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Old 24 March 2009, 08:57   #1
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Tohatsu Manual - Anyone have one I can borrow?

Just thought I'd ask on the off chance that someone might have a tohatsu workshop manual kicking around that I could borrow? Preferably on the Isle of Wight but I'll obviously pay any postage if someone is kind enough to go to the trouble to post me one. Its probably unlikely but I thought I'd check before spending 35 on a new one I'll probably only use the once!

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Old 24 March 2009, 16:03   #2
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Goole books does some preview of the clymer pages - you may be lucky...

See http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=W...&dq=tohatsu+90
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Keep an eye on ebay. The Clymer workshop manual often pops up on CD in pdf format. I payed 3.50 for my "unofficial copy" which is totally identical to the original book.

Tim, What in particular are you looking for? I can photocopy (as I have the book also) and post the relevant pages to you if required. Send me a pm and we will sort something out.
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There is a great guy called Locozodiac that used to regularly frequent this site (i think he is having a break)?

He is a Tohatsu dealer in Peru, and is a font of information and probably could send you a workshop manual.
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ok guys thanks, very useful. That google books thing could be useful, it has some wiring diagrams in the back but I think most of the stuff I need is not included.

Yoyo, thats mighty fine of you. I don't really need it yet as I seem to be getting on fine so far but I was thinking I might need instruction on how to do a couple of things when re-assembling like re-bleed the auto-lube (if I even need to do that) but I may just be able to get advice on that on here. I'll let you know, thanks!
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Old 25 March 2009, 08:08   #6
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Tim,

I'm in Portsmouth & have a Clymer manual for the 2 stroke (mine's a 50 but the manual cover larger I think?) I'd be happy to loan (for a short period) or even scan & e-mail pages (as long as it didn't infringe any copyright) ;-)
PM me if I can assist in anyway.
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ok guys thanks, very useful. That google books thing could be useful, it has some wiring diagrams in the back but I think most of the stuff I need is not included.

Yoyo, thats mighty fine of you. I don't really need it yet as I seem to be getting on fine so far but I was thinking I might need instruction on how to do a couple of things when re-assembling like re-bleed the auto-lube (if I even need to do that) but I may just be able to get advice on that on here. I'll let you know, thanks!
You can download the user guide from tohatsu.com that tells you how to bleed autolube and do general setup / maint etc.
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