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Engine Manufacturer Name: Mercury Marine MerCruiser Address: 3003 N. Perkins Road City: Stillwater, OK Postal Code: Country: United States

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1 NOTE: The following only applies to CE marked products. Declaration of Conformity - Mercury MerCruiser When installed in accordance with Mercury MerCruiser's instructions, this sterndrive or inboard machine meets the requirements of the following directives and applicable standards as amended: Pleasure Craft Propulsion Engines as amended by Directive 94/25 / EC 2003/44 / EC Engine Manufacturer Name: Mercury Marine MerCruiser Address: 3003 N. Perkins Road City: Stillwater, OK Zip Code: Country: USA Authorized Representative Name: Brunswick Marine in EMEA Inc. Address: Parc Industriel de Petit-Rechain City: Verviers Postcode: 4800 Country: Belgium Name of the notified body for the assessment of the emission values: Det Norske Veritas AS Address: Veritasveien 1 City: Hovik Postcode: 1322 Country: Norway ID number: 0575 Conformity assessment module used to assess the emission values: B + C B + D B + E B + FGH Or approved motor type according to: Stage II of Directive 97/68 / EC, Directive 88/77 / EC Other directives applied: Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2004/108 / EC Description of engines and essential requirements Engine type Type of fuel Compression cycle Z or stern drive without integrated exhaust Diesel two-stroke inboard petrol four-stroke Identification of engines covered by this declaration of conformity Name of the engine family Unique engine number : Serial number from EC module H certificate number 5.7 MPI (EC) 1A RCD-H MPI (EC) 1A RCD-H-1 Horizon 5.7 (EC) 1A RCD-H-1 Horizon 6.2 (EC) 1A RCD-H- 1 Horizon 8.1 (EC) 1A RCD-H HO (EC) 1A RCD-H-1 Horizon 8.2 (EC) Not available at time of publication RCD-H-1 8.2 H.O. (EC) Not available at the time of publication RCD-H-1 Essential requirements Appendix 1.B - Exhaust emissions Standards Other normative documents / methods Technical files B.1 Engine number Please provide further details (* = binding standard) B.2 Requirements for exhaust emissions * * EN ISO: 1996 B.3 Longevity B.4 Operating instructions ISO 8665: 1995 Appendix 1.C - Noise emissions see Declaration of Conformity of the boat in which the engines are installed This declaration of conformity was issued under the sole responsibility of the manufacturer. I hereby declare on behalf of the engine manufacturer that the engines meet the emission requirements of Directive 94/25 / EC as amended by Directive 2003/44 / EC, if they are installed in a boat used for recreational purposes in accordance with the instructions supplied by the engine manufacturer, and that these engines may only be put into operation if the boat used for recreational purposes in which they are to be installed complies with the relevant clauses of the above directives. Name / Position: Mark Schwabero, President, Mercury Marine Signature and Title: Date and place of issue: Stillwater, Oklahoma, USA Mercury Marine 8.2 H.O. and Horizon 8.2 models with emission control system * * E

2 Regulatory body: Regulations and Product Safety Department Mercury Marine W6250 W. Pioneer Road Fond du Lac, WI USA Identification documents Please write down the following information: Engine model and power (in hp) Engine serial number Mirror plate (sterndrive) serial number Gear ratio Z -Drive Gearbox Model (Inboard) Gear Ratio Gearbox Serial Number Propeller Number Pitch Diameter Hull Number (HIN) Date of Purchase Boat Manufacturer Boat Model Length The serial numbers tell the manufacturer about a variety of technical details about your Mercury MerCruiser power package. When contacting your authorized Mercury MerCruiser dealer for service, always provide model and serial numbers. The descriptions and technical data contained herein were valid at the time of printing. Mercury Marine reserves the right to discontinue models at any time, and to change specifications or designs without notice or obligation, for the purpose of continuous improvement. Mercury Marine, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, USA Printed in the USA 2010, Mercury Marine Mercury, Mercury Marine, MerCruiser, Mercury MerCruiser, Mercury Racing, Mercury Precision Parts, Mercury Propellers, Mariner, Quicksilver, Alpha, Axius, Bravo One, Bravo Two, Bravo Three, K-Planes, MerCathode, OptiMax, Precision Pilot, Pro Max, SeaCore, Skyhook, SmartCraft, Sport-Jet, Total Command, Verado, VesselView, Zero Effort, Zeus, # 1 On The Water, M with wave logo , Mercury with wave logo, and the SmartCraft logo are registered trademarks of Brunswick Corporation. The Mercury Product Protection logo is a registered service mark of Brunswick Corporation. Welcome You have chosen one of the best marine engines on the market. Numerous design features ensure easy operation and a long service life. With good care and maintenance, this engine will give you many years of pleasure. It is recommended that you read this manual carefully to ensure optimum performance and operation. The Operation, Maintenance, and Warranty Manual contains specific instructions for the operation and maintenance of your product. You should keep this manual with the product so that it is readily available when you need it. Thank you for purchasing one of our Mercury MerCruiser products. We are convinced that you will enjoy it! Mercury MerCruiser Warranty Notice The product you have purchased comes with a limited warranty from Mercury Marine. The terms of the warranty are set out in the Warranty "section of this manual. The warranty contains a description of what the warranty is covered and excluded, the duration of the warranty, recommendations for making a warranty claim, important exclusions and limitations, and other relevant information. Please read this important information Mercury Marine products are designed and manufactured to meet our high quality standards, industry standards and regulations, as well as specific emissions regulations. Every engine is operated and tested by Mercury Marine before being packaged for shipment In addition, certain Mercury Marine products are tested in a controlled and monitored environment for up to 10 engine hours to ensure compliance with applicable standards and regulations e new Mercury Marine products come with their warranties, regardless of whether or not the engine has participated in any of the testing programs described above.

3 Read This Manual Carefully IMPORTANT: If there is something you do not understand, have your dealer demonstrate the starting and operating procedures for you. Note The notes Danger, Warning, and Caution used in this manual and on your drive system and the other notes, together with the international symbol for DANGER (!), Indicate to the mechanic or user special instructions for certain maintenance work or procedures. which can be dangerous if carried out incorrectly or carelessly. These instructions must be strictly observed. These safety instructions cannot of course avoid the dangers indicated. In addition to the strict observance of these instructions, common sense is also required in order to prevent accidents which, if ignored, could result in death or serious injury.! CAUTION Indicates a hazard which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.! WARNING Indicates a hazard which, if ignored, could result in minor or moderate injury t indicates a situation which, if not avoided, could result in failure of the engine or other major components. IMPORTANT: Information that is essential to the successful completion of the task. NOTE: Information that will help you understand a specific step or action.! CAUTION The operator (driver) is responsible for the proper and safe operation of the boat, the equipment on board, and the safety of all occupants. We strongly recommend that the operator read the Operation, Maintenance, and Warranty Manual carefully and familiarize himself with the operating instructions for the power package and all accessories before operating the boat.! CAUTION The State of California knows that the exhaust gases from this engine contain chemicals that can cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.

