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Starter/trim Solenoid Mercury Mercruiser 18-5815 89-68258a4 89-853654a1 89-76545 on 2040-parts.com

US $18.00
Location:

Mercer, Wisconsin, US

Mercer, Wisconsin, US
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New Starter/Power Trim Solenoid for Mercury/Mariner Outboards and MerCruiser Inboards Part # 89-853654A 1

This listing is for a brand new starter or power trim solenoid for a Mercury/Mariner outboard or MerCruiser.

It replaces part # 89-68258A4, 89-853654A1, 89-76545.

Starter Solenoid applications:

           HP Size                           Serial #

  • 20  HP                        4709593-6443972
  • 40  HP                        5556230-5823917
  • 45  HP 4 cylinder       5531630-6146848
  • 50  HP                        4141000-6146848
  • 60  HP 3 cylinder       G290585-G589999
  • 65  HP 3 cylinder        3547987-4571651
  • 70  HP 3 cylinder        4571652-6104369
  • 80  HP 4 cylinder        4831999-6030903
  • 85  HP 4 cylinder        3865695-4831998
  • 90  HP                         4845301-6026608
  • 115  HP                        4112635-6051525
  • 135  HP                       A904646-G201874
  • 140  HP                        4865678-UP
  • 150  HP                        4121435-4865677
  • 150  XS                         4868648-5327662
  • 150  HP V6               4868998-6042945 &
  •     inc EFI                      A904646-G303045
  • 150  HP XR4               B242885-D081999
  • 150  HP XR6               D082000-G303045
  • 175  HP V6                 4301235-G303045
  •     inc. eEFI
  • 200  HP V6               4839034-6073191 &
  •     inc. EFI                    C100861-G303045
  • 220  HP V6                     B117316-UP
  • 225  HP 2.4 Litre            5628028-UP
  • 250  HP                          C101891-UP
  • 275  HP                          C101891-UP
  • 3.4   Litre                       5611648-UP

Power Trim Solenoid Applications:

            HP Size                          Serial #

  • 45   HP (w/o breaker)     5531630-UP
  • 50   HP (w/o breaker)     5531630-UP
  • 70   HP 3 cylinder        5579017-6428680
  • 80   HP 4 cylinder        5582562-6432900
  • 90   HP                          4845301-6436122
  • 115 HP                          4855153-6436122
  • 140 HP                             4865678-UP
  • 150 HP XS                    4868648-5327662
  • 150 HP V6                    4868998-6042945
  • 175 HP V6                    4301235-6618750
  • 200 HP V6                    4839034-6073191
  • 225 HP V6 2.4 Litre         5628028-UP

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