OUTBOARD ENGINES: MAINTENANCE, TROUBLESHOOTING AND REPAIR
|Publisher||Adlard Coles Nautical|
|D O W N L O A D|
The publication sets the standards for a very easy-to-follow and clearly written primer describing the basics of the engine troubleshooting, care and repair, as stated in the title. It features the full coverage of the four-stroke diesel engines, provides necessary information on both conventional electronic and direct fuel injection systems, etc.
It will be ideal for boat owners and operators since the author, Ed Sherman, who is also the author of this volume, covered every major engine brand presented at the market, with the power from 2 to 300 hp. We would treat this book as the complete guide on how to maintain your own outboard. The intention of the author was to fill the existing gap between the owner's manuals supplied with the engines, and full workshop manuals. Thus, we would recommend this book to everyone owning and involved in the maintenance or repair an overboard engine.
It is a perfect companion to any factory manual but, of course, it is not intended to replace such manual. The idea is rather to provide people with some general instruction while the factory manual would provide them with the engine-specific info. Even the newcomers will get some working knowledge of the outboard engines once they have spent some time with this book.
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