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Old 01-03-2017, 15:40   #16
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Re: Slow cranking only when hot.

Originally Posted by Aaarrgh View Post
Engine timing needs to be checked.
Good point! After all the other stuff, ya know or at least hope the guy can & does make sure the motor is not getting tight,very doubtful, in the what usually goes wrong is the part that does the most work and most of the time that would be the starter and me just to eliminate that as a problem I would do that because Marine starters I've not had great luck with them. Seems like every two years. And even if it wasn't the starter then now you have a spare and it eliminates that as a problem as well ,just a thought...

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