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5 TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1 - Warranty Warranty Registration: United States and Canada ... 2 Warranty Registration: Outside the United States and Canada ... 2 Warranty Transfer ... 2 Mercury Installation Quality Certification Program ... 3 Mercury Product Protection Program: United States and Canada .. .4 Mercury MerCruiser Warranty (Gasoline Fueled Products Only) One Year Warranty Against Corrosion ... 5 Global Application Warranty Tables ... 6 Consumer Warranty ... 6 Commercial Warranty ... 6 Government Use Warranty ... 7 Warranty Information for the Emissions Control ... 7 Important Information ... 7 Emission Control Information Badge ... 7 Owner's Responsibility ... 9 California State Emission Compliance Guarantee ... 9 What Is Covered ... 9 Period Of Coverage ... 9 How To Obtain You Service Under Warranty ... 9 Mercury's Responsibilities ... 10 Not Covered ... 10 Exclusions And Limitations ... 10 Emi's Warranty California State Ssion Control System ... 10 Your Rights and Obligations Under This Warranty ... 10 Manufacturer's Warranty Coverage ... 11 Owner's Obligations Under This Warranty ... 11 US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA ): ... 11 Components of the Emission Control System ... 11 Emission Sticker ... 12 Hang Tag ... 13 Chapter 2 - What You Should Know About Your Propulsion System Identification ... 16 Data Sticker ... 16 Engine Serial Number Plate ... 16 Lanyard Stop Switch ... 17 Instruments ... 18 System View ... 18 Digital Displays ... 18 Analog Displays ... 19 Remote Controls ... 19 Instrument Panel Features ... 19 Console Features Single Engine ... 20 Console Features Slim Binnacle single motor. 21 Functional features and operation of the console-mounted double-lever remote control with CAN trackpad ... 21 Console-mounted double-lever remote control with CAN trackpad Equipment features and operation 21 Synchronization of the motors ... 23 Helm transfer ... 23 Synchronization of the helm prior to a helm transfer ... 24 Electrical overload protection ... 24 Acoustic Warning System ... 26 Caution ... 27 Fatal Error ... 27 OBDM (On Board Diagnostics Marine) ... 28 OBDM Malfunction Indicator ... 28 Testing the Acoustic Warning System ... 28 Engine Guardian Strategy ( Engine Protection System) ... 28 Transmission Guardian Strategy ... 29 Section 3 - Safe Boating Suggestions ... 32 Contact With Carbon Monoxide ... 33 Risk of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning ... 33 Keep Away From Exhaust Gas Areas ... 33 Good Ventilation ... 33 Poor Ventilation ... 34 General Instructions for Operating the Boat (Models with DTS) ... 34 Launching and Operating the Boat ... 34 Operation Chart ... 34 Star Running and Stopping the Engine ... 35 Starting the Engine ... 35 Stopping the Engine ... 35 Throttle Only Operation ... 36 Freezing Temperature Operation ... 36 Drain Plug and Bilge Pump ... 36 Personal Protection In the water ... 36 When cruising ... 36 With the boat still in the water ... 36 Operating at high speed and power ... 37 Passenger safety Pontoon and deck boats ... 37 Boats with an open front deck ... 37 Boats With Elevated Fishing Seats In The Bow ... 37 Wave And Wake Jumping ... 37 Impact With Underwater Hazards ... 38 Conditions Affecting Operation ... 38 Load Distribution (Passengers And Gear) Inside The Boat ... 38 The bottom of the boat ... 38 Cavitation ... 39 Altitude and climate ... 39 First steps - hourly break-in period ... 39 After the break-in period ... 39 Examination after the first season eng MARCH 2010 page i

6 Section 4 - Cruising Speed ​​Specifications ... 42 Fuel Requirements Fuel Values ​​Using Reformulated (Oxygenated) Fuels (US Only) Alcohol-Based Gasoline Engine Oil Engine Specifications Horizon 8.2 and 8.2 H.O. with Emission Control System Fluid Specifications Engine ... 44 Transmission Section 5 - Maintenance Owner / Operator Responsibilities ... 46 Dealer Responsibilities ... 46 Maintenance ... 46 Do It Yourself Maintenance Recommendations ... 46 Review Inboard Maintenance Schedule ... 47 Routine Maintenance ... 47 Maintenance schedule ... 47 Maintenance log, engine oil Check filling oil and filter change, engine oil drain pump ... 50 Oil filter change ... 50 Gear oil ... 50 Check with engine at operating temperature Check with cold engine gear oil ... 51 Change ... 51 Dual Cooling System ... 51 Coolant Requirements ... 51 Checking the Coolant Level Filling the Dual Cooling System Draining ... 53 Cleaning ... 53 Battery ... 53 Precautions for Handling Batteries for Multiple Engines with Electronic Fuel Injection Cleaning the flame arrestor ... 54 Replacing the Crankcase Ventilation Valve (PCV Valve) Water Separating Fuel Filter GEN III Models ... 55 Removal ... 55 Installation ... 55 Ribbed V-Belt Inspection ... 5 6 Checking Replacing Flushing the Seawater System Inboard ... 58 Boat Out of Water Inboard ... 58 Boat In Water Inboard ... 59 Chapter 6 - Winter or Extended Storage ... 62 Preparing the Power Package for Storage ... 62 Preparing Engine and Fuel System Draining the Seawater System ... 63 Identifying the Drain System ... 63 Air-Operated Central Drain System Manual Drain System Air-Operated Central Drain System Boat in the Water Boat out of the Water Manual Drain System Boat in the Water Boat Out of the Water Draining Water from the Gen III Cool Fuel Module Battery Storage ... 68 Restarting the Power Package ... 68 Section 7 - Troubleshooting Diagnosing Electronic Fuel Injection System Problems Diagnosing DTS System Problems ... 72 Engine Protection System Troubleshooting Charts ... 72 Starter Will Not Crank Engine or Will Crank Slowly Engine Will Not Start or Will Start Hard to Start ... 72 Engine Runs Rough, Misses, or Backfires ... 72 Bad e Engine power ... 73 Excessive engine temperature ... 73 Engine temperature too low ... 73 Low engine oil pressure ... 73 Battery cannot be charged Remote control is stiff, stuck, has too much play or makes unusual noises The steering wheel is only moving heavy or jerky page ii eng MARCH 2010

7 Section 8 - Customer Service Information Owner Service Assistance ... 76 Local Repair Service ... 76 Service On the Road ... 76 Power Package Theft ... 76 Attention Required After Submersion ... 76 Replacement Parts ... 76 Parts and Accessories Inquiries in the event of a concern or Problems ... 76 Mercury Marine Service Offices ... 77 Ordering Literature ... 77 United States and Canada ... 77 Outside the United States and Canada eng MARCH 2010 page iii

