It might seem like a frightening task, but replacing your outboard motor pump is easier than you think. Here are just a few tips for making it happen.
1. Gather Everything You Need
Don’t wait until the middle of the project to go dashing back in the house for a forgotten part. Gather all of your screws, sealants and mounts so everything is on hand when you need it.
2. Drop the Gearcase
This will give you access to the pump and its all parts, including the all-important impeller blades. Make sure you’ve done your research in regards to the make and model of your pump. Some gearcases are moved differently than others.