How to fix your outboard motor with the help of this professional electronic PDF download version of the detailed and specific Mercury 135 hp, 150 hp, 175 hp, 200 hp repair guide.
Production/model years: 0000
Model specification: 135 hp, 150 hp, 175 hp, 200 hp
Model numbers 0G960500
Manual Language: English
Manual format: PDF / e-book (zip)
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Mercury 30 HP, 40 HP, 30/40 MH, 30/40 ELPT, 40 ELPT BIGFOOT, 4 Stroke EFI Outboard 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Service Manual
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The Mercury 135 HP Outboard Engine Manual is a comprehensive manual for those looking to repair, maintain, or maintain their boats. The manual is divided into three main sections: Installation, Maintenance, and Repair. The manual gives detailed information about all of the units that make up an outboard motor and how they are connected together.
The manual begins with a brief overview of how to start an engine. Then the fundamentals of engine operation are covered, from turning the engine off to changing oil and other fluids, to proper engine alignment. Included in the manual are engine setup and maintenance tips for common problems. Many of these tips can be used for outboard engines as well. For instance, problems associated with low oil pressure can be found by lowering the air pressure in the fuel tank. Similarly, poor engine functioning can be detected by examining the condition of the water in the engine.
The manual goes into further detail about various parts of an engine and explains in great detail how each of them should be inspected on a regular basis for signs of wear and tear. Parts like the water pump, starter, battery, oil pump, battery cables, starter solenoid, radiator, carburetor, water filter, radiator hoses, oil filter boots, and idlers are checked. If any of these parts are broken or damaged, special attention must be given to their repair before continuing, otherwise it will be impossible to start the boat.
Maintenance of all of these parts is also detailed in the manual. Detailed procedures are given for installing accessories, checking belts, and replacing leaks as well as cleaning and lubricating the parts. It is very important that any leaks are fixed immediately. Otherwise, if the engine is not properly oiled, problems can arise that are very costly to repair.