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  • Page 2 WARNING The engine exhaust from this product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. YAMAHA LIT-CALIF-65-01...
  • Page 3 TO THE OWNER Thank you for choosing a Yamaha Boat. IMPORTANT MANUAL INFORMATION: In this manual, information of particular This Owner’s Manual contains informa- importance is distinguished in the fol- tion you will need for proper operation, lowing ways: maintenance, and care. A thorough...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 1 SAFETY INFORMATION IDENTIFICATION NUMBER RECORDS ......1-1 Primary I.D. Number ........1-1 Hull Identification Number (H.I.N.) .
  • Page 6: Identification Number Records

    Record your Primary I.D., H.I.N., and engine numbers in the spaces provided to assist you in ordering spare parts from your Yamaha Boat dealer. Also record and keep these I.D. numbers in a separate place in case your boat is stolen.
  • Page 7: Star Labels

    AFETY NFORMATION STAR LABELS FOUR STARS - SUPER ULTRA LOW EMISSION This watercraft is labeled in California The four-star label identifies engines with a California Air Resources Board that meet the Air Resources Board’s (CARB) star label 1. See below for a Sterndrive and Inboard marine engine desciption of your particular label.
  • Page 8: Emission Control Information

  • Page 9: Important Labels

  • Page 10: Labels

  • Page 13: Safety Information

    Orientation Video. Showing them the video may help reinforce the information contained in these materials. LIMITATIONS ON WHO MAY OPERATE THE BOAT Yamaha recommends a minimum operator age of 16 years old. Adults must supervise use by minors.
  • Page 14: Required Equipment

    Tool kit with assorted screwdrivers, also be used as an emergency sig- pliers, wrenches (including metric nal. Contact your Yamaha dealer or sizes), and electrical tape. the Coast Guard for more informa- Oar or paddle (look for one with a tion.
  • Page 15: Cruising Limitations

    AFETY NFORMATION CRUISING LIMITATIONS risk of back/spinal injury (paralysis), facial injuries, and broken legs, Scan constantly for people, objects, ankles, and other bones. Do not and other watercraft. Be alert for jump waves or wakes. conditions that limit your visibility or Do not operate the boat in rough block your vision of others.
  • Page 16: Operational Requirements

    AFETY NFORMATION OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS For reasons of safety and proper care of the boat, always perform the All riders must wear a Coast Guard pre-operation checks listed on page approved personal flotation device 3-4 before operating. (PFD). Passengers must always sit in a designated seating area, place feet on the deck, and hold on to the hand grips when the boat is in motion.
  • Page 17: Hazard Information

    AFETY NFORMATION Attach the engine shut-off cord (lan- Maintain a safe distance from other yard) to the PFD and keep it free boats or watercraft, and also watch from the steering wheel or other for boats’ ski ropes or fishing lines. controls so that the engine stops if Obey the “Rules of the Road”...
  • Page 18: Night Operation

    JET THRUST NOZZLES maneuver. This Yamaha Boat is water-jet pro- pelled. The pumps are directly con- nected to the engines. This means INTAKE GRATE that the jet thrust will produce some movement whenever the engines are running.
  • Page 19: Water-Skiing

    Normal get up on the skis. swimwear does not adequately pro- tect against forceful water entry into For the AR210, also see page 2-20 for rectum or vagina. The skier should Wakeboard Tower use. wear a wetsuit bottom or clothing that provides equivalent protection.
  • Page 20: Rules Of The Road

    RULES OF THE ROAD Stand-On Vessel The vessel with the right-of-way has the duty to continue its course and Your Yamaha Boat is legally considered speed, except to avoid an immediate a powerboat. Operation of the boat collision. When you maintain your...
  • Page 21: Rules When Encountering Vessels

    AFETY NFORMATION RULES WHEN ENCOUNTERING Meeting If you are meeting another power ves- VESSELS sel head on, and are close enough to There are three main situations that run the risk of collision, neither of you you may encounter with other vessels has the right-of-way! Both of you which could lead to a collision unless should alter course to avoid an acci-...
  • Page 22: Other Special Situations

