JOHNSON EVINRUDE 1956 TO 1970 1.5 TO 40HP SERVICE MANUAL PDF

JOHNSON EVINRUDE 1956 TO 1970 1.5 TO 40HP SERVICE MANUAL PDF

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Description:
JOHNSON/EVINRUDE outboard service manuals in adobe pdf format

a repair manual for Johnson Evinrude 1956 to 1970

1-2 Cyl all 1.5hp to 40 Hp, 1+2-cylinder, 2-stroke

johnson/evinrude outboard service manuals in adobe pdf format
Johnson evinrude 1956 to 1970 1-2 cyl all 1.5hp to 40 hp, 1+2-cylinder, 2-stroke
420 plus pages in pdf form


contents listed below:

1 safety
introduction cleaning, waxing,

and polishing controlling corrosion propellers fuel system loading horsepower flotation emergency equipment compass steering anchors miscellaneous equip ment boating accident reports navigation

2 tuning

introduction tune-up sequence compression check spark plug inspection ignition system synchronizing battery service carburetor adjustments fuel pumps starter and solenoid internal wiring harness water pump check propeller lower unit boat testing

3 powerhead

introduction

theory of operation chapter organization powerhead disassembling head service reed service

description reed valve adjustment cleaning and service

top seal 3-12 removal 3-12 bottom seal 3-13
inspection 3-14centering pins 3-15

main bearing bolts and crankcase side bolts 3-15

crankcase cover 3-16 removal 3-16 cleaning and inspecting 3-16

connecting rods and pistons 3-16 removal 3-17 disassembly 3-18 rod inspection

and service 3-21 piston and ring inspection and service 3-22 assembling 3-24

crankshaft 3-27 removal 3-27 cleaning and inspection 3-27 assembling 3-28

cylinder block service 3-28 honing procedures 3-29 assembling 3-30 piston and rod assembly

installation 3-30

crankshaft installation large horsepower engines15 hp to 4-0hp 3-33

crankshaft installation small horsepower engines

1.5 hp, 5.0 hp, 5.5 hp,
6.0 hp, 9.5 hp 3-35
crankshaft installation small horsepower engines

3.0 hp, 4-.0hp, 7.5 hp 3-37 crankcase cover installation 3-38 main bearing bolt and crankcase

side bolt installation 3-39 bottom seal installation 15 hp to 4-0hp engines 3-39 exhaust cover and bypass

cover installation 3-4-0 reed box installation 3-4-0 head installation 3-4-1

break-in procedures 3-4-1

cleaning 3-11 exploded drawings 3-4-2 -3-50

4. fuel

introduction 4--1 general carburetion information 4--1 fuel system 4--4troubleshooting 4--4fuel pump tests 4--6 fuel line test 4--7 testing with pressure tank 4--8 rough engine idle 4--10 excessive fuel consumption 4--11 carburetors 4--12 type i carburetor 4--13 removal and disassembling 4--13 cleaning and inspecting 4--15 assembling 4--16 choke system service 4--23 heat/electric choke 4--23 all electric choke 4--25 water choke 4--26 type ii carburetor 4--28 disassembling 4--28 cleaning and inspecting 4--31 assembling 4--33 assembling chokes to type ii carburetors 4--38 adjustments 4--42 type iii carburetors 4--43 removal 4--4-3 cleaning and inspecting 4--45 assembling 4--47 adjustments 4--50 fuel pump service 4--51 troubleshooting 4--52 removal and repair 4--52 cleaning and inspecting 4-54assembling and installation 4--54fuel tank and line service 4--57 disassembling 4--58 cleaning and inspecting 4--61 assembling 4--61 late model fuel tank service 4--67

5 ignition

introduction 5-1 spark plug evaluation 5-2 polarity check 5-3 wiring harness 5-4flywheel magneto ignition 5-5 troubleshooting 5-6 servicing flywheel magneto ignition system 5-13 removal 5-13 cleaning and inspecting 5-19 assembling 5-20

synchroniza tion fuel and ignition systems 5-26 primary pickup adjustments and locations 5-26

