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Old 04 October 2007, 16:40   #1
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fuel sensor, position and more

Hi, I've another question that someone might know the answer to.

The fuel flow sensor for a 2004 Evinrude DI 150:

1..Where can it go in the fuel line, I'm assuming here that it goes as close to the engine as possible and in an upright position as to allow any air flowing though not to get trapped. Can someone confirm this please?

2..The wires comming from the unit, do these go to the engine or to the wiring loom somewhere in the console?

Without a manual and with my local Evinrude dealer not getting back in contact today my option is to ask you guys, what do you think?
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Old 04 October 2007, 17:08   #2
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Andy, you are correct on the placement of the transducer. It must be after the external fuel filter to prevent small particels goign into the impellor. Vertical mounting is also recommended.

It looks like you have the same set of guages I have on my etec. I found a full set of instrcutions for these online including wiring diagrams.

If you pm me your email I can send them to you in PDF format.

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Thanks Chris-PM sent
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