    AFETY NFORMATION Narrow Channels and Bends When navigating in narrow channels, you should keep to the right when it is safe and practical to do so. If the oper- ator of a power-driven vessel is prepar- ing to go around a bend that may obstruct the view of other water ves- sels, the operator should sound a pro- longed blast of four to six seconds on...
  • Page 23 AFETY NFORMATION “1” “3” “5” “7” C “1” “6” N “2” LIGHTED BUOY (Port Hand) Odd number, increasing toward head “7” RB “L” of navigation. Leave to port (left) pro- ceeding RG “L” White Light Green Light “5” “4” “2” “4” “6” LIGHTED BUOY (Starboard Hand) Even number, increasing toward head “3”...
  • Page 24: Reading Buoys And Other Markers

    The Online Boating Safety Course, particular state. The Uniform State available through the watercraft section Waterway Marking System has been of the website, is a devised for these waters. free, 50-question learning course avail- able to the public. Upon successful...
  • Page 25: Enjoy Your Boat Responsibly

    AFETY NFORMATION ENJOY YOUR BOAT RESPONSIBLY You share the areas you enjoy when operating your boat with others and with nature. So your enjoyment includes a responsibility to treat these other people, and the lands, waters, and wildlife with respect and courtesy. Whenever and wherever you are boat- ing, think of yourself as the guest of those around you.
  • Page 27 & F EATURES UNCTIONS LOCATION OF MAIN COMPONENTS Main Features: Air Filter Cases Hood Supports Fuel Tank Engine Compartment Vent Outlets Battery Engine Compartment Vent Inlets Blower Motor Fuel Tank Compartment Air Ventilation Port/Starboard Features: Fuel Tank Compartment Drain Plug Flush Attachments Jet Pumps Electrical Boxes...
  • Page 28 & F EATURES UNCTIONS...
  • Page 29: Location Of Main Components

    Glove Box Center Walk-Through Walk-Through Transom Fire Extinguisher Holder Stern Ladder Bow Ladder Wakeboard Tower (AR210 ONLY, not shown) LOCATION OF STEREO COMPONENTS: A A Remote Control Keypad (AR and SX MODEL ONLY) B B Speakers C C CD Player/Receiver...
  • Page 30 & F EATURES UNCTIONS LOCATION OF MAIN COMPONENTS YAMAHA DEPTH x 1000 x 1000 Fuel YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA PORT STARBOARD Control Features: Speedometer Ignition Switch Keys Tachometer Steering Wheel Depth Finder Tilt Adjustment Lever Fuel Gauge Switches and Breakers Control Features:...
  • Page 31: Operation Of Controls And Other Functions

    & F EATURES UNCTIONS OPERATION OF TILT LEVER CONTROLS AND OTHER FUNCTIONS STEERING YAMAHA DEPTH x 1000 x 1000 Fuel YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA The tilt lever 1 is located under the steering wheel and is used to adjust the tilt of the steering wheel. There are three positions.
  • Page 32: Engine Shut-Off Switch

    & F EATURES UNCTIONS WARNING ENGINE SHUT-OFF SWITCH The clip on the end of the engine shut- Always attach the engine shut-off off cord must be attached to the engine cord to your personal flotation shut-off switch for the engines to run. device (PFD) or arm or leg, The cord must be attached to a secure BEFORE starting the engines.
  • Page 33: Throttle/Shift Levers

    & F EATURES UNCTIONS OFF: WARNING Ignition circuits are switched off. The Before starting the engine, check the engine cannot be started but other operation of each engine’s throttle/ switches will operate. (The key can be shift lever. It should move smoothly removed.) through the full range of operation.
  • Page 34 & F EATURES UNCTIONS Do not shift into Reverse while traveling at planing speeds. Loss of control, boat swamping, or damage to the boat could occur. NOTE: This boat is equipped with “start-in-gear” protection. The engines will not start unless the levers are in the Neutral position.
  • Page 35: Fuel Tank Filler Cap

    Jet thrust The speedometer 1 shows the boat is redirected toward the bow of the boat, speed in miles per hour (mph). which moves the boat backward. YAMAHA DEPTH x 1000 x 1000 Fuel...
  • Page 36 3. Fuel Level Gauge 4. Depth Finder The fuel level gauge 1 shows the amount of fuel in the fuel tank. The ignition switch must be in the “ON” position to activate the gauge. YAMAHA DEPTH x 1000 x 1000 Fuel YAMAHA...
  • Page 37 & F EATURES UNCTIONS miliar water, or if you suspect shallow water or submerged objects, as water depth may change too quickly to allow time for you to react. • Extremely dirty water, very soft bottom, high speeds, deep water, Setting the Shallow Alarm or a combination of the above The Shallow Alarm function can be set...
  • Page 38 At the same time, engine speed reduc- tion control is activated, limiting maximum speed to 3000 rpm. If this occurs, reduce engine speed and return to shore. Have a Yamaha 2-12...
  • Page 39: Overheat Warning System

