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Re: Yanmar 2QM15 Rebuild

One sign was that the engine was a little hard to first start when cold (weather in the 60s and below). And within the month before she froze up, I noticed the engine oil was a just a tad bit lower than usual. All understandable in hindsight.
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Re: Yanmar 2QM15 Rebuild

I just purchased a 2QM15 to replace the Atomic 4 in my boat. I received the Parts List and the Service manual with the engine (1977) To answer Banjo Boy's request for part numbers this is what I have;
Oil Sensor 124060-39451
Coolant Sensor 46150-004530 replaced with 127610-91350 (200 degrees)
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Re: Yanmar 2QM15 Rebuild

How hard was it and how do you get the cylinder liners out of the block? Looks like these could get rusted in.
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Re: Yanmar 2QM15 Rebuild

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How hard was it and how do you get the cylinder liners out of the block? Looks like these could get rusted in.
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It was pretty easy removing both cylinder liners. You can buy or easily make cylinder liner extractor. I made mine from a threaded rod and scrap Aluminum.
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It was pretty easy removing both cylinders. You can buy or easily make cylinder extractor. I made mine from a threaded rod and scrap Aluminum.
Are you refering to removing the cylinder or the cylinder liner with this tool?
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Yes, Cylinder liners.
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Re: Yanmar 2QM15 Rebuild

If you don't mind me asking, where did you end up buying your Yanmar parts?
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Re: Yanmar 2QM15 Rebuild

I called and had them shipped via UPS from Mastry Engine Center.

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Re: Yanmar 2QM15 Rebuild

Dreuge,
Where the fuel injectors go into the head, there are several washers, packing, and an o-ring. It looks like you may have removed these to clean the head. Did you install the old or install new? If you took these parts out, was that difficult?
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