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Old 01-06-2008, 07:29 AM   #1
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I'm trying to get hold of a Service Manual for my engine Yanmar 4JH2E-93. Anyone has a pdf copy or can point me in the right direction? The Yanmar site does not apprea to have this. Thanks.
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Old 01-06-2008, 08:04 AM   #2
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I'm trying to get hold of a Service Manual for my engine Yanmar 4JH2E-93. Anyone has a pdf copy or can point me in the right direction? The Yanmar site does not apprea to have this. Thanks.
Hi Alan,

I thought you were in Port Said by now -- what's holding you in Karachi ??? Just about time to leave for the Gulf of Aden ???

Anyway try this outfit for the manual if someone doesn't come up with a .pdf,

http://shop.torresen.com/marine_diesel_dir...entname=manuals

The part number for your service manual is # AOA167

Come back if you need more help

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Hi Alan,

Torresen is a great resource and very helpful, but Yanmar considers manuals to be "parts" and they can only ship to their region (east coast USA)---they would not ship a manual to me in California.

Any Yanmar dealer can order service and parts manuals, but depending on the country it can take a few weeks. I finally ordered mine from the Netherland distributor of Yanmar and hope to pick it up this month when I'm in Holland.

It would be even better if it was available in pdf, I hope we hear from somebody about that.

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Hi ALAN,

I have now received the 4JH2E Service manual all 12 MBs in a PDF file ALL 406 PAGES



1-AOA1029.pdf

I will send it, but I will need your email address. Not able to send it through CL system.

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Hi Jim, Your copy was emailed, I need to know if arrived Ok. If so, is it relevant to your engine ?

I want to go back to the outfit that sent it to me.

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While sending the manuals - question arose as to the difference between the models :--

Yanmar 4JH2E and the 4JH4E . Anyone throw some light ??
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Hi guys. I have a 4jh4e so yeah what does it all mean. 4=4 cylinders, jh=freshwater cooled, next number 2,3,or 4 indicates an upgrade eg: larger bore better emissions and E is for normally aspirated export engine.

http://www.yanmarhelp.com/s_codes.htm

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Hi Kevin in Aussie,

Thanks so much for the website - a really good piece of info on what all the Yanmar

alpha/numerics represent. Alan in Karachi now has his 4JH2E Service Manual - and Jim in Spain also has a copy (but he has the 4JH4e so we will try and source the right one for him)

I will try and either anchor this Info. or put it into the Cruiser Wiki.

You know the true spirit of how international we are is reflected in this very topic. Thanks so much!

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I have now received the 4JH2E Service manual all 12 MBs in a PDF file ALL 406 PAGES



1-AOA1029.pdf

I will send it, but I will need your email address. Not able to send it through CL system.

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Hi Richard,

I am in the process of repairing/replacing my 4JH2E. The former owner sucked seawater into the engine, and severly damaged the inners. If you could send me a copy of the manul, I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks!

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Hello Jim,

Welcome to Cruiser Log ,

I will be happy to send you a copy of the Manual - in the meantime could you go to your controls and add some details in your profile as to your location etc..

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Hi Richard,

Could you kinldy also send me a copy of the manual fro Yanmar 4JH2E, my email address is

fclovyn AT landmarkbangkok.com

Thanks a million,

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Hi ALAN,

I have now received the 4JH2E Service manual all 12 MBs in a PDF file ALL 406 PAGES



1-AOA1029.pdf

I will send it, but I will need your email address. Not able to send it through CL system.

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Hi Richard,

I'm in Curacao - a French sailor and diver but not a very good mechanic on my Amel Oasis and I just took out my old Perkins motor and bought a replacement 4JH2E Yanmar motor. I hope it's a good one. But I have no manual, no experience with Yanmar motors and how to fit it into my starter panel etc. Wondering whether you could help me with the service manual? It would be very very nice.

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Hi Richard,

I'm in Curacao - a French sailor and diver but not a very good mechanic on my Amel Oasis and I just took out my old Perkins motor and bought a replacement 4JH2E Yanmar motor. I hope it's a good one. But I have no manual, no experience with Yanmar motors and how to fit it into my starter panel etc. Wondering whether you could help me with the service manual? It would be very very nice.

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Sure can, if you would like to complete your profile - and send me your email address via a PM.

I cannot sent it using the Cruiserlog email program - it is too big.

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Hi ALAN,

I have now received the 4JH2E Service manual all 12 MBs in a PDF file ALL 406 PAGES



1-AOA1029.pdf

I will send it, but I will need your email address. Not able to send it through CL system.

Richard
Hi Richard,

I know you must be getting sick of this by now, but is there any chance you can email the Yanmar 4JH2E Service Manual PDF file to me also. The best email address for size wise is wheresbaz@gmail.com. I am crewing on a Beneteau First 45ft currently in Malaysia - heading across the Indian Ocean and on to Cape Town to race the South Atlantic Yacht Race....and thus not sure of an address where I can get it sent if I purchase a manual. (pdf is much preferred).

Any help is much appreciated.

Cheers, Baz
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