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2007 Nautique rough running first set

cacmancacman Posts: 108 Open or Level 9 Skier
I have a 2007 Nautique PCM Magnum330 Runs rough first set or so. Sounds like missing out. Any thoughts?

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  • buechsrbuechsr Posts: 91 Baller
    how long have you owned it? old gas? I'd start with fuel filters and cap and rotor.
    vtjc
  • thagerthager Posts: 5,182 Mega Baller
    Check the distributer cap. Last year my 02 196 was running like it had bad gas. Rotor contact had worn a hole through the cap contact.
    Stir vigorously then leave!
  • h2onhkh2onhk Posts: 342 Crazy Baller
    +1 on cap/rotor
  • ClydesdaleClydesdale Posts: 213 Solid Baller
    90% distributor cap rotor
  • BoozeBooze Posts: 442 Crazy Baller
    Dist cap
  • aupatkingaupatking Posts: 1,625 Mega Baller
    edited March 24
    Same as everyone here has said, distributor cap and rotor. I run the same boat/engine and that’s been the solution twice now with the problem you described. Worst case, it’s a needed maintenance item anyway that is only a 5 minute change
  • cacmancacman Posts: 108 Open or Level 9 Skier
    Thanks really appreciate the help. Anyone know the part numbers?
  • aupatkingaupatking Posts: 1,625 Mega Baller
    Cap RA108009, Rotor RA 103011. Those are both PCM item numbers. You may need to cross reference them.
    cacman
  • DWDW Posts: 2,307 Mega Baller
    In addition to the cap/rotor, when was last spark plug change done? Ignition coil is also a potential if the cap/rotor does not solve issue although coil issues are more typically exasperated at elevated temperatures.
  • cacmancacman Posts: 108 Open or Level 9 Skier
    Ordered Cap and rotor Quicksilver $109
  • 2Valve2Valve Posts: 378 Crazy Baller
    don't forget to inspect your plug wires for insulation breakdown.
  • JmoskiJmoski Posts: 377 Solid Baller
    What is the recommended change interval for the cap & rotor?
  • cacmancacman Posts: 108 Open or Level 9 Skier
    Above the distributor cap is a black square. Looks like fuse box. Does this need to be removed to install new cap?
  • thagerthager Posts: 5,182 Mega Baller
    4 bolts, will give you room to work.
    Stir vigorously then leave!
    cacman
  • JamesJames Posts: 6 Baller
    The box “fuse box” you are describing is most likely the Relay/Fuse block. Yes, you have to remove it to get to the distributor cap. If you are interested in pictures of what you are looking at go to PlanetNautique.com and click on “manuals/brochures”. Scroll down to 2007 PCM parts manual. Page 38 of the manual shows the “fuse box”.
    cacmanAndre
  • cacmancacman Posts: 108 Open or Level 9 Skier
    Installed new cap and rotor. Ran nearly perfect, but the plastic tab that the distributor cap screws into is all but gone. Not sure if that was the main problem and soon new cap will have issues or if that allowed condensation or shifting of cap. Any one have a thought on how to fix other than new distributor?
  • thagerthager Posts: 5,182 Mega Baller
    edited March 29
    I believe there is a kit to fix that. Skidim maybe?
    Stir vigorously then leave!
  • h2onhkh2onhk Posts: 342 Crazy Baller
    @cacman Check out the Vortec Distributer Repair Plate. $26

    https://www.napaonline.com/en/p/NDP6551259
  • cacmancacman Posts: 108 Open or Level 9 Skier
    Yep that's exactly what I need. Also found on Amazon, but not sure what vehicle to input so that I get the correct one.
  • cacmancacman Posts: 108 Open or Level 9 Skier
    Installed the repair plate worked great. Thanks for everyone help
    h2onhk
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