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Posted: January 06 2013 at 23:17 | IP Logged Quote sws01

Hello, all -

Last 2 times have filled the tanks (125 gal each), the port tank gas (not diesel) gauge indicates on 3/8 tank even after fillup.  Also the starboard tank indicates only 3/4 of tank.

Also, while we were out, the port engine started running rough at about 3800 RPM and would not exceed that.  WOT should be about 4400 RPM and it has regularly achieved that (or close to it) several times in the last few months. Switching the port engine to the starboard tank seemed to correct the problem right away.  The next day (today), switching the starboard engine to the port tank could not produce any faulty idling or running.

Ideas??  Seems like a little too much coincidence that the tank w/the bad gauge reading also is the one that ran rough.

The boat is in a wet slip at The Wharf Marina, on the ICW, just west of Pensacola.  Thanks for any help any can provide.


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1965 Glasspar Avalon 50 HP Merc (SOLD)
1996 Viking 19' Deckboat, sterndrive (SOLD)
2000 Bayliner 2159 Deckboat (SOLD)
1997 Bayliner 3788 Flybridge Sedan "Buzz Zinga"
Orange Beach, AL & Atlanta, GA
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