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1994 Johnson/Evinrude Electric outboards Service Manual - $8.95

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1994 Johnson/Evinrude Electric outboards Service Manual

Original OMC Factory Service Manual provides detailed information on repair, maintenance and troubleshooting for Johnson/Evinrude Electric outboard motors.
Manual includes high resolution diagrams and images, detailed instructions, technical recommendations and more.

Manual is indexed and searchable.

Part number: 500605

Manual Chapters:

  - General Information
  - Troubleshooting
  - Steering Housing
  - Motor Tube and Adapter
  - Electric Motor Assembly
  - Deck Bracket and Bow Arm
  - Foot Control

Models covered by this factory service manual:

12 Volt Bow Mount Foot Steer
BF2S
BF2TS
BFL2TS
BFX2TS
HBF2K
HBFL2K
12 Volt Bow Mount Hand Steer
BH2TS
BHL2TS
12 Volt Transom Mount Hand Steer
TH2TS
24 Volt Bow Mount Foot Steer
BF4S
BFL4S
BFX4S
BF4TS
BFL4TS
BFX4TS
24 Volt Bow Mount Hand Steer
BHL4S
BHL4TS
24 Volt Transom Mount Hand Steer
TH4TS

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