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Author Topic: Winterizing 2006 Mercury Optimax 115 EFI  (Read 129 times)

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Winterizing 2006 Mercury Optimax 115 EFI
« on: October 29, 2019, 08:31:25 AM »

Hey all! I typically take my boat to get the motor winterized but figured I would give it a shot myself this year. I have read some information on other forums and watched some videos. Does anyone else have the same motor that can tell me how and what you do for winterizing?

I just want to be sure that I do thing correctly so not to have issues come spring.

Thanks for the help in advance!
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Re: Winterizing 2006 Mercury Optimax 115 EFI
« Reply #1 on: October 30, 2019, 10:53:14 AM »

Change the lower unit fluid, pull the prop and check for line and lube the prop shaft, marine stabil in the gas tank with a full tank, fill the oil reservoir, fog the cylinders and that should cover it, a 2 stroke is a 2 stroke. I have an 09 50, the only thing I do different is drain the carbs, I don't have fuel injection.
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