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 Posted: Sun Aug 9th, 2015 03:57 pm
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Moose
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I need to replace the water pump on a 2008 9.9 Pro Kicker. Has anyone ever removed the lwer unit on this particular motor? Is the shift linkage the same as on the older Mercury engines? Thank You
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 Posted: Mon Aug 10th, 2015 03:04 am
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Moose I have dropped a few lower ends to change the impellers. I can understand how it is because It took me quite a wile to find the reason I could not figure it out my self.

Take your time and you can find all the bolts. Although some engines hide a last one under the fin that tunes the motor torque adjuster. At this moment I can't remember the proper name of it. It's above the prop. I'm not talking about the Skeg. Any how on my 40 there is a bolt that you loosen to adjust the small fin angle. Mark the location of the angle then remove the bolt. Look up under the location. I think you will find the last bolt. The shifter linkage is usually in front of the lower unit but up higher on the unit.

Give me a call I might be able to give you a hand.
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