.O. / 25 / 30

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_ySWvnClzuXNFlhbFZBS3Y5aG1mRXFkM3A3aElXajdVaFp3/view?usp=drivesdk

Cheers
GEB

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Stacer 389 Territory Striker
Model No.E25DTSLAFC
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Mid North Coast
New South Wales
Australia 
The learner will not shear the rams.

oldd54

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Thank you thats great i really appreciate this
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question I purchased software to help trouble shoot my 25hp etec but if it is not powered up by key how do you get 
power to the ecm  is push button or rope any ideas thanks Doug
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Hi,
FYI that I forgot to post.
As Olypopper suggested go to https://www.evinrude.com/en-US/ then click on Owners and explore that menu. Also click on Rigging and Parts from where you can access the Parts Catalog http://epc.brp.com/ which is very handy for identifying components in the Exploded View diagrams.
Refer this post for an example of how to use the Parts Catalog
https://www.etecownersgroup.com/post/where-is-the-exhaust-restrictor-nipple-10141550?pid=1308601020

Cheers
GEB

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The learner will not shear the rams.

oldd54

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Again thank you all for the great information
You guys are the best

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question I purchased software to help trouble shoot my 25hp etec but if it is not powered up by key how do you get 
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oldd54

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I give up put the whaler back in started up and same problem at low idle pulled and i think cleaned the injectors new seals during the winter changed vapor separator plugs lift pump thermostat
Water pump is it a bad sensor ? Checked fuel pressure good injectors resistance is 2.8 good
Whats left!

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Yes, it can be frustrating, but Hang In!  It quite often happens that there's a "Doh..." moment!  Something super simple.

Still rough at idle, but OK at mid range to WOT?  Shouldn't be anything to do with the water pump, and doubt that you have a WP sensor.  Try not to mix too many subjects on one thread.  [wink]  I'm getting confused and don't need very much help with that.  [biggrin]

It still sounds to me like too much fuel at idle for the air it's getting.  When the throttle plates get opened, there's now enough air to "cover up" the extra fuel problem.  I didn't notice it, but how did the injector pressure test go?  All good?

Phil

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