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9 Table of Contents Chapter 1 - Warranty Chapter 1 - Warranty 1 Warranty Registration: United States and Canada ... 2 Warranty Registration: Outside the United States and Canada ... 2 Warranty Transfer ... 2 Mercury Installation Quality Certification Program ... 3 Mercury Product Protection Program: United States and Canada ... 4 Mercury MerCruiser Warranty (Gasoline-Powered Products Only) One Year Warranty Against Corrosion ... 5 Global Application Warranty Tables ... 6 Consumer Warranty ... 6 Commercial Warranty ... 6 Government Application Warranty. ..7 Emissions Control Warranty Information ... 7 Important Information ... 7 Emission Control Information Badge ... 7 Ownership Responsibilities ... 9 California Emissions Compliance Guarantee ... 9 What Is Covered ... 9 Period Of Coverage. .. 9 How To Obtain Warranty Service ... 9 Mercury's Responsibility Excluded Exclusions And Limitations en California Emission Control System Warranty ... 10 Your Rights and Obligations Under This Warranty Manufacturer's Warranty Coverage Owner's Obligations Under Warranty EPA Emissions Guarantee: ... 11 Emission Control System Components ... 11 Emission sticker hanging sign eng MARCH 2010 page 1

10 Chapter 1 - Warranty Warranty Registration: USA and Canada To ensure that your warranty coverage begins immediately, your selling dealer must fill out the warranty card in full and send it to the factory immediately after the new product is sold. The card shows the name and address of the original purchaser, model and serial number (s) of the product, date of purchase, intended use and the code, name and address of the retailer. The retailer also confirms that you are the initial purchaser and user of the product. You will be issued a preliminary registration card when purchasing the product. Upon receipt of your warranty card at the factory, Mercury MerCruiser will provide you with an Owner's Resource Guide with your warranty certificate included. If you have not received the Resource Guide within 60 days from the date of purchase, please contact your selling reseller. Since the dealer always has a personal interest in your satisfaction, you should bring the product to him in the event that repairs are required under warranty.The product warranty does not come into effect until the product is registered at the factory. NOTE: The Federal Boat Safety Act requires the factory and dealer to keep a registration list for all marine engines sold in the United States in the event that it becomes necessary to notify owners, such as a recall. You can change your address at any time, including when submitting a warranty claim. To do this, give Mercury MerCruiser Warranty Registration either by phone, mail, or fax the following information: your name, old and new address, and engine serial number. Your dealer can also update this information. Contact information for customers and dealers in the United States: Mercury Marine Attn: Warranty Registration Department W6250 Pioneer Road P.O. Box 1939 Fond du Lac, WI Fax Contact information for customers and dealers in Canada: Mercury Marine Canada Limited 2395 Meadowpine Blvd. Mississauga, Canada L5N 7W6 Fax Warranty Registration: Outside the United States and Canada To ensure your warranty coverage begins immediately, your selling dealer must complete the warranty card in full and mail it to the distributor responsible for processing the warranty registration and claim program in your area. The warranty card contains information about your name and address, the model and serial numbers of the product, the date of purchase, the type of use, and the distributor / retailer's code number, name and address. The distributor / reseller also confirms that you are the initial purchaser and user of the product. You MUST receive a copy of the warranty card (the buyer's version) immediately after the distributor / retailer has fully completed the card. This card is used to identify the registration in the factory. Keep the card; if you ever need to have warranty work on this product, your dealer may ask for your warranty card to verify the date of purchase and to fill out warranty claim forms using the information on the card. In some countries, the distributor will issue you with a permanent (plastic) warranty card within 30 days of receiving the factory copy of the warranty card from the distributor / retailer. If you are given a plastic card, you can throw away the buyer's copy that you received from the distributor / retailer when you purchased the product. Check with your distributor / reseller if this program applies to you. Further information regarding the warranty card and its meaning when processing a warranty claim can be found under International Warranty ". See table of contents". NOTE: The Federal Boat Safety Act requires the factory and dealer to keep a registration list for all marine engines sold in the United States in the event that it becomes necessary to notify owners, such as a recall. Transfer of guarantee The product guarantee can be transferred to a second buyer, but only for the remaining term of the guarantee. This does not apply to commercially used products. To transfer the warranty to a second purchaser, a copy of the packing slip or sales contract, the name and address of the new owner, and the engine serial number must be mailed or faxed to Mercury Marine's Warranty Registration Department. United States contact information: page eng MARCH 2010

11 Mercury Marine Attn: Warranty Registration Department W6250 W. Pioneer Road P.O. Box 1939 Fond du Lac, WI Fax Canada contact information: Mercury Marine Canada Limited 2395 Meadowpine Blvd. Mississauga, Canada L5N 7W6 Fax Chapter 1 - Warranty After processing the warranty transfer, Mercury Marine will send the new owner a written warranty confirmation. This service is free of charge. For products purchased outside of the United States and Canada, contact the distributor in that country or your nearest distributor. Mercury Installation Quality Certification Program Mercury MerCruiser products installed by a Mercury Installation Quality certified manufacturer carry Installation Quality Certification and may receive one (1) additional year of warranty coverage. The Installation Quality Certification Program is designed to recognize MerCruiser boat builders who have achieved higher production standards. It is the industry's first and only comprehensive installation certification program for boat builders. The program has three objectives: 1. To improve overall product quality 2. To improve the boat owner's experience 3. To improve overall customer satisfaction The certification program is designed to test all facets of production and engine installation. The program consists of design, manufacture and installation exams that boat builders must pass. Market leading methodologies are used for certification to ensure the following characteristics: Efficiency and best practices in engine installation. First class assembly and component specifications. Efficient installation methods. Test method according to industrial standards at the end of the line. Boat builders who successfully complete the program and meet all certification requirements will earn Installation Quality System Certified Manufacturer status and receive an additional one (1) year of Mercury Factory Warranty on all MerCruiser engine-powered boats registered worldwide from the date the boat builder is certified. Mercury has reserved a portion of the website for promoting the Installation Quality Certification program and communicating with consumers about the benefits of this program. A current list of boat brands with a MerCruiser engine and Installation Quality Certificate can be found under eng MARCH 2010 page 3

