1995 Johnson/Evinrude Outboards 9.9, 15 four-stroke Service Manual, Page 33Get this manual

1995 Johnson/Evinrude Outboards 9.9, 15 four-stroke Service Manual, Page 33

Submerged Engines Engine Dropped Overboard (Not Running) If engine is recovered from water immediately, it must be serviced
and clean all fuel lines and fuel tank4Place engine in horizontal position (spark plug openings down) and work out all of
the water by slowly rotating flywheel approximately 20 times, or until there are no signs of water5Drain carburetorsplace
engine in upright position and remove carburetors for disassembly and draining6Starters, electrical connectors, and all electrical
equipment should be completely disassembled, cleaned, flushed with fresh water, treated with water displacing electrical
spray, and thoroughly dried before assembly7Inject outboard lubricant into spark plug holes8Reassemble parts you removed
and disconnectedStart engine (follow starting instructions) and run 12 hour9If engine fails to start, remove spark plugs
again to see if water is present on electrodesBlowout any water from electrodes and reinstall, or replace with new plugsRepeat