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Proper care and maintenance is an important part in keeping your Mercury Product operating at peak efficiency for maximum performance and economy. The enclosed Owner's Registration Card is your key to trouble‑free family fun. Refer to your Operation and Maintenance 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 information are displayed. Is your engine properly registered for warranty purpose? Please check on www.marinepower.com. If necessary, please contact your local dealer.

Declaration of Conformity
If the outboard motor’s serial number plate contains the CE mark in the 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 Industriel, de Petit‑Rechain, Belgium complies with the requirements of the following directives and standards, as amended:

Recreational Craft Directive: Owner's manual (A.2.5) Handling characteristics (A.4) Outboard engine starting (A.5.1.4) Fuel tanks (A.5.2.2) General steering system Safety of Machinery Directive Principles of safety integration (1.1.2) Noise (1.5.8) Vibration Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive Generic emission standard Generic immunity standard Vehicles, boats and internal combustion engine driven devices ‑ radio disturbance characteristics Electrostatic discharge testing EN 61000‑6‑3 EN 61000‑6‑1

94/25/EC ISO 10240 ISO 8665 ISO 11547 ISO 13591; ISO 8469 ABYC P‑17 98/37/EC EN 292‑1; EN 292‑2; EN 1050 ICOMIA 39/94 ICOMIA 38/94 89/336/EC

SAE J551 (CISPR 12) EN 61000‑6‑2; EN 61000‑4‑2; EN 61000‑4‑3

This declaration is issued under the sole responsibility of Mercury Marine and Marine Power Europe.

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© 2005 Mercury Marine

10/15 Sea Pro/Marathon - 6/8/9.9/10/15 HP

90-10142060 505

Patrick C. Mackey President, Mercury Marine, Fond du Lac, WI USA European Regulations Contact: Regulations and Product Safety Department, Mercury Marine, Fond du Lac, WI USA

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Warranty Information Transfer Of Warranty.............................................................................................................................................. 1 Warranty Registration United States And Canada................................................................................................. 1 Warranty Registration Outside The United States And Canada............................................................................. 1 Outboard Limited Warranty United States, Canada and Europe............................................................................ 2 Outboard Limited Warranty (Confederation of Independent States, Middle-East, and Africa................................ 3 3 Year Limited Warranty Against Corrosion........................................................................................................... 5 Warranty Coverage And Exclusions....................................................................................................................... 6

GENERAL INFORMATION Boater's Responsibilities......................................................................................................................................... 8 Before Operating Your Outboard............................................................................................................................ 8 Boat Horsepower Capacity..................................................................................................................................... 8 High-Speed And High-Performance Boat Operation.............................................................................................. 9 Outboard Remote Control Models ......................................................................................................................... 9 Remote Steering Notice......................................................................................................................................... 9 Lanyard Stop Switch............................................................................................................................................. 10 Protecting People In The Water........................................................................................................................... 11 Passenger Safety Message - Pontoon Boats And Deck Boats............................................................................ 12 Wave And Wake Jumping.................................................................................................................................... 12 Impact With Underwater Hazards......................................................................................................................... 13 Safety Instructions For Hand Tilled Outboards..................................................................................................... 14 Exhaust Emissions............................................................................................................................................... 14 Selecting Accessories For Your Outboard........................................................................................................... 15 Safe Boating Suggestions.................................................................................................................................... 16 Recording Serial Number .................................................................................................................................... 16 Specifications....................................................................................................................................................... 17

INSTALLATION Installing Outboard............................................................................................................................................... 19 Battery Installation - Electric Start Models............................................................................................................ 20 Battery Connections............................................................................................................................................. 20 Propeller Selection............................................................................................................................................... 20

TRANSPORTING Carrying Outboard................................................................................................................................................ 21 Trailering Boat...................................................................................................................................................... 21 Transporting Outboard When Removed From Boat............................................................................................. 21 Transporting Portable Fuel Tanks........................................................................................................................ 22

FUEL & OIL Fuel Recommendations........................................................................................................................................ 23 Oil Recommendation............................................................................................................................................ 23 Mixing Fuel and Oil............................................................................................................................................... 24

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.................................................................................... 27 Remote Control Models .................................................................................................................................................... 39 Gear Shifting ... 34 Operating In Salt Water Or Polluted Water........................................................................... 46 Top Cowl Removal And Installation.................................... 34 Engine Break-in Procedure.............................................................................................. 45 EPA Emissions................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 59 STORAGE Storage Preparation............................................................................................................................. 58 Submerged Outboard............................................................................................. 61 iv ........................ 42 MAINTENANCE Outboard Care.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 31 Adjusting Transom Angle............................................................................... 29 Tilting Outboard...............................Tiller Handle Models And Manual Start Remote Control Models......................................Manual Start.......................................................... 53 Lubrication Points ............................................................................................................Electric Start Remote Control Models.......................................................................................................... 34 Operating In Freezing Temperatures....................... 49 Fuse Replacement ......................................................................................................................................... 50 Propeller Replacement................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 60 Protecting Internal Engine Components.................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 24 FEATURES & CONTROLS Tiller Handle Models........................................... 49 Corrosion Control Anode............................................................................................................................Electric Start................................................................................................................ 46 Flushing The Cooling System. 50 Spark Plug Inspection And Replacement............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 54 Gearcase Lubrication............................................................................................... 61 Gearcase.................................................................................... 52 Carburetor Adjustments.................................................................................................................................................................................. 25 Remote Control Models ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 60 Protecting External Outboard Components..................................................... 35 Starting The Engine .........................Electric Start Remote Control Models........................................................................................................................................................ 41 Stopping The Engine .................................................................... 47 Battery Inspection . 34 Pre-Starting Instructions............................................................................................ 30 Shallow Water Operation................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 48 Fuel System......................................................................................................................................... 34 Operating Outboard As An Auxiliary Engine................................................................................................................. 48 Exterior Care................................................ 42 Emergency Starting ........ 45 Inspection And Maintenance Schedule....................................................................................................................................................... 31 Setting The Transom Angle Of Your Outboard ............................................................................................................... 33 OPERATION Pre-Starting Check List...................................................................................................... 35 Starting The Engine ............. 34 Operating at High Elevations...................................................................................................................................................................................................TABLE OF CONTENTS Filling Fuel Tank..................................................................................

.......................................................... 64 v ............ 62 Engine Will Not Start........................................................................................................ 64 Mercury Marine Service Offices.............................................................................................................................................. 61 Battery Storage........................................... 63 OWNER SERVICE ASSISTANCE Local Repair Service...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 64 Parts And Accessories Inquiries....................... 62 Engine Runs Erratically.............................................................. 64 Service Away From Home............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 61 TROUBLESHOOTING Starter Motor Will Not Crank The Engine (Electric Start Models)............................ 62 Battery Will Not Hold Charge........................................................... 64 Service Assistance............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 62 Performance Loss...................................................................TABLE OF CONTENTS Positioning Outboard For Storage........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

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O. new address. 3. send or fax a copy of the bill of sale or purchase agreement. To be eligible for warranty coverage. or the Marine Power Service Center closest to you. To transfer the warranty to the subsequent owner. 3. A copy of the Warranty Registration Card. or mail. type of use and the selling distributor's/dealer's code number. For products purchased outside the United States and Canada. old address. Mercury Marine will send registration verification by mail to the purchaser of the product. Mercury Marine Attn: Warranty Registration Department W6250 W. It is important that your selling dealer fills out the Warranty Registration Card completely and mails it to the distributor or Marine Power Service Center responsible for administering the warranty registration/claim program for your area. should a safety recall notification under the Federal Safety Act be required. contact the distributor in your country. Warranty Registration Outside The United States And Canada 1. address and engine serial number to Mercury Marine’s warranty registration department. Box 1939 Fond du Lac. Box 1939 Fond du Lac.WARRANTY INFORMATION Transfer Of Warranty The limited warranty is transferable to a subsequent purchaser. The distributor/ dealer also certifies that you are the original purchaser and user of the product. and engine serial number to Mercury Marine’s warranty registration department. Pioneer Road P. and should be retained by you for future use when required. new owner’s name. You may change your address at any time. WI 54936-1939 920-929-5054 Fax 920-929-5893 NOTE: Registration lists must be maintained by Mercury Marine and any dealer on marine products sold in the United States. your dealer may ask you for the Warranty Registration Card to verify date of purchase and to use the information on the card to prepare the warranty claim forms. Upon receipt of this warranty registration.O. date of sale. The Warranty Registration Card identifies your name and address. mail to: Mercury Marine Attn: Warranty Registration Department W6250 W. please contact your selling dealer immediately. 1 2. Pioneer Road P. Mercury Marine will send registration verification to the new owner of the product by mail. Warranty Registration United States And Canada 1. name and address. . At the time of sale. This card represents your factory registration identification. Your dealer can also process this change of information. Should you ever require warranty service on this product. but only for the remainder of the unused portion of the limited warranty. the product must be registered with Mercury Marine. This will not apply to products used for commercial applications. There is no charge for this service. Mercury Marine will record the registration. designated as the Purchaser's Copy. Upon processing the warranty registration. WI 54936-1939 920-929-5054 Fax 920-929-5893 Upon processing the transfer of warranty. 2. by calling Mercury Marine or sending a letter or fax with your name. E‑mail. product model and serial numbers. the dealer should complete the warranty registration and immediately submit it to Mercury Marine via MercNET. MUST be given to you immediately after the card has been completely filled out by the selling distributor/dealer. If this registration verification is not received within 30 days. Warranty coverage is not effective until your product is registered with Mercury Marine. including at time of warranty claim. In the United States and Canada.

Commercial users of these products receive warranty coverage of one (1) year from the date of first retail sale. or the performance of service under this warranty. HOW TO OBTAIN WARRANTY COVERAGE: The customer must provide Mercury with a reasonable opportunity to repair. Warranty claims shall be made by delivering the product for inspection to a Mercury dealer authorized to service the product. or any use of the product which generates income. The repair or replacement of parts. Unexpired warrant coverage cannot be transferred either to or from a commercial use customer. replacing such part or parts with new or Mercury Marine certified remanufactured parts. the Marine Power Service Center will issue you a permanent (plastic) Warranty Registration Card within 30 days after receiving the Factory Copy of the Warranty Registration Card from your distributor/dealer. Make sure your dealer/distributor fills out the warranty registration card immediately and sends the factory copy to the Marine Power International Service Center for your area. does not extend the life of this warranty beyond its original expiration date. WHAT IS COVERED: Mercury Marine warrants its new Outboard and Jet Products to be free of defects in material and workmanship during the period described below. If purchaser cannot deliver the product to such a dealer. and then only after the Mercury Marine specified pre–delivery inspection process is completed and documented. and any other expenses associated with that service. refer to the International Warranty. Warranty coverage becomes available upon proper registration of the product by the authorized dealer. We will then arrange for the inspection and any covered repair. even if the product is only occasionally used for such purposes. whichever occurs first. Routine maintenance outlined in the Operation and Maintenance Manual must be timely performed in order to maintain warranty coverage. Mercury Marine reserves the right to make future warranty coverage contingent on proof of proper maintenance. Commercial use is defined as any work or employment related use of the product. If you receive a plastic Warranty Registration Card. Unexpired warranty coverage can be transferred from one recreational use customer to a subsequent recreational use customer upon proper re–registration of the product. and reasonable access to the product for warranty service. 5. Purchaser shall not. or one (1) year from the date in which the product was first put into service. 2 .WARRANTY INFORMATION 4. DURATION OF COVERAGE: This Limited Warranty provides coverage for two (2) years from the date the product is first sold to a recreational use retail purchaser. ship the product or parts of the product directly to Mercury. CONDITIONS THAT MUST BE MET IN ORDER TO OBTAIN WARRANTY COVERAGE: Warranty coverage is available only to retail customers that purchase from a Dealer authorized by Mercury Marine to distribute the product in the country in which the sale occurred. whichever occurs first. unless requested by Mercury. For further information concerning the Warranty Registration Card and its relationship to Warranty Claim processing. you may discard the Purchaser's Copy that you received from the distributor/dealer when you purchased the product. Canada and Europe ‑ check with local distributor. Outboard Limited Warranty United States. If the service provided is not covered by this warranty. IMPORTANT: Registration lists must be maintained by the factory and dealer in some countries by law. WHAT MERCURY WILL DO: Mercury’s sole and exclusive obligation under this warranty is limited to. It is our desire to have ALL products registered at the factory should it ever be necessary to contact you. or the date on which the product is first put into service. Ask your distributor/ dealer if this plastic card program applies to you. repairing a defective part. Proof of registered ownership must be presented to the dealer at the time warranty service is requested in order to obtain coverage. In some countries. purchaser shall pay for all related labor and material. at our option. or refunding the purchase price of the Mercury product. Purchaser in that case shall pay for all related transportation charges and/or travel time. for any part of the warranty period. Mercury reserves the right to improve or modify products from time to time without assuming an obligation to modify products previously manufactured. written notice must be given to Mercury. Canada and Europe Outside the United States.

