Yanmar parts for 3YM30 and SD20.


Regular Maintenance
Air filter

128270-12540

1

Mixing Elbow

128397-13530

128370-13530

1

Mixing elbow Gasket

128370-13201

1

Mixing Elbow nut M8

26703-080002

4

Mixing elbow stud

128170-13600

4

Oil filter

119305-35151

1

Oil filter O-ring

119717-32060

128990-44100

1

Impeller

128397-42200

1

Impeller O-ring

X02173476

1

Screw

128990-42520

6

Thermostat

128990-49800

1

Fuel Filter

104500-55710

1

Oring fuel filter

24341-000440

1

Volvo primary fuel filter

41109003

1

V Belt A37.5

119831-42290

1

Belt Water pump

128990-77350

1

Can Paint Grey

317

Oil 15W40 or 10W30 CD or better 2.6 quart
Coolant Long life Coolant antifreeze 6 quart texaco 7997 7998 havolin 7994
Sail Drive regular maintenance
cock Assy, c water

196420-02390

196420-02290

1

Seal Oil

196313-02590

196313-02591

2

O-ring lower leg

24321-000950

2

Oil Gl4,5 #90 or 80W90 2.2 litre
BoatZinc.com
Prop Zinc VP-64-2

1

Sail drive Zinc

196440-02660

1

Over the last two days, I have been working on assembling a list with all the regular maintenance parts for our engines, ie: sail drive and Outboard. Do you think, it’s just a case of opening up the catalogue at the part’s section, and writing numbers down? Well, not such an easy task, I was in for a rude awakening.

It seems that the lobby of dealers have been able to: first of all  make it almost impossible for us to get our hands on the catalogue… and secondly to get all the informations you have to refer to multiple pages in the two books.  In other words, you need to be in the know!

With a bit of perseverance I achieved my goal, and then once I started pricing the parts, I discovered that the reference had changed for some of the parts. You will find this file updated on the expense page under Upgrade file. It will be a document in perpetual evolution and a good reference for our readers, and future use I hope.

Today I had to battle the Mercury lobby, they openly said to my face that the end user shouldn’t have the parts catalogue for the newer model! They perhaps thought at that point that I was going to give up…. That was without knowing my small “persistent” personality…. after a few attempts I was able to find an individual dealer who  took time to listen to my plea and offered me the PDF file. I am crossing my fingers!

Now I understand why, I read horror stories of cruisers on remote island with no reliable internet, losing it when they need parts for their engine. It would be nearly impossible to try to describe without the exploded diagram, and trying to get the proper nomenclature good luck impossible. So the lesson for today is when you buy any piece of equipment make it part of the deal that you need the parts and shop manual with it, don’t take “no” for granted.

Wow one of my first advice to others, I just realized! Let’s celebrate by travelling to Cook’s bay, on the French Polynesian Island or Moorea.

Charles Darwin was inspired for his theory regarding the formation of coral atolls when looking down upon Moorea standing on a peak on Tahiti. He described it as a “picture in a frame,” referring to the barrier reef encircling the island. Don the Beachcomber lived here for some time until his houseboat was destroyed by tropical cyclones. The island was among those visited by the United States Exploring Expedition on its tour of the South Pacific in 1839.A group on French Polynesia’s Moorea island has succeeded in attracting about 100 people to attend a meeting of a purported new republic, called Hau Pakumotu in 2010.



2 Comment

  1. giovanni prato says:

    hi, planning to open and check the heat exchanger on my 3ym30, do you know which spare parts i need – i suppose two o-rings and two gaskets, one and one for each side – ? do you know the related part numbers ? also, a question: shall i remove the alternator, or i can operate from the mixing elbow side totally ? thanks

  2. Giovanni,

    I will send you a e-mail with all the information later during the day. Regards

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