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What are you getting for fuel pressure?
Can you test it when cranking the engine?
Thats fine. There are no time limits here. You can rent the gauge from a chain auto parts store. It needs to be able to screw onto a schreader valve.
Right now, I am leaning toward flooding when the pump is plugged in. When you ar eat the boat, also remove the plugs to see if they are wet.
A pressure test will tell us much on it.
the pump provide the pressure, the ECU control how long they are open. It there is too much pressure and the ECU if functioning correctly, you will still flood the engine.
Where did the replacement pump come from?
Do you know the part number from it? On a box or a package?
How long has the engine run badly?
Have the pulse pumps been looked at?
Nodding off here. Im going to log out. Ill be back later today. We can pick it up there.
any luck with the pressure tests?
Well that is right on the money. Have you looked at the pulse pumps?
remove the two hex head bolts from each pump, leave all hoses attached, then squeeze your primer bulb. Look to see it there is any fuel coming from the hole in the back of them.