inconvenience. towing. alteration or removal of parts. whichever occurs first. The repair or replacement of parts. expenses associated with the removal and/or replacement of boat partitions or material caused by boat design for access to the product are not covered by this warranty. and Africa WHAT IS COVERED: Mercury Marine warrants its new Outboard and Jet Products to be free of defects in material and workmanship during the period described below. submersion.. Use of the product for racing or other competitive activity. air intake or exhaust system. has been given authority by Mercury Marine to make any affirmation. or the date on which the product is first put into service. telephone. AS A RESULT. THEY MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. Outboard Limited Warranty (Confederation of Independent States. Middle‑East. even if the product is only occasionally used for such purposes. normal wear and tear. THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE LIFE OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY. accident. damage caused by abuse. storage. insurance coverage. whichever occurs first. or one (1) year from the date on which the product was first put into service. or any other type of incidental or consequential damages are not covered by this warranty. jet pump impellers and liners. SOME STATES/COUNTRIES DO NOT ALLOW FOR THE DISCLAIMERS. Commercial use is defined as any work or employment related use of the product. for any part of the warranty period. incorporated by reference into this warranty. neglect. loss of time. Also. and those that are not. improper service. representation or warranty regarding the product. improper installation (proper installation specifications and techniques are set forth in the installation instructions for the product). Expenses related to haul out. voids the warranty. tune ups. abnormal use. TO THE EXTENT THAT THEY CANNOT BE DISCLAIMED. operation with fuels. or damage to the product from insufficient cooling water caused by blockage of the cooling system by a foreign body. mounting the engine too high on the transom. even by a prior owner of the product. oils or lubricants which are not suitable for use with the product (see the Operation and Maintenance Manual). or running the boat with the engine trimmed out too far.WARRANTY INFORMATION WHAT IS NOT COVERED: This limited warranty does not cover routine maintenance items. use of an accessory or part not manufactured or sold by us. or the performance of service under this warranty. shall not be enforceable against Mercury Marine. at any point. or any use of the product which generates income. LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS IDENTIFIED ABOVE. Unexpired warranty coverage cannot be transferred either to or from a commercial use customer. DISCLAIMERS AND LIMITATIONS: THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED. see the Warranty Coverage section of the Operation and Maintenance Manual. launch. other than those contained in this limited warranty. No individual or entity. and if made. Commercial users of these products receive warranty coverage of one (1) years from the date of first retail sale. does not extend the life of this warranty beyond its original expiration date. loan payments. rental. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS. loss of income. For additional information regarding events and circumstances covered by this warranty. AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER LEGAL RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE AND COUNTRY TO COUNTRY. operation of the product in a manner inconsistent with the recommended operation/duty cycle section of the Operation and Maintenance Manual. 3 . or operating with a racing type lower unit. Unexpired warranty coverage can be transferred from one recreational use customer to a subsequent recreational use customer upon proper re‑registration of the product. slip fees. DURATION OF COVERAGE: This Limited Warranty provides coverage for one (1) year from the date the product is first sold to a recreational use retail purchaser. INCIDENTAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARE EXCLUDED FROM COVERAGE UNDER THIS WARRANTY. running the engine out of water. or water entering the engine through the fuel intake. adjustments. use of a propeller or gear ratio that does not allow the engine to run in its recommended wide open throttle RPM range (see the Operation and Maintenance Manual). including Mercury Marine authorized dealers.

improper service. at our option. ship the product or parts of the product directly to Mercury. 4 . repairing a defective part. slip fees. submersion. storage. WHAT MERCURY WILL DO: Mercury’s sole and exclusive obligation under this warranty is limited to. normal wear and tear. No individual or entity.WARRANTY INFORMATION CONDITIONS THAT MUST BE MET IN ORDER TO OBTAIN WARRANTY COVERAGE: Warranty coverage is available only to retail customers that purchase from a Dealer authorized by Mercury Marine to distribute the product in the country in which the sale occurred. including Mercury Marine authorized dealers. For additional information regarding events and circumstances covered by this warranty. Purchaser in that case shall pay for all related transportation charges and/or travel time. WHAT IS NOT COVERED: This limited warranty does not cover routine maintenance items. incorporated by reference into this warranty. loan payments. representation or warranty regarding the product. use of a propeller or gear ratio that does not allow the engine to run in its recommended wide open throttle RPM range (see the Operation and Maintenance Manual). insurance coverage. improper installation (proper installation specifications and techniques are set forth in the installation instructions for the product). accident. telephone. or water entering the engine through the fuel intake. Also. Purchaser shall not. loss of time. use of an accessory or part not manufactured or sold by us. other than those contained in this limited warranty. Expenses related to haul out. Proof of registered ownership must be presented to the dealer at the time warranty service is requested in order to obtain coverage. voids the warranty. and if made. neglect. shall not be enforceable against Mercury Marine. We will then arrange for the inspection and any covered repair. Mercury reserves the right to improve or modify products from time to time without assuming an obligation to modify products previously manufactured. HOW TO OBTAIN WARRANTY COVERAGE: The customer must provide Mercury with a reasonable opportunity to repair. If purchaser cannot deliver the product to such a dealer. mounting the engine too high on the transom. running the engine out of water. Routine maintenance outlined in the Operation and Maintenance Manual must be timely performed in order to maintain warranty coverage. Mercury Marine reserves the right to make warranty coverage contingent on proof of proper maintenance. see the Warranty Coverage section of the Operation and Maintenance Manual. Use of the product for racing or other competitive activity. unless requested by Mercury. damage caused by abuse. Warranty coverage becomes available upon proper registration of the product by the authorized dealer. operation of the product in a manner inconsistent with the recommended operation/duty cycle section of the Operation and Maintenance Manual. at any point. or refunding the purchase price of the Mercury product. oils or lubricants which are not suitable for use with the product (see the Operation and Maintenance Manual). jet pump impellers and liners. rental. replacing such part or parts with new or Mercury Marine certified re–manufactured parts. alteration or removal of parts. purchaser shall pay for all related laborand material. operation with fuels. abnormal use. expenses associated with the removal and/or replacement of boat partitions or material caused by boat design for access to the product are not covered by this warranty. and reasonable access to the product for warranty service. or any other type of incidental or consequential damages are not coveredby this warranty. or operating with a racing type lower unit. tune ups. loss of income. inconvenience. or running the boat with the engine trimmed out too far. Warranty claims shall be made by delivering the product for inspection to a Mercury dealer authorized to service the product. launch. air intake or exhaust system. and those that are not. written notice must be given to Mercury. and then only after the Mercury Marine specified pre–delivery inspection process is completed and documented. towing. or damage to the product from insufficient cooling water caused by blockage of the cooling system by foreign body. has been given authority by Mercury Marine to make any affirmation. even by a prior owner of the product. and any other expenses associated with that service. adjustments. If the service provided is not covered by this warranty.

and touch‑up of nicks and scratches) in order to maintain warranty coverage. written notice must be given to Mercury. Purchaser shall not. Mariner. corrosion resulting from damage. or refunding the purchase price of the Mercury product. at our option. 3 Year Limited Warranty Against Corrosion WHAT IS COVERED: Mercury Marine warrants that each new Mercury.WARRANTY INFORMATION DISCLAIMERS AND LIMITATIONS: THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED. or any use of the product which generates income. HOW TO OBTAIN WARRANTY COVERAGE: The customer must provide Mercury with a reasonable opportunity to repair. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS. If the service provided is not covered by this warranty. ship the product or parts of the product directly to Mercury. INCIDENTAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARE EXCLUDED FROM COVERAGE UNDER THIS WARRANTY. or the performance of service under this warranty does not extend the life of this warranty beyond its original expiration date. We will then arrange for the inspection and any covered repair. Warranty coverage becomes available upon proper registration of the product by the authorized dealer. LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS IDENTIFIED ABOVE. THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE LIFE OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY. Mercury reserves the right to improve or modify products from time to time without assuming an obligation to modify products previously manufactured. WHAT MERCURY WILL DO: Mercury's sole and exclusive obligation under this warranty is limited to. corrosion to factory installed jet drive unit. The repair or replacement of parts. Mercury Marine reserves the right to make warranty coverage contingent upon proof of proper maintenance. MerCruiser Inboard or sterndrive engine (Product) will not be rendered inoperative as a direct result of corrosion for the period of time described below. steering systems. Corrosion prevention devices specified in the Operation and Maintenance Manual must be in use on the boat. products used in a commercial application. THEY MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. Purchaser in that case shall pay for all related transportation charges and/or travel time. Proof of registered ownership must be presented to the dealer at the time warranty service is requested in order to obtain coverage. Warranty claims shall be made by delivering the product for inspection to a Mercury dealer authorized to service the product. abuse or improper service. replacement parts (parts purchased by customer). instruments. Mercury Racing. Tracker by Mercury Marine Outboard. AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER LEGAL RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE AND COUNTRY TO COUNTRY. corrosion which causes purely cosmetic damage. unless requested by Mercury. product sold with less than a one year limited Product warranty. AS A RESULT. corrosion to accessories. Sport Jet. repairing a corroded part. 5 . and any other expenses associated with that service. Commercial use is defined as any work or employment related use of the product. WHAT IS NOT COVERED: This limited warranty does not cover electrical system corrosion. M2 Jet Drive. replacing such part or parts with new or Mercury Marine certified re‑manufactured parts. Unexpired warranty coverage can be transferred to subsequent (non‑commercial use) purchaser upon proper re‑registration of the product. whichever occurs first. DURATION OF COVERAGE: This limited corrosion warranty provides coverage for three (3) years from either the date the product is first sold. and routine maintenance outlined in the Operation and Maintenance Manual must be timely performed (including without limitation the replacement of sacrificial anodes. TO THE EXTENT THAT THEY CANNOT BE DISCLAIMED. SOME STATES/COUNTRIES DO NOT ALLOW FOR THE DISCLAIMERS. If purchaser cannot deliver the product to such a dealer. use of specified lubricants. CONDITIONS THAT MUST BE MET IN ORDER TO OBTAIN WARRANTY COVERAGE: Warranty coverage is available only to retail customers that purchase from a Dealer authorized by Mercury Marine to distribute the product in the country in which the sale occurred. and then only after the Mercury Marine specified pre‑delivery inspection process is completed and documented. purchaser shall pay for all related labor and material. and reasonable access to the product for warranty service. or the date on which the product is first put into service. for any part of the warranty period. even if the product is only occasionally used for such purposes. damage due to marine growth.

