(outboard motor side)
Hold the priming bulb up in the
direction of the arrow; then squeeze
the priming bulb several times until it
feels firm, indicating that fuel has
reached the engine.
Check to be sure there are no fuel
leaks before starting the engine.
Do not touch the priming bulb with
the engine running or when tilting up
the outboard motor. The vapor
separator could overflow.
Gasoline is highly
flammable and explosive.
You can be burned or
seriously injured when
Stop the engine and keep
heat, sparks, and flame
Handle fuel only
Wipe up spills
If your outboard motor will be used
on an infrequent or intermittent basis,
please refer to the fuel section of the
STORAGE chapter (p.
additional information regarding fuel