    NOTE: If water cooling passages on sure. the engines are dry, it will take about 20 seconds for water to reach the pilot out- lets after starting. YAMAHA DEPTH x 1000 x 1000 Fuel YAMAHA...
  • Page 40: Switches

    EATURES & UNCTIONS SWITCHES Courtesy Lights This switch turns on the lights 8 locat- YAMAHA ed in the recess on each side of the DEPTH x 1000 x 1000 Fuel gunwale. YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA 1 Blower 2 Bilge Pump 3 Courtesy Lights...
  • Page 41 If it pops out Press both No-Wake Mode buttons again, ask your Yamaha dealer to again. inspect the electrical system. Move the accelerator levers to a faster engine speed.
  • Page 42: Swivel Seat Operation

    & F EATURES UNCTIONS Fuel YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA NOTE: There is also an accessory fuse at the battery (see page 4-16). STEREO SYSTEM SWIVEL SEAT OPERATION A stereo CD player/receiver with four speakers is standard. There is also a The driver’s and mid-ship passenger’s remote control key pad at the swim seats are two-way adjustable.
  • Page 43: Engine Hood

    & F EATURES UNCTIONS ENGINE HOOD Under Front Seats There is one hood latch located under the front of the rear seat. To open the engine hood, lift the latch hook upward and lift the hood. Hood Latch Pull up the seat cushions to access the storage compartments.
  • Page 44 & F EATURES UNCTIONS Glove Box WARNING Port-Side Console Do not carry any flammable sub- stances in the battery compartment or any heavy or metal items that can damage the battery or cause a short circuit. Sparks or fire could result. Under Rear Side Seats Pull up the seat cushions to access the storage compartments.
  • Page 45: Front Walk-Through

    & F EATURES UNCTIONS FRONT WALK-THROUGH Windshield If desired, the Walk-Through to the bow of the boat can be closed. Doorway Unlatch the door from the port-side console storage compartment, and lock it into place on the driver's side con- sole.
  • Page 46: Rear Walk-Through

    Choose only accessories designed for colorless, odorless gas which may your boat's wakeboard tower. Your cause brain damage or death when Yamaha dealer has a variety of gen- inhaled. Symptoms include nausea, uine Yamaha accessories. Other dizziness, and drowsiness.
  • Page 47 Chapter 3 OPERATION FUEL AND OIL ..........3-1 Gasoline .
  • Page 48: Fuel And Oil

    Do not fill up the filler deposits. Ring Free Fuel Additive, tube because fuel expands as it available from your Yamaha dealer, is warms up and could overflow. formulated to remove existing deposits and, when used continuously, prevent...
  • Page 49: Engine Oil

    PERATION ENGINE OIL Stop filling when the fuel just becomes visible in the bottom of the filler tube. Recommended oil: YAMALUBE 4-M Do not “top off” the tank, because FC-W ™ . If YAMALUBE 4-M FC-W ™ gasoline could spill out. Be sure to not available, another 10W-30, 4-cycle tighten the cap securely.
  • Page 50 “L” mark 2 on the dipstick, but engine is overfilled. Consult a less than the “F” mark 3, the Yamaha dealer to have oil extracted engine can be operated. from the engine to avoid damage. 3) If oil must be added, add just...
  • Page 51: Pre-Operation Checks

    PERATION PRE-OPERATION WARNING CHECKS If any item in the Pre-Operation check is not working properly, have CHECK LIST it inspected and repaired before operating the boat. Otherwise an Before operating this boat, perform the accident could occur. following checks: PAGE ITEM CHECK REF.
  • Page 52: Check Points

    PERATION NOTE: Pre-operation checks should be Throttle/Shifters made each time the boat is used. This procedure can be accomplished thor- oughly in a short time. The added safe- ty and reliability the checks assure is worth the time involved. CHECK POINTS Steering Move the control levers several times through their full range of motion.
  • Page 53 A fire extinguisher is not standard equipment with this boat. If you do not have one, contact your local Yamaha Boat dealer or a fire extinguisher deal- er to obtain one meeting the proper specifications.
  • Page 54: Operation