The following information explains some of the types of services that are not covered by warranty. submerged metal) is not covered by this corrosion warranty and should be protected against by the use of a corrosion protection system. all related transportation charges and/or travel time. an unpainted gap of at least 38 mm (1. Installation errors. LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS IDENTIFIED ABOVE. and water damaged drive shaft bearings as a result of improper maintenance.5 in. Warranty is limited to defects in material or workmanship. accidents. Tri‑Butyl‑Tin‑Adipate (TBTA) base anti‑fouling paints are recommended on Outboard and MerCruiser boating applications. cleaning or adjusting spark plugs. . etc. launch. Reasonable access must be provided to the product for warranty service. 3. Minor adjustments and tune‑ups. For additional information regarding events and circumstances covered by this warranty. but only when the consumer sale is made in the country to which distribution is authorized by us. and a variety of other causes that affect the product are not covered.WARRANTY INFORMATION Corrosion damage caused by stray electrical currents (on‑shore power connections. including checking. filters. Haul out. Should you have any questions concerning warranty coverage. accident. and those that are not. INCIDENTAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARE EXCLUDED FROM COVERAGE UNDER THIS WARRANTY. Factory installed jet drive units ‑ Specific parts excluded from the warranty are: The jet drive impeller and jet drive liner damaged by impact or wear. TO THE EXTENT THAT THEY CANNOT BE DISCLAIMED. carburetor settings. contact your authorized dealer. belts. Warranty Coverage And Exclusions The purpose of this section is to help eliminate some of the more common misunderstandings regarding warranty coverage. abnormal operation or improper installation or service. THEY MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. and the United States and Canada Limited Outboard Warranty. removal and/or replacement of boat partitions or material because of boat design for necessary access to the product. care must be taken to avoid an electrical interconnection between the warranted product and the paint. nearby boats. Keep in mind that warranty covers repairs that are needed within the warranty period because of defects in material and workmanship. normal wear. 6 2. Damage caused by neglect. Do not apply paint to the outboard or MerCruiser product. such as the Mercury Precision Parts or Quicksilver MerCathode system and/or Galvanic Isolator. AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER LEGAL RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE AND COUNTRY TO COUNTRY. In areas where TBTA base paints are prohibited by law. Refer to the Operation and Maintenance Manual for additional details. THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE LIFE OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY. 4. ignition components. Corrosion damage caused by improper application of copper base anti‑fouling paints is also not covered by this limited warranty. Customer must deliver product to an authorized dealer. and checking lubrication made in connection with normal services. AS A RESULT. GENERAL EXCLUSIONS FROM WARRANTY 1. SOME STATES/COUNTRIES DO NOT ALLOW FOR THE DISCLAIMERS. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS. lack of maintenance. DISCLAIMERS AND LIMITATIONS: THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED.) should be left around the transom assembly. For MerCruiser product. In addition. The provisions set forth following have been incorporated by reference into the Three Year Limited Warranty Against Corrosion Failure. incorporated by reference into this warranty. the International Limited Outboard Warranty. controls. They will be pleased to answer any questions that you may have. If anti‑fouling protection is required. towing charges. see the Warranty Coverage section of the Operation and Maintenance Manual. copper base paints can be used on the hull and transom.

WARRANTY INFORMATION 5. 7. air intake or exhaust system or submersion. 8. Water entering engine through the fuel intake. lubricants or fluids changed as a matter of normal maintenance is customer's responsibility unless loss or contamination of same is caused by product failure that would be eligible for warranty consideration. and prior factory approval has been given to have the work performed at this facility). Failure of any parts caused by lack of cooling water. Participating in or preparing for racing or other competitive activity or operating with a racing type lower unit. 12.. Additional service work requested by customer other than that necessary to satisfy the warranty obligation. Use of fuels and lubricants which are not suitable for use with or on the product. telephone or rental charges of any type. 7 . If diagnosis indicates a serious internal engine condition which could result in a failure. motor being mounted too high or trimmed too far out. Engine noise does not necessarily indicate a serious engine problem. etc. Oils. 6. 10. All incidental and/or consequential damages (storage charges. Our limited warranty does not apply to any damage to our products caused by the installation or use of parts and accessories which are not manufactured or sold by us. condition responsible for noise should be corrected under the warranty. Refer to the Maintenance section. inconvenience or loss of time or income) are the owner's responsibility. Labor performed by other than an authorized dealer may be covered only under following circumstances: When performed on emergency basis (providing there are no authorized dealers in the area who can perform the work required or have no facilities to haul out. 13. Use of other than Mercury Precision or Quicksilver parts when making warranty repairs. 16. 15. Lower unit and/or propeller damage caused by striking a submerged object is considered a marine hazard. 14. 9. foreign material blocking inlet holes. 11. which results from starting motor out of water. Failures which are not related to the use of those parts or accessories are covered under warranty if they otherwise meet the terms of the limited warranty for that product.

Before Operating Your Outboard Read this manual carefully. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices. contact your dealer or the boat manufacturer. if not avoided. ! DANGER DANGER ‑ indicates an imminently hazardous situation that. 8 . If in doubt. if not avoided. may result in minor or moderate injury or property damage. Do not overpower or overload your boat. will result in death or serious injury.GENERAL INFORMATION Boater's Responsibilities The operator (driver) is responsible for the correct and safe operation of the boat and safety of its occupants and general public. Learn how to operate your outboard properly. contact your dealer. ! CAUTION CAUTION ‑ indicates a potentially hazardous situation that. It is strongly recommended that each operator (driver) read and understand this entire manual before operating the outboard. Be sure at least one additional person on board is instructed in the basics of starting and operating the outboard and boat handling in case the driver is unable to operate the boat. Overpowering a boat can result in serious injury. if not avoided. can help prevent personal injury and product damage. Boat Horsepower Capacity ! WARNING Using an outboard that exceeds the maximum horsepower limit of a boat can: 1) cause loss of boat control 2) place too much weight at the transom altering the designed flotation characteristics of the boat or 3) cause the boat to break apart particularly around the transom area. Safety and operating information that is practiced. This manual as well as safety labels posted on the outboard use the following safety alerts to draw your attention to special safety instructions that should be followed. ! WARNING WARNING ‑ indicates a potentially hazardous situation that. Most boats will carry a required capacity plate indicating the maximum acceptable power and load as determined by the manufacturer following certain federal guidelines. If you have any questions. along with using good common sense. could result in death or serious injury. death or boat damage.

or Mercury Marine.S. This prevents the engine from starting when the shift is actuated in any position other than neutral. sharp turn. COAST GUARD CAPACITY MAXIMUM HORSEPOWER XXX MAXIMUM PERSON CAPACITY (POUNDS) MAXIMUM WEIGHT CAPACITY XXX XXX ob00306 High‑Speed And High‑Performance Boat Operation If your outboard is to be used on a high speed or high performance boat with which you are unfamiliar. The design of this outboard requires that the remote control used with it must have a built in start in neutral only protection device. distributor. ob00308 Remote Steering Notice ! WARNING Disengagement of a steering link rod can result in the boat taking a full. ! WARNING Avoid serious injury or death from a sudden unexpected acceleration when starting your engine.GENERAL INFORMATION U. For additional information. obtain a copy of our Hi‑Performance Boat Operation booklet from your dealer. sudden. we recommend that you never operate it at its high speed capability without first requesting an initial orientation and familiarization demonstration ride with your dealer or an operator experienced with your boat/outboard combination. This potentially violent action can cause occupants to be thrown overboard exposing them to serious injury or death. 9 . ob00307 Outboard Remote Control Models The remote control connected to your outboard must be equipped with a start in neutral only protection device.

high performance boats. if the operator is accidentally ejected).g. or tie a knot in the lanyard. operating at planing speeds in shallow or obstacle infested waters. sensitive handling fishing boats operated by a hand tiller. However. freeing the link rod to disengage. Falling overboard and accidental ejections are more likely to occur in certain types of boats such as low sided inflatables. standing at planing speeds. A lanyard stop switch can be installed as an accessory ‑ generally on the dashboard or side adjacent to the operator's position. sitting on elevated fishing boat decks.GENERAL INFORMATION The steering link rod that connects the steering cable to the engine must be fastened utilizing self‑locking nuts. These self‑locking nuts must never be replaced with common nuts (non‑locking) as they will work loose and vibrate off. The lanyard is coiled to make its at‑rest condition as short as possible to minimize the likelihood of lanyard entanglement with nearby objects. bass boats. a aSelf‑locking nuts 3018 Lanyard Stop Switch The purpose of a lanyard stop switch is to turn off the engine when the operator moves far enough away from the operator's position (as in accidental ejection from the operator's position) to activate the switch. a b ob00310 a- Lanyard cord b- Lanyard stop switch Read the following Safety Information before proceeding. the boat will not complete a full circle. with an element on one end made to be inserted into the switch and a snap on the other end for attaching to the operator. drinking alcohol or consuming drugs. wrap the lanyard around the operator's wrist or leg. releasing your grip on a steering wheel or tiller handle that is pulling in one direction. Tiller handle outboards and some remote control units are equipped with a lanyard stop switch. The lanyard is a cord usually between 122 and 152 cm (4 and 5 feet) in length when stretched out. 10 . Its stretched‑out length is made to minimize the likelihood of accidental activation should the operator choose to move around in an area close to the normal operator's position. If it is desired to have a shorter lanyard. While the boat is coasting. We strongly recommend that other occupants be instructed on proper starting and operating procedures should they be required to operate the engine in an emergency (e. or daring high speed boat maneuvers. While activation of the lanyard stop switch will stop the engine immediately. This would occur if the operator accidentally falls overboard or moves within the boat a sufficient distance from the operator's position. Important Safety Information: The purpose of a lanyard stop switch is to stop the engine when the operator moves far enough away from the operator's position to activate the switch. it can cause injury to anyone in the boat's path as seriously as the boat would when under power. and light. Falling overboard and accidental ejections are also likely to occur as a result of poor operating practices such as sitting on the back of the seat or gunwale at planing speeds. a boat will continue to coast for some distance depending upon the velocity and degree of any turn at shut down.

• • Protecting People In The Water WHILE YOU ARE CRUISING It is very difficult for a person standing or floating in the water to take quick action to avoid a boat heading in his/ her direction. a moving gearcase. or all. Loss of power and directional control in heavy seas. strong current or high winds. Whenever a boat is moving (coasting) and the outboard gear shift is in neutral position. 11 . Serious injury to the person in the water is likely if contacted by a rotating propeller. there is sufficient force by the water on the propeller to cause the propeller to rotate. the possibility of serious injury or death from being run over by the boat can be greatly reduced by stopping the engine immediately. Shift outboard into neutral and shut off the engine before allowing people to swim or be in the water near your boat. ob00311 Always slow down and exercise extreme caution any time you are boating in an area where there might be people in the water. WHILE BOAT IS STATIONARY ! WARNING Stop your engine immediately whenever anyone in the water is near your boat. Always properly connect both ends of the stop switch lanyard to the stop switch and the operator. This neutral propeller rotation can cause serious injury. a moving boat. The boat operator should never leave the operator's station without first disconnecting the stop switch lanyard from the operator. of the following potentially hazardous situations: • Occupants could be thrown forward due to unexpected loss of forward motion ‑ a particular concern for passengers in the front of the boat who could be ejected over the bow and possibly struck by the gearcase or propeller. ! WARNING Avoid serious injury or death from deceleration forces resulting from accidental or unintended stop switch activation. even at slow speed.GENERAL INFORMATION ! WARNING Should the operator fall out of the boat. Accidental or unintended activation of the switch during normal operation is also a possibility. This could cause any. or any solid device rigidly attached to a moving boat or gearcase. Loss of control when docking.

Falling over the front of the boat between the two pontoons will position them to be run over by the outboard. or a sharp change of boat direction. ob00313 Wave And Wake Jumping Operating recreational boats over waves and wake is a natural part of boating. A sudden reduction in boat speed. However. ob00312 ! WARNING Avoid serious injury or death from falling over the front end of a pontoon or deck boat and being run over. could throw them over the front of boat. particularly when the boat re‑enters the water. sudden reduction in boat speed could result in the elevated passenger falling over the front of the boat. Keep all passengers behind the front fence or enclosure. RAISED PEDESTAL FISHING SEATS Elevated fishing seats are not intended for use when the boat is traveling faster than idle or trolling speed.GENERAL INFORMATION Passenger Safety Message ‑ Pontoon Boats And Deck Boats Whenever the boat is in motion. Any unexpected. certain hazards arise. when this activity is done with sufficient speed to force the boat hull partially or completely out of the water. BOATS HAVING AN OPEN FRONT DECK No one should ever be on the deck in front of the fence while the boat is in motion. Do not allow any passengers to stand or use seats other than those designated for traveling faster than idle speed. Sit only in seats designated for traveling at faster speeds. BOATS WITH FRONT MOUNTED. 12 . observe the location of all passengers. Persons on the front deck could easily be thrown overboard or persons dangling their feet over the front edge could get their legs caught by a wave and pulled into the water. such as plunging into a large wave or wake. Stay back from the front end of the deck and remain seated while the boat is in motion. a sudden throttle reduction.

