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To troubleshoot a Mercury motor, you must first identify the specific problem and the symptoms associated with it. Common problems with a Mercury motor include failure to turn on, failure of the engine and overheating. O... More »

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Changing a broken motor mount requires jacking up the engine, removing the bolts connecting the mount to the engine and frame and replacing it. Rear wheel drive vehicles generally have two motor mounts, but front wheel d... More »

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The first step in installing a motor mount is to ensure the firewall has enough room for you to raise the engine. When raising, avoid tearing any radiator hoses, crimping any air conditioning lines or cracking any of the... More »

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Mercury offers more than a dozen outboard motors that range from 2.5 to 350 horsepower, as of 2015. These outboard motors are available for all types of vessels, from small aluminum boats and canoes to houseboats and rac... More »

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