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oil filter or sparkplug part number on Mercruiser 3.0

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  • oil filter or sparkplug part number on Mercruiser 3.0

    Hey guys, I have a Mercruiser 3.0 in my 2005 Bayliner boat and I can not find an oil filter or sparkplug part number any where.
    I have been searching all day on here, and could not find it in the manual just the oil weight and amount.
    Also what sparkplug gap do yall use.

    Thanks
    Steven
    Steven

    http://forums.iboats.com/showthread.php?t=312771


  • #2
    Re: oil filter or sparkplug part number on Mercruiser 3.0

    Here it is:

    AC-MR43LTS
    Champion RS12YC
    NGK-BPR6EFS

    Gap= .035 in (0.9 mm)


    MerCruiser #'s 14957, 35-802885T & 35-866340Q03

    Wix # 51061

    Purolator # L34631

    Mallory # 9-57801

    Fram # PH30

    Sierra #18-7824

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    • #3
      Re: oil filter or sparkplug part number on Mercruiser 3.0

      Thanks Rock, looks like ill be doing a tune up in the morning
      Steven

      http://forums.iboats.com/showthread.php?t=312771

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      • #4
        Re: oil filter or sparkplug part number on Mercruiser 3.0

        Thanks .....I needed this also

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        • #5
          Re: oil filter or sparkplug part number on Mercruiser 3.0

          Stick with the A/C plug's and stay away from the Fram filter especially the one with the sure grip on the bottom it caaused a reduction in oil pressure on my 3.0 LX of 10 psi.
          1996 Searay 175 Five Series
          3.0LX ser #F553706
          Alpha1Gen2 ser #OF530668
          1998 Chevy1/2 tonW/T
          "faster dad faster" my baby girl in the tube

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