Nissan Fuel Connectors

1/4" NPT Chrome Plated Brass, Engine Size to 90HP, Male Fuel Line Tank Connector for Nissan Tohatsu - Moeller
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Tempo Part Number: 240240
Scepter Part Number: # 05811

3/8" Barb Chrome Plated Brass Fuel Line Tank Connector for Nissan Tohatsu - Moeller
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Tempo Part Number: 240130
Scepter Part Number: # 05809

3/8" Barb Chrome Plated Brass, Engine Size to 90HP, Female Fuel Line Tank Connector for Nissan Tohatsu - Moeller
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Moeller Marine Nissan/Tohatsu female engine end fuel line connector with 3/8" I.D. hose barb. Constructed of nickle plated brass uses Buna-N seal material in o-ring to ensure ues with ethanol based fuel. Moeller Marine uses three ball bearings to couple mating connector.

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Tempo Part Number: 240250
Scepter Part Number: # 05810

1/4" NPT Chrome Plated Brass Fuel Line Tank Connector for Nissan Tohatsu - Moeller
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Moeller Marine male Tohatsu/ Nissan fuel tank connector. Nickle plated brass with viton o-ring seal. 1/4" NPT threads are machined CNC cut for precision. Works on all Tohatsu and Nissan outboard engines.

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Tempo Part Number: 240120
Scepter Part Number: # 07372

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Q:
I have a problem with my boat I kind of have a idea what it is maybe you can tell me.. my boat keepso bogging when I give it gas I was thinking if it's the fuel lines?
A:
There could be air in the fuel lines, so you could check there. However, most of the time the carb needs to be rebuilt or cleaned or a fuel pump problem. Your engine is starving for fuel, so it could be a few different things. Best thing to do is contact a technician and get it diagnosed properly so you can replace/fix the issue.
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