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2005
Honda ARX1200T2/N2
AQUATRAX R-12X/R-12
OWNER'S MANUAL

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    2005 Honda ARX1200T2/N2 AQUATRAX R-12X/R-12 OWNER’S MANUAL...

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    ’ ’ ’ ’ NOTICE ’...

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    You WILL be KILLED or SERIOUSLY HURT if you don’t follow DANGER instructions. You CAN be KILLED or SERIOUSLY HURT if you don’t follow WARNING instructions. CAUTION You CAN be HURT if you don’t follow instructions. • — • — •...

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    PWC Safety ....... . . PWC Safety...

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    Important Safety Information Avoid Collisions – ’ PWC Safety...

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    Important Safety Information Ride Defensively Wear a PFD and Protective Clothing ’ Personal Watercraft Rider’s Handbook PWC Safety...

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    Important Safety Information Get Training Ride within Your Limits Don’t Drink and Ride ’ ’ ’ ’ PWC Safety...

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    Important Safety Information Keep Your Honda in Safe Condition ’ PWC Safety...

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    Footwear, gloves, and goggles/glasses are recommended. Bottom KNOW BOATING LAWS. Honda recommends a minimum operator age of 16 years old. Know the operator age and training requirements for your state. A boating safety course is recommended and may be required in your state.

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    Safety Labels ’ PWC Safety...

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    Safety Labels WARNING WARNING Overloading or improperly loading the PWC can make Starting the engine without ventilating the engine it difficult to control and could result in an accident. compartment can cause a fire or explosion. See Owner's Manual for loading information. See Owner's Manual.

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    Safety Labels PWC Safety...

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    PWC Safety...

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    Instruments & Controls ’ Instruments & Controls...

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    Instruments & Controls Instruments & Controls...

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    Component Locations front hood latch multi-function display indicators trim lock lever display control buttons trim lever throttle lever start button engine stop button/switch lock clip safety lanyard Instruments & Controls...

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    Component Locations front storage compartment handlebar reverse lever fire extinguisher compartment seat hood tool kit compartment sponson bow eyelet Instruments & Controls...

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    Component Locations grab rail fuel fill cap seat latch glove box owner’s manual storage sponson stern eyelets reboarding groove Instruments & Controls...

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    Component Locations footboard engine compartment UNDER HULL jet pump water intake ride plate grate drive shaft Instruments & Controls...

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    Component Locations exhaust outlet cooling water bypass outlet reverse bucket flushing connector bilge drain plug jet pump steering nozzle bilge drain plug Instruments & Controls...

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    Component Locations oil filter spark plugs bilge strainer oil filler cap/dipstick fuse box air filter battery throttle adjuster maintenance joint oil drain pipe cap Instruments & Controls...

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    Multi-function Display (1) tachometer (2) WARNING lamp (3) low battery voltage indicator (4) engine cooling water temperature indicator (5) LIMIT MODE indicator (6) low oil pressure indicator (7) PGM-FI malfunction indicator lamp (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (MIL) (8) SET button (9) MODE button (10) ID No.

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    Multi-function Display Display Check (1) multi-function display (2) tachometer Instruments & Controls...

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    Multi-function Display Instruments & Controls...

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    Multi-function Display Instruments & Controls...

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    Multi-function Display Instruments & Controls...

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    Multi-function Display Instruments & Controls...

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    Multi-function Display 3.41 US gal (12.9R) 16.64 US gal (63.0R) 3.41 US gal (12.9R) Instruments & Controls...

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    digital clock tachometer time meter tripmeter hourmeter...

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    NOTICE Continuing to ride with low oil pressure can cause serious engine damage. (1) low oil pressure indicator (2) WARNING lamp...

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    NOTICE Continuing to ride with an overheated engine can cause serious engine damage. (1) engine cooling water temperature indicator (2) WARNING lamp...

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    (1) low battery voltage indicator (2) WARNING lamp...

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    16.64 US gal (63.0R) (1) fuel gauge display 3.41 US gal (12.9R) (2) segment E (3) low fuel indicator...

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    (1) multi-function meter (2) MODE button (3) SET button...

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    • – • – (2) MODE button...

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    ’ (1) ID No. button (2) ID No. mark...

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    • ” ” (3) ID SET button...

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    (4) key mark...

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    To Create an ID Number...

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    • • (1) MODE button (2) LIMIT MODE indicator...

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    LEFT HANDLEBAR Starting Procedure (1) start button How to Stop the Engine, (2) engine stop button/switch...