    PERATION Jet Intakes Fuel System Refer to page 4-10, “FUEL SYSTEM INSPECTION,” for correct procedure. Fuel and Engine Oil Levels 1) Turn the right switch key to ON. Wait for the fuel gauge needle to stop moving, then note the fuel level. Add fuel if necessary.
  • Page 55 PERATION deck. A one-way check valve in the A drain plug is located at the center of the stern to allow more complete drain- drain prevents water from traveling ing when the boat is removed from the back to the deck during mooring or water.
  • Page 56 PERATION Engine Compartment Lights YAMAHA DEPTH x 1000 x 1000 Fuel YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA Check for proper operation of the bow, Operate the bilge blower switch 1 for stern, and instrument lights by pressing at least 4 minutes before starting the the switch 3 on the control panel.
  • Page 57 Refer to page 2-13 for cor- Fuel rect operation of the device. YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA Engine Shut-Off Switch NOTE: It may take up to 20 seconds for water to reach the pilot outlets when first launching the boat.
  • Page 58 3) Unfold the top by pulling to the bow the Bimini top in the up position. of the boat. NOTE: On the AR210 model, collapse the front support poles to clear the wakeboard tower as you pull the top forward. Extend the poles again until the bottom sections lock into their fully extended position.
  • Page 59 The Bimini top must be secured to the 1) Raise the rear support poles. boat when it is being trailered. When trailered with a Genuine Yamaha 2) Unhook the front straps and pull the Cover, simply store the Bimini top in top to the back.
  • Page 60: Starting The Engines

    Before operating your boat, become familiar with all controls. Consult your Yamaha dealer 1) Always make sure the boat is about any control or function you launched and used in waters that do not fully understand. are free from weeds and debris, and at least 3 ft.
  • Page 61 PERATION NOTE: Before the first start-up, remove the fuel tank filler cap to release any Engine shut-off switch built-up pressure in the tank because of Clip with cord fuel expansion. NOTE: It is not possible to start the engine with the clip removed from the engine shut-off switch.
  • Page 62: Stopping The Engines

    PERATION STOPPING THE ENGINES CAUTION: Never turn the ignition key to “Start” while the engine is running. Do not keep the starter motor running for more than 5 seconds. If the engine does not start after 5 seconds of cranking, release the starter button. Wait at least 15 seconds before try- ing to start the engine again.
  • Page 63: Break-In Procedure

    PERATION BREAK-IN PROCEDURE The engine break-in period is essential to allow the various components of the engine to wear and polish themselves to the correct operating clearances. This ensures proper performance and promotes longer component life. 1) Launch the boat and start the engine (see page 3-13).
  • Page 64: Driving Your Boat

    PERATION DRIVING YOUR BOAT Know and follow U.S. Coast Guard, state, and local laws when operating your boat. GETTING TO KNOW YOUR BOAT Select a wide area to learn in, where Operating your boat requires skills visibility is good and other boat traffic is acquired through practice over a period light.
  • Page 65: Turning The Boat

    PERATION TURNING THE BOAT D. If the engines are stopped, there is no thrust. The boat will go straight Steering control depends on the combi- even though the steering wheel is nation of steering wheel position and turned. the amount of throttle. YOU NEED THROTTLE TO STEER.
  • Page 66: Boating With Passengers

    PERATION BOATING WITH PASSENGERS TURNING LEFT Your boat is designed for one operator and up to eight passengers only. Never YAMAHA DEPTH x 1000 x 1000 Fuel YAMAHA YAMAHA YAMAHA have more than nine people in the boat. Passengers must sit in one of the seats and hold onto the grips.
  • Page 67: Boarding From A Dock Or Landing Jetty

    PERATION WARNING Stay away from the swim step while the engines are running. Exhaust gases coming from underneath it contain carbon monoxide, a color- less, odorless gas which may cause brain damage death when inhaled. Symptoms include nausea, dizziness, and drowsiness. 2) Climb up onto the swim platform, then sit in one of the seats provided.
  • Page 68: Stopping

    PERATION STOPPING 2) Notice how wind and water currents are affecting boat movement as you attach your mooring lines and fenders. 3) Approach the dock at idle speed. Use reverse as necessary during 400 ft (122 m) 345 ft (105 m) slow speed maneuvering to help control speed and direction.
  • Page 69: Leaving A Dock