12 Chapter 1 - Warranty Mercury Product Protection Program: United States and Canada IMPORTANT: Certain high performance products, triple engines, and commercial applications are excluded from the Mercury Product Protection Plan The Mercury Product Protection Program provides coverage for unforeseen mechanical and electrical failures that may exceed the normal warranty. The plan must be purchased no later than twelve months after the engine was originally registered and can last from one to five years. The optional Mercury Product Protection Program is the only Authorized Extended Factory Plan available for your engine. For program details, please contact a participating Mercury MerCruiser dealer. Mercury MerCruiser Warranty (Gasoline Powered Products Only) Mercury MerCruiser Warranty (Gasoline Powered Products Only) What Is Covered Mercury Marine warrants its new products to be free from defects in material and workmanship for the period specified below. Coverage period Coverage period for products used for recreational sports The warranty coverage begins on the date of the first sale to a recreational user or on the date of the first use of the product (whichever comes first). Products installed by an Installer with an Installation Quality Certificate receive one (1) additional year of warranty coverage. Repairing or replacing any part, or performing repairs under this warranty, will not extend the period of validity of this warranty beyond the original expiration date. The coverage period only applies to the affected model; Please refer to the list for the basic period for your specific model: Coverage for Horizon inboards and Vazer 100 sterndrives The coverage period for Horizon inboards and Vazer 100 models is four (4) years if they have been installed by an installer with an Installation Quality Certificate three (3) years if installation was not carried out by a certified installer. Coverage for SeaCore sterndrive models The coverage period for SeaCore sterndrives is four (4) years if installed by an installer with an Installation Quality Certificate or three (3) years if installation was not carried out by a certified installer has been. Coverage for Tow Sports inboards The coverage period for all Tow Sports inboards is three (3) years if they were installed by an installer with an Installation Quality Certificate or two (2) years if the installation was not carried out by a certified installer. Coverage for all other models The coverage period for all other gasoline-powered sterndrive and inboard models except those mentioned above is two (2) years if installed by an installer with an Installation Quality Certificate or one (1) year if installation is not done by one certified installer. Coverage period for commercially used products Warranty coverage begins on the date of initial sale to a commercial end user or the date on which the product is first put into operation (whichever comes first). Commercial users of these products receive coverage for either one (1) year from the date of initial purchase or 500 hours of use, whichever comes first. Commercial use is defined as any work-related use of the product or use that generates revenue, at any point during the warranty period, even if the product is only used occasionally for such purposes. Repairing or replacing any part, or performing repairs under this warranty, will not extend the period of validity of this warranty beyond the original expiration date. Transfer of warranty coverage If the product is properly re-registered, the remaining warranty period can be transferred from a leisure user to a second buyer who also uses the boat for leisure purposes. The remaining warranty period cannot be transferred to or from a customer who has used or will use the product for commercial purposes. Termination of warranty coverage Warranty coverage is terminated for used products that have been purchased in the following ways: Attachment of property from an end customer Purchase at auction Purchase from a junkyard Purchase from an insurance company that acquired the product on the basis of an insurance claim Conditions that must be met, To obtain warranty coverage Warranty coverage is only available to end customers who purchase the product from a dealer authorized by Mercury Marine to distribute the product in the country in which the product was purchased, and only after that of Mercury Marine specified inspection before delivery was carried out and documented. The warranty coverage becomes effective when the product is properly registered by the authorized dealer. In the event of a misrepresentation in warranty registration regarding recreational use or a subsequent change in use from recreational to commercial use (if not properly registered), Mercury Marine may, at its sole option, void this warranty. Routine maintenance, as described in the Operation, Maintenance, and Warranty Manual must be performed to maintain warranty coverage. Mercury Marine reserves the right to make warranty coverage dependent on evidence of proper maintenance. Page eng MARCH 2010

13 Chapter 1 - Warranty Mercury Marines Responsibilities Mercury Marine's sole and exclusive obligation under this warranty, in its sole discretion, is limited to repairing a defective part, replacing one or more such parts with new or Mercury Marine certified remanufactured parts, or the Refund of the purchase price of the Mercury Marine product. Mercury Marine reserves the right to make improvements or modifications to products from time to time without incurring an obligation to modify previously manufactured products. How to Obtain Warranty Service For warranty service, the customer must provide Mercury Marine with a reasonable opportunity to repair and reasonable access to the product. A warranty claim can be made by taking the product to an authorized Mercury Marine dealer for inspection. If the purchaser cannot bring the product to such a dealer, write to Mercury Marine for notification. Mercury Marine will then arrange an inspection and any warranty repairs. In this case, the buyer is responsible for all transport and / or travel costs incurred. If the service provided is not covered by this warranty, the purchaser will pay all labor and material costs incurred, as well as all other costs incurred for this service. The purchaser must not ship the product or any part of the product directly to Mercury Marine unless directed to do so by Mercury Marine. Proof of Registered Ownership must be presented to the dealer when requesting repairs under warranty in order for those repairs to be covered. Excluded from coverage The following are excluded from the guarantee: Routine maintenance settings Normal wear and tear Damage caused by misuse Abnormal use Damage caused by the use of a propeller or damage to the product due to insufficient cooling water supply resulting from a blockage of the system by foreign objects Motor operation the water Mounting the outboard motor too high on the transom Operating the boat with the engine trimmed too far Using the product in races or other competitions or using a racing drive at any point in time, even by a previous owner of the product, will void the warranty. Crane, launch, towing, storage, telephone, rental, inconvenience, mooring, insurance premiums, loan payments, loss of time, loss of income, or other incidental or consequential damages are not covered by this warranty. This warranty does not cover costs incurred in removing and / or replacing boat partitions or materials to gain access to the product. No person or company, including an authorized Mercury Marine dealer, has been authorized by Mercury Marine to make any representations, representations, or warranties regarding this product other than those contained in this warranty. If done, they cannot be enforced at Mercury Marine. EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED. IF THESE CANNOT BE EXCLUDED, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES ARE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY. INCIDENTAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARE NOT COVERED UNDER THIS WARRANTY. SOME STATES / COUNTRIES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS SET OUT ABOVE. THEREFORE, THESE ARE NOT NECESSARY TO APPLY TO YOU. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO GIVE YOU OTHER RIGHTS THAT MAY VARY FROM STATE TO STATE AND COUNTRY TO COUNTRY. 3-Year Warranty Against Corrosion 3-YEAR WARRANTY AGAINST CORROSION What is Covered Mercury Marine warrants no new Mercury Mariner, Mercury Racing, Sport Jet, M 2 Jet Drive, Mercury Marine Outboard Tracker, MerCruiser Inboard, or Sterndrive (Product ") becomes inoperable as a direct result of corrosion during the period specified below. Period of Coverage This corrosion warranty provides coverage for three (3) years from the date of initial purchase or the date the product was first used, whichever comes first. The repair and replacement of parts or repairs under this warranty will not extend the term of this warranty beyond the original expiration date. Unexpired warranty coverage may be transferred to a second (non-commercial) purchaser upon proper re-registration of the product. Warranty coverage is for used and from a product seized by an end customer e, products that were bought at auction or those that were purchased from a junkyard or an insurance company on the basis of an insurance claim are declared void. Conditions that must be met in order to receive warranty coverage eng MARCH 2010 Page 5

