1970-1989 EVINRUDE/JOHNSON 2-235 HP OUTBOARDS Workshop Repair & Service Manual [COMPLETE & INFORMATIVE For DIY Repair] ☆ &
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1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 Evinrude/Johnson 2-235 HP Outboards (incld. Sea Drives)
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Tools and Techniques
Lubrication, Maintenance and Tune-up
Engine Synchronization and Linkage Adjustments
Automatic Rewind Starters
1985 and Later Service Information
Some simple precautions can help to reduce the amount of corrosion taking place outside the hull. These are not a substitute for the corrosion protection methods discussed under Galvanic Anodes and Impressed Current Systems in this chapter, but they can help these protection methods do their job.
Use fasteners of a metal more noble than the part they are fastening. If corrosion occurs, the larger equipment will suffer but the fastener will be protected. Because fasteners are usually very small in comparison to the equipment being fastened, the equipment can survive the loss of material. If the fastener were to corrode instead of the equipment, major problems could arise.
Keep all painted surfaces in good condition. If paint is scraped off and bare metal exposed, corrosion will rapidly increase. Use a vinyl- or plastic-based paint which acts as an electrical insulator.
Be careful when using metal-based anti-fouling paints. These should not be applied to metal parts of the boat or they will actually react with the equipment, causing corrosion between the equipment and the layer of paint. Organic-based paints are available for use on metal surfaces.
Where a corrosion protection device is used, remember that it must be immersed in the electrolyte along with the rest of the boat to have any effect. If you raise the power unit
out of the water when the boat is docked, any anodes on the power unit will be removed from the corrosion cycle and will not protect the rest of the equipment that is still immersed. Also, such corrosion protection devices must not be painted, as that would insulate them from the corrosion process.
Any change in the boat's equipment (such as the installation of a new stainless steel propellor) will change the corrosion process.
Keep in mind that when you add new equipment or change materials, you should review your corrosion protection system to be sure it is up to the job.
Lead Shot Service
I. If leakage is noted, secure the carburetor in a vise with protective jaws.
2. Tap the center of the lead shot sharply with a small hammer and appropriate size
3. If leakage remains, carefully pry the lead shot from its opening with a suitable knife, awl or other sharp instrument.
4. Clean any residue from the lead shot opening in the casting.
5. Install a new lead shot in the opening and flatten out with a hammer and appropriate size punch.
6. Coat the core plug with engine oil and blow compressed air (25 psi or less) through the casting passages to check for leakage.
7. Clean the oil from the casting after pressure testing.
Carburetor Primer Solenoid
1. Disconnect the solenoid purple/white lead at the terminal board.
2. Remove the 2 screws and clamp holding the solenoid. Remove the solenoid.