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Old 11-21-2019, 12:18 PM   #11
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It’s normal, it take a little bit to fill block and heads then out to hose


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Agree...
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Old 11-21-2019, 05:35 PM   #12
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I hate to hear this. Keep us posted. I have a 115 SHO too, almost new.


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Thanks for all the info guys! Gave me some peace of mind then had her out there on Monday...ran great to a few spots. Then when I was in the middle of East bay started up...nothing nothing nothing...was watching the digital temp on the tach tick up got an alarm (second time now) so I shut it down let it sit started it back and it started out of the tell tale right away.

Unfortunately something just doesn’t seem right so I guess I’ll take her into the shop. I’ve never had the chance to run the boat shallow just yet and so far the jack plate has always only been about 1/3 up with all the lower unit etc in water with motor trimmed down yet seems to still cause an issue such as throwing this alarm.

Will update once they take a look!


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Old 11-21-2019, 06:31 PM   #13
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Ok, so why wouldn't all other motors take 20 or so seconds to start peeing? I can see maybe 5 secs, but 20 secs seems awful long to me.
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Ok, so why wouldn't all other motors take 20 or so seconds to start peeing? I can see maybe 5 secs, but 20 secs seems awful long to me.


Thank God for the 6yr warranty gonna take it in...


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Old 11-22-2019, 07:30 PM   #15
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I hate to hear this. Keep us posted. I have a 115 SHO too, almost new.


And definitely frustrating because I went with the M2 rigged with a Yamaha over Merc/Evinrude thinking the SHO would be most proven reliability in the 115 size.


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Old 12-04-2019, 04:09 PM   #16
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Took it into Acie’s yesterday, turns out the whole housing/pump was ‘melted’. Pretty frustrating as this issue happened the first time I dropped it in the water and that was also when I noticed the salesman at Premier Yamaha in CC had put 2.5 hrs on the engine. This was when I made the first call to Premier and they said no big deal all normal...

I assume they must have done something squirrely down there because I’ve been running the thing as conservative as could be considering it wasn’t reliable from day one. Of course, the fix isn’t covered under the warranty but they (Acie’s) have it all fixed up now and they say everything else looks great!

Hoping to find the reliable side of the engine now! Oh and lesson learned on the dealer side...


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Now, that makes sense, I wasn't buying the "that's normal".
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Now, that makes sense, I wasn't buying the "that's normal".


Yup was glad to know it was a real problem and not just SOP for these motors. I think that woulda been worse!


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I hate to hear the water pump was that bad. But I agree with you, it's better knowing there was an issue that could be fixed. Keep us posted after a couple of trips on how it's doing.



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