Tagged: 1941 Sea King
I have a 1841 sea king , runs but won’t pump water . Its a 1 H.P.. What do I need to do to get it to pump?
I guess you mean 1941. if 1841 you have a rare one.
8822 – Evinrude #377 – Sea King Midget. I believe it has a piston pump driven off the drive shaft. running through sand can ware a hole in the piston. Stuck piston – stuck valves – plugged water jacket.
thanks Garry I will try what you said, but if I have to remove complete pump, how do I go about it. I see 2 screws on bottom, do I remove them to get to the punp. Waiting for a reply Thanks guys, so very much
Yes – loosen the water tube nut, then the screws, one screw on each side. That should allow you to swing the pump housing to clear the base and drop down to check it out. The pump piston should move freely. If the base of the piston is worn through, A piece of brass or coper may be soldered over the hole. Back in the day we used a copper penny – filed to fit – LOL
Thank you so much Garry.. You can even call me on my home phone which is 315-348=6570 or cell 314-992-4090. I hope you can call me. I live in upstate New York about an hrs drive to Canada
You’re right its a 1941 sea king midget.. Thanks for correcting me. You can even call my home at 315-348-6570. or cell 315-992-4090 then maybe you can walk me through what I need to do Thanks for your concern.. Regards Dick Richard Hardy
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