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Old 12 June 2015, 15:57   #11
Country: UK - England
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Top the tank off with fresh Fuel.

Check the fuel hose to make sure there are no kinks, if you have a primer bulb make sure it is in good condition, if the engine throws the code again then make sure the primer bulb is still hard, if its really soft or sucked flat then you have a fuel issue / blocked pipe.

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Old 13 June 2015, 01:36   #12
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It the 4 cal is anything like the 6 cya there is a second separate filter under the cowling. Should have a red top. The system is pressurised so you will need to let the pressure out, (look for the thing like a tyre valve). Remove the top, lift up and tip out. Water in that filter is common if the fuel has been there a longtime. Verados also do not like duff batteries so you could check that out.

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Old 15 June 2015, 11:33   #13
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Have you found the problem? Have you been out since ?

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