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Hi everyone,

my brother has just got an evinrude 120 V4 model number BE120TLEIE with the serial number G02637327.

I was wondering if anyone knew if there was an online wiring diagram anywhere?

I have done a search but turned up nothing so far.

Should I just get him a workshop manual on cd from a well known auction site?

Any idea on the age of this engine?

Thanks in advance.

Malcolm.
 
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Thanks Chris and Bill, I will pass that onto him.

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Hi everyone,

my brother has just got an evinrude 120 V4 model number BE120TLEIE with the serial number G02637327.

I was wondering if anyone knew if there was an online wiring diagram anywhere?

I have done a search but turned up nothing so far.

Should I just get him a workshop manual on cd from a well known auction site?

Any idea on the age of this engine?

Thanks in advance.

Malcolm.
I have one on CD for my Evinrude from that same source. It has what you need. you should be able to track down the year here. http://epc.brp.com/default.aspx?brands=ej&lang=E&dealerlocator=no
 

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Hi, my first post on this forum. I have also just got myself a Evinrude 120hp VRO attached to a Shetland 610, unfortunately the VRO has been replaced with a standard fuel pump on mine, with all the bad posts around don't suppose anyone has one they removed they no longer want? £200+ for a new one is a bit steep. Just thought I'd ask lol
 
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Provided it’s the correct standard pump then that is fine. The RNLI used to run the 70hp years ago and binned all the VRO pumps, replaced them with standard fuel pumps and the engines were run on 50:1 premix.

The VRO pump (righty or wrongly) has a bad reputation for reliability.
 
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