    PERATION Wind or current pushing boat 2) When the stern is out a few feet, toward dock: release the bow mooring then steer in the direction you want the bow to move. Open the throttle slightly and begin to move away from the dock. BEACHING 1) Make sure no obstructions, boats or swimmers are near the beach.
  • Page 70: Anchoring

    PERATION ANCHORING 4) Pull on the line to be sure the anchor is holding. Also, periodically WARNING check your boat’s position against the shoreline to make sure it is not Always anchor from the bow. drifting and dragging the anchor. Anchoring from the stern will make Reset if necessary.
  • Page 71: Crossing Wakes And Swells

    PERATION CROSSING WAKES AND SWELLS You will not always have flat, smooth water. There will be swells and wakes from other boats, etc. SHARP WAKES The best way to cross wakes and swells is with the least jolt to you and the boat.
  • Page 72: Post-Operation Checks

    PERATION POST-OPERATION 1) After putting the boat on the trailer, flush cooling system on each CHECKS engine to prevent the cooling sys- tem from clogging up with salt, POST-OPERATION CHECKS sand, or dirt. Refer to page 4-1 for the cooling system flushing proce- These post-operation procedures are dure.
  • Page 73 Clean any foreign material, such as dirt or sand, from the threads before installing the drain plug. 6) Spray a rust inhibitor, such as Yamaha Silicone Protectant and Lubricant, on metallic parts to mini- mize corrosion. 3-26...
  • Page 74: Trailering

    PERATION TRAILERING HITCH The trailer hitch ball must match the size of the socket on the trailer hitch WARNING coupler. Hitches are divided into class- es that specify the gross trailer weight Avoid accident and injury from (GTW) and the maximum tongue improper trailering: weight.
  • Page 75: Backing Your Trailer

    PERATION a set of spare wheel bearings, Check wheel bearings and wheel seals, and races. lug nuts before each trip. When making a turn, do not cut cor- Check tail, brake, and turn signal ners. The trailer has a smaller turn- lights for proper operation.
  • Page 76: Launching

    PERATION LAUNCHING 5) Back the trailer farther into the water until just the tops of the fenders show, then reset the parking brake. Board the boat and start it. If possi- ble, remain on the trailer until the engines are warm and are respond- ing to throttle.
  • Page 77: Lifting

    PERATION 3) Make sure the boat is centered on LIFTING the support rails and is headed CAUTION: straight for the bow stop (bumper board). Ease the boat forward until Do not attach lifting cables to the the bow rests against the bow stop. bow eye, cleats, water-ski tow eye, or grab handles.
  • Page 78 AR210 ........
  • Page 79: Storage

    Cooling system flushing is essential to Fill the fuel tank with fresh fuel, adding prevent the cooling system from clog- one ounce of Yamaha Fuel Conditioner ging up with salt, sand, or dirt. and Stabilizer or an equivalent to each gallon of fuel.
  • Page 80: Lubrication

    15 seconds after the water supply has been turned off to 4) Spray a rust inhibitor such as avoid engine overheating. Yamaha Stor-Rite Fogging Oil into the intake opening 4 for 3 seconds. 5) After stopping the engine, remove the garden hose adapter.
  • Page 81: Battery

    & C AINTENANCE 7) Grease the areas of the boat speci- fied in “Grease Points” in the adjust- ment and maintenance section. BATTERY CAUTION: With the battery switch in the Off position, the bilge pump will not work, even if the bilge pump switch is in the On position.
  • Page 82: Cleaning

    4) Spray the exterior of the engines with Yamaha Silicone Protectant and Lubricant or an equivalent. 5) Wax the hull with a non-abrasive wax such as Yamaha Ultra Gloss Cleaner Wax or other wax designed for marine gelcoat. WARNING WARNING Slippery surfaces can cause falls and injury.
  • Page 83: Adjustment And Maintenance

    If the owner is not familiar with machine servicing, this work should be done by a Yamaha dealer or other qualified mechan- ic. Improperly serviced compo- nents could fail or stop operating correctly, which could result in an accident.
  • Page 84: Periodic Inspection Chart

    Frequency of maintenance operations may be adjusted according to the operating conditions, but the following table gives general guidelines. ● Indicates the checkups which you may do yourself. ■ Indicates work to be done by your Yamaha dealer. Maintenance interval Initial Thereafter Page...
  • Page 85: Spark Plug Cleaning And Adjustment

