Took my 1st shot at PWS early yesterday and came back today. I got a check engine light when I started my outboard in Pigot bay. The motor went into "limp" mode. There is a sequence of lights on the tach that flash before you hit the ignition. Thought I may have jumped the gun on that so I shut it down and started it again. This time no light and no "limp" mode...it seemed to run fine. So I get home and flush it then check the oil. The oil has turned a delightful beige color and is quite thin. I thought water initially but it actually smells like fuel. Its a '99 Evinrude 4 stroke 70 hp EE model (built by Suzuki). Before I bought it I asked around to see where I could get service if needed. Anchorage Yamaha on Spenard and Burkshore at Big lake said they had the diagnostic software. Anyone care to make a recommendation as I really don't know anything about either business. Anyone have an idea what the cause might be? Should I drain the oil? Probably a waiting list at either place so it may be a while before it gets looked at.