! WARNING Avoid serious injury or death from being thrown within or out of a boat when it lands after jumping a wave or wake. This will bring the boat to a nearly instantaneous stop and can send the occupants flying forward. In such case the landing may cause the boat to veer violently in a new direction. Impact With Underwater Hazards Reduce speed and proceed with caution whenever you drive a boat in shallow water areas. Such a sharp change in direction can cause occupants to be thrown out of their seats. The boat may also steer sharply to one side. There is another less common hazardous result from allowing your boat to launch off a wave or wake. Some of these situations could result in the following: • Part of the outboard or the entire outboard could break loose and fly into the boat. The most important thing you can do to help reduce injury or impact damage from striking a floating or underwater object is to control the boat speed. or in areas where you suspect underwater obstacles may exist which could be struck by the outboard or the boat bottom. get low and hang on to a boat hand hold. or out of the boat. Under these conditions. If the bow of your boat pitches down far enough while airborne.GENERAL INFORMATION ob00314 The primary concern is the boat changing direction while in the midst of the jump. upon water contact it may penetrate under the water surface and submarine for an instant. Striking a floating or underwater object could result in an infinite number of situations. 13 . Avoid wave or wake jumping whenever possible. ob00315 ! WARNING To avoid serious injury or death from all or part of an outboard coming into the boat after striking a floating or underwater obstacle maintain a top speed no greater than minimum planing speed. Instruct all occupants that if a wake or wave jump occurs. boat speed should be kept to a minimum planing speed 24 to 40 km/h (15 to 25 MPH).

14 . Do not accelerate above idle speed in water suspected of containing underwater obstacles if the outboard is not attached to the transom correctly. do so at greatly reduced speeds. A rapid reduction in speed. This includes the outboards. as well as the generators that power various boat accessories. dizziness. it is possible the outboard could lift off the transom and land in the boat. Prolonged exposure to carbon monoxide in sufficient concentration can lead to unconsciousness. ! WARNING Avoid serious injury or death from being struck by a disconnected outboard. Impact damage to the outboard and/or boat. the outboard will tilt up and could seriously injure anyone occupying this area. or even out of the boat. The boat should also be checked for any hull fractures. colorless and tasteless. the outboard should be taken to an authorized dealer for a thorough inspection and necessary repair. drowsiness. and nausea.GENERAL INFORMATION • • • The boat could move suddenly in a new direction. or water leaks. If an obstacle is struck at planing speed and the outboard is not securely fastened to the transom. or could affect control of the boat. ! WARNING Avoid serious injury or death from loss of boat control. If an underwater obstacle is struck. transom fractures. Continued boating with major impact damage can result in sudden outboard component failure with or without subsequent impacts. Have the outboard thoroughly inspected and any necessary repairs made. Exhaust Emissions BE ALERT TO CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING Carbon monoxide is present in the exhaust fumes of all internal combustion engines. If damage is present or suspected. The use of clamp bracket screws alone. Operating a damaged outboard could cause additional damage to other parts of the outboard. Safety Instructions For Hand Tilled Outboards No person or cargo should occupy the area directly in front of the outboard while the boat is in motion. Proper installation of the outboard includes bolting the engine to the boat through the transom. MODELS WITH CLAMP SCREWS: Some outboards come with transom bracket clamp screws. Carbon monoxide is a deadly gas that is odorless. ! WARNING Avoid the combination of a running engine and poor ventilation. Keep in mind. sterndrives and inboard engines that propel boats. Refer to Installation ‑ Installing Outboard for more complete installation information. or death. Boat speed should be kept to a minimum planing speed when driving in waters known to have underwater obstacles. After striking a submerged object. Such a sharp change in direction can cause occupants to be thrown out of their seats or out of the boat. the most important thing you can do to help reduce injury or impact damage during an impact is control the boat speed. This will cause occupants to be thrown forward. stop the engine as soon as possible and inspect it for any broken or loose parts. is insufficient to properly and safely secure the outboard to the transom. brain damage. If continued running is necessary. include headache. Early symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning which should not be confused with seasickness or intoxication.

ob00316 Example of desired air flow through the boat. 15 . swimmers and passengers in an enclosed area of a stationary boat that contains or is near a running engine may be exposed to a hazardous level of carbon monoxide. permanently enclosed or canvas enclosed cabins or cockpits with insufficient ventilation may draw in carbon monoxide. b- Running the boat with no forward hatches open. b- Mooring close to another boat that has its engine running. WHILE BOAT IS MOVING a b ob00318 a- Running the boat with the trim angle of the bow too high. WHILE BOAT IS STATIONARY a b ob00317 a- Running the engine when the boat is moored in a confined space. on a very calm day. Selecting Accessories For Your Outboard Genuine Mercury Precision or Quicksilver Accessories have been specifically designed and tested for your outboard.GENERAL INFORMATION GOOD VENTILATION Ventilate passenger area. open side curtains. or forward hatches to remove fumes. These accessories are available from Mercury Marine dealers. Although the occurrence is rare. Install one or more carbon monoxide detectors in your boat. POOR VENTILATION Under certain running and/or wind conditions.

and boat handling. 2) there is personal injury requiring medical treatment beyond first aid. Stop the engine whenever passengers are boarding.S. As an example. Be alert. transom. Boat operators should complete a boating safety course. 1‑800‑368‑5647 or the Boat U. raised fishing seats. The misuse of acceptable accessories or the use of unacceptable accessories can result in serious injury. Prepare other boat operators. This includes the back of seats.) in front of you in 5 seconds. your boat traveling at 40 km/h (25 MPH) will overtake a fallen skier 61 m (200 ft. Acquire and read the installation. operation. The operator must have an unobstructed view particularly to the front. in case the driver becomes disabled or falls overboard. contact your dealer or the boats manufacturer. Inquiries may be made to the Boating Hotline. sudden stopping. 16 . Use flotation devices. Recording Serial Number It is important to record this number for future reference. familiarize yourself with local and other governmental boating regulations and restrictions. Alcohol or drug use impairs your judgment and greatly reduces your ability to react quickly. Courses are offered in the U. or product failure. or anywhere that an unexpected acceleration. When using your boat for water skiing or similar activities. Boat operators are required by law to file a Boating Accident Report with their state boating law enforcement agency when their boat is involved in certain boating accidents. decks.00 or 4) there is complete loss of the boat. If in doubt. 3) The Red Cross and 4) your state boating law enforcement agency. Have an approved personal flotation device of suitable size for each person aboard (it is the law) and have it readily accessible. Report accidents. Watch fallen skiers. gunwales.A. death. Know and obey all nautical rules and laws of the waterways. any rotating fishing seat. Make sure everyone in the boat is properly seated. Passenger boarding. Just shifting the outboard into neutral is not sufficient. and maintenance manuals for all your selected accessories. Coast Guard Auxiliary. Some accessories not manufactured or sold by Mercury Marine are not designed to be safely used with your outboard or outboard operating system. or fishing seats should block the operators view when operating the boat above idle speed. Instruct at least one other person on board in the basics of starting and operating the outboard.S. Never drive your boat directly behind a water skier in case the skier falls. always keep a fallen or down skier on the operator's side of the boat while returning to assist the skier. and consider the following suggestions. Perform safety checks and required maintenance. load. Foundation information number 1‑800‑336‑BOAT. Do not overload your boat. unloading. Most boats are rated and certified for maximum load (weight) capacities (refer to your boat capacity plate). unexpected loss of boat control. Never be under the influence of alcohol or drugs while boating (it is the law).S. No passengers. or sudden boat movement could cause a person to be thrown overboard or into the boat.GENERAL INFORMATION ! WARNING Check with your dealer before installation of accessories. A boating accident must be reported if 1) there is loss of life or probable loss of life. Do not allow anyone to sit or ride on any part of the boat that was not intended for such use. bow. The operator should always have the down skier in sight and never back up to the skier or anyone in the water. Safe Boating Suggestions In order to safely enjoy the waterways. 3) there is damage to boats or other property where the damage value exceeds $500. by 1) The U. Follow a regular schedule and ensure that all repairs are properly made. Seek further assistance from local law enforcement. or are near the back (stern) of the boat. The operator of the boat is responsible by law to maintain a proper lookout by sight and hearing. 2) The Power Squadron. The serial number is located on the outboard as shown.

) NGK BPZ8H‑N‑10 1.060 in.040 in.5 5000‑6000 15 15 11.4 10 10 7.7 mm (1.8 in.9 4500‑5500 9.5 mm (0. in.) 60. oz.0:1 Refer to Fuel & Oil Refer to Fuel & Oil 200 ml (6.2 725±50 850±50 2 209 cc (12.) 45.) 54 mm (2.0 cu.GENERAL INFORMATION a XXXXXXXX b c XXXX XXXX e abcSerial number Model year Model designation XX d ob01144 de- Year manufactured Certified Europe Insignia (as applicable) Specifications Models Horsepower Kilowatts Full Throttle RPM Range Idle Speed in Forward Gear Idle Speed in Forward Gear (Sea Pro/Marathon Models) Number of Cylinders Piston Displacement Cylinder Bore Piston Stroke Recommended Spark Plug Spark Plug Gap Gear Ratio Recommended Gasoline Recommended Oil Gearcase Lubricant Capacity 17 6 6 4. in.) .3 mm (2.9 7.8 cu.) NGK BPZ8HS‑15 1.) 262 cc (16.0 mm (0.8 fl.5 4000‑5000 650±75 8 8 5.375 in.125 in.9 9.) 2.

GENERAL INFORMATION Models Battery Rating Ampere Hours (Ah) 6 8 9.9 10 15 465 Marine Cranking AMPS (MCA) or 350 Cold Cranking AMPS (CCA) 70‑100 18 .

Fasten with two bolts. Use a marine waterproofing sealer in holes and around bolts to make the installation water tight. Place outboard on center line of transom. flat washers and locknuts. BOAT TRANSOM HEIGHT REQUIREMENT 1. Fasten outboard by drilling two 7. Measure the transom height of your boat. flat washers and locknuts provided with outboard. Attach outboard by drilling holes through transom and secure using bolts. The use of clamp handles alone is insufficient to properly and safely secure the outboard to the transom.) holes through the transom using transom clamp holes as a template. 3. Tighten transom clamp handles. The use of clamp bracket handles alone is insufficient to properly and safely secure the outboard to the transom.9 mm (5/16 in. follow instructions in the outboard installation manual (provided with the outboard) for installing remote steering shift and throttle cables and remote wiring harness. ob00446 2.) above the anti‑ventilation plate of the outboard. 19 . ! WARNING Avoid serious injury or death from being struck by a disconnected outboard.INSTALLATION Installing Outboard NOTE: If outboard is a remote control electric start model. The boat bottom should be aligned or be within 25 mm (1 in. a ob00502 a- Anti‑ventilation plate INSTALLING OUTBOARD ON TRANSOM 1.

Battery Connections CONNECTING OUTBOARD BATTERY CABLES 1. DISCONNECTING OUTBOARD BATTERY CABLES 1. Even if started manually. Mount battery in the boat so it is secured against movement. disconnect the black battery cable from the (‑) negative terminal and then disconnect the red battery cable from the (+) positive terminal. connect the red battery cable to the (+) positive battery terminal and then connect the black battery cable to the (‑) negative battery terminal. First.INSTALLATION a b c 3019 ab- Bolts (2) Flat washer (2) c- Locknut (2) Battery Installation ‑ Electric Start Models MOUNTING BATTERY Follow the battery manufacturer's instructions carefully. as damage to the charging system could result. Make sure battery is equipped with a nonconductive shield to prevent accidental shorting of battery terminals. First. 20 . NOTE: Electric starting outboards must have the battery cables connected to a battery whenever the engine is running. See your outboard dealer. ob00506 Propeller Selection The propeller supplied with your outboard provides the best overall performance under average operating conditions. preferably in a battery box. Alternative propellers are available for specific boating requirements.

