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Sierra Marine is the world's largest supplier of premium aftermarket marine engine and drive parts and accessories. many Sierra parts are made in the same plants as the original engine manufacturers' parts and are engineered to meet or exceed the factory original part. All Sierra parts are backed by a limited lifetime warranty
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Q:i have a 2001 volvo penta 4.3 L will this starter work ? If not do you have a starter that will workAsked on 6/5/2012 by steve from Munford, tn.
Q:I have a 1986 inboard Merc.170 is this the right starter for this engine.Asked on 8/23/2009 by Anonymous
A:Yes, that is the correct starter. Item 73718 would also work.Answered on 9/10/2009 by Jordan from Overton's
Q:I am replacing my starter. How can I tell how many teeth the flywheel has on it or does that even matter? the selinoid kicks in, but the starter does not turn. The starter was underwater. What do you suggest? Is this the correct starter to replace a SAEJ117M?Asked on 5/6/2009 by Boat'n billy from Cape Coral, FL
A:For us to help you in replacing your starter and also for us to make sure we get you the correct one for your engine it would be best if you could provide us with the serial number off of your old starter. Please give our Technical Product Specialist a call at 1-888-OVERTON and any one of them would be glad to cross reference your serial number off of your old starter to make sure we are getting the correct one for you. Again thank you for your interest in Overton's and we look forward to hearing from you soon.Answered on 5/26/2009 by Brooks, Marine Buyer from Overtons
A:the "SAE" # only tells you that the starter is SAE tested for marine use . The # you need will be stamped into the field case (round part with 3 large phillips screws) 7 digits on early starters
and on later models(gear reduction) starters the #
can be found on the drive end housing (might have to scrape that good merc paint to read 7 digit #)Answered on 7/24/2009 by email@example.com from Canada