14 Chapter 1 - Warranty Warranty coverage is provided only to end customers who purchase the product from a retailer authorized by Mercury Marine to distribute the product in the country in which the product was purchased, and only after that of Mercury Marine specified pre-delivery inspection was carried out and documented. Warranty coverage is effective upon proper registration of the product by the authorized dealer. The anti-corrosion devices specified in the Operation, Maintenance, and Warranty Manual must be used on the boat and the routine maintenance work indicated in the Operation, Maintenance, and Warranty Manual must be performed on a regular basis (including, but not limited to, replacing the sacrificial anodes, using the specified lubricants and repairing scratches and nicks) to maintain warranty coverage. Mercury Marine reserves the right to make warranty coverage contingent on evidence of proper maintenance.Mercury's Responsibility Mercury's sole and exclusive obligation under this warranty is limited, in its sole discretion, to repairing a corroded part, replacing one or more such parts with new or Mercury Marine certified remanufactured parts, or refunding the purchase price of the Mercury product. Mercury reserves the right to make improvements or modifications to products from time to time without incurring an obligation to modify previously manufactured products. How To Obtain Warranty Service For warranty service, the customer must provide Mercury with a reasonable opportunity to repair and reasonable access to the product. A warranty claim can be made by taking the product to an authorized Mercury dealer for inspection. If the purchaser cannot bring the product to such a dealer, Mercury must be notified in writing. We will then arrange a warranty inspection and repairs. In this case, the buyer is responsible for all transport and / or travel costs incurred. If the service provided is not covered by this warranty, the purchaser will pay all labor, material and other costs associated with this service. The purchaser must not send the product or any part of the product directly to Mercury unless directed to do so by Mercury. Proof of Registered Ownership must be presented to the dealer when requesting repairs under warranty in order for those repairs to be covered. Excluded from the coverage Excluded from the guarantee are: corrosion of the electrical system; corrosion resulting from damage; Corrosion, which causes cosmetic damage only; Misuse or improper maintenance; Corrosion on accessories, instruments, control systems; Corrosion on factory installed jet propulsion; Damage from vegetation; Products sold with a product warranty of less than one year; Spare parts (parts purchased by the customer) and commercially used products. Commercial use is defined as any work-related use of the product or use that generates revenue, at any point during the warranty period, even if the product is only used occasionally for such purposes. Global Application Warranty Tables Consumer Application Warranty Motor Model 8.2 H.O. with EC Horizon 8.2 with EC region Factory standard guarantee according to the certification status of the boat manufacturer Not certified With Installation Quality certification Corrosion protection guarantee for end users North and South America (except Brazil) 1 year 2 years 3 years Brazil 2 years 2 years 2 years Europe, Middle East, Africa 2 Years 3 years 3 years Australia and New Zealand 2 years 2 years 3 years Japan 1 year 1 year 1 year South Pacific 2 years 2 years 2 years Asia (all other countries) 1 year 1 year 1 year North and South America (except Brazil) 3 years 4 years 3 years Brazil 2 years 2 years 2 years Europe, Middle East, Africa 2 years 3 years 3 years Australia and New Zealand 2 years 2 years 3 years Japan 1 year 1 year 1 year South Pacific 2 years 2 years 2 years Asia (all others Countries) 1 year 1 year 1 year warranty for commercial applications Motor model 8.2 HO with EC Horizon 8.2 with EC region North and South America (except Brazil) Factory standard warranty according to the certification status of the boat manufacturer Not certified With Installation Quality certification Corrosion protection warranty for commercial applications 1 year 1 year 1 year Brazil 2 years 2 years 2 years Europe, Middle East, Africa Australia and New Zealand Japan South Pacific Asia (all other countries) 1 year or 500 operating hours 1 year or 500 operating hours 1 year or 500 operating hours Page eng MARCH 2010

15 Chapter 1 - Warranty Government Use Warranty Motor Model 8.2 H.O. with EC Horizon 8.2 with EC region North and South America (except Brazil) Factory standard warranty according to the certification status of the boat manufacturer Not certified With Installation Quality certification Corrosion protection warranty for government applications 1 year 1 year 3 years Brazil 2 years 2 years 2 years Europe, Middle East, Africa Australia and New Zealand Japan South Pacific Asia (all other countries) Emissions Control Warranty Information Important Information 1 year or 500 hours of operation 1 year or 500 hours of operation 1 year or 500 hours of operation For information about the specific emissions guarantee for a specific product, refer to the emissions control sticker on the engine . Engines that are excluded from US EPA or California Emissions Control Guidelines are not covered by a separate emissions limited warranty for the components. The manufacturer's warranty for the Mercury MerCruiser product is not affected by its classification by the US EPA or California emissions regulations. For a list of typical engine components that are affected by emission control, see Emission Control System Components in the warranty section of your owner's manual. Emission Control Information Decal During manufacture, Mercury MerCruiser placed a tamper-evident Emission Control Information (ECI) decal in a visible location on the engine. Please note that the test sticker does not affect the fit, function and performance of the engine. Boat builders and dealers are not allowed to remove this sticker or the part on which it is affixed prior to sale. If modification is necessary, first contact Mercury MerCruiser for availability of replacement decals. In addition to the mandatory emissions declaration, the sticker contains information about the engine serial number, the product family, the applicable emission standard, the date of manufacture (month, year) and the cubic capacity. REFER TO THE OWNER'S MANUAL FOR MAINTENANCE SPECIFICATIONS AND ADJUSTMENTS EMISSION CONTROL INFORMATION THIS ENGINE CONFORMS TO 2009 CALIFORNIA AND U.S. EPA EMISSION REGULATIONS FOR SPARK IGNITION MARINE ENGINES SERIAL #: XXXXXXXX DOM: MMM YYYY FAMILY: XXXXXXXXXXXX HC + NOx FEL: XX.X g / kwh bcd DISP: X.XL POWER: XXX kw CO FEL: XXX g / kwh egfa 0575 a - Applicable standard b - Engine serial number c - Engine family name d - Engine family hydrocarbon plus nitrogen oxide emission limits e - Production date f - Displacement, engine power g - Engine family carbon monoxide emission limits IMPORTANT: A CE mark in the lower right corner of the Emission control information sticker is a declaration of conformity for the EU. Refer to the first page of this manual for more information. IMPORTANT: Engines that are excluded from US EPA or California Emissions Control Guidelines are not covered by a separate component emissions limited warranty. The manufacturer's warranty for the Mercury MerCruiser product is not affected by its classification by the US EPA or California emissions regulations. ECIEPACA eng MARCH 2010 page 7

