|Troubleshooting Marine Diesels
by Peter Compton
This hands-on guide to diesel engines renders its subject more user-friendly than ever before. Every step of every procedure is illustrated, so that users can work from the illustrations alone. The troubleshooting charts in the second chapter are followed by system-specific chapters, allowing readers to quickly diagnose problems.
Maintenance, Troubleshooting, and Repair
by Nigel Calder
"This is one of the best-illustrated engine books ever, Calder explains basic concepts in a thoroughly enjoyable way." - Ocean Navigator
|Complete Guide To Diesel Marine Engines
by John Fleming
This book is not limited to the routine maintenance tasks or simple repairs that many engine books detail. These pages take the reader deep inside the engine by discussing the design, function and results of the entire "engine system". The book's design allows the reader to start with the basics and progress through each skill level until a thorough understanding of diesel engines is achieved.
|The Care & Repair of Small Marine Diesels
by Chris Thompson
An invaluable handbook of basic care and advanced servicing of marine diesel engines up to 150 hp. Any owner reading this will gain a better understanding of his engine, and will improve his ability to cope with any problems that may arise.
|Complete Guide To Gasoline Marine Engines
by John Fleming, John P. O'Connor
These pages take the reader deep inside the engine by discussing the design, function and results of the entire "engine system". The book's design allows the reader to start with the basics and progress through each skill level until a thorough understanding of engines is achieved.
|Marine Inboard Engines: Petrol and Diesel
by Loris Goring
This very practical book begins by describing how the various parts of both marine diesel and gasoline engines work. It then goes on to show the basic service maintenance necessary for both the general running and winter layup, and pinpoints common faults and suggests remedies.
Engines (3rd edition)
by Stan Grayson, Kathy Brandes (Editor), Jackie Pellaton (Editor)
"Old Marine Engines is a remarkable book, not to be read through once and put aside but to be kept handy for frequent short glimpses of how things were." - National Fisherman
|Complete Guide To Outboard Engines
by John Fleming
This book starts with the difference in design and power between the two-cycle outboard the four-cycle outboard, then takes the reader deep inside the engine by discussing the design, function and results of the entire engine system and drive unit.
Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Repair
by Edwin R. Sherman, Ed Sherman
This abundantly illustrated non-threatening guide is filled with effective maintenance, repair, and advanced troubleshooting advice for two cycle and four-cycle engines from 2 to 250 horsepower.
|Keep Your Outboard Motor
Care and Preventive Maintenance for the Boater
by Richard Thiel
"Can save the average boat owner its purchase price many times over... A helpful and inexpensive comparison to your owner's manual; perhaps even a replacement for it." - Power & Sail Boating
|Understanding the Outboard Motor
by Eugene Stagner
Old Outboard Book
by Peter Hunn
Here is a good source for information for the avid collector or the casual observer. The book covers the history of models with some wonderful original photos.
by Peter Hunn
This unique collection of outboard motors highlights the aesthetic and technical qualities of these powerful machines. Each engine, selected for its historical significance, is beautifully photographed and features a discussion of its history, importance in advancing technology, collectibility, and technical attributes.
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