Mercury Force 5hp Manual
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• Welcome Aboard! Proper care and maintenance is an important part in keeping your Mercury Product operating at peak efficiency for 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. • Warranty Registration Outside The United States And Canada..1 Mercury Marine Two Years Limited Warranty (Europe)...2 Mercury Marine One Year Limited Warranty (Confederation of Independent States, Middle-East, Africa).
3 3 Year Limited Warranty Against Corrosion...5 Warranty Coverage And Exclusions...6 General Information Boater's Responsibilities.... • Positioning Outboard For Storage...38 Troubleshooting Engine Will Not Start....39 Engine Runs Erratically....39 Performance Loss....39 Owner Service Assistance Local Repair Service....40 Service Away From Home.... 40 Parts And Accessories Inquiries.... 40 Service Assistance.... 40 Mercury Marine Service Offices.... • Warranty Registration United States And Canada You may change your address at any time, including at time of warranty claim, by calling Mercury Marine or sending a letter or fax with your name, old address, new address, and engine serial number to Mercury Marine’s warranty registration department.
• Mercury dealer authorized to service the product. If purchaser cannot deliver the product to such a dealer, written notice must be given to Mercury.
We will then arrange for the inspection and any covered repair. Purchaser in that case shall pay for all related transportation charges and/or travel time.
If the service provided is not covered by this warranty, purchaser shall pay for all related labor and material, and any other expenses associated with that service. • No individual or entity, including Mercury Marine authorized dealers, has been given authority by Mercury Marine to make any affirmation, representation or warranty regarding the product, other than those contained in this limited warranty, and if made, shall not be enforceable against Mercury Marine. • Mercury dealer authorized to service the product. If purchaser cannot deliver the product to such a dealer, written notice must be given to Mercury.
We will then arrange for the inspection and any covered repair. Kawasaki Jet Ski 750 Xi Sport Manual here. Purchaser in that case shall pay for all related transportation charges and/or travel time. If the service provided is not covered by this warranty, purchaser shall pay for all related laborand material, and any other expenses associated with that service. • Mercury dealer authorized to service the product. If purchaser cannot deliver the product to such a dealer, written notice must be given to Mercury.
We will then arrange for the inspection and any covered repair. Purchaser in that case shall pay for all related transportation charges and/or travel time. If the service provided is not covered by this warranty, purchaser shall pay for all related labor and material, and any other expenses associated with that service.
• Mercury Precision Parts or Quicksilver MerCathode system and/or Galvanic Isolator. Corrosion damage caused by improper application of copper base anti-fouling paints is also not covered by this limited warranty. • Use of other than Mercury Precision or Quicksilver parts when making warranty repairs.
Oils, 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. • 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. It is strongly recommended that each operator (driver) read and understand this entire manual before operating the outboard.
• GENERAL INFORMATION U.S. COAST GUARD CAPACITY MAXIMUM HORSEPOWER XXX MAXIMUM PERSON CAPACITY (POUNDS) MAXIMUM WEIGHT CAPACITY ob00306 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. • GENERAL INFORMATION 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.g. Cub Cadet 2185 Service Manual. If the operator is accidentally ejected). WARNING Avoid serious injury or death from deceleration forces resulting from accidental or unintended stop switch activation.
• GENERAL INFORMATION WARNING Avoid the combination of a running engine and poor ventilation. Prolonged exposure to carbon monoxide in sufficient concentration can lead to unconsciousness, brain damage, or death. GOOD VENTILATION Ventilate passenger area, open side curtains, or forward hatches to remove fumes. Ob00316 Example of desired air flow through the boat. • Some accessories not manufactured or sold by Mercury Marine are not designed to be safely used with your outboard or outboard operating system. Acquire and read the installation, operation, and maintenance manuals for all your selected accessories. • GENERAL INFORMATION rial Numb OTXXXXXX 20XX XXXX ob01047 Serial number Year manufactured Model year Certified Europe Insignia (as applicable) Model designation Specifications Models Horsepower Kilowatts Full Throttle RPM Range 4000-5000 4500-5500 Idle Speed in Forward Gear 900-1000 RPM Number of Cylinders Piston Displacement 74.6 cc (4.6 cu.
• INSTALLATION Installing Outboard BOAT TRANSOM HEIGHT REQUIREMENT Measure the transom height of your boat. The anti-ventilation plate should be 25 - 50 mm (1 - 2 in.) below the bottom of the boat. Ob01048 Anti-ventilation plate INSTALLING OUTBOARD ON TRANSOM Place outboard on center line of transom. • TRANSPORTING Carrying Outboard The outboard has a carrying handle located in front. Ob01051 Transporting Outboard When Removed From Boat CAUTION Transport and store the outboard only as shown.
Otherwise, engine damage or property damage could result from leaking oil. With the outboard still in the water, close the fuel shut-off valve and run engine until it stops. This will drain fuel from the carburetor. • TRANSPORTING Side shift models - Set the gear shift into forward gear. This prevents the propeller from spinning freely. • IMPORTANT: Oil must be NMMA certified TC-W3 2-Cycle oil. Mercury or Quicksilver Premium TC-W3 2-Cycle oil is recommended for this engine.
For added protection and lubrication, Mercury or Quicksilver Premium Plus TC-W3 2-Cycle oil is recommended. If Mercury or Quicksilver outboard oil is not available, substitute another brand of 2-cycle outboard oil that is NMMA Certified TC-W3. • FUEL AND OIL GASOLINE/OIL MIXING RATIO CHART GASOLINE/OIL MIXING RATIO CHART Gas/Oil Ratio 3.8 liters (1 gal.) gas 11.5 liters (3 gal.) gas 23 liters (6 gal.) gas 25:1 (4%) 148 ml (5 fl. Oz.) oil 473 ml (16 fl. Oz.) oil 946 ml (32 fl. • FEATURES AND CONTROLS Features & Controls Throttle lever - Move to start position for starting.
Move lever up to increase engine speed and down to reduce engine speed. Choke lever - Move up to the closed position for starting a cold engine. Move halfway down as engine warms up. Move down to the open position after engine is warmed up. • FEATURES AND CONTROLS ob01056 Tighten friction Loosen friction Side handle gear shift (if equipped) - controls gear shift. Ob01057 Tilting Outboard TILTING TO FULL UP POSITION Stop the engine. Take hold of the top cowl grip and raise outboard to the full up position.
Ob01058 Push in the tilt support pin. • FEATURES AND CONTROLS LOWERING TO RUN POSITION Lift outboard and pull out the tilt support pin. Lower the outboard. Ob01059 Setting The Operating Angle Of Your Outboard The vertical operating angle of your outboard is adjusted by changing the position of the tilt pin in the adjustment holes provided. • Wash the outboard exterior and flush out the exhaust outlet of the propeller and gearcase with fresh water after each use.
Each month, spray Mercury Precision or Quicksilver Corrosion Guard on external metal surfaces. Do not spray on corrosion control anodes as this will reduce the effectiveness of the anodes. • OPERATION 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. Lower the outboard to the vertical operating position. Make sure all cooling water intake holes are submerged. Ob01061 Open fuel tank vent. • OPERATION STOP ob01064 If engine is cold, move choke lever to closed (up) position.
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