16 Chapter 1 - Warranty ECI sticker REFER TO THE OWNER'S MANUAL FOR MAINTENANCE SPECIFICATIONS AND ADJUSTMENTS FAMILY: XXXXXXXXXXXX EMISSION CONTROL INFORMATION NOT FOR SALE IN CALIFORNIA THIS MARINE ENGINE COMPLIES WITH U.S. EPA EXHAUST REGULATIONS FOR 2009 SERIAL #: XXXXXXXX DOM: MMM YYYY HC + NOx FEL: XX.X g / kwh DISP: X.XL POWER CO FEL: XXX g / kwh: XXX kw 0575 ECIEPA conformity standard Identifies a boat engine that conforms to the US -American EPA emission guidelines for 2009. This boat engine is not sold in California. EMISSION CONTROL INFORMATION ECICARB THIS ENGINE CONFORMS TO 2009 CALIFORNIA EMISSION REGULATIONS FOR SPARK IGNITION MARINE ENGINES REFER TO THE OWNER'S MANUAL FOR MAINTENANCE SPECIFICATIONS AND ADJUSTMENTS SERIAL #: XXXXXXXX DOM: MMM YYYY FAMILY: XX.P. : X.XL POWER CO FEL: XXX g / kwh: XXX kw Identifies a marine engine that complies with California's 2009 CARB emissions guidelines. REFER TO THE OWNER'S MANUAL FOR MAINTENANCE SPECIFICATIONS AND ADJUSTMENTS EMISSION CONTROL INFORMATION THIS ENGINE CONFORMS TO 2009 CALIFORNIA AND U.S. EPA EMISSION REGULATIONS FOR SPARK IGNITION MARINE ENGINES SERIAL #: XXXXXXXX DOM: MMM YYYY FAMILY: XXXXXXXXXXXX HC + NOx FEL: XX.X g / kwh DISP: X.XL POWER CO FEL: XXX g / kwh: XXX kw 0575 ECIEPACA denotes a Marine engine that complies with California's CARB and US EPA emissions guidelines for 2009. EMISSION CONTROL INFORMATION NOT FOR SALE IN CALIFORNIA THIS ENGINE IS EXEMPT UNDER 40 CFR FROM EMISSION STANDARDS AND RELATED REQUIREMENTS REFER TO THE OWNER'S MANUAL FOR MAINTENANCE SPECIFICATIONS AND ADJUSTMENTS SERIAL #: XXXXXXXX DOM: MMM YYYY FAMILY: XX.XXX g / kwh DISP: X.XL POWER CO FEL: XXX g / kwh: XXX kw 0575 ECIEXEMP Identifies a boat engine that is excluded from the US EPA emissions guidelines for 2010 according to 40 CFR. This boat engine is not sold in California. EMISSION CONTROL INFORMATION THIS ENGINE CONFORMS TO 2010 CALIFORNIA EMISSION REGULATIONS FOR SPARK IGNITION MARINE ENGINES. THIS ENGINE IS EXEMPT UNDER 40 CFR FROM EMISSION STANDARDS AND RELATED REQUIREMENTS. REFER TO THE OWNERS MANUAL FOR MAINTENANCE SPECIFICATIONS AND ADJUSTMENTS. SERIAL #: XXXXXXXX DOM: MMM YYYY FAMILY: XXXXXXXXXXXX DISP: X.XL POWER: XXX kw HC + NOx FEL: XX.X g / kwh CO FEL: XXX g / kwh 0575 ECICARBX Identifies a boat engine that complies with the Californian emissions guidelines for 2010 and is excluded from the US EPA emissions guidelines under 40 CFR. EMISSION CONTROL INFORMATION THIS ENGINE DOES NOT COMPLY WITH U.S. EPA NONROAD EMISSION REQUIREMENTS. SELLING OR INSTALLING THIS ENGINE FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN TO REPLACE A NONROAD ENGINE BUILT BEFORE JANUARY 1, 2010 MAY BE A VIOLATION OF FEDERAL LAW SUBJECT TO CIVIL PENALTY. SERIAL #: XXXXXXXX DOM: MMM YYYY FAMILY: XXXXXXXXXXXX HC + NOx FEL: XX.X g / kwh DISP: X.XL POWER: XXX kw CO FEL: XXX g / kwh 0575 ECISERV Identifies a replacement engine that has one before the 1st January 2010 built boat engine can replace. Page eng MARCH 2010

17 Owner's Responsibility The operator must have routine engine maintenance carried out to keep emissions levels within prescribed certification standards. Chapter 1 - Warranty The operator must not modify the engine in any way that would alter the engine performance or exceed the emission levels prescribed by the factory. California State Emission Compliance Warranty NOTE: Mercury Marine does not specify model years for the Mercury MerCruiser line of products. Model year is equated with calendar year only for the purpose of fulfilling the warranty regulations specified by CARB. Example: 2003 model year products refer to products built during the 2003 calendar year. The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has published air emissions regulations for inboards and sterndrives. These regulations apply to all inboards and sterndrives from model year Mercury Marine warrants the emission control systems (see components of the emission control system below) in compliance with these regulations and also warrants that the inboard or sterndrive has been designed, built and equipped to to comply with all applicable California Air Resources Board regulations under its authority in Chapters 1 and 2, Part 5, Section 26 of the Health and Safety Code. For information about the warranty on inboard or sterndrive components that are not related to the emissions control system, see the warranty policy for your engine. What is Covered NOTE: Your dealer will register your engine under warranty for you. The warranty registration process is in no way related to the process of obtaining a license, vehicle registration document, or registration with state water protection agencies. You should ask your dealer to update your registration information if you have a new address or if you want to transfer the product to a new owner. (These changes can be made at any time.) Refer to the warranty registration information in your owner's manual or ask your dealer for more information. Mercury Marine warrants that the emission control system components (see the list below) on new 2003 and later inboards and sterndrives with a California inspection sticker registered to a California resident are free from defects in material or workmanship that may result in the failure of a warranted part identical in all material respects to that part as described in Mercury Marine's application for certification by the California Air Resources Board for the period and under the conditions set forth below are. The cost of diagnosing a defect is covered by the warranty if the warranty claim is approved. Damage to other engine parts caused by the failure of a part covered by the warranty is also repaired under warranty. Coverage Period NOTE: Mercury Marine does not set model years for the Mercury MerCruiser line of products. Model year is equated with calendar year only for the purpose of fulfilling the warranty regulations specified by CARB. Example: 2003 model year products refer to products built during the 2003 calendar year. This warranty covers components of the emission control system. Certain parts of the emission control system on new inboards or sterndrives are warranted for 3 years or 480 hours, whichever comes first, from the date the product is first sold or used, whichever is earlier. Normal maintenance parts of the emission control system, such as spark plugs and filters, that are on the warranty parts list are only covered by the warranty until their first required replacement interval. See Emission Control System Components and Maintenance Schedule. Repairing or replacing any part, or performing repairs under this warranty, will not extend the period of validity of this warranty beyond the original expiration date. Warranty coverage that has not expired can be transferred to a second purchaser. See Transfer of Warranty. How To Obtain Warranty Service For warranty service, the customer must provide Mercury with a reasonable opportunity to repair and reasonable access to the product. A warranty claim can be made by taking the product to an authorized Mercury dealer for inspection. If the purchaser cannot take the product to such dealer, notify Mercury Marine. Mercury will then arrange for an inspection and any warranty-covered repairs. In this case, the buyer is responsible for all transport and / or travel costs incurred. If the service performed is not covered by this warranty, the purchaser will pay all labor, material and other costs incurred for this service. The purchaser may not send the product or any part of the product directly to Mercury unless instructed to do so by Mercury eng MARCH 2010 page 9

