Thank you for your inspiring and excellent video!
Two things I would do different:Change the oil in the spring, not before you put it away for the winter. Used oil has much better lubrication properties than cold/new oil. Change it when it is warm and when you are about to use it. Also, when trying to evacuate the gasoline… replacing the cap on the fuel line while is running would put suction on the carb. This usually prevents all of the fuel from burning out of the chamber.
Thanks Man! Really good video!
WHY THE F'K WOULD YA THUMBS DOWN THIS VIDEO ?
Wow one of the best videos I've seen.. No crap talking just useful information with calming music. Thank you
One of the best videos yet! Can you do one on how to change out the water pump/impeller? Thanks!
This is a great video!
Tohatsu owners may also watch as its the same engine
what is that device you used to pump the oil into the bottom part
Great video! Really helpful, thank you!
Great video! But let me ask you a question, why did you use Quicksilver HighPerformance Gear Lube because it was recommended by the manufacturer for motors from 75 HP ?
Great video. When changing the engine oil on this outboard, it is very important to tilt down and back up again and drain a second time. There is quite a bit of oil that gets trapped and thats the only way to get it out.
I know nothing about outboard motors. why do you start engine at the full line and not at start? thank you, i hope to own one some day
This was very good. Thanks. I just purchased a Mercury 9.9 this past week. I also purchased an Evinrude 90 hp Etec last year. No scheduled maintenance required for the Etec for 3 years. And believe it or not, the Etec winterizes itself.
This is one of the best maintenance videos for Mercury 9.9 and similar outboards. It deserves wide viewership. I encourage the authors to produce more. Thank you.
Nice video! I just bought a 2006 9.9 four stroke today. I'm about to order all the stuff to change impeller, fluids, and spark plugs.
Excellent video. Many thanks!
Where's the oil filter?
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