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2007 Yamaha F50 TLR Water Pump Impeller Replacement
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This video will walk you through changing out and replacing an impeller water pump on a Yamaha Outboard Engine. This video is for a Yamaha F50 TLR Four Stroke. However it should work for most other models including the F40 and F60. Check your owners manual for details. This will most likely work for Suzuki, Honda, Mercury Evinrude and other outboards.

How to replace a Yamaha Water Pump Impeller.

KEEP THE ENGINE IN NEUTRAL AT ALL TIMES UNTIL YOU ARE FINISHED INSTALLATION AND READY TO START IT AND TEST.

Should you have questions please feel free to call or email me.

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