B714

Clymer Mariner 2-220 HP Outboards

Clymer Mariner 2-220 HP Outboards

Description

The Clymer Mariner 2-220 HP Outboards features general information, tools and techniques, troubleshooting and much more.

Features

  • 1976-1989
  • Including Electric Motors
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$36.95
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$25.73
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Details

CHAPTER ONE / GENERAL INFORMATION

CHAPTER TWO / TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES

CHAPTER THREE / TROUBLESHOOTING
Operating requirements / Starting system / Charging system / 2-48 hp Ignition system / 50-200 hp Ignition system / Cylinder firing order change (Mariner 70 hp) / Fuel system / Engine / Specifications

CHAPTER FOUR / LUBRICATION, MAINTENANCE AND TUNE-UP
Lubrication / Storage / Complete submersion / Anti-corrosion maintenance / Engine flushing / Tune-up / Compression check / Spark plugs / Lower unit and water pump check / Fuel system service / Magneto ignition system service / Battery and starter motor check / Solenoid check / Internal wiring harness check / Timing, synchronization and adjustment / Performance test / Specifications

CHAPTER FIVE / TIMING, SYNCHRONIZING AND ADJUSTING
Engine timing / Synchronizing / Specifications

CHAPTER SIX / FUEL SYSTEM
Fuel pump / 2-48 hp carburetors / Throttle plunger carburetor (Mariner 2A and 2B) / Mikuni BV 18-14 carburetor (Mariner 3.5 hp) / Throttle plunger carburetor (Mariner 15A, 15B, W15) / Downdraft carburetor (Mariner 8 and 8A) / Integral fuel pump carburetor / Center bowl carburetor / Dual-float center bowl carburetor / Side bowl and back drag carburetor / WME carburetor / Electronic fuel injection EFI / Enrichener valve and choke solenoid systems / Anti-siphon devices / Water-separating fuel filter / Fuel tank / Fuel line and primer bulb / Specifications

CHAPTER SEVEN / ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Battery / Charging system / Electric starting system / Starting system / Magneto ignition system / Capacitor discharge ignition (CDI) / Distributor-type CDI system / Alternator drive CDI system / Small bore CDI system (1976-1983 Mariner 60 hp) / Specifications

CHAPTER EIGHT / POWER HEAD
Fasteners and torque / Gaskets and sealants / Removal installation / Disassembly / Specifications

CHAPTER NINE and TEN / 2-48 HP LOWER UNIT
Water pump / Bearing carrier and propeller shaft / Pinion gear and drive shaft / Shift shaft / Forward gear and bearing assembly / Lower unit housing / Pinion gear depth and gear backlash / Propeller / Trim tab and anode / Model R drive lower unit / Water pump / Bearing carrier and propeller shaft / Drive shaft pinion gear removal / Drive shaft pinion gear installation / Propeller shaft forward gear removal/disassembly / Pinion gear height / Forward and reverse gear backlash / Propeller / Drive shaft housing / Trim tab adjustment / Specifications

CHAPTER ELEVEN / AUTOMATIC REWIND STARTER
Specifications

CHAPTER TWELVE / MARINER ELECTRIC MOTORS
Lubrication / Periodic maintenance / Battery / Propeller / Electrical troubleshooting / Electrical component testing / Lower unit / Control housing / Specifications

CHAPTER THIRTEEN / POWER TRIM AND TILT SYSTEM
External power trim system / Hydraulic pump / Troubleshooting / Solenoid test / Trim limit adjustments / Trim cylinders / Troubleshooting / Specifications

INDEX

WIRING DIAGRAMS

Models covered:
1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 MARINER 2-CYLINDER INLINE
1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 MARINER 3-CYLINDER INLINE
1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 MARINER 4-CYLINDER INLINE
1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 MARINER 6-CYLINDER INLINE
1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 MARINER V6

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Clymer Mariner 2-220 HP Outboards B714 Mariner 2-220 HP Outboards
$25.73
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