B740

Clymer MerCruiser Stern Drives 1964-1985 w/TR & TRS, 1986-1987

Clymer MerCruiser Stern Drives 1964-1985 w/TR & TRS, 1986-1987

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The Clymer MerCruiser Stern Drives 1964-1985 w/TR & TRS, 1986-1987 features general information, tools and techniques, troubleshooting, and much more.

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616 pages

CHAPTER ONE / GENERAL INFORMATION

CHAPTER TWO / TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES

CHAPTER THREE / TROUBLESHOOTING

CHAPTER FOUR / LUBRICATION, MAINTENANCE AND TUNE-UP

CHAPTER FIVE / LAY-UP, COOLING SYSTEM AND FITTING OUT

CHAPTER SIX / GM INLINE ENGINE
Removal installation / Rocker arm cover / Intake exhaust manifold / Crankshaft pulley torsional damper / Timing gear cover and seal / Rocker arm / Camshaft / Oil pan / Oil pump / Cylinder head / Valves and seats / Piston connecting rod / Crankshaft / Flywheel / Cylinder block / Core plug / Specifications

CHAPTER SEVEN / GM V6 AND V8 ENGINES
Removal installation / Rocker arm cover / Intake exhaust manifold / Crankshaft pulley and torsional damper / Front cover and seal / Timing chain and sprockets / Rocker arm / Camshaft / Oil pan / Oil pump / Cylinder head / Valves and seats / Piston connecting rod / Crankshaft / Rear main oil seal / Flywheel / Cylinder block / Core plugs / Specifications

CHAPTER EIGHT / FORD V8 ENGINES
Removal installation / Disassembly checklists / Rocker arm cover / Intake manifold / Exhaust manifolds / Crankshaft pulley and vibration damper / Front cover and seal / Timing chain and sprocket / Rocker arm / Camshaft / Oil pan / Oil pump / Cylinder head / Valves and seats / Piston connecting rod / Crankshaft / Rear main bearing oil seal / Flywheel / Cylinder block / Core plugs / Specifications

CHAPTER NINE / MERCRUISER 60, 80 AND 90 ENGINES
Removal installation / Rocker arm cover / Intake exhaust manifolds / Inner transom plate / Front cover and seal / Rocker arm / Camshaft and timing chain / Oil pan pump / Cylinder head / Valves and seats / Piston connecting rod / Crankshaft / Flywheel / Cylinder block / Core plugs / Specifications

CHAPTER TEN / MERCRUISER 470, 485, 488, 170MR AND 190MR
Removal installation / Rocker arm cover / Intake exhaust manifold / Alternator rotor/stator / Front cover and seals / Rocker arm / Camshaft / Timing chain and sprockets / Oil pan / Oil pump / Cylinder head / Valves and seats / Piston connecting rod assembly / Crankshaft / Flywheel / Cylinder block / Core plugs / Specifications

CHAPTER ELEVEN / FUEL SYSTEM
Carburetors / Fuel pump / Specifications

CHAPTER TWELVE / COOLING SYSTEM
Thermostat / Engine circulating pump / Seawater pickup pump / Seawater engine pump / Specifications

CHAPTER THIRTEEN / ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
Direct drive alternator charging system / MerCrusier 470 alternator charging system (air-cooled regulator) / MerCrusier 470, 485 and 488 (water-cooled regulator) / Delco-Remy external regulator system / Motorola alternator system / Mando alternator system /Drive belt adjustment replacement / Starting system / Ignition system / Breaker point distributor / Thunderbolt distributor / Ignition coil / Ignition resistance wire / 2-station tachometer switch / Switch panel test / Power trim control panel switch / Power trim indicator sender / Neutral safety switch / Specifications

CHAPTER FOURTEEN / MERCRUISER DRIVE SYSTEM
MerCruiser Model O / MerCruiser Model I / MerCrusier Model II non-transom mounted / MerCruiser Model II transom-mounted models / MerCruiser II-TR, II-TRS and 215-H / MerCruiser 215-E / Specifications

CHAPTER FIFTEEN / GEAR HOUSING
Model I drive / Model II drive / Model II-TR and II-TRS gear housing / Model I-MR drive / Specifications

CHAPTER SIXTEEN / DRIVE SHAFT HOUSING
Model I drive / Model II / Model II-TR and II-TRS drive / Specifications

CHAPTER SEVENTEEN / BELL HOUSING, GIMBAL BEARING AND GIMBAL RING
I-drive bell housing / II-TRS bell housing / Gimbal bearing / Gimbal ring / Specifications

CHAPTER EIGHTEEN / POWER TRIM AND TILT SYSTEMS

INDEX

WIRING DIAGRAMS

Models covered:
1986 1987 MERCRUISER MODEL 0
1986 1987 MERCRUISER MODEL 215
1986 1987 MERCRUISER MODEL I
1986 1987 MERCRUISER MODEL II
1986 1987 MERCRUISER MODEL II-TR
1986 1987 MERCRUISER MODEL II-TRS MERCRUISER MODEL III

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Clymer MerCruiser Stern Drives 1964-1985 w/TR & TRS, 1986-1987 B740 MerCruiser Stern Drives 1964-1985 w/TR & TRS, 1986-1987
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