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Old 10 June 2011, 06:45   #1
Country: UK - England
Town: devon
Boat name: hoopla
Make: avon
Length: 5m +
Engine: suzuki
Join Date: Feb 2011
Posts: 15
2004 evinrude 50 4stroke

Hi, I'm hoping someone an shed some light on this.
Firstly the water coming out of the back is only a trickle at best, if you suck and blow etc it comes back to life for a while. I ran it up in a tub and a lot of the inspired water is coming out of a hole on top of the lower leg where a metal rod comes out of on the pivot point.
Is thi correct as I get no overheating issues and she run well. How do I get to the impeller to chage it and where is it?
Thanks for any help as trying to avoid huge dealer bills
Ps I believe this is a Suzuki df50 ? Is this correct ?

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Old 10 June 2011, 06:54   #2
Country: UK - England
Town: Truro-Cornwall & Brazil
Boat name: Bananas in Blue
Make: Humber Destroyer 5.5
Length: 5m +
Engine: E-Tec 115
Join Date: Jun 2007
Posts: 378
Do you know the history of the engine? If you don't know when the impeller was last changed then I would change it anyway along with the thermostat for peace of mind. Changing the Impeller will mean dropping the gearbox off the engine, the impeller will be on top in a housing.

Yarp, all 4 stroke Evinrudes and Johnsons were Suzi's as far as I know!
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