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Old 05 August 2013, 13:50   #1
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Wiring Diagram - Mariner 60 | 3Cyl | 1990

Hi,

Is anybody in a position to help me out with a wiring diagram for a 1990 Mariner 60, 3 cyl 2-stroke please? I have a manual but whilst it shows CDMs etc., it doesn't show the switchbox and the connections to the rev limiter and low oil switch are different.

And its raining!

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Old 14 August 2013, 02:07   #2
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I have a manual which covers the 45-60 engines, with Serial Numbers
"United States 0D000750 and Above . . . . . . .
Belgium 09671687 and Above . . . . . . . . . . . "
if it helps. Not sure how early that goes.....

Diagrams include the switch box, has pages for
"Model 50/60 Electric Start (Rectifier Models)
Model 50/60 Electric Start (Regulator Models)
Model 50/60 Electric Start Tiller Handle
Model 55 Manual Start
Model 50/60 Manual Start with RED Stator
Model 50/60 Electric Start with RED Stator"
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Old 14 August 2013, 06:01   #3
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Try a search on Google Images - you will be surprised what pops out!

The fun bit is then treying to work out which of the 10,000 coloured line pics you just found is the one for your engine. (Not too bad a job if you have a serial number!)
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Hugh - just to be clear, if the manual covers your engine, if you would like to let me know what model you have, I can see about extracting the relevant pages...
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Thanks Smithyyy, but I think the engine is going to the outboard boneyard (eBay).
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