This will drain fuel from the carburetor. Place a protective pad under the outboard. Allowing the propeller to spin during transporting could cause internal damage to the gearcase. With the outboard still in the water. Use of the tilt lock mechanism could allow the outboard to bounce and drop down causing damage to the outboard. If additional ground clearance is required. Set the gear shift into forward gear. Remove outboard from the boat and hold upright until all cooling water is drained out. This prevents the propeller from spinning freely.TRANSPORTING Carrying Outboard The outboard has a carrying handle located in front and a rear hand grip in the bottom cowl. 2. driveways and trailer bouncing. Refer to your local dealer for recommendations. 21 . 3021 ! CAUTION Make sure gear shift is in forward gear to prevent propeller rotation. Additional clearance may be required for railroad crossings. 3020 Trailering Boat IMPORTANT: The tilt lock mechanism is not intended to support the outboard in the tilted up position when trailering. The boat should be trailered with the outboard tilted down (normal operating position). the outboard should be tilted up using an accessory outboard support device. Lay the outboard down horizontally on its tiller handle side. Transporting Outboard When Removed From Boat 1. disconnect the fuel line from the outboard and run engine until it stops.

Disconnect the remote fuel line from tank. Close fuel tank air vent when transporting tank. Follow portable fuel tank transporting instructions.TRANSPORTING ob01382 Transporting Portable Fuel Tanks ! WARNING Avoid serious injury or death from a gasoline fire or explosion. Transport the fuel tank in a well ventilated area away from open flame or sparks. MANUAL VENTING TYPE FUEL TANK 1. thus. ob00325 AUTO-VENTING TYPE FUEL TANK 1. a F b aConnector stem b- ob00326 Tether cap 22 . This will prevent escape of fuel or vapors from tank. This will protect the connector stem from being accidently pushed‑in. allowing fuel or vapor to escape. 2. This will close the air vent and prevent escape of fuel or vapors from tank. Install tether cap over the fuel line connector stem.

Premium gasoline [92 (R+M)/ 2 Octane] is also acceptable. These adverse effects are more severe with methanol. and fittings). Be aware that gasolines containing alcohol may cause increased: • • • • Corrosion of metal parts Deterioration of rubber or plastic parts Fuel permeation through rubber fuel lines Starting and operating difficulties ! WARNING FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD: Fuel leakage from any part of the fuel system can be a fire and explosion hazard which can cause serious bodily injury or death. refer to Gasolines Containing Alcohol. Careful periodic inspection of entire fuel system is mandatory. hardening. Increasing the percentage of alcohol in the fuel can also worsen these adverse effects. or if the presence of alcohol is unknown. create unique problems. Contact your boat manufacturer for specific recommendations on the boat's fuel system components (fuel tanks. increased inspection frequency for leaks and abnormalities is required. If Ethanol is the oxygenate that is used in the gasoline in your area. fuel lines. but boats often sit idle long enough for phase separation to take place. you should be aware of certain adverse effects that can occur. Premium gasoline (98 RON) is also acceptable. alcohol‑blend fuels normally are consumed before they can absorb enough moisture to cause trouble. If only fuel containing alcohol is available. use a major brand of leaded gasoline. Long periods of storage. GASOLINES CONTAINING ALCOHOL If the gasoline in your area contains either methanol (methyl alcohol) or ethanol (ethyl alcohol). If unleaded gasoline is not available. All fuel components should be inspected for leakage. The fuel system components on your Mercury Marine engine will withstand up to 10% alcohol content in the gasoline. common to boats. Oil Recommendation Recommended Oil Mercury or Quicksilver Premium 2‑Cycle TC‑W3 Outboard Oil 23 . IMPORTANT: When operating a Mercury Marine engine on gasoline containing alcohol. Outside USA and Canada ‑ having a posted pump Octane Rating of 90 RON minimum. it is recommended that only alcohol‑free gasoline be used where possible. Engine damage resulting from the use of improper gasoline is considered misuse of the engine. These Reformulated Gasolines are acceptable for use in your Mercury Marine engine. swelling or corrosion. FUEL RATINGS Mercury Marine engines will operate satisfactorily when using a major brand of unleaded gasoline meeting the following specifications: USA and Canada ‑ having a posted pump Octane Rating of 87 (R+M)/2 minimum. In cars. storage of gasoline in the fuel tank for long periods should be avoided. particularly after storage. USING REFORMULATED (OXYGENATED) GASOLINES (USA ONLY) This type of gasoline is required in certain areas of the USA. internal corrosion may take place during storage if alcohol has washed protective oil films from internal components. In addition. Do NOT use leaded gasoline. and damage caused thereby will not be covered under the limited warranty. softening. Some of these adverse effects are caused because the alcohol in the gasoline can absorb moisture from the air. resulting in a separation of the water/alcohol from the gasoline in the fuel tank. We do not know what percentage your boat's fuel system will withstand. Because of possible adverse effects of alcohol in gasoline. Any sign of leakage or deterioration requires replacement before further engine operation. The 2 types of oxygenates used in these fuels are Alcohol (Ethanol) or Ether (MTBE or ETBE).FUEL & OIL Fuel Recommendations IMPORTANT: Use of improper gasoline can damage your engine.

FUEL & OIL IMPORTANT: Oil must be NMMA certified TC‑W3 2‑Cycle oil.) oil MIXING PROCEDURE Pour the full amount of oil along with approximately one gallon of gasoline into an approved container. GASOLINE/OIL MIXING RATIO CHART GASOLINE/OIL MIXING RATIO CHART Gas/Oil Ratio 25:1 (4%) 50:1 (2%) 3. After the break‑in fuel mixture is used up. Fuel will expand in volume as its temperature rises and can leak under pressure if the tank is completely filled.) oil 11. Always stop engine before refilling tanks. Mercury or Quicksilver Premium TC‑W3 2‑Cycle oil is recommended for this engine.8 liters (1 gal. Severe engine damage may result from use of an inferior oil. PORTABLE FUEL TANK PLACEMENT IN THE BOAT Place the fuel tank in the boat so the vent is higher than the fuel level under normal boat operating conditions. then pour the remainder of gasoline into the tank. Mix thoroughly. Pour the full amount of oil along with approximately one gallon of gasoline into the fuel tank. substitute another brand of 2‑cycle outboard oil that is NMMA Certified TC‑W3. Refer to the table (following) for mixing ratios.) gas 473 ml (16 fl. Do not completely fill the fuel tanks. FILLING FUEL TANKS PERMANENTLY INSTALLED Slowly pour the correct amount of oil along with gasoline as the tank is being filled. sparks. Mercury or Quicksilver Premium Plus TC‑W3 2‑Cycle oil is recommended. Fill fuel tanks outdoors away from heat.) oil 473 ml (16 fl.) oil 89 ml (3 fl. FILLING PORTABLE FUEL TANKS Remove portable fuel tanks from boat to refill them. oz. Filling Fuel Tank ! WARNING Avoid serious injury or death from a gasoline fire or explosion. Mixing Fuel and Oil Use a 25:1 (4%) gasoline/oil mixture in the first tank of fuel.) oil 23 liters (6 gal.) gas 148 ml (5 fl. Add the remainder of gasoline and shake container to ensure mixing.5 liters (3 gal.) oil 237 ml (8 fl. oz. 24 .) gas 946 ml (32 fl. oz. Shake the two together until they are thoroughly mixed. use a 50:1 (2%) gasoline/oil mixture. Leave approximately 10% of the tank volume unfilled. and open flames. For added protection and lubrication. Always stop the engine and do not smoke or allow open flames or sparks in the area while filling fuel tanks. oz. If Mercury or Quicksilver outboard oil is not available. oz. oz.

FEATURES & CONTROLS Tiller Handle Models • Tiller handle ‑ Handle can be tilted 100° for convenient handling during transportation and storage. ob01384 • Choke ‑ Supplies fuel to the engine for cold starting. 4063 • Lanyard/Lanyard stop switch ‑ Refer to General Information ‑ Lanyard Stop Switch. ob01383 • Primer/idle speed knob ‑ Pulling the knob out supplies a small amount of fuel to the engine for cold starting. Rotate knob to adjust idle speed after engine warms up. ob00350 • Engine stop switch ‑ Push in to stop engine. 3173 • Starter rope ‑ Pulling the starter rope cranks the engine over for starting. 25 .

FEATURES & CONTROLS ob00361 • Throttle grip friction knob ‑ Turn friction knob to set and maintain the throttle at desired speed. 26 . • Throttle grip (side handle gear shift models) ‑ Controls engine speed. a b ob01157 a• Reverse b- Forward Side handle gear shift (if equipped) ‑ Controls gear shift. N R F 3022 NOTE: Side handle gear shift outboards are furnished in some worldwide market areas. Side handle gear shift is also available as a Quicksilver or Mercury Precision Accessory. a b ob00341 a• Loosen friction (counterclockwise) b- Tighten friction (clockwise) Throttle grip gear shift (if equipped) ‑ Controls gear shift and engine speed. Turn knob clockwise to tighten friction or turn knob counterclockwise to loosen friction.

FEATURES & CONTROLS . Move lever to the left to tighten. ob01383 • Primer/idle speed knob ‑ Pulling the knob out supplies a small amount of fuel to the engine for cold starting. or move lever to the right to loosen. ob00545 ! WARNING Avoid possible serious injury or death from loss of boat control. 27 . ob00543 • Electric start button (electric start models) ‑ Press button to start engine. • Steering friction adjustment ‑ Adjust this lever to achieve the desired steering friction (drag) on the tiller handle. Rotate knob to adjust idle speed after engine warms up. a b 3023 a- Tighten friction b- Loosen friction Remote Control Models ‑ Manual Start • Starter rope ‑ Pulling the starter rope cranks the engine over for starting. Maintain sufficient steering friction to prevent the outboard from steering into a full turn if the tiller handle or steering wheel is released.

3024 • Neutral release lever ‑ Pull this lever up to move the control handle out of neutral position. F N R ob00557 • Lanyard/Lanyard stop switch ‑ Refer to General Information ‑ Lanyard Stop Switch. ob00350 • Throttle friction adjustment ‑ Adjust to maintain desired tension at the control handle. 3025 • Engine on/off switch ‑ Turns engine on and off.FEATURES & CONTROLS ob01384 • Control handle ‑ Controls gear shift and engine speed. 28 .

3024 • Ignition key switch ‑ Turn the key switch for starting and stopping the enigne. ob00360 • Neutral release lever ‑ Pull this lever up to move the control handle out of neutral position. F N R ob00557 • Lanyard/Lanyard stop switch ‑ Refer to General Information ‑ Lanyard Stop Switch. 29 . Push in on key switch to choke the engine. ob00350 • Throttle friction adjustment ‑ Adjust to maintain desired tension at the control handle.FEATURES & CONTROLS 3026 Remote Control Models ‑ Electric Start • Control handle ‑ Controls gear shift and engine speed.

FEATURES & CONTROLS 3025 • Fast idle lever ‑ Raising lever will increase engine idle speed in neutral. Pull out on the tilt lock knob and move it to the lock position. Raise the outboard to the tilt release position and gently lower the outboard to the preset trim position. 3. move the tilt lock knob to the unlock position. Refer to Operation ‑ Starting The Engine. Take hold of the top cowl grip and raise the outboard to the full up position. a b c ob01177 ab- Tilt lock knob in lock position Tilt lock knob in unlock position c- Tilt range indicator 30 . 4. Stop the engine. The outboard cannot be lowered while the tilt lock knob is in the lock position. 5. 2. Shift the outboard into the forward gear position. 3027 Tilting Outboard 1. To lower the engine.