    Do not attempt to diagnose any prob- the spark plug cap down until it clicks. lems yourself. Instead, take the boat to a Yamaha Boat dealer. You should peri- odically remove and inspect the spark NOTE: If a torque-wrench is not avail-...
  • Page 86: Grease Points

    GREASE POINTS To keep moving parts sliding or rotating smoothly, coat them with water resis- tant grease such as Yamaha Marine Grease, Yamaha Grease A, or an equiv- alent. Steering Cable Ball Joints and Inner Wire Grease the steering cable and shift cables ball joints at the steering noz- zles.
  • Page 87 Recommended water-resistant grease: Yamaha Marine Grease, or Yamaha Grease A The first service should be done after 10 hours or 1 month by your Yamaha dealer. Fill the bearing housing with water- resistant grease through the grease nipple. Grease capacity: 33.0~35.0 cc (1.11~1.18 oz)
  • Page 88: Fuel System Inspection

    Check the fuel system for leaks, ment. Remove the seat cushion, then cracks, or malfunctions. If any problem look up inside the compartment to see is found, consult a Yamaha dealer. the fuel filler hose and clamp. Checking points: 1. Fuel tank leakage 2.
  • Page 89: Fuel Tank

    Yamaha deal- ment necessary to do so, refer to the er for service.
  • Page 90: Air Filter

    & C AINTENANCE AIR FILTER The air filter element should be checked every 12 months or every 100 hours of operation. To check the air filter: 1) Open the hood (see page 2-17). 2) Lift the locking tab 1 on the air filter case.
  • Page 91: Steering Cable Inspection

    1) Check for smooth operation of the wheel and steering nozzles. 2) Check for proper steering adjust- ment. The nozzles should both point straight back when the steering wheel is centered. If steering is stiff or misadjusted, ask your Yamaha dealer to service it. 4-13...
  • Page 92: Controls (Throttle/Shift)

    Check that the shift gates drop down over the nozzles to the stops. If the controls do not operate smoothly or correctly, ask your authorized Yamaha Boat dealer for service. 4) Pull the shift lever back from Forward through Neutral Reverse.
  • Page 93: Sacrificial Anodes

    2) Clean the mounting-bolts threads, then coat them with Loctite ® 242, available from your Yamaha dealer. 3) Install the new anode. Tighten the mounting bolts to specification. CAUTION: Anode Bolt Torque: 50~80 kgf-cm (47~70 inch-pounds)
  • Page 94: Fuse Replacement

    & C AINTENANCE FUSE REPLACEMENT WARNING Do not use fuses of higher amper- that those recommended. Substitution of a fuse of improper rating can cause extensive electrical system damage and possible fire. BATTERY The fuse is in the ignition coil holder. To replace the fuse, unscrew the cap and NOTE: These general guidelines apply pull the two red leads out with the fuse...
  • Page 95 & C AINTENANCE Recharging WARNING WARNING Battery electrolyte is poisonous and dangerous, causing severe burns, ● When charging the battery, keep etc. It contains sulfuric acid. Avoid it well away from sparks and contact with skin, eyes or clothing. open flames, as it gives off explo- sive gases.
  • Page 96 & C AINTENANCE ➀ Positive (+) Battery cable (Red) ➁ Negative (–) Battery cable (Black) ➂ Accessory (+) Lead (Red/Black) 4 Accessory (–) Lead (Black) CAUTION: BATTERY REMOVAL: Disconnect battery leads before removing the battery. Disconnect the negative (–) lead first. BATTERY INSTALLATION: Connect the red (+) lead and accessory red (+) lead to the positive (+) terminal of...
  • Page 97: Specifications

    & C AINTENANCE SPECIFICATIONS MODEL SR210: FRT1100F ITEM UNIT SX210: FRT1100A/B-F VEHICLE CAPACITY Maximum people on board Number of people Maximum load capacity (persons) 1675 DIMENSIONS Length feet / inches 23' 3" / 252" Beam feet / inches 8.6' /102.4" Draft inches 16"...
  • Page 98 & C AINTENANCE SPECIFICATIONS MODEL ITEM UNIT AR210: FRT1100C-E VEHICLE CAPACITY Maximum people on board Number of people Maximum load capacity 1675 DIMENSIONS Length feet / inches 21'3" / 255" Beam feet / inches 8.6' /102.4" Draft inches 16" Dry weight...
  • Page 99 Chapter 5 TROUBLESHOOTING & SPECIAL PROCEDURES TROUBLESHOOTING ........5-1 Troubleshooting Chart .
  • Page 100: Troubleshooting

