Original 2002-2004 Mercury 40HP, 50HP, 60HP, Factory Service Repair Manual.
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Starting Model Year: 2002
Starting Serial Number: 0T409000
- 2002-2004 Mercury-Mariner 40HP EFI 4-Stroke (Four-Stroke).
- 2002-2004 Mercury-Mariner 60HP EFI 4-Stroke (Four-Stroke).
- 2002-2004 Mercury-Mariner 50 HP EFI 4-Stroke (Four-Stroke).
- 2002-2004 Mercury-Mariner 40 HP EFI 4-Stroke (FourStroke) Bigfoot.
- 2002-2004 Mercury-Mariner 60 HP EFI 4-Stroke (FourStroke) Bigfoot.
Expert text service repair manual gives complete step by step information on maintenance, tune-up, repair and overhaul. This manual is highly detailed with undreds of photo illustrations to help guide you through every repair procedure.
This manual contains all you need to know to keep your Mercury-Mariner Outboard engine running right and is the only service repair manual you will need to repair and service your Outboard Motor.
Some of the included Chapters:
- Wiring Diagrams
- Fuel System and Carburetor
- Power Trim
- Lower Unit
- Jet Drive
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