Original 2001 Mercury Mariner 50-60HP Factory Service Manual.
boat motor manual for 2001 50 hp mercury
2001 (01) Mercury-Mariner models 50 HP (50HP) & 60 HP (60HP) 4-Stroke (Four Stroke) Outboard Engines With Serial Numbers 0T178500 and Above.
Covers Bigfoot (Big Foot) and Non-Bigfoot models. This is the original factory service manual 90-858896.
Manual is indexed and searchable with hi-resolution color diagrams and images.
Section 1 - Important Information
A - Specifications
B - Maintenance
C - General Information
D - Outboard Motor Installation
Section 2 - Electrical
A - Ignition
B - Charging & Starting System
C - Timing,Synchronizing & Adjusting
D - Wiring Diagrams
Section 3 - Fuel System
A - Fuel Pump
B - Carburetor
C - Emissions
Section 4 - Powerhead
A - Cylinder Head
B - Cylinder Block/Crankcase
C - Lubrication
Section 5 - Mid-Section
A - Clamp/Swivel Brackets & Drive Shaft Housing
B - Power Trim
C - Manual Tilt Assist
Section 6 - Lower Unit
A - Non-Bigfoot Gear Housing
B - Bigfoot Gear Housing
Section 7 - Attachments/Control Linkage
A - Throttle/Shift Linkage
B - Tiller Handle
Section 8 - Color Diagrams
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