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water pump replacement on 9.9 j10rena johnson

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  • water pump replacement on 9.9 j10rena johnson

    i replaced my water pump on my johnson for the first time... got her hooked up and boom water! yeah i did it correct! wait the water is really not shooting out with velocity like my other outboards. It just kind of pours out.... Did i do something wrong you think or something else a issue? could i have a clogged intake or something


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    Re: water pump replacement on 9.9 j10rena johnson

    There may be something leaking in there. When you replaced the impeller, did you also replace the rubber grommet on the housing and was the copper feed tube fully engaged with the grommet when you re-installed the lower unit?
    United States Coast Guard Officer #1172938
    Catamount Marine

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      Re: water pump replacement on 9.9 j10rena johnson

      yes i did

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        Re: water pump replacement on 9.9 j10rena johnson

        If you are talking about the flow out of the tell-tale, use a piece of weed wacker line and see if the tube is restricted. You could also pull the tube at the block and check the flow there.

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          Re: water pump replacement on 9.9 j10rena johnson

          Originally posted by Daviet View Post
          If you are talking about the flow out of the tell-tale, use a piece of weed wacker line and see if the tube is restricted. You could also pull the tube at the block and check the flow there.
          yep did that too...

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            Re: water pump replacement on 9.9 j10rena johnson

            ttt

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            • #7
              Re: water pump replacement on 9.9 j10rena johnson

              The tell-tale is first in line from the water pump. If you had a strong stream and then it slowed down I would wounder if something in the pump is wackey.

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                Re: water pump replacement on 9.9 j10rena johnson

                You could have a internally plugged tell tale wateroutlet.

                If you go back on this board to the FAQ & down to 9.9/15 repairs, Or to my http://www.sschapterpsa.com/rambling...irculation.htm article & down about 3/4 of the way down, I have a section dealing with this & how to rectify it with photos.
                Author of LeeRoy's Ramblings http://www.leeroysramblings.com/

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