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Lower unit removal on 79 mercury 40 hp

I don't have a problem yet, but want to avoid one. i have to remove it to replace water pump impeller. just need to know the right way, also do you have to disconnect the shift rod in any special way.

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You need to remove the pin on the lower part of shift rod, keep all in same location when changing,pretty easy

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