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I have a 93 Evinrude motor that is a 70 horse.. what it is doing is stalling out.. I can trim the motor all the way up untill the prop is just below the water line and give it all the gas I want... but once I trim it down into the water to start going it stalls out on me.. doesn't do it all the time but when it does it puts a damper on my fishing.. any ideas? can anyone maybe fix that for me if you know what is wrong with it?

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When mine did something very similar to that I had to get the carbs rebuilt. Check and see if gas is running out the front of the motor when you trim it down. Hope you find out what it is!

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When the motor is trimmed up it changes the fuel level in the carbs bowls.
Inspect the fuel lines, bulb and connections. Replace the filter and see if it runs better. Next thing to do is check the fuel pump and clean the carbs.

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