03-18-2019 10:22 - edited 03-18-2019 10:23
We are sorry to hear about your troubles with an Evinrude E-TEC G2 outboard.
What did your dealer say was the cause of the problems as there are no freeze plugs and headgaskets are unheard of going bad as that motor does not use gaskets on the heads?
Can you post the serial number for us to investigate?
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I wonder how many cam shafts, and poppette valves he had replaced. lol
Looks like fake news from a guy with only 1 post. Looks like a yamaha tohatsu dealer with his panties in a bunch.