    Yamaha Boat dealer or qualified mechanic for the proper service. The Troubleshooting Chart contains: “TROUBLE,” “POSSIBLE CAUSE,” “REMEDY,” and “REFER PAGE.”...
  • Page 101 • Refill as soon as possible Engine runs irregularly or Stale or • Have serviced at • Fuel stalls contaminated Yamaha dealer Water or dust • Have serviced at • Fuel filter collected Yamaha dealer Fouled or defective • Replace •...
  • Page 102: Special Procedures

    & S ROUBLESHOOTING PECIAL ROCEDURES SPECIAL WARNING PROCEDURES The operator of the towing boat must keep speed to a minimum and TOWING THE BOAT avoid traffic or obstacles which could be a hazard to the driver on the boat. RUNNING ON ONE ENGINE If one engine becomes inoperative, the properly running engine can be used to return to shore.
  • Page 103: Jump Starting

    & S ROUBLESHOOTING PECIAL ROCEDURES JUMP STARTING 2) Connect one end of the negative (–) jumper cable to the negative (–) ter- minal of the booster battery. 3) Connect the other end of the nega- tive (–) cable to an engine hanger on either side of the engine oil tank.
  • Page 104: Jet Pump Clean-Out Procedure

    Yamaha Boat Dealer. 2) Lift the hatch on the rear platform. 5) To reinstall the access port cap, first clean off any sand or other foreign matter from the cap or port surfaces.
  • Page 105 & S ROUBLESHOOTING PECIAL ROCEDURES 6) Press the T-handle down firmly to CAUTION: lock the cap in place. Pull up force- ● Be sure the caps are locked fully on the handle to be sure it is securely in place. Otherwise the locked.
  • Page 107 Owner’s Manual. The owner of the boat shall give notice to an authorized Yamaha Boat dealer of any and all appar- ent defects within ten (10) days of discovery and make the boat available at that time for inspec- tion and repairs at the dealer’s place of business.
  • Page 108 SPECIFIC PARTS EXCLUDED FROM WARRANTY; Parts replaced due to normal wear or rou- tine maintenance such as oil, spark plugs, fuel filters, impeller and liner, and anodes are not cov- ered by warranty. Charges for transporting the boat to and from an authorized Yamaha Boat dealer are excluded from warranty coverage.
  • Page 109 2. Explain the operation, maintenance, and warranty requirements to your satisfaction at the time of sale, and upon your request at any later date. In addition, each Yamaha Boat deal- er is held responsible for his setup, service and warranty repair work.
  • Page 110 5-year standard protection available to Yamaha owners like you, and only on the hull. while your Yamaha is still within the first year of the Yamaha Limited Warranty period. So ● Y.E.S. is designed and administered by the...
  • Page 111 & I ONSUMER NFORMATION NDEX BOATING TERMS TERM DEFINITION The front part of the boat. Deck The “floor” or upper structure which covers the hull. Give-Way The vessel which must yield the right-of-way when two boats meet. Gunwale The meeting junction of the deck and hull; the upper edge around the boat.
  • Page 112: Float Plan

    SAMPLE FLOAT PLAN Leave a float plan with a responsible person on shore before boating. The exam- ple below can be copied and used. FLOAT PLAN VESSEL INFORMATION BOAT MAKE: Yamaha MOTOR TYPE: Jet MODEL: LENGTH.: REGISTRATION NO: DECK COLOR:...
  • Page 113 & I ONSUMER NFORMATION NDEX Change of address (warranty) ..6-3 Checks: Access Port Caps ... . 3-6, 5-5 Access port caps ..3-6, 5-5 Adjustment and Maintenance .
  • Page 114 & I ONSUMER NFORMATION NDEX Depth finder ....2-10 Fuses and circuit breakers . . . 2-15, 4-16 Docking ..... . . 3-21 Drain plugs .
  • Page 115 & I ONSUMER NFORMATION NDEX Limit on starter motor Pre-operation checklist ... . 3-4 running period ....3-15 Pre-operation checks .
  • Page 116 Switches ....2-4, 2-6, 2-14 Y, Z Yamaha Extended Service (Y.E.S.) . . 6-4 Tachometers ....2-9 Throttle/shift .
  • Page 117 © 2006 YAMAHA MOTOR CORPORATION, USA Printed in USA LIT-18626-07-19...

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