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    LEFT HANDLEBAR ’ (1) safety lanyard (2) lock clip...

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    RIGHT HANDLEBAR (1) throttle lever...

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    LEFT HANDLEBAR • • • (1) trim lever...

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    LEFT HANDLEBAR (1) trim lever (2) trim lock lever...

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    LEFT SIDE Reverse Operation, (1) reverse lever (2) trigger REAR (3) reverse bucket...

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    ’ UNDER HULL REAR (1) jet pump water intake (2) grate (1) cooling water bypass outlet...

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    REAR REAR (1) bilge drain plugs (A) open (1) flushing connector (B) close...

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    FRONT/REAR (1) jet pump steering nozzle (2) handlebar...

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    FRONT (1) bow eyelet REAR (2) stern eyelets...

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    REAR (1) grab rail...

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    • • • • Not wearing a PFD increases the chance of drowning if you fall overboard. Be sure you and your passenger always wear a PFD and other protective apparel when you ride.

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    ’ — — Personal Watercraft Rider’s Handbook...

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    ’ Engine Compartment Improperly maintaining this personal watercraft or failing to correct a problem before riding can cause a crash in which you can be seriously hurt or killed. Starting the engine without ventilating Always perform a pre-ride inspection the engine compartment can cause a before every ride and correct any fire or explosion and you or others problems.

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    Steering Bilge Throttle Leaks Fire Extinguisher ’...

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    Bilge Drain Safety Plugs Lanyard Jet Pump Water Intake Fuel Level Loose Parts, Latches Reverse System Hull...

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    Engine Oil Flushing Procedure, Off-throttle Steering System (OTS) Engine Start & Stop Engine Cooling System...

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    Load Limits Cargo...

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    2 persons 338 lbs (153.5 kg) ’ = 6.6 lbs (3 kg) = 1 lbs (0.5 kg)

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    • • Overloading or improper loading can make the personal watercraft difficult to control and could result in an accident. Follow all load limits and other loading guidelines in this manual.

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    FRONT ’ (1) glove box 1 lb (0.5 kg) (2) tab (3) glove box lid (4) rubber grommet...

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    Storing fuel in the front storage compartment can cause a fire or explosion that can result in injury or death. Do not store fuel or other flammable liquids in this unventilated compartment.

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    FRONT 6.6 lbs (3 kg) (1) front storage compartment (2) hood latch (3) hood (4) rubber grommet...

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    FRONT (1) fire extinguisher compartment (2) lid...

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    Safe Riding Precautions ....68 PWC Propulsion ....69 Navigation Rules .

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    PWC Safety Before Riding ’...

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    WARNING When the engine is running, long hair, PFD straps or loose clothing can be sucked into the intake grate and become entangled in the impeller. A person can be held under the water and drown. • Do not start the engine if anyone is in the water near the personal watercraft.

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    (1) safety lanyard (3) engine stop button/switch (2) lock clip (4) start button...

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    – ’ If Your Engine Quits or Won’t Start,...

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    NOTICE Starting or stopping the engine in less than three feet of water can damage the jet pump if ’ debris or weeds are drawn in. 3 feet (90cm)

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    (1) engine stop button/switch (2) lock clip...

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    NOTICE Starting or stopping the engine in less than three feet of water can damage the jet pump if debris or weeds are drawn in.

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    WARNING If a passenger falls off the back of a personal watercraft after the operator opens the throttle, water can be forced into lower body cavities, causing severe internal injuries. • Do not start the engine until the passenger is seated properly and holding on.

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    • • throttle OFF throttle ON ’ ’...

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    WARNING Shifting to reverse at higher forward speeds may cause abrupt deceleration. You and your passenger could be thrown forward or off of the personal watercraft and be seriously injured. Shift to reverse only while the engine is idling or off.

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    130 yards (120 m)

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    • • • NOTICE Starting or stopping the engine in less than three feet of water can damage the jet pump if debris or weeds are drawn in. • •...

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    Load Limits, Loading Guidelines,...

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    WARNING If a passenger falls off the back of a personal watercraft after the operator opens the throttle, water can be forced into lower body cavities, causing severe internal injuries. • Do not start the engine until the passenger is seated properly and holding on.

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    NOTICE Operating the engine out of water at high rpm or for longer than 15 seconds at a time may cause severe engine and/or exhaust system damage. • ’...

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    ’ • NOTICE High pressure water (or air) can damage • certain parts of your personal watercraft. Storing Your Honda...

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    “ ” ’ Before You Service Your Honda ’...

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    Service Preparations ’ Service Procedures...

