FILLING FUEL TANK
Fill fuel tanks outdoors away from heat, sparks,
and open flames.
Remove portable fuel tanks from boat to refill
Always stop engine before refilling tanks.
Do not overfill the fuel tank. Fuel will expand in
volume as it's temperature rises and can leak un-
FILLING PORTABLE FUEL TANK
Pour the full amount
of oil along with approximately
one gallon of gasoline
into the fuel tank. Mix thor-
oughly, then pour the remainder of gasoline
Place fuel tank in a secure level place out of the
line to quick-disconnect
front of motor (Figure
Slide back sleeve
Place coupler on fitting and release sleeve to lock
Rotate Throttle Twist Grip (C) to "Slow" position,
(A) into "Neutral".
"Stop" button (E)
13) and hold in until motor stops completely.
stop switch (F2) is used to tum off the
engine ignition whenever the operator (when at-
tached to the lanyard F1 ) moves far enough away
from the operator's position to activate the switch
TO START ENGINE
DO NOT START YOUR OUTBOARD
OUT OF WATER. THE WATER PUMP HAS A RUB-
CAN BE DAMAGED
The motor is equipped with a lanyard type switch
(F2). Prior to starting,make sure the lanyard cord
to the switch. The motor WILL NOT
START if lanyard is not connected to switch.
Make sure that fuel tank has a sufficient supplyof
properly mixed fuel and that vent screw on fuel
tank filler cap or gauge is OPEN.
Checkthat fuel line issecurelyconnected tofitting
at engine (G).
Squeeze fuel line prime bulb (H) several times un-
til bulb becomes FIRM.