When you’re out on the water, the last thing you need is the outboard motor to cut out. You’re left stranded in the middle of the lake with nothing but a few fishing poles and an oar. Proper maintenance and easy troubleshooting can keep you chugging along the water. Outboard Engines 2nd Edition: Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Repair is the perfect addition to your mechanical library.
There are many different types of outboard motors from the simple 2 horsepower for gentle movement along the river to 300 horsepower monsters that have you shooting through the water like a bullet. While they vary in complexity, the primary functions are the same and this book covers everything from proper maintenance to keep it running at peak performance to troubleshooting when something goes wrong.
It doesn’t matter if you’re dealing with a two stroke motor or a high tech fuel injected and computer controlled four stroke motor, Outboard Engines 2nd Edition covers it with great visuals and detailed instructions that will have you up and running in no time.
There’s no sense paying for someone else to maintain your motor when you can do everything yourself by perusing the pages of this reference manual. If there is something that is too difficult, then you’ll be able to spot it right away and not waste valuable time. Ed Sherman is no stranger to boating and is author of five books and has written for numerous nautical magazines.
This is the authority for maintaining and troubleshooting outboard motors and needs to be a part of your collection.
Subject: Outboard Engine Repair and Service How-to Book.
ISBN-10: 0071544623 | ISBN-13: 9780071544627 | McGraw Hill 44627