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mercury 65 hp wiring diagram

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  • mercury 65 hp wiring diagram
    Im new to boat engines but have some mechanical know how but poor elecrical know how can any one post a wiring scheme for it i can locate and send a serial no tommorow its about 20 yrs or more old i think not sure if i put right wires back in place. Also whether i put the shift cables right way round thus not sure if it will even start as no ignition now but was before after carb clean ? IM a novice and could do with some help...

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    Re: mercury 65 hp wiring diagram

    Hello and welcome. Here's a link to some wiring diagrams.

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    1980 Sylvan Aluminum 18' Sportster IO - Mercruiser 140, Honda 7.5 Kicker
    1974 Glastron V-179, Mercruiser 140
    1984 16.5ft. Alumarine Sealark side console with 82 Merc 50
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      I have a 1966 wells craft with a 66 65hp mercury outboard and it's runs but it blows my coil pack why is that help


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