Spark Plug Replacement-60 H.P. Bigfoot

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Spark Plug Replacement-60 H.P. Bigfoot

Spark Plug Replacement-60 H.P. Bigfoot

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Gary is giving good advice here. That engine is an EFI model, with a fairly sophisticated fuel delivery system. If you are at all in doubt about what you are doing, take it to a Certified Mercury Dealership and do what Gary told you to do.
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Joined: 01/18/2005 - 12:12pm
Sorry for taking so long for the reply. Id suggest you do what I do. If I want to know how to work on the easier aspects of engine maintenance, I ask my good local merc mechanic if I can watch him do it the first time. That way I know that Im not screwing anything up. It costs more the first time, but pays for itself in the long run when you know how to do it right. Good luck and good fishing. Best Fishes Gary Parsons
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I have a 2004 60 hp Mercury Bigfoot 4 stroke engine. I would like to change the plugs but I can not figure out how. There is a plate with 4 "modules"? on it and the modules cover up the hole where the plugs are. Do I need to remove the modules, remove the whole plate that the modules are attached to or what. Any help greatly appreciated.
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