6 electrical

introduction 6-1 batteries 6-1 mar ine batteries 6-1 battery construction 6-2 battery location 6-2 battery service 6-2 jumper cables 6-5 dual battery installation 6-5 gauges and horns 6-7 constant-voltage system 6-7 service procedures 6-7 temperature gauges 6-7 warning lights thermomelt sticks 6-8 fuel system 6-8 fuel gauge 6-8 fuel gauge hookup 6-8 troubleshooting 6-9 tachometer 6-10 horns 6-10 electrical system general informa tion 6-11 charging circuit service 6-12 troubleshooting 6-12 generator service 6-16 armature testing 6-17 cleaning and inspecting 6-18 assembling 6-20 choke circuit service 6-22 starter motor circuit service 6-22 circuit description 6-22 starter motor description 6-22 troubleshooting 6-24 testing 6-25 starter drive gear service 6-26 starter removal 6-26 drive gear disassembling 6-27 cleaning and inspecting 6-27 assembling type i drive 6-28 disassembling type ii 6-28 cleaning and inspecting 6-28 assembling type ii drive 6-28 delco-remy service 6-29 removal 6-29

disassembling 6-29 armature testing 6-30 cleaning and inspecting 6-31 assembling 6-32

introduction 7-1 shift boxes 7-1 description 7-1 old-style double lever 7-3 troubleshooting 7-3 disassembling 7-4 cleaning and inspection 7-5 assembling 7-5

new-style shift lever 7-6 troubleshooting 7-6 removal 7-8 disassembling 7-8 cleaning and inspecting 7-9 assembling 7-10

electric gear boxes and single lever control 7-12 troubleshooting 7-12 disassembling 7-14 cleaning and inspecting 7-15 assembling 7-16

push button shift box service evinrude units only 7-18 troubleshooting 7-19 disassembling 7-21 cleaning and inspecting 7-22 assembling 7-22

cable end fitting installation at the engine end 7-24 8 lower unit

draining lower unit 8-8 lower unit service

1.5 hp to 4.0 hp --no shift 8-8 lower unit removal 8-9 water pump removal 8-9 disassembling 8-10 cleaning and inspecting 8-11 assembling 8-13 water pump installation 8-14 lower unit installation 8-15 filling the lower unit 8-16 propeller installation 8-16

lower unit service manual shift --5 hp to 25 hp 8-17 removal 8-19 water pump removal 8-19 disassembling 8-20 cleaning and inspecting 8-22 assembling 8-28 water pump installation 8-31 lower unit installation 8-33

lower unit service manual shift --28 hp to 40 hp 8-36 removal 8-37 water pump removal 8-38 disassem bling 8-38 cleaning and inspecting 8-41 assembling 8-46 lower unit installation 8-50

electroma tic lower unit 8-53 description 8-53 troubleshooting 8-53 removal 8-56 disassembling 8-57 cleaning and inspecting 8-65 assembling 8-66 water pump installation 8-72 lower unit installation 8-74

9 hand starters
introduction operation

type i star ter cylinder with pinion gear 5 hp and 6 hp engines 9-3 starter rope replacement 9-4

removal

installation 9-4 starter removal 9-5 disassembling 9-7 cleaning and inspecting 9-7 assembling

9 hand starters (cont)

-type i starter cylinder with pinion gear all 9.5 hp engines 9-11 starter rope replacement 9-11

removal 9-11

installation 9-12 starter removal 9-12 cleaning and inspecting 9-14 assembling 9-14 installation 9-15

type ii starter coil spring with swing arm drive gear 3hp1968 4 hp 1969-70 9-17 removal 9-17 disassembling 9-17 cleaning and inspecting 9-20 assembling 9-20

type iii starter mounted atop flywheel model with return springs 28 hp 1962-63 30 hp1956 35 hp 1957-59 40 hp 1960-63 9-23 removal 9-24 cleaning and inspecting 9-26 assembling 9-27 rope installation 9-29 starter installation 9-30

type iii starter mounted atop flywheel model with no return springs 28hp1964 33 hp 1965-70 40 hp 1964-70 9-31 removal 9-32 cleaning and inspecting 9-34 assembling 9-34 rope installation 9-37 starter installation 9-39

type iii starter mounted atop flywheel model with one nylon pawl 3 hp 1956-68

5.5 hp 1956-64
7.5 hp 1956-58 10 hp 1956-63 15 hp 1956 18 hp 1956-70 20 hp 1966-70 25 hp 1969-70 9-39

powerhead specs a-4 & a-5 tune-up specs a-6 to ai0 gear oil capacities a-ll starter motor specs a-12 regula tor specs a-12 generator specs a-12 condenser specs a-13 star ter rope specs a-14

wire indentification diagrams