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Mercruiser 165 4 cyl

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  • Mercruiser 165 4 cyl

    Hey all,
    I just bought a 1987 Baretta SS with a Mercruiser 165 4 cyl, and guess what? No manuals! So my question for today is how much oil and what type of oil should I change with? If someone could give me some help that would be great! I've been combing the web and haven't turned anything up yet...

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    Re: Mercruiser 165 4 cyl

    and guess what? No manuals!
    Ayuh,... Welcome Aboard,...

    Go up to the Adults Only section,+ download the factory manual for your motor,+ drive...
    Also,...
    Seach this forum for "470",... You'll find All kinds of Info you really don't want to hear...

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      Re: Mercruiser 165 4 cyl

      Thanks for that! That will be helpful.. however not anytime soon with my slow internet! If anyone has a 165 can they let me know? Thanks a bunch.

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        Re: Mercruiser 165 4 cyl

        maybe this'll help...
        http://www.mercurymarine.com/service...eloil.php#1124
        'Lime Time'
        1975 AristoCraft Nineteen
        Mercruiser 165hp (chevy 250 L6), MC-1 drive

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