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There have been no faults within the last 5 hours of engine operation, fault codes were cleared at some point after 358 hours of operation, and the injectors are likely all original based upon the cycle counts.
It looks pretty good. However I wouldn't solely rely on this, I would have a good Etec technician check it out. I remember reading a post from the owner of Barnicle Bills marine, in which he said that 90% of the issues he looks at have to code generated.
Yes, as already stated, have an Evinrude E-TEC trained tech check the motor over first and preferably get a sea trial with it.
The EMM got extremely hot two times but that was quite a while ago.
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