Mercury/Mariner Outboard Shop Manual

4-90 HP Carbureted Four-Stoke 1995-2006

Mercury/Mariner Outboard Shop Manual
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Format: Paperback / softback, 560 Pages
ISBN: 9781620921548
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Mercury/Mariner 4 HP (1995-2006)

Mercury/Mariner 5 HP (1995-2006)

Mercury/Mariner 6 HP (1995-2006)

Mercury/Mariner 9.9 HP (1995-2006)

Mercury/Mariner 15 HP (1995-2006)

Mercury/Mariner 25 HP (1995-2006)

Mercury/Mariner 30 HP (1995-2006)

Mercury/Mariner 40 HP (1995-2006)

Mercury/Mariner 50 HP (1995-2006)

Mercury/Mariner 75 HP (1995-2006)

Mercury/Mariner 90 HP (1995-2006)

Does not cover 60 HP models.

TROUBLESHOOTING

LUBRICATION, MAINTENANCE AND TUNE-UP

ENGINE TOP END

ENGINE LOWER END

CLUTCH AND EXTERNAL SHIFT MECHANISM

TRANSMISSION AND INTERNAL SHIFT MECHANISM

FUEL, EMISSION CONTROL AND EXHAUST SYSTEMS

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

COOLING SYSTEM

WHEELS, TIRES AND DRIVE CHAIN

FRONT SUSPENSION AND STEERING

REAR SUSPENSION

BRAKES

BODY AND FRAME

COLOR WIRING DIAGRAMS

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Specs

Format: Paperback / softback, 560 Pages
ISBN: 9781620921548
Size: 8.5 in x 11 in / 215.9 mm x 279.4 mm
Published:

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