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    Type of Inspection/Service Refer to page : When Performed Who Performs Pre-ride Inspection before every ride Post-ride Maintenance after every ride Maintenance Schedule interval on schedule your Honda PWC dealer*...

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    WARNING ’ Improperly maintaining this personal watercraft or failing to correct a problem before you ride can cause a crash in which you can be seriously hurt or killed. Always follow the inspection and ’ maintenance recommendations and schedules in this owner’s manual.

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    WARNING Failure to properly follow maintenance instructions and precautions can cause you to be seriously hurt or killed. Always follow the procedures and precautions in this owner's manual.

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    fuel fill cap throttle owner’s manual storage bag seat rear cover handlebar reverse lever rear tray fuel tank trim lever tool kit compartment...

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    oil filler cap/dipstick oil filter spark plugs bilge strainer fuse box (FRONT) (REAR) battery air filter throttle adjuster maintenance joint oil drain pipe cap ’...

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    flushing connector reverse bucket bilge drain plugs...

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    Safety Precautions REAR (1) knobs (3) OPEN position (2) rear cover (4) CLOSE position...

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    Safety Precautions UNDER REAR COVER (1) knob (2) rear tray NOTICE Install the rear tray securely, or water may enter the compartment and possibly cause severe engine damage.

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    • • • • • UNDER REAR COVER • • • • • • (1) tool kit (2) tool kit compartment...

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    ’ FRONT ’ ’ (1) owner’s manual storage bag (2) glove box...

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    Safety Precautions (1) seat latch (3) seat prong (2) seat ’...

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    Safety Precautions Type premium unleaded Pump Octane 91 (or higher) Number...

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    Safety Precautions 16.64 US gal (63.0R) (1) front hood (3) fuel fill cap (2) front storage box...

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    WARNING Gasoline is highly flammable and explosive. You can be burned or seriously injured when handling fuel. • Stop the engine and keep heat, sparks and flame away. • Handle fuel only outdoors. • Wipe up spills immediately. (4) filler tube neck (5) hole...

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    The oil in the oil tank moves toward the engine body (crankcase). Oil level with the engine stopped right after warming up.

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    API service label. viscosity SAE 10W-40 (weight) JASO T 903 MA or MB standard suggested oil Pro Honda GN4, HP4 (without molybdenum additives), or HP4M (with NOT RECOMMENDED molybdenum additives) 4-stroke oil, or an equivalent motorcycle oil.

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    PRODUCT MEETING JASO T 903 COMPANY GUARANTEEING THIS MA PERFORMANCE: (1) code number of the sales company of the oil (2) indication of classification of oil...

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    ENGINE COMPARTMENT Safety Precautions (1) oil filler cap/dipstick (4) oil filler cap hole (2) oil drain pipe cap (3) oil drain pipe...

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    • To check the oil level. • NOTICE • Start the engine before turning on the water ’ to prevent flow through the exhaust pipe back into the engine where it could cause severe damage. • Avoid running the engine without water flow for more than 15 seconds to prevent severe engine and exhaust system damage.

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    NOTICE Avoid running the engine without water flow ° ° for more than 15 seconds to prevent severe engine and exhaust system damage.

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    ENGINE COMPARTMENT ’ • – • – (5) oil filler cap/dipstick (6) upper level mark (7) lower level mark...

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    Safety Precautions ’ NOTICE Using the wrong oil filter may result in leaks or premature engine damage.

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    ENGINE COMPARTMENT Drain the Engine Oil: (1) oil filler cap/dipstick (3) oil filler cap hole (2) oil drain pipe cap (4) oil drain pipe...

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    Install a New Oil Filter: ENGINE COMPARTMENT NOTICE Improper disposal of drained fluids is (5) oil filter harmful to the environment.

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    Add Engine Oil: 4.5 US qt (4.3R) 4.3 US qt (4.1R) (6) oil filter rubber seal 4.4 US qt (4.2R) 4.2 US qt (4.0R) · · · 20 lbf ft (26 N m, 2.7 kgf...

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    NOTICE Running the engine without water flow for NOTICE more than 15 seconds can cause severe Turning on the water before starting the engine and exhaust system damage. engine will allow water to flow through the exhaust pipe back into the engine where it could cause severe damage.

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    Safety Precautions NOTICE Improper or lack of proper air filter ’ maintenance can cause poor performance and premature engine wear. NOTICE Using the wrong air filter may result in premature engine damage.

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    UNDER SEAT (1) springs (2) air box cover (3) air filter...