18 Chapter 1 - Warranty Mercury Marine's sole and exclusive obligation under this warranty is limited to our expense, and at our option, to repair or replace any defective part with new or Mercury Marine certified remanufactured parts, or to refund the purchase price of the Mercury Product. Mercury reserves the right to make improvements or modifications to products from time to time without incurring an obligation to modify previously manufactured products. Excluded from coverage This warranty does not cover routine maintenance, adjustments, readjustments, normal wear and tear, or damage caused by: misuse, improper use, use of a propeller or gear ratio that does not allow the engine to operate within its recommended full load range (See Technical Specifications "), operating the product in a manner inconsistent with recommended operating practices, neglect, accident, immersion, incorrect installation (correct installation dates and procedures are specified in the product installation instructions), incorrect maintenance, jet pump impeller and bushings, operation with fuels, oils or lubricants that are not suitable for use with the product (see Technical data "), modification or removal of parts. Crane, launch, towing, storage, telephone, rental, inconvenience, mooring, insurance premiums, loan payments, loss of time, loss of income, or other incidental or consequential damages are not covered by this warranty. This warranty also does not cover costs incurred as a result of the removal and / or replacement of boat partitions or material due to the boat's design in order to gain access to the product. Non-warranted maintenance, replacement, or repair of emission control devices and systems can be performed by any marine engine repair shop or person.Using non-Mercury parts for out-of-warranty service or repairs does not constitute grounds for refusing to perform other under-warranty work. Use of an ancillary system (as defined in Section 1900 (b) (1) and (b) (10) of Title 13 of the California Regulations and Regulations) or modified parts not exempted by the California Air Resources Board may, at Mercury Marine's discretion, cause a warranty claim to be rejected. Failures of parts covered by the guarantee that are the result of the use of a non-exempted add-on system or a modified part are not covered by the guarantee. Exclusions and Limitations EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED. IF THESE CANNOT BE EXCLUDED, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES ARE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY. INCIDENTAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARE NOT COVERED UNDER THIS WARRANTY. SOME STATES / COUNTRIES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS SET OUT ABOVE. THEREFORE, THESE ARE NOT NECESSARY TO APPLY TO YOU. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO GIVE YOU OTHER RIGHTS THAT MAY VARY FROM STATE TO STATE AND COUNTRY TO COUNTRY. For questions about rights and responsibilities under this warranty, see the Customer Service section for contact information. California Emission Control System Warranty Your Rights and Responsibilities under this warranty NOTE: Mercury Marine does not specify model years for the Mercury MerCruiser line of products. Only For the purposes of meeting CARB's warranty requirements, model year equates to calendar year. For example, 2003 model year products refer to products manufactured during 2003 calendar year. The California Air Resources Board explains the warranty of the emissions control system on your inboard or sterndrive Model Year and Later In California, new inboards and sterndrives must be designed, built, and equipped to meet strict smog control regulations in that state, and Mercury Marine must have your inboard or sterndrive emission control system for Guarantee the length of time specified below provided that there is no abuse, neglect, or incorrect maintenance of your inboard or sterndrive. Your emissions control system may include parts such as the carburetor or fuel injection system, ignition, and catalytic converter. Hoses, belts, connectors / connections and other emission-related parts may also be included. In the event of a warranty defect, Mercury Marine will repair your inboard or sterndrive for you at no charge. This also includes diagnostics, spare parts and labor costs. Page eng MARCH 2010

19 Manufacturer's warranty coverage Chapter 1 - Warranty The warranty period for certain parts of the emission control system in inboards and sterndrives from model year 2009 is 3 years or 480 operating hours. However, the warranty coverage on an operating hour basis only applies to engines that are equipped with corresponding operating hours counters in accordance with s 2441 (a) (13) or similar instruments. If any part of the emissions control system under warranty fails, Mercury Marine will repair or replace it. Warranty Owner Obligations As the owner of the inboard or sterndrive, you are responsible for performing the required maintenance work that is detailed in your owner's manual. Mercury Marine recommends that you keep all receipts related to servicing your inboard or sterndrive. However, Mercury Marine cannot refuse warranty coverage solely because of a lack of receipts or your failure to ensure all maintenance is performed. However, as the owner of the inboard or sterndrive, you should be aware that Mercury Marine may refuse warranty coverage if your inboard or sterndrive or part has failed due to abuse, neglect, improper maintenance of service procedures, or improper modifications. It is your responsibility to take the inboard or sterndrive to a Mercury Marine dealer authorized to repair the product as soon as possible after a problem occurs. The repairs covered by the guarantee will be carried out within a reasonable period of time, which must not exceed 30 days. For questions about rights and responsibilities under this warranty, please see the Customer Service section for contact information. US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Compliance Warranty: Compliant with 40 CFR Part 1045 Section B, Mercury Marine warrants the original purchaser for a term of three years or 480 engine hours, whichever comes first, that the engine has been designed, built and equipped to meet the requirements of Section 213 of the Clean Air Act at the time of sale Regulations and that the motor does not have any defects in material or workmanship that would prevent the motor from complying with these applicable regulations. Components of the emission control system The emission-related guarantee covers all components, the failure of which would increase the engine emissions of a controlled component, including the components in the following list: 1. Fuel mixture control system a. Carburetor and internal parts (or pressure regulator or fuel injection system) b. Air / fuel ratio feedback and control system c. Cold start enrichment system d. Inlet valves 2. Air intake system a. Regulated hot air suction system b. Intake manifold c. Air filter d. Turbocharger Systems e. Intake Air Preheater Valve and Assembly 3. Ignition System a. Spark plugs b. Magnetic Induced or Electronic Ignition c. Ignition control system d. Ignition coil or control module e. Ignition cable 4. Lubrication system a. Oil pump and internal parts b. Oil metering valves c. Oil meter 5. Crankcase ventilation system a. PCV valve b. Oil filler cap 6. Exhaust system a. Exhaust collector b. Exhaust manifold eng MARCH 2010 page 11

20 Chapter 1 - Warranty c. Intermediate elbow d. Lower exhaust pipe e. Tail pipe 7. Catalysts or thermoreactor system a. Catalyst b. Thermoreactor c. Exhaust collector d. Exhaust Valves 8. Other parts used in the systems listed above a. Hoses, clamps, connectors, pipes, sealing rings or sealing devices as well as fastening parts b. Pulleys, belts and tensioners c. Vacuum, temperature, non-return and time sensitive valves and switches d. Electronic Controls NOTE: The EPA Emissions-Related Warranty does not cover components whose failure would not increase engine emissions of regulated emissions. Emissions sticker Your boat has one of the following star stickers on its hull. The Cleaner Marine Engine Symbol means: 1. Cleaner air and water for healthier lives and a better environment. 2. More fuel-efficient, it uses up to percent less gasoline and oil than conventional two-stroke carburettor engines, which saves money and resources. 3. Longer guarantee on emission control systems protects the consumer and guarantees him carefree use. Starting January 1, 2003, every factory-tested Mercury MerCruiser engine will receive a three- or four-star badge. All Mercury MerCruiser engines (up to 500 hp) have an extremely low emissions rating (three stars) or extremely low emissions rating (four stars). The star badge indicates these engines meet California Air Resources Board emissions standards for sterndrives and inboards from 2007. The emission levels of engines that meet this standard are 65 to 90% lower than those of engines with one star Low Emission. The star badge is attached to the left side of the fuselage (see illustration). a XX 1234 XX b a - Recommended location b - Second alternative to affixing the sticker page eng MARCH 2010

21 Chapter 1 - Warranty One Star Low Emission mc The one star badge identifies small boats, outboards, sterndrives, and inboards that meet the Air Resources Board's 2001 emissions standards for small boats and outboards. The emission values ​​of engines that meet this standard are 75% lower than the values ​​of conventional two-stroke carburettor engines. These engines meet the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) marine engine standards for the Two Star Very Low Emission year.The two star badge identifies small boats, outboards, sterndrives, and inboards that meet the Air Resources Board's emissions standards for small boats and outboards for the Meet year 2004. The emissions of engines that meet this standard are 20% lower than those of engines with one star (Low Emission) Three Stars Extremely Low Emission The three-star badge identifies engines that meet the Air Resources Board's emission standards for small boats and outboards for 2008 or the sterndrive and inboard emission standards for 2003. The emission levels of engines that meet these standards are 65% lower than those of engines with one star (low emission) Four stars Extremely low emission The sticker with four stars identifies engines that meet the emission standards of the Air Resources Board for sterndrives and Meet inboards for 2009. Small boats and outboards may also meet these standards. The emission values ​​of engines that meet this standard are 90% lower than those of engines with a star (low emissions). Hanging Sign The dealer must mark the relevant field on a hanging sign according to the star marking on the boat. In the state of California, it is also the responsibility of the dealer to place the hanging tag in a prominent location on the boat. If the hanging sign is not placed in a clearly visible place, the dealer can be warned or fined by the California Air Resources Board (CARB). Eng MARCH 2010 page 13

