How to fix your outboard motor with the help of this professional electronic PDF download version of the Mercury 75 hp - 90 hp fourstroke manual / repair guide.
Manual details, specs and technical data:
Production/model years: 2000, 2001, 2002 onwards
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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Model specifications: 75 hp - 90 hp, fourstroke
Starting Serial Number 0G960500
Manual Language: English
Manual format: PDF / e-book (zip)
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This version is the same OEM manual used by professional 4-stroke outboard mechanics, technicians and dealership for service, maintenance and repairs.
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The Mercury 75 Hp - 90 Hp Fourstroke Outboard manual will show you what parts you should be replacing and the things you need to know about the outboard. It will also tell you what you should do if the boat breaks down and what repairs it needs to make. This manual can also be used if you want to bring your boat to a mechanic for some maintenance. Since mechanics are usually experts with boats, a manual is usually the best option for them to refer to since they already know exactly what they should be doing.
If you are just starting out with your boat, the manual is something you can use to help you get started. It will also tell you which parts of the engine are most prone to damage and how they can be repaired. After you have learned all about the boat, you can then purchase new parts and start repairing your outboard.
You should also consider that there are some parts of your boat that are not meant to be repaired by manual labor. This does not mean that you should not repair these parts either. The manual will tell you why these parts should not be repaired and you should only be doing the maintenance that is listed on the manual. If you are unsure as to whether or not the part is worth repairing, then you should probably consider buying a new part instead of wasting your time trying to repair it. The manual will be your guide in getting parts for maintenance and keeping track of when the next maintenance activity is to take place. This will make it much easier for you to keep your boat in good working order no matter what you are doing with it.