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    '94 150 Pro V

    wondering if I should disconnect the oil pump and mix myself??

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    That's a call you'll have to make on your own. Yamaha oil systems are some of the best out there. If there's a problem, it's usually due to the oil level sensors, at which point you'll get a warning light or horn.

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    It's a near perfect system. All you need to do is make sure you have outboard motor oil in it. The system will pump the contents of the tank. Thanks Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrat View Post
    wondering if I should disconnect the oil pump and mix myself??
    My 1990 175 Pro V Ran amazing until the sensor went bad and ran the motor dry. After my rebuild hate to say but I dont trust it no more, im premixing it my self.
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    My oil pump is still working perfect!
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