Shift outboard to neutral or forward gear position. IMPORTANT: Operate outboard at slow speed for shallow water operation and keep the water intake submerged. a b c ab4. Proper adjustment allows the boat to achieve optimum performance. 31 . To release the shallow water drive. stop engine and tilt outboard up to one of the tilt release position. Setting The Transom Angle Of Your Outboard The vertical transom angle of your outboard is adjusted by changing the position of the preset tilt knob in one of the three adjustment holes provided. 2. Reduce engine speed to idle. Arrange passengers and load in the boat so the weight is distributed evenly. Tilt outboard up to one of the shallow water drive positions. Shallow water drive positions Tilt release positions cWater Intake ob01179 Ensure the water intake is submerged. 5. stability. 1. NOTE: Refer to the following lists when adjusting the transom angle of your outboard. 6. Gently lower the outboard to the preset transom angle.FEATURES & CONTROLS Shallow Water Operation There are three (3) shallow water drive positions that enable the outboard to be tilted up to prevent hitting the bottom. and minimize steering effort. 3. This allows the boat to be driven parallel to the water. The preset tilt knob should be adjusted so the outboard is positioned to run perpendicular to the water when the boat is running at full speed.

Increase steering torque or pull to the right. This can result in an unexpected turn in either direction (called bow steering or over‑steering) if any turn is attempted or if a significant wave is encountered. Generally improve the ride in choppy water. In excess can cause boat porpoising (bouncing) or propeller ventilation. especially with a heavy load or a stern heavy boat. In excess can lower the bow of some boats to a point where they begin to plow with their bow in the water while on plane. Increase clearance over submerged objects or a shallow bottom. Increase steering torque or pull to the left at a normal installation height.FEATURES & CONTROLS a b c ob01152 ab- Too much angle (stern down ‑ bow up) Not enough angle (stern up ‑ bow down) c- Angle adjusted properly (bow slightly up) Consider the following lists carefully when adjusting the operating angle of your outboard. Generally increase top speed. Adjusting the outboard close to the boat transom can: • • • • • Lower the bow. Lift the bow out of the water. Result in quicker planing off. Adjusting the outboard away from the boat transom can: • • • • • 32 .

FEATURES & CONTROLS Adjusting Transom Angle 1. a b ob01178 a- Transom angle settings b- Tilt release position 33 . Shift the outboard into forward. Raise the engine to one of the tilt release positions. Stop the engine. 2. Change the preset knob position and lower the outboard to the preset transom angle position. Repeat step number one if the transom angle needs further adjustment.

Consult your dealer. the outboard should be removed and drained completely of water. currents. If ice should form at the water level inside the outboard driveshaft housing. Operating In Salt Water Or Polluted Water We recommend that you flush the internal water passages of your outboard with fresh water after each use in salt or polluted water. If you keep your boat moored in the water. Look at the boat capacity plate. rocks. Refer to Maintenance ‑ Flushing The Cooling System. Tell someone where you are going and when you expect to return. Arrange passengers and load in the boat so the weight is distributed evenly and everyone is seated in a proper seat. it will block water flow to the engine causing possible damage.OPERATION Pre‑Starting Check List • • • • • • • • • • Operator knows safe navigation. Make inspection checks listed in Maintenance ‑ Inspection and Maintenance Schedule. stop the engine and tilt the outboard out of the water when using the main power source. IMPORTANT: The outboard must be restrained from bouncing while operating the boat using the main power source. Each month. Operating your outboard at an elevation higher than 750 m (2500 ft. Know the waters and area you will be boating. Operating In Freezing Temperatures When using your outboard or having your outboard moored in freezing or near freezing temperatures. Connect the remote fuel line to the outboard. sand bars. This will reduce the normal performance loss experienced as a result of reduced oxygen in the air causing an overly rich fuel mixture. Fuel supply OK. This prevents trapped water in gearcase from freezing and causing possible damage to the water pump and other components.) above sea level may require a carburetor jet change and/or different pitch propeller. always tilt the outboard so the gearcase is completely out of water (except in freezing temperatures) when not in use. Pre‑Starting Instructions 1. Bouncing can damage the outboard and boat transom. Know your boats maximum load capacity. An approved personal flotation device of suitable size for each person aboard and readily accessible (it is the law). It is illegal to operate a boat while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Do not spray on corrosion control anodes as this will reduce the effectiveness of the anodes. do not operate your outboard (if the jets were changed for high elevation) at a lower elevation unless the jets are changed again to correspond to the new elevation. If there is a chance of ice forming on the water. Wash the outboard exterior and flush out the exhaust outlet of the propeller and gearcase with fresh water after each use. This will prevent a buildup of deposits from clogging the water passages. Make sure connector is snapped into place. keep the outboard tilted down at all times so the gearcase is submerged. boating. Operating Outboard As An Auxiliary Engine If the outboard is used as an auxiliary engine. and other hazards. A ring type life buoy or buoyant cushion designed to be thrown to a person in the water. tides. 34 . Operating at High Elevations IMPORTANT: To prevent serious damage to the engine caused by a lean fuel mixture. spray Mercury Precision or Quicksilver Corrosion Guard on external metal surfaces. and operating procedures.

BREAK-IN PROCEDURE Vary the throttle setting during the first hour of operation. Make sure the cooling water intake is submerged. ob00469 Engine Break‑in Procedure ! CAUTION Severe damage to the engine can result by not complying with the Engine Break‑in Procedure. Starting The Engine ‑ Tiller Handle Models And Manual Start Remote Control Models Before starting. and Engine Break‑in Procedure in the Operation Section. avoid remaining at a constant speed for more than two minutes and avoid sustained wide open throttle. Special Operating Instructions. During the first hour of operation. read the Pre‑Starting Check List. 35 .OPERATION 3028 ! CAUTION Never start or operate your outboard (even momentarily) without water circulating through all the cooling water intake holes in the gearcase to prevent damage to the water pump (running dry) or overheating of the engine. 2. Open fuel tank vent on manual venting type tanks. ENGINE BREAK-IN FUEL MIXTURE Use a 25:1 (4%) gasoline/oil mixture in the first tank of fuel. 1.

ob00349 3. Set the throttle grip to start position. Set the lanyard stop switch to "RUN" position. Side handle gear shift and remote control models ‑ Set the gear shift to neutral position. .OPERATION ob00348 2. Squeeze the fuel line primer bulb several times until it feels firm. ob00350 4. 3026 6. Remote control models ‑ Move on/off switch to the on position. N R N F ob00351 3022 36 . Refer to General Information ‑ Lanyard Stop Switch. ob01175 ob00543 5.

Damage to the charging system may result. a. 4063 b. Leave the knob in the pulled out position when starting. Turn primer/idle speed knob. then pull rapidly to crank the engine. a full clockwise to increase engine idle speed. ob01176 10. Electric Starting Models ‑ Push starter button and crank the engine. Do not operate starter motor continuously for longer than ten seconds at a time. 37 . Repeat until engine starts. 7.OPERATION IMPORTANT: Outboards with battery charging capabilities must not be operated with battery cables disconnected from the battery. Manual Starting Models ‑ Pull the starter rope slowly until starter engages. Starting a cold engine. wait 30 seconds and try again. Non Sea Pro/Marathon Models ‑ Pull out and push in the primer/idle speed knob one to three times to prime the engine. ob01396 8. if equipped. ob01384 9. Sea Pro/Marathon Models ‑ Pull out choke. If engine fails to start. Release button when engine starts. Allow rope to return slowly.

ob01399 14. NOTE: Engines equipped with a thermostat ‑ The amount of water flow can vary due to the thermostat operation. 4063 12. If engine begins to stall. Sea Pro/Marathon Models ‑ Push in choke after the engine starts.OPERATION ob00545 11. Push in the primer/idle speed knob after engine starts. Continue to crank the engine for starting. 38 . It may take several minutes for the engine to warm up enough for water to start spraying out of the indicator hole. ob01384 NOTE: Starting flooded engine ‑ Push in the primer/idle speed knob and turn full clockwise. rechoke until engine is running smoothly. Turn the primer/idle speed knob counterclockwise to obtain desired idle speed as engine warms up. reprime until engine is running smoothly. Check for a steady stream of water flowing out of the water pump indicator hole. 13. If engine begins to stall.

Set the lanyard stop switch to "RUN" position. read the Pre‑Starting Check List. Starting The Engine ‑ Electric Start Remote Control Models Before starting. Open fuel tank vent on manual venting type tanks. ob00350 4. Squeeze the fuel line primer bulb several times until it feels firm. Have the outboard checked by your dealer. Operating the engine while overheated will cause serious engine damage. Special Operating Instructions.OPERATION ob00331 IMPORTANT: If no water is coming out of the water pump indicator hole. ob00349 3. No obstruction may indicate a water pump failure or blockage in the cooling system. 39 . ob00348 2. Set the remote control handle to neutral position. These conditions will cause the engine to overheat. 1. Refer to General Information ‑ Lanyard Stop Switch. and Engine Break‑in Procedure in the Operation Section. stop engine and check cooling water intake for obstruction.

crank engine for 10 seconds. Warm Engine ‑ Advance the fast idle lever or throttle only feature to an approximate halfway (1/2) setting. ob01384 IMPORTANT: Electric starting outboard models must not be started manually using the starter rope. a a8. immediately reduce engine speed back to idle. Immediately start to reduce engine speed after engine starts. Cold Temperature ‑ It may be helpful to prime the engine 1 to 3 times using the manual primer knob before starting. After engine starts. . ob00560 7. without having the battery leads connected to a battery. 6. Damage to the charging system could result. push in on key to choke engine.OPERATION N ob00351 5. return key to "ON" position. Cold Engine ‑ Do not advance the neutral fast idle speed feature on the remote control for initial starting. slowly advance the fast idle speed feature to increase idle speed until engine is warmed up. or run. If engine fails to start in 10 seconds. Turn ignition key to the "START" position. Fast idle speed lever b 3030 b- Throttle only feature Starting Flooded Engine ‑ Advance the fast idle lever or throttle only feature to the maximum position. wait 30 seconds and try again. After engine has started. Keep engine speed below 2000 RPM. Without activating primer. If engine is cold. Wait 30 seconds and repeat until engine starts. 40 9.

Have the outboard checked by your dealer. It may take several minutes for the engine to warm up enough for water to start spraying out of the indicator hole. Check for a steady stream of water flowing out of the water pump indicator hole. Your outboard has three gear shift positions to provide operation: forward (F). These conditions will cause the engine to overheat. Gear Shifting IMPORTANT: Observe the following: • • Never shift outboard into gear unless engine speed is at idle. 41 . IMPORTANT: If no water is coming out of the water pump indicator hole. No obstruction may indicate a water pump failure or blockage in the cooling system.OPERATION ob00354 10. and reverse (R). ob00331 NOTE: Engines equipped with a thermostat ‑ The amount of water flow can vary due to the thermostat operation. Operating the engine while overheated will cause serious engine damage. stop engine and check cooling water intake for obstruction. Do not shift outboard into reverse when the engine is not running. F N R N ob00557 N R R F F 3163 3022 • Tiller Handle Models ‑ Reduce engine speed to idle before shifting. ob00558 • Always shift outboard into gear with a quick motion. neutral (N). .

Sudden unexpected acceleration could result in serious injury or death. the start in gear protection device is inoperative. Stopping The Engine 1. Remote Control Models ‑ Reduce engine speed and shift outboard to neutral position. Remove the fuel filter. 1. Make sure to set the outboard gear shift into neutral to prevent outboard from starting in gear. N R N F ob01175 ob00351 3022 ! WARNING When using emergency starter rope to start engine. Tiller Handle Models ‑ Reduce engine speed and shift outboard to neutral position.OPERATION • After shifting outboard into gear. ob00361 Emergency Starting If the starter system fails. 2. Push in the engine stop button or turn ignition key to "OFF" position. advance the remote control lever or rotate the throttle grip (tiller handle) to increase speed. 42 . use the spare starter rope (provided) and follow procedure. Turn ignition key or on/off switch to "OFF" position. ob00360 3031 2. Shift outboard to neutral (N) position.

