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Steering Friction Bolt; Tilt Lever; Handle Stopper - Honda BF4A Owner's Manual

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Steering Friction Bolt

TO INCREASE
FRICTION
TO DECREASE
FRICTION
STEERING FRICTION BOLT
The steering friction bolt adjusts
steering resistance.
Less friction allows the outboard
motor to turn more easily. More
friction helps to hold a steady course
while cruising or to prevent the
outboard motor from swinging while
trailering the boat.

Tilt Lever

ENGINE COVER GRIP
TILT LEVER
The tilt lever enables the outboard
motor to be raised for shallow water
operation, beaching, launching, or
mooring.
To tilt, raise the outboard motor by
pulling on the engine cover grip until
the tilt mechanism engages at 18°,
34°, or 58° (p. 54 and 55).
CONTROLS AND FEATURES

Handle Stopper

HANDLE STOPPER
The tiller handle can be moved to the
bottom direction by turning the
handle stopper.
TILLER HANDLE
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