1996 Johnson 130 Need to identify and replace one of the fuel parts.
In the photos I am trying to identify the valve located just below the fuel pump (with a red lever on it). I seem to have fuel slowly leaking from it while running. Also, when using the choke during starting, a drop of fuel will shoot out from this location.
I have been told that this is a valve used for fogging the motor and may need to be replaced. What is this part called and is there anything special needed to replace it?
Re: 1996 Johnson 130 Need to identify and replace one of the fuel parts.
It's a primer solenoid, see #21 below. Check and make sure one of the hoses from the solenoid to the intake is not broken and leaking when you hit the primer. You didn't post your model number, the one below should be close. http://www.ishopmarine.com/ishop/jsp...pCode=C0107624