Download Print this page

Transporting; With Outboard Motor Installed On Boat - Honda BF4A Owner's Manual

Hide thumbs

Advertisement

WITH OUTBOARD MOTOR
INSTALLED ON BOAT
When using the portable fuel tank
(BF5D and BF6A), turn the portable
fuel tank vent knob counterclockwise
to the open position (p. 26),
disconnect the fuel hose connectors
from the outboard motor and portable
fuel tank (p. 38), install fuel hose
connector cap and close the portable
fuel tank vent by turning the vent
knob clockwise all the way (p. 26).
Drain the internal fuel tank and
carburetor as described on p. 83, turn
the fuel valve lever to the OFF
position (BF4A) or portable fuel tank
position (BF5D and BF6A) (p. 19),
close the internal fuel tank vent by
turning the vent knob clockwise all
the way (p. 21), move the shift lever
to the R (reverse) position to lock the
tilt system and tighten the steering
friction bolt securely (p. 52).
The preferred method is to leave the
engine in the normal running
position, but if there is insuff icient
road clearance, you can tilt the
outboard motor using a commercially
available outboard motor support bar
available through your dealer. Refer
to the manufacturer's instructions for
using an outboard motor support bar.
OUTBOARD MOTOR SUPPORT BAR
(commercially available)

TRANSPORTING

87

Advertisement

loading

  Also See for Honda BF4A

This manual is also suitable for:

Bf5dBd6a