The spark plug gap for a 2003 Mercury 125hp outboard motor is .040"
What is the spark plug gap for a 9.9hp mercury outboard motor
spark plug gap for a 1996 mercury 30 hp outboard motor?
NGK BPR6HS-10 spark plug. Gap is .040
The 2002 model, 60 hp Mercury outboard requires an NGK BP8H-N-10 spark plug, the gap set to .040in.
For a 2005, Mercury 3.3 hp outboard, a NGK BPR6HS.
A Mercury outboard will run well with a plug gap of .035 - .040 in.
What is the correct spark plug gap setting for a Mercury outboard 2003 200 HP EFI
The recommended spark plug for a 1992 model, 200hp Mercury 2 stroke carbureted outboard, is an NGK BU8H. This is a perma-gap type plug, so no gap setting is required.
Any motor should get spark with or without gas in it. The ignition system works off electronics and does not require fuel for it to work. Yes you should get spark.
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The correct spark plug for the 1991 model, 200 hp Mercury outboard, is a NGK brand, BU8H.
The correct spark plug gap for the 1982 model, 9.8 hp Mercury outboard is .040 in.
The plug gap for a 9.9hp Mercury outboard, ( all models ), is .035 - .040in.
The recommended spark plug for the 1977 model, 7.5 hp Mercury outboard is a Champion L78V, or NGK BUHW-2. Both brands are Perma Gap type plugs, with the Champion being the manufacturer supplied plug back in 1977.
The recommended gap is .025"