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Mercury 15 Manual

Mercury 15 Manual

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Mercury 15hp two-stroke outboard engine User Manual
Mercury 15hp two-stroke outboard engine User Manual

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Welcome Aboard!
Proper care and maintenance is an important part in keeping your Mercury Product operating at peak efficiency for maximumperformance and economy. The enclosed Owner's Registration Cardis your key to trouble-free family fun. Refer to you
Operation andMaintenance Manual
for full details of your warranty coverage.Details of your nearest dealer can be found on
www.marinepower.com
where country maps and full contact informationare displayed.Is your engine properly registered for warranty purpose? Pleasecheck on www.marinepower.com. If necessary, please contact your local dealer.If the outboard motor’s serial number plate contains the CE mark inthe lower left-hand corner, the following statement applies:This outboard motor manufactured by Mercury Marine, Fond du Lac,WI, USA or Marine Power Europe Inc. Park Industrel, dePetit-Rechain, Belgium complies with the requirements of thefollowing directives and standards, as amended:Recreational Craft Directive:94/25/EC; std. ISO 8665, ISO 11547Machinery Directive:98/37/EC,EMC Directive:89/336/EC; std. EN50081-1, SAEJ551 (CISPR Pub. 12), EN 50082-1,IEC 61000 PT4-2, IEC 61000 PT4-3Patrick C. MackeyPresident, Mercury Marine, Fond du Lac, WI USAEuropean Regulations Contact:Product Environmental Engineering Department, Mercury Marine,Fond du Lac, WI USA
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Warranty Information
Transfer Of Warranty................................................................................1Warranty Registration United States And Canada...................................1Warranty Registration Outside The United States And Canada...............2Mercury Marine Two Years Limited Warranty (Europe)...........................3Mercury Marine One Year Limited Warranty (Confederation of IndependentStates, Middle-East, Africa)......................................................................63 Year Limited Warranty Against Corrosion.............................................9Warranty Coverage And Exclusions.......................................................12
GENERAL INFORMATION
Boater's Responsibilities.........................................................................15Before Operating Your Outboard............................................................15Boat Horsepower Capacity.....................................................................16High-Speed And High-Performance Boat Operation..............................16Outboard Remote Control Models .........................................................17Remote Steering Notice..........................................................................17Lanyard Stop Switch...............................................................................18Protecting People In The Water..............................................................20Passenger Safety Message - Pontoon Boats And Deck Boats..............20Wave And Wake Jumping......................................................................22Impact With Underwater Hazards...........................................................23Safety Instructions For Hand Tilled Outboards.......................................24Exhaust Emissions.................................................................................24Selecting Accessories For Your Outboard..............................................26Safe Boating Suggestions......................................................................26Recording Serial Number ......................................................................28Specifications..........................................................................................28
INSTALLATION
Installing Outboard..................................................................................30Battery Installation - Electric Start Models..............................................31Battery Connections...............................................................................31Propeller Selection..................................................................................32
 
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TRANSPORTING
Carrying Outboard..................................................................................33Trailering Boat........................................................................................33Transporting Outboard When Removed From Boat...............................34Transporting Portable Fuel Tanks..........................................................34
FUEL & OIL
Gasoline Recommendations...................................................................36Oil Recommendation..............................................................................37Mixing Fuel and Oil.................................................................................37Filling Fuel Tank.....................................................................................38
FEATURES & CONTROLS
Tiller Handle Models...............................................................................39Remote Control Models - Manual Start..................................................42Remote Control Models - Electric Start..................................................44Tilting Outboard......................................................................................45Shallow Water Operation........................................................................46Setting The Transom Angle Of Your Outboard ......................................47 Adjusting Transom Angle........................................................................49
OPERATION
Pre-Starting Check List...........................................................................50Operating In Freezing Temperatures......................................................50Operating In Salt Water Or Polluted Water.............................................50Operating at High Elevations..................................................................51Operating Outboard As An Auxiliary Engine...........................................51Pre-Starting Instructions.........................................................................51Engine Break-in Procedure.....................................................................52Starting The Engine - Tiller Handle Models And Manual Start RemoteControl Models........................................................................................52Starting The Engine - Electric Start Remote Control Models..................56Gear Shifting ..........................................................................................59Stopping The Engine .............................................................................60Emergency Starting ...............................................................................60

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