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Mercury 1955-1963 Service Manuals 8 years 10 months ago #29024

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I posted this in the main forum, But I thought I'd put it here, too, since people are likely to look here for this sort of thing.

I'm in the process of digitzing some of my collection, and thought these might be of some use.

They are in Adobe Acrobat (.PDF) format, and will require Acrobat Reader 7.0 or later to view/print.


Covers 1955-1959 Mk 5 & 6 6 HP

Covers 1960-1963 Merc60 & 110 6-9.8HP

Covers 1955-1963 Mk10, 10a, 15a, Merc 100, 150, Mk 20, 20H, Mk25, Mk28, Merc 200, Merc 250, & Merc 350 10-35 HP

Covers 1955-1963 4 & 6 Cyl models, inc. Mk30, Mk55, Mk35, Mk58, Mk55, Mk75, Mk78, Merc 300, Merc 350, Merc 400, Merc500, Merc450, Merc650, Merc700, Merc800, Merc850, Merc 1000 30-100 HP

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Re:Mercury 1955-1963 Service Manuals 3 years 4 days ago #130471

Any chance you could update these links or send me a pdf? I'm looking for a service manual for a merc 400 along with the wiring diagrams. Thanks!

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Re:Mercury 1955-1963 Service Manuals 2 years 11 months ago #130662

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I like having the real hard copy manual in the shop but, as you've probably found, they can be pricy. This is a cheaper, quick alternative:

Vintage Antique Mercury Outboard Motor Parts Lists And Exploded Views EBOOK

I have one of these too, and it's a pretty decent scan of the original. The only downside is that since it's just images the text isn't searchable. ...not that the paper one is either. :dry:

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Re:Mercury 1955-1963 Service Manuals 2 years 11 months ago #130668

I bought an e-manual online for my Merc 1150. I downloaded it on to a disk and just print out the sections as I need them and put them in a binder for future use. That way I have the hard copy for what I am working on in the shop and I don't melt down my printer by printing all 600 or so pages, many of which I probably never use. Being an old fart, I like a hard copy within reach so I can go back and re-read it as many times as I need to finish the job. Now, if I could just remember where I left it and why did I come into this room???

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