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Mercury Outboard – Shift Actuator Replacement
V6 175-225hp, V8 200-300hp, V8 250R, 300R/300R HD

Date posted

The Hazard

Water can leak into the shift actuator, which may lead to internal corrosion and wire damage.

Wire damage could eventually cause the engine to go into Guardian-forced Idle, loss of shift control (engine remains in its last gear position) or the engine may not restart.

If engine power or control is lost, it is possible that the boat could become stranded.

What to do

Stop using the engine and contact your authorised Mercury Marine dealer mentioning Mercury Outboard Service Bulletin 2019-01

Contact Mercury Marine Customer Service for more information.

Product Identifiers

Sold at Mercury Marine dealers from May 2018 to 6th March 2019

Mercury V6 FourStroke (175-225 HP) outboard engines
Mercury V8 FourStroke (200-300 HP) outboard engines
Affected serial numbers: 2B588807 and below

Mercury V8 model (250R, 300R, 300R HD) Racing outboard engines
Affected serial numbers: 1E080585 and below

Supplier Contact

Mercury Marine Customer Service
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Product Recalls is a collaboration between four Government Agencies bringing together consumer product safety recall information into one place to improve public access to essential safety information so you can help protect yourself, your family and your friends. Food recalls are available on the MPI website - www.mpi.govt.nz