B712

Clymer Mercury/Mariner 75-225 HP 4-Stroke Outboards 2001-2003

Clymer Mercury/Mariner 75-225 HP 4-Stroke Outboards 2001-2003

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The Clymer Mercury/Mariner 75-225 HP 4-Stroke Outboards 2001-2003 includes general information, troubleshooting, and much more.

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496 pages

CHAPTER ONE / GENERAL INFORMATION
Manual organization / Warnings, cautions and notes / Safety / Service hints / Engine operation / Outboard engine identification / Fasteners / Lubricants / RTV gasket sealant / Anaerobic sealant / Threadlocking compound / Galvanic corrosion / Propellers / Basic hand tools / Special tools / Precision measuring tools / Electrical system fundamentals / Basic mechanical skills / Specifications

CHAPTER TWO / TROUBLESHOOTING
Electrical components / Preliminary inspection / Starting difficulty / Electric starting system / Fuel system / Ignition system / Warning system / Charging system / Power head / Cooling system / Gearcase / Trim/tilt system / Electronic fuel injection (EFI) system / Specifications

CHAPTER THREE / LUBRICATION, MAINTENANCE AND TUNE-UP
Before each use / After each use / Routine maintenance / Fuel requirements / Lubricants / Power head maintenance / Gearcase maintenance / Midsection maintenance / Tune up / Storage preparation and recommissioning / Submersion / Corrosion prevention / Specifications

CHAPTER FOUR / SYNCHRONIZATION AND ADJUSTMENTS
Pilot screw adjustment (75-90 hp models) / Linkage, throttle position sensor, carburetor synchronization and idle speed adjustments / Ignition timing check / Throttle cable adjustment / Shift cable adjustment / Valve adjustment / Trim tab adjustment / Trim position sender adjustment / Specifications

CHAPTER FIVE / FUEL SYSTEM
Fuel system service / Fuel tank / Fuel hose / Fuel filter / Primer bulb / Mechanical fuel pump / Silencer cover / Intake manifold / Dashpot / Electrothermal valve / Carburetor / Throttle body / Vapor separator tank / Secondary vapor separator tank / Low-pressure electric fuel pump / Fuel pump relay / Fuel pump driver / Fuel cooler / Fuel pressure regulator / Fuel rail and injectors / Idle air control motor / Air temperature sensor / Air pressure sensor / Throttle position sensor / Specifications

CHAPTER SIX / ELECTRICAL AND IGNITION SYSTEMS
Electrical components / Battery / Charging system / Starting system / Ignition system / Specifications

CHAPTER SEVEN / POWER HEAD
Flywheel/cover / Timing belt and tensioner / Crankshaft pulley / Valve cover / Camshaft, timing chain and camshaft pulley / Cylinder head removal and installation / Water pressure relief valve / Thermostat / Exhaust/water jacket cover / Cylinder head / Power head / Oil pump / Crankshaft pulley / Power head / Cylinder block components / Bearing selection / Engine break-in procedures / Specifications

CHAPTER EIGHT / GEARCASE
Gearcase operation / Gearcase service precautions / Propeller / Gearcase / Water pump / Water pump component / Gearcase / Specifications

CHAPTER NINE / POWER TRIM AND TILT
Trim/tilt relay / Trim position sender / Trim switch / Manual relief valve / Power trim / Electric trim motor / Trim system / Trim and tilt system fluid / Specifications

CHAPTER TEN / MIDSECTION
Lower motor mount / Tilt tube / Clamp bracket / Tilt lock lever / Oil pump / Upper motor mount / Swivel tube / Swivel housing / Power head adapter / Exhaust silencer / Exhaust tube / Oil pressure relief valve / Oil pan and oil pickup tube / Drive shaft housing / Specifications

CHAPTER ELEVEN / REMOTE CONTROL
Cable removal and installation / Remote control disassembly and assembly

INDEX
COLOR WIRING DIAGRAMS

Models covered:
2001 2002 2003 MERCURY/MARINER 115 HP
2001 2002 2003 MERCURY/MARINER 225 HP
2001 2002 2003 MERCURY/MARINER 75 HP
2001 2002 2003 MERCURY/MARINER 90 HP

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Clymer Mercury/Mariner 75-225 HP 4-Stroke Outboards 2001-2003 B712 Mercury/Mariner 75-225 HP 4-Stroke Outboards 2001-2003
$25.73
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