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Oil will not circulate in 1949 mercury engine?

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2012-09-10 04:15:04
2012-09-10 04:15:04

Has this engine ever been rebuilt? It may have so much sludge in the oil passages that oil can not circulate. It might be time for a complete overhaul and cleanout. If the engine has been rebuilt recently, you need to check oil output volume and pressure. Unless the oil pump shaft is actually broken, it's very unusual to have no circulation at all.

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