I have a '96 phoenix 34' sfx. powered by a pair of 3116t a cats. it is a great boat with one exception. after running for a couple days (not a constant 24 hours but run a few hours and anchor
for a while then move again.......) my starboard engine
will die. it doesn't just stop but rather it seems like it is running out of fuel
. we've had a mechanic
look at it and, naturally, the engine
I've had the tank cleaned and fuel
polished, cleaned and rebuilt the racor
, and made sure that fuel flowed through the hoses. the mechanic
checked the fuel pressure and said that it was within spec.
I've been told that it could be the fuel pressure regulator
, but I don't want to just through parts
at it and hope that it works. is there a way to test the regulator
? or should I just replace it? or could the problem be something else entirely?