22 Chapter 1 - Warranty In California, before the boat can be displayed, the dealer must place the hanging tag in a prominent location on the boat. Front of the hanging tag. Back of the hanging sign. Page eng MARCH 2010

23 Chapter 2 - What You Should Know About Your Power Package Chapter 2 - What You Should Know About Your Power System Table of Contents Identification Data Badge ... 16 Engine Serial Number Plate ... 16 Lanyard Stop Switch Instruments System View ... 18 Digital Displays ... 18 Analog Displays ... 19 Remote Controls Features of the Instrument Panel ... 19 Features of the Single Motor Console ... 20 Functions of the Slim Binnacle Single Motor Console ... 21 Features and Operation of the Console-Mounted Double Lever Remote Control with CAN Trackpad Console-Mounted Double Lever Remote Control with CAN Trackpad Features and Operation. ..21 Synchronization of the engines ... 23 Helm transfer ... 23 Synchronization of the helm before a helm transfer Overload protection of the electrics Acoustic warning system Caution Fatal OBDM (On Board Diagnostics Marine) error ... 28 OBDM fault light Test of the acoustic warning system Engine Guardian Strategy ( Engine protection system) Transmiss ion Guardian strategy (transmission monitoring) eng MARCH 2010 page 15

24 Chapter 2 - What You Should Know About Your Power Package Identification Serial numbers tell the manufacturer about a variety of technical details about your MerCruiser power package. When contacting MerCruiser with service matters, be sure to provide model and serial numbers. Data sticker The data sticker is affixed to the top of the starboard side of the heat exchanger. a b c d e REFER TO THE OWNER'S MANUAL FOR MAINTENANCE SPECIFICATIONS AND ADJUSTMENTS FAMILY: XXXXXXX.XXXX EMISSION CONTROL INFORMATION NOT FOR SALE IN CALIFORNIA THIS MARINE ENGINE COMPLIES WITH U.S. EPA EXHAUST REGULATIONS FOR 2009 SERIAL #: XXXXXXXX FEL: XX.X g / kwh DOM: MMM YYYY DISP: X.XL 0575 ECIEPA a - Service point badge b - Emission control data badge c - Badge with technical data d - Serial number plate e - Belt routing Engine serial number plate The serial number plate is affixed to the data plate. REFER TO THE OWNER'S MANUAL FOR MAINTENANCE SPECIFICATIONS AND ADJUSTMENTS FAMILY: XXXXXXX.XXXX EMISSION CONTROL INFORMATION NOT FOR SALE IN CALIFORNIA THIS MARINE ENGINE COMPLIES WITH U.S. EPA EXHAUST REGULATIONS FOR 2009 SERIAL #: XXXXXXXX FEL: XX.X g / kwh DOM: MMM YYYY DISP: X.XL 0575 ECIEPA engine serial number plate on the heat exchanger The engine serial number is also stamped on the engine block. a b c a - Flywheel housing cover b - Embossed engine serial number c - Engine block page eng MARCH 2010

25 Lanyard Stop Switch Chapter 2 - What You Should Know About Your Power System The lanyard stop switch turns off the engine if the operator moves away from his position (e.g. if he falls). cb RUN aa - Stop switch b - Lanyard c - Attached to the boat operator Falls (even overboard) happen most frequently in: Sports boats with low freeboard Bass boats High-performance boats Falls can also be caused by the following misconduct: Bad driving behavior Sitting on the back of the seat or checking out Gliding Standing while gliding Gliding in shallow or obstructed water Letting go of a steering wheel pulling on one side Consuming alcohol or drugs Boating maneuvers at high speed The pull cord is between 122 and 152 cm (4 and 5 ft) long when extended and has an element at one end, which is plugged onto the switch, and at the other end via a snap lock that is attached to the operator. The rip cord is rolled up so that it is as short as possible when it is idle and does not easily get caught in surrounding objects. The extended overall length prevents the switch from being accidentally triggered if the boat operator moves a little away from his position. If a shorter rip cord is desired, it can be wrapped around the operator's wrist or leg or tied with a knot. When the emergency stop switch is activated, the engine is switched off immediately. However, depending on the speed and degree of turn, the boat will slide a little further. However, it will no longer do a full circle. While the boat is gliding, it can inflict just as serious injuries on people in its path as if it were still powered. We strongly recommend that other boat occupants be made familiar with the correct starting and operating procedures so that they can operate the boat in the event of an emergency (for example, if the operator is accidentally thrown out of the boat).! CAUTION If the operator falls out of the boat, stop the engine immediately to reduce the risk of serious injury or death from the boat. The boat operator must always be connected to the emergency stop switch via the rip cord. The switch can also be triggered unintentionally during normal driving. This can create the following dangerous situations: Occupants may be thrown forward due to the unexpected loss of forward momentum. This risk is particularly high for people in the front of the boat who are thrown out of the boat over the bow and hit by drive or control components. Loss of propulsion and controllability in heavy seas, strong currents or strong winds. Loss of control when docking.! CAUTION Avoid serious injury or death from the retarding force created by accidental or unexpected triggering of the emergency stop switch. Under no circumstances should the boat operator leave his operating position without first releasing the rip cord eng MARCH 2010 page 17

26 Chapter 2 - What You Should Know About Your Power Package Instruments System View Your power package can be connected to the Mercury SC5000 SmartCraft System View, which monitors and reports data ranging from basic operational data to engine alarm data. The SC5000 System View immediately displays critical operational information to the operator on a clear LCD screen. The View System monitors and collects information from basic operating data to detailed boat environment information on a continuous basis. System View shows water temperature and depth, trim status, boat speed, steering angle, maintenance reminders and diagnostic functions. You can integrate System View with a GPS to show your current location, heading, speed, and target-based fuel information. When the system detects a problem with the engine or the system, System View displays alarm messages to alert the driver of the potential problem. If the problem can result in immediate engine damage, then the engine protection system will limit engine performance. If you are using System View to monitor engine operation, refer to the System View Operator's Guide for further explanation of alarms and procedural instructions. For information about the engine protection system, see the Engine Guardian Strategy in this manual. Digital Gauges A Mercury SmartCraft instrument pack is available for this engine.The instrument pack displays the following functions, among others: engine speed, coolant temperature, oil pressure (requires a SmartCraft oil pressure sender kit), battery voltage, fuel consumption and engine hours. SmartCraft digital displays also have troll controls. Troll controls allow the boat to maintain a constant speed at a speed between 500 and 1200 RPM. a b SmartCraft Gauges a - Tachometer b - Speedometer c - System View LCD Display c The SmartCraft instrument package also helps with engine protection system diagnostics. The SmartCraft instrument package displays critical engine alarm data and potential problems. The monitored functions and general operation of the SmartCraft instrument package can be found in the accompanying manual. Page eng MARCH 2010

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