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Old 08-22-2019, 02:41 AM   #1
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Default 2004 Maxum XR Thermostat kit

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First time poster. Iíll try to be specific as I can. I have a 3.0 litre 4 cylinder mercruiser alpha one that is running too cold approx 125 degrees where normally is runs around 175 degrees Iíve replaced the temp sensor which didnít work. My local marina says itís my thermostat however does anyone know which thermostat and gasket kit I need to buy? I took the 2 bolts & thermostat cover off and my thermostat appears to under a solid gasket not like the ones I see pictured for my thermostat. Anyone done this job have part numbers I need to order to replace thermostat and gaskets?
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I get part numbers by going to marineengine dot com and entering the engine serial number. That will take you to an IPB, and you can get at least one part number, usually more.
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Best to look up by engine serial number.
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The engine model and specs dictate the engine parts, not the vessel make and model.
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