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! WARNING
To prevent getting an electrical shock, do not touch any ignition component, wiring, or spark plug wire when starting or running the engine.

! WARNING
The exposed moving flywheel can cause serious injury. Keep your hands, hair, clothing, tools, and other objects away from engine when starting or running the engine. Do not attempt to reinstall the flywheel cover or top cowl when engine is running. 7. 8. 9. Tie one end of the spare starter rope around screwdriver tool (provided) and tie a knot in other end. Place the starter rope knot into the flywheel notch and wind the rope clockwise around the flywheel. Pull the starter rope to start the engine.

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MAINTENANCE
Outboard Care
To keep your outboard in the best operating condition, it is important that your outboard receive the periodic inspections and maintenance listed in the Inspection and Maintenance Schedule. We urge you to keep it maintained properly to ensure the safety of you and your passengers, and retain its dependability.

! WARNING
Neglected inspection and maintenance service of your outboard or attempting to perform maintenance or repair on your outboard if you are not familiar with the correct service and safety procedures could cause personal injury, death, or product failure. Record maintenance performed in Maintenance Log at the back of this book. Save all maintenance work orders and receipts.

SELECTING REPLACEMENT PARTS FOR YOUR OUTBOARD
We recommend using original Mercury Precision or Quicksilver replacement parts and Genuine Lubricants.

! WARNING
Using a replacement part that is inferior to the original part could result in personal injury, death, or product failure.

EPA Emissions
EMISSION CERTIFICATION LABEL
An emission certification label, showing emission levels and engine specifications directly related to emissions, is placed on the engine at time of manufacture.

EMISSION CONTROL INFORMATION

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OWNER RESPONSIBILITY
The owner/operator is required to have routine engine maintenance performed to maintain emission levels within prescribed certification standards. The owner/operator is not to modify the engine in any manner that would alter the horsepower or allow emissions levels to exceed their predetermined factory specifications. 45

Lubricate more frequently when used in salt water.MAINTENANCE Inspection And Maintenance Schedule BEFORE EACH USE • • • • • • • • Check that lanyard stop switch stops the engine. and other fasteners. ! WARNING To avoid possible injury when flushing. Check steering system for binding or loose components. Check corrosion control anodes. See Fuel System. WHICHEVER OCCURS FIRST • • • • • • • • • • • • • EVERY 300 HOURS OF USE OR THREE YEARS BEFORE PERIODS OF STORAGE • Flushing The Cooling System Flush the internal water passages of the outboard with fresh water after each use in salt. These items should be serviced by an authorized dealer. See Gearcase Lubrication. See Spark Plug Inspection and Replacement. Check more frequently when used in salt water. Flush out the outboard cooling system if operating in salt or polluted water. See Storage section.1. See Flushing the Cooling System. Check tightness of bolts. Refer to Propeller Replacement. See Corrosion Control Anodes.1. Electric start models ‑ Inspect battery. Check carburetor adjustments. This will help prevent a buildup of deposits from clogging the internal water passages. Remote control models ‑ Check control cable adjustments. 1. Lubricate all lubrication points. or muddy water. Use a Mercury Precision or Quicksilver accessory (or equivalent) flushing attachment. Wash off all salt deposits and flush out the exhaust outlet of the propeller and gearcase with fresh water if operating in salt water. Replace water pump impeller (more often if overheating occurs or reduced water pressure is noted). Install the flushing attachment so the rubber cup fits tightly over the cooling water intake. 1. Remove propeller. Lubricate splines on the driveshaft and shift shaft. Refer to Propeller Replacement. Remote control models ‑ Visually check steering link rod fasteners for proper tightness. nuts. See Lubrication Points. Remove engine deposits with Mercury Precision or Quicksilver Power Tune Engine Cleaner. See Battery Inspection. Inspect and clean spark plugs. Drain and replace gearcase lubricant. Check propeller blades for damage. Check fuel line filter for contaminants.1. See Carburetor Adjustments. AFTER EACH USE EVERY 100 HOURS OF USE OR ONCE YEARLY. 46 . Check outboard for tightness on transom. polluted. if required. Refer to Storage procedure. Visually inspect the fuel system for deterioration or leaks. remove the propeller. Clean fuel tank pick up filter.

4. 47 . turn off the water. carefully monitoring water supply at all times. 6. Turn on the water and adjust the flow so water is leaking around the rubber cup to ensure the engine receives an adequate supply of cooling water. Reinstall the propeller. ob00567 3. Lift rear of cowl and disengage front hook. Continue flushing the outboard for 3 to 5 minutes. ob00568 5. and remove the flushing attachment. Start the engine and run it at idle speed in neutral shift position. Top Cowl Removal And Installation REMOVAL 1. Unlock the rear latch by pushing lever down. Adjust water flow (if necessary) so excess water continues leaking out from around the rubber cup to ensure the engine is receiving an adequate supply of cooling water.MAINTENANCE 2. IMPORTANT: Do not run engine above idle when flushing. Check for a steady stream of water flowing out of the water pump indicator hole. Attach a water hose to the flushing attachment. ob01405 2. Stop the engine.

3. FUEL LINE INSPECTION Visually inspect the fuel line and primer bulb for cracks. If any of these conditions are found. the fuel line or primer bulb must be replaced. Always stop the engine and do not smoke or allow open flames or sparks in the area while servicing any part of the fuel system. Make sure the battery is equipped with a nonconductive shield to prevent accidental shorting of battery terminals. 48 . Read fuel system servicing information and Warning preceeding. Add water as necessary to keep the battery full. Any fuel system service must be performed in a well ventilated area.MAINTENANCE ob00369 INSTALLATION 1. leaks. Pull out the filter element and wash it with cleaning solvent. 5. 2. Material used to contain spillage must be disposed of in an approved receptacle. Fuel System ! WARNING Avoid serious injury or death from gasoline fire or explosion. Wipe up any spillage immediately. 2. 4. stop engine and disconnect the battery. ENGINE FUEL FILTER Inspect the sight bowl for water accumulation and inspect the filter element for sediment. tight. 1. Use an approved container to collect and store fuel. Clean the filter as follows. Battery Inspection The battery should be inspected at periodic intervals to ensure proper engine starting capability. Drain the fuel system completely. hardness. Make sure the battery is secure against movement. Turn off the engine before servicing the battery. IMPORTANT: Read the safety and maintenance instructions which accompany your battery. Positive to positive and negative to negative. Before servicing any part of the fuel system. swelling. 3. or other signs of deterioration or damage. Removal 1. Push cowl down and move the rear latch lever up to lock. and correctly installed. 2. Inspect any completed service work for sign of fuel leakage. Battery cable terminals should be clean. Hold on to the cover to prevent it from turning and remove the the sight bowl. Engage the front hook and push cowl back over the cowl seal. Carefully follow all fuel system service instructions.

Carburetor Fuel Bowl ‑ Sea Pro/Marathon Models 1. 2. Loosen drain screw to clean.MAINTENANCE a b c d ob01406 ab- Cover Filter element cd- O‑ring Sight bowl Installation 1. Place the O‑ring seal into the sight bowl and screw the sight bowl hand tight into the cover. forcing fuel into the filter. 4066 2. Dispose of fuel properly. Clean and wax often using marine cleaners and waxes. Fuse Replacement ‑ Electric Start Remote Control Models IMPORTANT: Always carry spare SFE 20 AMP fuses. Exterior Care Your outboard is protected with a durable baked enamel finish. Push the filter element (with open end toward cover) into the cover. 49 . IMPORTANT: Visually inspect for fuel leakage from the filter by squeezing the primer bulb until firm.

the fuse may blow again. Replace fuse with a fuse of the same rating 3036 Corrosion Control Anode The outboard has a corrosion control anode installed on the gearcase. If the cause is not found. 3037 The anode requires periodic inspection especially in salt water which will accelerate the erosion. To prevent this type of accidental engine starting and possible serious injury caused from being struck by a rotating propeller. Propeller Replacement ! WARNING If the propeller shaft is rotated while the engine is in gear. Try to locate and correct the cause of the overload. Never paint or apply a protective coating on the anode as this will reduce effectiveness of the anode. always shift outboard to neutral position and remove spark plug leads when you are servicing the propeller. always replace the anode before it is completely eroded. 50 . there is the possibility that the engine will crank over and start. Shift outboard to neutral (N) position. the electric starter motor will not operate. To maintain this corrosion protection. An anode helps protect the outboard against galvanic corrosion by sacrificing its metal to be slowly eroded instead of the outboard metals.MAINTENANCE The electric starting circuit is protected from overload by an SFE 20 AMP fuse. If the fuse is blown. 1.

have the propeller removed by an authorized dealer. Coat the propeller shaft with Quicksilver or Mercury Precision Lubricants Anti‑Corrosion Grease or 2‑4‑C with Teflon. If propeller is seized to the shaft and cannot be removed. ob00578 4. ob00580 51 . Remove the spark plug leads to prevent engine from starting. ob00375 3. ob00579 5.MAINTENANCE N R N F ob01175 ob00351 3022 2. Pull propeller straight off shaft. Place a block of wood between gearcase and propeller to hold propeller and remove propeller nut.

Sparks can ignite fuel vapors under the engine cowl. and also each time the propeller is removed. 52 . to remove spark plug boots. ob00583 8. 94 95 Description Anti-Corrosion Grease 2-4-C with Teflon Where Used Propeller shaft Propeller shaft Part No. To avoid damaging spark plug boots. Propeller nut Rear thrust hub cd- c d ob00581 Propeller Forward thrust hub Place a block of wood between gearcase and propeller and tighten propeller nut. Flo‑Torq I Drive Hub Propellers ‑ Install forward thrust hub. a b ab7. Damaged spark plug boots can emit sparks. propeller. screwdriver. Spark Plug Inspection And Replacement ! WARNING Avoid serious injury or death from fire or explosion caused by damaged spark plug boots. 6. rear thrust hub and propeller nut onto the shaft. 92-802867Q1 92-802859Q1 IMPORTANT: To prevent the propeller hub from corroding and seizing to the propeller shaft (especially in salt water). etc.MAINTENANCE Tube Ref No. always apply a coat of the recommended lubricant to the entire propeller shaft at the recommended maintenance intervals. 1. do not use any sharp object or metal tool such as pliers. Reinstall spark plug leads. Twist the rubber boots slightly and pull off. Remove the spark plug leads.

blistered or fouled. Install plugs finger tight.) Before installing spark plugs. cracked. Description Spark plug Nm 27 lb.040 in. in. Remove the spark plugs to inspect. turn the slow speed mixture screw in until it is lightly seated then back it out 1‑1/2 turns.0 mm (0. broken. ob00424 Spark Plug Gap NGK BPZ8H‑N‑10 NGK BPZ8HS‑15 4. Before starting engine. ft.5 mm (0. 1. clean off any dirt on the spark plug seats. lb.MAINTENANCE ob00375 2. 53 . 20 Carburetor Adjustments SLOW SPEED MIXTURE ADJUSTMENT 1.060 in. and then tighten 1/4 turn or torque to specifications. Set the spark plug gap to specification. ob00423 3. Replace spark plug if electrode is worn or the insulator is rough.) 1.

Lubrication Points 1. Shift the outboard to forward gear while maintaining idle speed. The engine idle speed is not adjustable. ENGINE IDLE SPEED ADJUSTMENT 1. The carburetor has been calibrated for the engine to run at the recommended idle speed. start engine and allow it to warm up. b. 5. start engine and allow it to warm up. Lubricate the following with Quicksilver or Mercury Precision Lubricants 2‑4‑C with Teflon or Special Lubricant 101. 3049 2. 6. Engines not equipped with an adjustable speed screw: a. Turn the slow speed mixture screw slowly out until the engine start to load up or fire unevenly due to a rich mixture. When in doubt. c. With boat tied securely to dock. Engines equipped with an adjustable idle speed screw: a. Shift the outboard to forward gear while maintaining idle speed. Note the position of the screw slot. Adjust the idle speed screw to obtain the recommended engine idle speed. HIGH SPEED MIXTURE ADJUSTMENT The carburetor is equipped with a standard size high speed fixed jet that is replaceable for operation at higher elevations. Refer to General Information ‑ Specifications. With boat tied securely to dock. Turn the slow speed mixture screw slowly in until the engine starts to misfire or stall due to a lean mixture. Note the position of the screw slot. set the mixture slightly rich rather than too lean.MAINTENANCE ob01424 2. 54 . Make sure the primer/fast idle knob is pushed all the way in and turned to the slowest idle speed. 3. Set the slow speed mixture screw midway between the rich and lean setting. 4.

