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2009 Etec Oil Feed Lines



The oil feed tubes on my Etec 300 were rotting out so I took them to the dealer to get repelaced, does anyone know roughly how many hours of service that would take to do that?



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Registered: ‎07-14-2011

Re: 2009 Etec Oil Feed Lines

There is no flat rate listed for just changing the hoses. As you have to take some items apart to access some of the hoses, bleed the whole system, and test run the motor, you are talking a few hours at least.


If you think your hoses are rotting, ask the dealer to contact Evinrude support as they may be interested in why as that is not a common problem. You can also contact Evinrude at http://www.brp.com/en/forms/contact-us.html and inform them of the situation and ask for possible assistance or contribution to the repair.




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