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    UNDER SEAT (1) springs (3) air filter (2) air box cover (4) filter holder rods...

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    RIGHT HANDLEBAR...

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    ENGINE COMPARTMENT ENGINE COMPARTMENT (1) maintenance joint (2) joint hole A (3) joint hole B...

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    LEFT HANDLEBAR...

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    REAR ABOVE FUEL TANK...

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    • HANDLEBAR PIVOT SHAFT (1) screws (2) clips...

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    REAR ENGINE COMPARTMENT...

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    Safety Precautions 1/16–1/4 in (2–6 mm) RIGHT HANDLEBAR (1) throttle lever...

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    ENGINE COMPARTMENT (2) sleeve (3) adjuster (4) lock nut...

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    Safety Precautions...

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    “ ” ’ 1,200 ± 100 rpm...

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    standard spark IMR9D-9H (NGK) plug • • “ ” “ ” NOTICE Using spark plugs with an improper heat range can cause engine damage.

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    ENGINE COMPARTMENT Safety Precautions NOTICE Getting the ignition connectors wet can damage the ignition system. (1) ignition connectors (2) bolts...

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    ENGINE COMPARTMENT ENGINE COMPARTMENT (3) ignition coils (4) spark plug wrench ’...

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    • • (5) spark plug gap NOTICE Improperly tightened spark plugs can damage the engine. Too loose, you can burn a piston. Too tight, you can damage the threads.

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    Safety Precautions CAUTION When running the engine on land, hot water and steam can spurt from REAR the cooling water bypass outlet and the exhaust outlet and may cause burns to people in the area. Keep people away from the rear of the personal watercraft when the engine is running.

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    ’ NOTICE Start the engine before turning on the water to prevent flow through the exhaust pipe back into the engine where it could cause severe damage. If the engine stops during this procedure, immediately stop the water flow and resume from step 3.

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    NOTICE Operating the engine out of water at high rpm or for longer than 15 seconds at a time may cause severe engine and/or exhaust system damage.

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    Safety Precautions ENGINE COMPARTMENT (1) bilge strainer ’...

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    “ ” (1) multi-function meter (2) MODE button ’...

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    (3) segments...

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    – Battery NOTICE Storage, Your battery is a maintenance-free type and can be permanently damaged if the cap strip is removed.

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    WARNING Safety Precautions The battery gives off explosive hydrogen gas during normal operation. A spark or flame can cause the battery to explode with enough force to kill or seriously hurt you. Wear protective clothing and a face shield, or have a skilled mechanic do the battery maintenance.

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    ENGINE COMPARTMENT – (1) negative (–) terminal lead (black) (2) positive (+) terminal lead (red) (3) rubber bands (4) battery ’...

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    Safety Precautions (1) “trickle” charger...

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    Safety Precautions • – –...

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    • Safety Precautions NOTICE High pressure water (or air) can damage certain parts of your personal watercraft. • ’...

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    • Safety Precautions...

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    Tips Tips...

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    Storing Your Honda Preparation for Storage Safety Precautions WARNING Gasoline is highly flammable and explosive. You can be burned or seriously injured when handling fuel. • Stop the engine and keep heat, sparks and flame away. • Handle fuel only outdoors.

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    Storing Your Honda • • • 51.2 inches (130 cm) • • Tips...

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    Storing Your Honda NOTICE Avoid running the engine without water flow • for more than 15 seconds to prevent severe • engine and exhaust system damage. • • • • Tips...

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    Storing Your Honda • • • – • • • • ’ Tips...

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    Storing Your Honda Tips...

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    Storing Your Honda WARNING Removal from Storage Safety Precautions Starting the engine without ventilating the engine compartment can cause a fire or explosion and you or others could be seriously – injured or killed. Always vent the engine compartment before starting the engine.

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    Storing Your Honda • • Tips...

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    Transporting Your PWC Tips...

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    You & The Environment • Refuel Carefully. ’ • Ride in Approved Areas. • Choose Sensible Cleaners. • Keep the Noise Down. Tips...

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    You & The Environment • Recycle Wastes. Tips...

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    Tips...

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    ’ Starter motor doesn't operate Starter motor works, but the engine won't – start –...

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    See Flooded Engine (page 77) . loose or unconnected ignition coil Install the ignition coil connectors and ignition coils securely. If connectors and ignition coils the engine still won't start, see your Honda PWC dealer. loose battery cables Tighten the battery terminal bolts. weak battery Charge the battery (page 164) .

