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Your Mercury engine uses either several drive belts or a very long serpentine belt to power its accessories. Regardless of the number of belts in your engine, they connect to the crankshaft pulley and use the motion of the engine to spin the pulleys on these various accessories. The maintenance schedule on your Mercury suggests that you check and/or replace the accessory drive or serpentine belts every 60,000 to 90,000 miles to be safe. If one of these belts wears down and breaks, you will lose the functionality of whatever accessory or accessories rely on that belt to spin its pulley.
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