Question about Mercury Boating
Sounds like one of the seals is bad. What I would do is to first remove your lower unit oil screw and see what color the fluid is, if it is milky then it is a seal/s are bad and you will need to rebuild your bottom end. If the fluid is normal in color, your going to want to get a compression tester and start testing all the cylinders to see if you have an issue internally in your motor. Not trying to scare you but those would be the only reasons.
Posted on Apr 24, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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