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How are you testing for spark on the engine?
not the spark plug, the test port fir the air. lower schreader valve in the fuel rail.
Sorry, that was for a different customer. On the powerpack on the rear of the engine, locate the black and yellow wire. Disconnect it and test for spark again.
the carbs are most likely gummed up from the sitting. spraying a product down the throat will not clean them. you will need to remove them, open them up, remove all jets from the carb. using a good quality carb cleaner and compressed air, totally clean the carbs out. Reassemble them using new o-rings and needles.
It goes to the powerpack that is on the rear of the engine.
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Hello again. Have you tried to test for spark again?
if it will not spark with the harness to the boat unplugged, test the voltage coming from the stator, and the timer base. There are just those 3 items before the coils.
Yes it should. You will need to jump the starter solenoid to get it to crank over.