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  • Johnson j115tlcte v4

    Hey guys new here. I just bought an old ski and bass boat and it came with a johnson j115tlce v4 seahorse. I understand this is a 1983 motor. It already had gas in the tank when i bought it but my question is what type of gas do I use and do I need to mix oil in the gas or just straight fuel?


  • #2
    Re: Johnson j115tlcte v4

    That is a 1989 motor and fuel is mixed 50:1
    "A manual is a cheap investment"
    Fair Winds and Following Seas
    Bill
    PTC USN ret

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    • #3
      Re: Johnson j115tlcte v4

      That engine originally came with a VRO pump which will automatically mix gas with oil. Has it been disabled?

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      • #4
        Re: Johnson j115tlcte v4

        If it hasn't been disabled, do it and keep on mixing 50:1. Which model # is correct ? The one on the heading or the one on your first post ?

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        • #5
          Re: Johnson j115tlcte v4

          The correct model number is j115tlcte. How would I know if this was disabled or not?

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          • #6
            Re: Johnson j115tlcte v4

            If your model # is correct they didn't have a vro. They came out in1984.

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            • #7
              Re: Johnson j115tlcte v4

              http://www.iboats.com/Seadog-Accu-Mi...-view_id.39804

              Get yourself a few of those

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              • #8
                Re: Johnson j115tlcte v4

                Make sure you use the correct oil to premix with in the gas tank. The oil must be a marine oil, rated TCWIII on the can. Those mixing containers that archcycle suggests are handy.

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                • #9
                  Re: Johnson j115tlcte v4

                  Get a real manual for future reference. Don't use a Seloc or other third party one. They are avail online
                  It's a possibility!
                  Love my '93 88spl Johnson and '93 Larson bow rider

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                  • #10
                    Re: Johnson j115tlcte v4

                    Okay. Thanks for the help guys!

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