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Old 12 August 2008, 10:39   #1
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Oil filter on mercury 9.9??

Hi i have recently bought a 9.9 mercury 4 stroke outboard,it is an 08 model.(4 stroke)
Can any one tell me where the oil filter is?
cant see it anywhere.
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Check the owners manual? One would think it would be in there somewhere.

Sorry; not familiar with the Merc motors.


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I don't know my way round the 9.9, and there's 3 models of 4 stroke, but if it's the 323cc model then it's located here. A serial number would help.
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And it's part no7 on the 232cc model
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thanks, its not mentioned in the manual,strange i know,
good pics .now i know
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You may need to get hold of the service manual. They're usually worth having anyway, if you're a DIY type.

The owners manuals usually only have very general operating instructions. The service manual is much more detailed.

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