Try DB Electrical. If you can't find it on the website call them. Original Mercury part # might help. I called them for my '57 Johnson 35 hp and they said no but when I supplied the OE part #s they found a cross reference.
Make sure the shop will install it if you supply the part.
I checked the choke solenoid, that worked fine. I ended up throwing in the towel and dropped it off to a local marina that is a Merc dealer. They are looking at it now. Hopefully they can get it all back together for me. It might not see water this year, but that is OK - it will be tip top for next season
Finally got everything a part. Hot wired the starter and that works. I wanted to put it all back together and see what I get, but I can't figure out how to get the starter back in. I found a video on YouTube of someone cutting the old one out (instead of removing the power head). Then he removed the carb and slide the replacement in. I read another forum where someone removed the top sprocket and that allowed them to get it in. I don't see that happening in my case.
I am assuming the solenoid is bad, and that's why it didn't start. Is there anyway to check that? It doesn't look like it comes a part to be fixed.
'54 Runabout De Luxe
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