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Old 05-15-2019, 06:47 PM   #1
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My 2000 33’ maxum has 5.7 lt merc crusers the previous owner said that he had both carbs that are two barrell rebuilt but i doibt they were jetted probably at least thatscwhat im thinking both running rich any thoughts as what could be wrong starts off with black smoke then a slick of fuel immited anyone come across something like this or have any sugestions thanks
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Old 05-16-2019, 01:36 AM   #2
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Check that the chokes open completely.
That would be the first place to look.
Does it stop smoking after warming up?
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Not completely and you can see gas in the water
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Thanks for the reply don any other thoughts
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Don i believe the carbs were rebuilt while out of the water is it possible that they were not jetted properly and that could be the reason for the rich mixture
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As Don said the choke may not be opening fully, remove the flame arrestor and verify the plate is fully open after a few minutes of starting them up.

Could be jetting or improper adjustment of the air fuel screws.
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Thanks for the input greatly appreciated i will check and pass on info thanks again
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+1 on what Mike said.
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Its obvious who ever rebuilt the carbs did not set them right had a buddy come by had them both reagusted within 20 min. Thanks guys for the input
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On to my next order problem my port side shifter will not shift. When i first put it in the water it shifted but was very stiff now it wont shift forward will shift in reverse but will not go forward did not want to force the issue any ideas. Apparentley previous owner said that he had replaced the **** cable is it possible used wrong cables
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