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Even the Cowl on your Outboard Motor deserves some attention. Follow the simple steps to keep your Mercury Outboard Motor looking fresh and new!

Mercury Marine – Outboard Motor Cowl Care

Just follow these simple steps:

Step 1

Wipe down the cowl with a damp cloth to remove water spots and dirt.

Step 2

Using a clean, dry cloth, continue to wipe the cowl removing any dampness.

Step 3

Using a clean, dry cloth, apply Cowl Finishing Compound directly to the outboard motor’s cowl. Paying particular attention to any scratches, rub the compound in a circular motion evenly across the surface. To avoid the compound drying too quickly, do not apply in direct sunlight.

Keep your outboard motor’s cowl looking new with these simple steps:

Step 4

Similar to car wax, let the compound set up and dry.

Step 5

When the compound is dry, use a clean, dry cloth to buff the compound off the cowl.

Following these simple steps, your outboard motor cowl will look just like it did the day you brought it home from the dealership! Watch the video below for the tutorial.

Similar to car wax, let the compound set up and dry.

Following these simple steps, your outboard motor cowl will look just like it did the day you brought it home from the dealership! Watch the video below for the tutorial.

As described in Mercury’s Dockline Blog – https://www.mercurymarine.com/en/us/dockline/how-to-easy-cowl-care-for-outboards/?page=3&article_type%5B%5D=how-to it’s pretty simple to keep your cowl looking clean and new.

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Regular Maintenance including steering linkage lubrication on your outboard motor could determine it’s life.

Mercury Marine – Outboard Motor Steering Linkage Lubrication Procedure

Terrific Video on Mercury’s Blog Site – https://www.mercurymarine.com/en/us/dockline/quickbite-tips-lubricating-steering-linkages/?page=2&article_type%5B%5D=how-to – showing the process involved in keeping your outboard motor steering linkages lubricated.