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2012 etec 25 help

2012 25hp etec E25dtlaaa

it will start and run fine for about 30 seconds to a minute or so then start cutting out and go dead and may or may not start back for a while if it does it runs bad for 10 seconds then goes dead all the lights come on and go off when it starts when it goes dead the charging light comes on for just a second when it dies water pump seems to be working fine

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Re: 2012 etec 25 help

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billy3jack wrote:

2012 25hp etec E25dtlaaa

it will start and run fine for about 30 seconds to a minute or so then start cutting out and go dead and may or may not start back for a while if it does it runs bad for 10 seconds then goes dead all the lights come on and go off when it starts when it goes dead the charging light comes on for just a second when it dies water pump seems to be working fine


 

 

I am not sure  what you mean by the charging light, but in any case the motor should not be stopping shortly after starting up as you described. It will have to be determined if the problem is fuel related or an electrical issue or  if something else. Your dealer is best equipped to to examine and troubleshoot the motor to find the malfunction and repair it for you.

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