So after starting up my Evinrude E175FPXEE and running it for about 20-30 min the check engine light will come on and shut the motor off. Then all 3 lights come on(no oil, check engine and hot temp). If i try to restart i get nothing as if the battery were dead. About 20-30 min of letting it cool and will start right back up no problem. I have checked to make sure its peeing. I replace the water pump/ impellar and also made sure water is circulating through the ECU. I also check the thermostats and found out it has none and its ran a long time without them. Im not sure if the ecu has gone bad or not.
Unfortunately i dont has ready access to a boat mechanic with diagnostic software due to being stationed in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Any suggestions?
I do know i need to get some thermostats ASAP!
3 of the 4 lights coming on ( low oil is not lit as its circuit is not through the ECU) means there is a problem inside the ECU. There are several repair companies that rebuild the electronics. They are not part of Evinrude and are not associated with the factory in any way.
FICHT ECU & EMM Repair
http://www.cdielectronics.com/ficht/ Call 1.800.467.3371
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