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Manufacturer BRP Marine
Engine Type Outboard
Repair Time 30 to 60 mins
Repair Difficulty Easy
Sections 6


For installation of Fuel Pump Repair Kit used on Johnson® 2002 (SN) and newer 55 HP Military outboard models.

For safety reasons, this kit must be installed by an authorized Evinrude/Johnson dealer. These installation instructions contain information that can help prevent personal injury and damage to equipment. Understand the following symbols before proceeding:

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The assembly procedures outlined in this sheet should be performed by a skilled technician. If you have questions, see your dealer. Save these instructions in your owner's kit. This sheet contains information important to the future use and maintenance of your engine.

Give this sheet to the owner. Advise the owner of any special operation or maintenance information contained in the instructions. This kit is designed for specific applicable models only. It is not recommended for units other than those for which it was sold.


Ref P/N Name of Part Qty
2 303615 *GASKET, Fuel pump to bypass cover 1
3 332678 *DIAPHRAGM 1
4 335334 *CHECK VALVE 2
5 N/A *GASKET, Front cover 1
6 N/A *GASKET, Rear cover 1
7 N/A *SUPPORT, Air dome spring 1


Before working on any part of the outboard, first read WARNING section below.

Gasoline is extremely flammable and highly explosive under certain conditions. Use caution when working on any part of the fuel system.

Always work in a well ventilated area and wipe off any fuel spillage.

DO NOT smoke and make certain no open flames or ignition sources exist.

After servicing the fuel system, momentarily pressure the fuel system and check for leaks. Failure to check for fuel leakage could allow a leak to go undetected, resulting in fire or explosion.

To prevent accidental starting while servicing, twist and remove all spark plug leads.

Wear safety glasses to avoid personal injury, and set compressed air to less than 25 psi (172 kPa).

Always disconnect the battery cables at the battery before servicing the fuel system unless instructed to do otherwise.

Do not attempt to run engine with any fuel system component disconnected or removed except as directed. Fuel leakage could contribute to a fire or explosion.

Always check fuel system components for signs of deterioration, cuts, cracking, or abrasion. Replace with specified parts.


Avoiding damage to hoses, remove hose clamps from inlet, outlet and pulse hoses. Remove hoses from fuel pump fittings. Remove two pump mounting screws. Remove and discard filter mounting gasket from behind pump.


Remove remaining four fuel pump housing screws. Separate covers and intermediate housing to allow access to all internal components.


Clean all housing components with mild aerosol solvent and blow dry. Do not dry parts with a cloth as lint could stick to the parts and clog the passages or prevent pump valves from seating. Dissolve hard fuel deposits with Cleaning Solvent™.


Identify all components for proper assembly.

Assemble fuel pump with new components as follows.

Install air dome spring on rear cover seat. Install air dome spring support with stem in hole in housing. Place gasket on rear cover.

Do not use sharp tools to install check valves. Install check valves with care to avoid damage.

Place a drop of outboard engine oil on the stem of each new check valve. Carefully install check valves by pushing valve stem through center hole and pulling stem through on opposite side until barb holds valve secure.

Using new O-ring, securely tighten intermediate plug to housing. Place diaphragm over rear cover and gasket. Install spring support into intermediate housing aligning hex. Install spring and seat facing diaphragm.

Place front cover gasket and pump front cover on assembly aligning mount holes. Apply Nut Lock™ to threads of screws.

Install four screws and torque 24 to 36 in. lbs. (2.8 to 4.0 N·m).

Install pump assembly to crankcase using new mounting gasket and apply Nut Lock to threads of both screws. Torque screws 24 to 36 in. lbs. (2.8 to 4.0 N·m).

Secure fuel pump hoses with hose clamps. Use clamp P/N 0346786 for fuel inlet and outlet hoses. Use clamp P/N 0346931 for crankcase pulse hose to fuel pump hose.

Water test outboard under normal operating conditions to verify proper fuel pump and engine operation.

Water test outboard under normal operating conditions to verify proper fuel pump and engine operation.

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