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    SYMPTOM: Engine starts, but runs poorly. POSSIBLE CAUSE WHAT TO DO idles roughly, too fast, stalls See your Honda PWC dealer. overheating Check the cooling water bypass outlet. If water is not flowing, shut off the engine. Refer to If Your Engine Overheats, page 186.

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    • • • • NOTICE Continuing to ride with an overheated engine can cause serious engine damage. • •...

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    • • • — — NOTICE Continuing to ride with low oil pressure can cause serious engine damage.

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    main fuse 30 A other fuses 5 A, 7.5 A...

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    Main Fuse Access: ENGINE COMPARTMENT (3) blown fuse (1) main fuse (2) fuse box cover ’ (4) spare main fuse...

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    Circuit Fuse Access: ENGINE COMPARTMENT (5) spare fuses NOTICE Replacing a fuse with one that has a higher rating greatly increases the chance of damage to the electrical system.

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    NOTICE Towing your personal watercraft at speeds exceeding 10 mph can cause water to flood into the engine. • • •...

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    (1) uprighting procedure label (2) grate (3) outside bumper...

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    – – If Your PWC Is Submerged...

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    ° NOTICE Rotating the personal watercraft counterclockwise to its left side, and maintaining this position while cleaning the intake system, could allow a substantial 90° MAX amount of oil to leak from the engine.

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    LEFT AND RIGHT SIDE Quick Reference (1) registration identification number...

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    UNDER SEAT RIGHT SIDE (3) engine number (2) hull identification number (HIN)

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    Quick Reference BEHIND FRONT HOOD (4) color label...

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    45.4 in (1,154 mm) overall height 40.8 in (1,036 mm) Weight dry weight ARX1200T2: 746 lbs (338.4 kg) ARX1200N2: 715 lbs (324.6 kg) Fuel & Lubricants fuel recommendation unleaded premium gasoline, pump octane number of 91 or higher fuel tank capacity 16.64 US gal (63.0R)

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    API service label SAE 10W-40 JASO 4T Standard MA or MB Pro Honda GN4, HP4 or HP4M 4-stroke oil or an equivalent motorcycle oil lubricant Water-displacement corrosion-proof lubricant (without Teflon or molybdenum additives, such as CRC 6-56 or equivalent)

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    : 0.01 in (0.26 mm) spark plug gap 0.031 – 0.035 in (0.80 – 0.90 mm) no adjustment 1,200 ± 100 rpm idle speed Performance ARX1200T2: 121.4 kW (165 HP)/6,100 rpm maximum output ARX1200N2: 91.9 kW (125 HP)/7,000 rpm fuel consumption ARX1200T2: 13.84 US gal/hour (52.4R /hour, at full throttle)

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    Propulsion System jet pump type Axial flow, single stage minimum level for 3 feet (90 cm) jet pump operation impeller 3-blade stainless steel Hull hull material fiberglass reinforced plastic Electrical battery 12 V-18 AH generator 0.31 kW/5,000 rpm Fuses main 30 A other fuses 5 A, 7.5 A...

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    Tampering and Altering • The U.S. and California Clean Air Acts •...

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    (1) vehicle emission control information label...

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    PGM-FI System Ignition Timing Control System...

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    The Star Label means Cleaner Marine Engines ’...

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    NOTICE Oxygenated fuels can damage paint and plastic. Damage caused by spilled fuel is not covered by warranty.

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    Publication item No. Description Price Each* 61HW3C02 2005 ARX1200T2/N2 $54.00 Service Manual CD-ROM 61HW302 2005 ARX1200T2/N2 Service Manual $60.00 61CM002 Common Service Manual $48.00 31HW3620 2005 ARX1200T2/N2 Owner’s Manual $16.00 *Prices are subject to change without notice and without incurring obligation.

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    NOTE: For Credit Card Orders Only – – Publication item No. Item Description Qty. Price Each* Total Price Sub total *Prices are subject to change without notice and without incurring obligation. Mich. Purchasers Add 6 % Sales Tax Handling Charge $4.00 Orders are mailed within 10 days.

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    NOTE: Dealers and Companies please provide dealer or company name, and also the name of the person to whose attention the shipment should be sent. Customer Name Attention Street Address - No P.O. Box Number Apartment Number City State Zip Code Daytime Telephone Number ( Check or money order enclosed payable to Helm Inc.

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    Before You Service Your Honda...

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    ’ Service Preparations ’ Service Procedures...

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    16.64 US gal (63.0R) 338 lbs (153.5 kg) IMR9D-9H 30 A 5 A, 7.5 A...

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