I have a 70 HP Evinrude outboard on the back of 24' pontoon boat. The engine starts and runs flawlessly. However, if I run it at full throttle for 10 or fifteen minutes the engine dies. I tested the engine and the reason it dies is because there is no spark. If I let it sit for a while the engine starts again and runs but dies if run at full throttle for a similar length of time. I am guessing that some component is heating up and shutting the ignition down, but I have not idea which component it is. The engine feels cool and is definetly not overheating. Any help would be appreciated.
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Topic - 70HP Evinrude - Jessie 04:53:47 04/03/02 (2)
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