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Old 14 April 2014, 05:54   #1
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Anyone got a pdf for a 2006 UK spec Mariner 15hp 2 stroke?

With tiller gear shift. I found a manual for the 2009 US online but a bit different in spec and various ways.
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Old 14 April 2014, 06:43   #2
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I've never found one online but just a snippet that may help...

Maintenance...

After each use: Wash off salt and flush in fresh water.

At 100hrs or Yearly: Lubricate all points. Check/gap spark plugs. Check fuel lines & fuel filter. Check carb settings. Check anodes. Replace gear oil. Remove prop and lubricate splines. Check all fastenings. Clean fuel tank pick up filter.

After 300hrs or 3yrs: Replace water pump impellor.

I'd add to that have a look at the thermostat and check it isn't choked with salt deposits.
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Old 14 April 2014, 06:57   #3
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With tiller gear shift. I found a manual for the 2009 US online but a bit different in spec and various ways.
I do not know how to attach a PDF file on the forum but it is available from the Brunswick EMEA website

Brunswick Marine in EMEA Download Center - Download Center

Direct link if it works

http://download.brunswick-marine.com/download/dosearch/@isnew/desc?mod=4&lang=EN&categories=OUTBOARD$2006$2-Stroke$

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Old 14 April 2014, 07:10   #4
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Awesome Jeff, thanks for that.

Noticed these engines don't seem to have a trim tab style anode.

For those running one - is 50:1 the best ratio?
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>>>For those running one - is 50:1 the best ratio?

Now then don't get that topic fired up again!

Did you find the download appropriate to your engine? There seemed to be several similar versions of a manual to cover a 15hp but the one that is identical to the manual that came with my outboard from new is the one with the pdf code 10104r30.

That gives 50:1 for pleasure use and 100:1 for commercial use so I go for.... 75:1.
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have you tried going onto the bruswick web site,
google bruswickmarine,
clic k onto the download centre
then just watch the screen it may be on that site, i know they were before I retired.
I always used to recomend a fuel mixture of 50:1 regardles of commercial or leisure, it will not harm it and a little extra oil is ok.
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Not sure if this is any use to you Max ..but its a bit more than just an owners manual... ?

http://boatinfo.no/lib/mercury/manua...-10-15.html#/0

Im with Fenlander on a 75:1 mix.. its a happy half way mix .. thats on my 25hp..and I have not had any issues with it
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Fantastic, thanks very much.
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