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With Outboard Motor Removed From Boat - Honda BF4A Owner's Manual

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TRANSPORTING
WITH OUTBOARD MOTOR
REMOVED FROM 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 turn the portable
fuel tank 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).
88
Remove the outboard motor from the
boat and secure the outboard motor in
either the vertical or horizontal
position shown on p. 86.
CARRYING HANDLE
To carry, hold the outboard motor by
the carrying handle, or hold by the
carrying handle and the lug beneath
the engine under cover, as shown.
Lifting the outboard motor by the
engine cover, or using the installed
outboard motor as a handle or lever
to move the boat, can damage the
outboard motor.

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