Be careful not to damage the housing or mounting surfaces. Place the new thermostat into the housing in the proper direction. My Dell Quay 13 goes to about 28 mph with doel fins fitted, think I was getting between 4500-5000rpm and thought it should go faster? Because this information has come from many sources we can not guarantee its accuracy. The pistons have a 36. Remove the old thermostat with a set of pliers. Reattach the cooling hoses to the housing.
Will be at tha base of no. These manuals feature condensed service data and specifications covering multiple manufacturers and models. I too have no rev counter and would be interested in how best to get one sorted. The iboats can likely help you find a lot of outboard information as it is arranged by subject. Because this information has come from many sources we can not guarantee its accuracy.
Seloc offers a full line of printed manuals with complete coverage on everything from basic to complete engine or drive overhaul; featuring simple-to-follow, step-by-step, illustrated procedures, hundreds of exploded views, photographs, tables, wiring diagrams, specifications, and user friendly indexes. Had it out the this week and it ran well. Thanks for the link to Tacho will have a look. The new thermostat will need to be placed in the same order to operate properly. I'm in the same 'boat'. P art is no longer available.
This engine has power steering and a electric-type starter. The 6E9 is either a 40 or C40 Yamaha. Even if this information is the same as the original factory specs, boats are sometimes modified. Changes are periodically added to the information herein. Seloc Marine Seloc has been the leading source of how-to information for the marine industry since 1974.
If I'm missing anything I'm open for suggestions. Or did Mercury sell it to Yamaha? Even if this information is the same as the original factory specs, boats are sometimes modified. Also if anyone can tell me common problems to look for. That is actually a Yamaha motor. Probably a C40 being that they were twin cyl. N o clue what's wrong! The iboats can likely help you find a lot of outboard information as it is arranged by subject. Allow the engine to reach operating temperature to ensure the thermostat is operating properly.
It did not find anything in that vin. I have an old Mariner 150 6cyl with a serial number of 5940804, and can't seem to find what year it is anywhere. . Fished far a while and cranked it up. I thought Mariner was made by Mercury? Yamaha built the powerheads for several models, including some of the 4 stroke 25's.
Tighten them to 30 foot-pounds using a torque wrench. The serial plate starts with 6E9 printed as a prefix , then stamped with 'L 412333'. O ur techs only fix late models. But by me I use premix 50:1 but the Yam uses 100:1 and ive read there were problems with 100:1 mix so maybe why Mariner use 50:1? Can someone tell me where to find what year, etc it is? Be sure to do your testing under your normal boating conditions and with a good propeller not bent, cracked, or excessively chipped. Start the engine and look for any leaks. . Our database of mechanical repairs offers complete service procedures, wiring diagrams, schedules, specifications, parts database, dealer locator, and more.
Apply gasket sealer to the mating surfaces and place the thermostat gasket over the opening on the engine. Our professional version, Seloc Pro is the most comprehensive database tool available to marine technicians! This engine has power steering and a electric-type starter. The bore width is 2. Parts ordered from this website may or may not be in dealer stock at the time of order. Just finished rebuild in fitting new rubber mountings!!! This model has a electric starter and power steering. Was advised by an mechanic friend that these engines do not like a too oily mix especially when idiling.
Thus, for safety and other reasons, it is a good idea to verify information here to make sure it matches up with your boat. I do plan on maybe trolling behind this as well. The iboats are another excellent source of information. The 6E9 is either a 40 or C40 Yamaha. It's definitely a Yamaha motor though. Thanks Captain Ard Last edited by on 26 Jul 2012, 12:34, edited 1 time in total.