08-12-2019 08:30 - edited 08-12-2019 09:03
4This fitting broke today. I cant find it on any diagrams. It runs from a "T"to the fuel pump, it looks to have a needle in it much like a carb...Any clue?
The motor is a 2000 200hp Evinrude. Tried to post pics but not sure how.
That is the check valve that allows a small amount of oil into the fuel system to help lubricate and clean the tips of the fuel injectors.
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