Steering Friction Adjustment Shaft (tiller handle models) ‑ Lubricate through fitting. tilt pin tracks. Description Where Used Tilt tube. tilt pin tracks. shift/ throttle cable. steering friction adjustment shaft. transom clamp screws. steering friction adjustment shaft. swivel bracket. tilt lock pins.MAINTENANCE Tube Ref No. 34 Special Lubricant 101 92-802865Q1 95 2-4-C with Teflon 92-802859Q1 • Tilt Tube ‑ Lubricate through fittings. 55 . steering cable grease fitting Tilt tube. shift/ throttle cable. 3038 • Transom Clamp Screws ‑ Lubricate threads. 3039 • • Swivel Bracket ‑ Lubricate through fitting. swivel bracket. tilt lock pins. steering cable grease fitting Part No. transom clamp screws.

a b 3042 a• Spring loaded tilt lock pin b- Tilt lock pin Lubricate along the entire tilt pin tracks. 3043 • Lubricate the throttle and shift cable moving components and pivot points. 56 . Pin is spring loaded.MAINTENANCE a b 3040 a• Steering friction adjustment shaft b- Swivel bracket Tilt lock pins ‑ Apply lubricant to pins. Make sure this pin is free to push in and out.

Fitting b- Steering cable end Lubricate the following with Light Weight Oil • Steering Link Rod Pivot Points ‑ Lubricate pivot points. possibly resulting in serious injury or death. • Steering Cable Grease Fitting (If Equipped) ‑ Rotate steering wheel to fully retract the steering cable end into the outboard tilt tube. Lubricate the following with Quicksilver or Mercury Precision Lubricants Anti‑Corrosion Grease or 2‑4‑C with Teflon. 94 95 Description Anti-Corrosion Grease 2-4-C with Teflon 57 Where Used Propeller shaft Propeller shaft Part No.MAINTENANCE 3044 ! WARNING The end of the steering cable must be fully retracted into the outboard tilt tube before adding lubricant. Lubricate through fitting. Adding lubricant to steering cable when fully extended could cause steering cable to become hydraulically locked. a b 3045 a2. Tube Ref No. 92-802867Q1 92-802859Q1 . A hydraulically locked steering cable will cause loss of steering control. 3046 3.

8 fl. If water is noticed. Place outboard in a vertical operating position. Add lubricant until it appears at the vent hole. CHECKING LUBRICANT LEVEL AND REFILLING GEARCASE 1. oz. giving it a milky colored appearance. Examine the drained gearcase lubricant for metal particles. Coat the entire propeller shaft with lubricant to prevent the propeller hub from corroding to the shaft. Remove fill screw and place lubricant tube into the fill hole. visually check for the presence of water in the lubricant. ob00585 Gearcase Lubrication When adding or changing gearcase lubricant. 4. will turn to ice and damage the gearcase. or it may be mixed with the lubricant. DRAINING GEARCASE 1. b a ob00597 a- Fill/drain plug b- Vent plug GEARCASE LUBRICANT CAPACITY Gearcase lubricant capacity is approximately 200 ml (6. Water in the lubricant may result in premature bearing failure or. 2. An excessive amount of metal filings or larger particles (chips) may indicate abnormal gear wear and should be checked by an authorized dealer. 3. 58 . Place drain pan below outboard. it may have settled to the bottom and will drain out prior to the lubricant. Remove vent plug and fill/drain plug. Remove fill/drain plug and vent plug and drain lubricant. in freezing temperatures.). 2. A small amount of metal particles indicates normal gear wear. 3. Place outboard in a vertical operating position. If water is present. have the gearcase checked by your dealer.MAINTENANCE • Propeller Shaft ‑ Refer to Propeller Replacement for removal and installation of the propeller.

ob00599 6. 5. Remove lubricant tube and reinstall cleaned fill/drain plug and sealing washer. 59 . ob00600 Submerged Outboard A submerged outboard will require service within a few hours by an authorized dealer once the outboard is recovered from the water.MAINTENANCE ob00598 IMPORTANT: Replace sealing washers if damaged. Stop adding lubricant. Install the vent plug and sealing washer before removing the lubricant tube. This immediate attention by a servicing dealer is necessary once the engine is exposed to the atmosphere to minimize internal corrosion damage to the engine.

Place the outboard in water or connect flushing attachment for circulating cooling water. Fill the fuel tank and engine fuel system with treated (stabilized) fuel to help prevent formation of varnish and gum. and engine fuel system. Pour this mixture into fuel tank. Permanently Installed Fuel Tank ‑ Pour the required amount of gasoline stabilizer (follow instructions on container) into a separate container and mix with approximately one quart (one liter) of gasoline. Tube Ref No. 92-802878Q5 5 60 . Proceed with following instructions. 120 Description Corrosion Guard Where Used External metal surfaces Part No. See your dealer for touch‑up paint. Run the engine for ten minutes to fill the engine fuel system. ! CAUTION Never start or operate your outboard (even momentarily) without water circulating through all the cooling water intake holes in the gearcase to prevent damage to the water pump (running dry) or overheating of the engine. and damage caused by freezing of trapped water.STORAGE Storage Preparation The major consideration in preparing your outboard for storage is to protect it from rust. 9192 Protecting External Outboard Components • • • Lubricate all outboard components listed in Maintenance ‑ Inspection and Maintenance Schedule. Spray Quicksilver or Mercury Precision Lubricants Corrosion Guard on external metal surfaces (except corrosion control anodes). If the gasoline being used contains alcohol. • Flushing Device 91‑44357Q 2 Attaches to the water intakes. it is advisable to drain as much of the remaining gasoline as possible from the fuel tank. Touch up any paint nicks. • • Portable Fuel Tank ‑ Pour the required amount of gasoline stabilizer (follow instructions on container) into fuel tank. The following storage procedures should be followed to prepare your outboard for out of season storage or prolonged storage (two months or longer). FUEL SYSTEM IMPORTANT: Gasoline containing alcohol (ethanol or methanol) can cause a formation of acid during storage and can damage the fuel system. Tip fuel tank back and forth to mix stabilizer with the fuel. remote fuel line. provides a fresh water connection when flushing the cooling system or operating the engine. corrosion.

Reinstall spark plug. stop the fuel flow by disconnecting the remote fuel line.STORAGE Protecting Internal Engine Components NOTE: Make sure the fuel system has been prepared for storage. When engine begins to stall. ! CAUTION If outboard is stored tilted up in freezing temperature. Periodically check the water level and recharge the battery during storage. Remove the battery from the boat and check water level. Start the engine and let it run in neutral to warm up. IMPORTANT: Refer to Maintenance ‑ Spark Plug Inspection and Replacement for correct procedure for removing spark plug boots. Refer to Fuel System. Rotate the flywheel manually several times to distribute the storage seal in the cylinder. 61 . • • Place the outboard in water or connect flushing attachment for circulating cooling water. Remove the spark plugs and inject a five second spray of storage seal around the inside of the cylinder. quickly spray Quicksilver or Mercury Precision Lubricants Storage Seal into carburetor until engine stops from lack of fuel. dry place. Battery Storage • • • • Follow the battery manufacturer's instructions for storage and recharging. trapped cooling water or rain water that may have entered the propeller exhaust outlet in the gearcase could freeze and cause damage to the outboard. Store the battery in a cool. • • Gearcase • Drain and refill the gearcase lubricant (refer to Maintenance ‑ Gearcase Lubrication). Recharge if necessary. preceeding. With engine running at fast idle. Positioning Outboard For Storage Store outboard in an upright (vertical) position to allow water to drain out of outboard.

b. Refer to Maintenance section. e. Refer to Maintenance section. Damaged or improper size propeller. Engine flooded. Engine Runs Erratically POSSIBLE CAUSES • • • Spark plugs fouled or defective. g. 62 . Fuel is not reaching the engine. Refer to Maintenance section. Fuel pump failure. Ignition key switch failure. h. Performance Loss POSSIBLE CAUSES • • • Throttle not fully open. Fuel filter is obstructed. Incorrect starting procedure. Stuck anti‑siphon valve on built in fuel tank. or setup. Spark plugs fouled or defective. Ignition system component failure. Fuel tank filter obstructed. Refer to Maintenance section. • • Ignition system component failure. Refer to Maintenance section. Wiring or electrical connection faulty. f. Fuel pump failure. Fuel tank vent not open or restricted. Old or contaminated gasoline. d. Outboard is not shifted to neutral position. Incorrect engine timing. Refer to Operation section. Engine Will Not Start POSSIBLE CAUSES • • • • • Lanyard stop switch not in "RUN" position. Refer to Operation section. adjustments. Fuel line is kinked or pinched.TROUBLESHOOTING Starter Motor Will Not Crank The Engine (Electric Start Models) POSSIBLE CAUSES • • • • • • Remote control models ‑ Blown 20 Amp fuse in the starting circuit. Fuel line is disconnected or kinked. Fuel is being restricted to the engine. Primer bulb check valve is faulty. a. • • • • • • Engine fuel filter is obstructed. c. Weak battery or battery connections are loose or corroded. Incorrect setup and adjustments. Fuel tank filter obstructed. Starter motor or starter solenoid failure. Primer bulb not squeezed. Fuel tank is empty.

Worn out or inefficient battery. Battery Will Not Hold Charge POSSIBLE CAUSES • • • • • Battery connections are loose or corroded. Excessive use of electrical accessories.TROUBLESHOOTING • • • Boat overloaded or load improperly distributed. Excessive water in bilge. Low electrolyte level in battery. or voltage regulator. Boat bottom is dirty or damaged. 63 . Defective rectifier. alternator.

Talk with the dealership's sales manager or service manager. special tools. Only he has the factory trained mechanics. please contact Mercury Marine Service Office for assistance. WI 54936-1939 64 . If. The dealer has the necessary information to order parts and accessories for you. contact the nearest Mercury Marine Service Office. call. Refer to the Yellow Pages of the telephone directory. 1. contact your dealer or any authorized Mercury Marine dealership. equipment. take these steps. question or concern about your outboard product. and genuine parts and accessories to properly service your engine should the need occur. Parts And Accessories Inquiries All inquiries concerning genuine replacement parts and accessories should be directed to your local authorized dealer. United States Telephone Fax Website Canada Telephone Fax (905) 567‑6372 (905) 567‑8515 Mercury Marine Ltd. or write. Mercury Marine will work with you and your dealership to resolve all problems. When inquiring on parts and accessories. Please include your daytime telephone number with mail and fax correspondence. If you ever have a problem. concern. fax.O.com Mercury Marine W6250 W. Your name and address Daytime telephone number Model and serial number of your outboard The name and address of your dealership Nature of problem The following information will be needed by the service office: • • • • • Mercury Marine Service Offices For assistance. the dealer requires the model and serial number to order the correct parts.mercurymarine. Pioneer Road P. Should you have a question. contact the nearest authorized dealer. for any reason. Ontario L5N 7W6 Canada (920) 929‑5040 (920) 929‑5893 www. If additional assistance is required. you cannot obtain service. then contact the owner of the dealership.OWNER SERVICE ASSISTANCE Local Repair Service Always return your outboard to your local authorized dealer should the need for service arise. If this has already been done. Mississauga. He knows your engine best. Service Assistance Your satisfaction with your outboard product is very important to your dealer and to us. or problem that cannot be resolved by your dealership. knowledge. 2. 2395 Meadowpine Blvd. Service Away From Home If you are away from your local dealer and the need arises for service. Box 1939 Fond du Lac.

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