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Mate
Posts: 3
Registered: ‎07-20-2017

engine vibration

Hi

Im new to the group and i really need some advice.

I own an evinrude 90 hp. The engine has approximately 90 working hours. Never had any problem with it. Very happy with it .I took the engine for a servise 2 weeks ago and we also reinstall it a bit heigther. The engine now vibrates a lot something i didnt have before. Was the vibration caused from reistalling the engine heigher or is it something else?

Thanks in advance. 
(sorry for my english)

Captain
Posts: 125
Registered: ‎07-10-2017

Re: engine vibration

Post your exact model and serial number of the motor and someone will be able to help you more specifically. In the meantime, double check your 4 engine mounting bolts and nuts are not loose. Also, are you able to visually see the motor vibrate, or just feel it? Does it vibrate at all RPMs?
2017 Tidewater 1910 Baymax
Evinrude 150HO (M: E150HGXABH S/N: 05500627H MFDate: 6/17)
Mate
Posts: 3
Registered: ‎07-20-2017

Re: engine vibration

im not able to post my serial number now. It s an evinrude etec 90hp 2012 model. I can visually see the engine vibrates.

I didnd have this before mounting the engine in the top bolts. It doesnt vibrate at all RPMS.. Could it be an injector?

Thanks for the respomce

 

Admiral
Posts: 8,434
Registered: ‎07-14-2011

Re: engine vibration


@Argyris wrote:

im not able to post my serial number now. It s an evinrude etec 90hp 2012 model. I can visually see the engine vibrates.

I didnd have this before mounting the engine in the top bolts. It doesnt vibrate at all RPMS.. Could it be an injector?

Thanks for the respomce

 


If the vibration is different than the normal vibration you had previously, have your dealer inspect the engine and the rigging. The mounting bolts should have the nuts torqued to 40 ft-lbs

 

 

 


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Mate
Posts: 3
Registered: ‎07-20-2017

Re: engine vibration

Thanks Bill. Will do that