I recently replaced the carburetor with a brand new one I got from Defender Marine
. After I used the motor
this last time it was pouring oil
into the casing, but it seemed to only happen after I shut the motor
off. The motor ran perfectly until that point.
I replaced the fuel pump
last year and the oil
does not smell of gas.
I immediately pulled the motor off the transom and into the cockpit
to stop oil from getting into the water
. I have not tried to start it again as I can't handle that kind of mess. I live aboard my boat
don't have an on land place to put the thing, unless it goes into a shop. I can work
on it in the cockpit
I have worked on the old carburetor many many times, hence the new replacement, and have never had this happen. I have no idea what needs to be done to remedy it. I have a feeling it is simple, but don't know where to begin.