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THIS OWNER’S MANUAL power is properly mounted. to operate the outboard if any passenger while the boat is near any person poisonous carbon monoxide. garage or confined flammable and is explosive area with the engine flames or sparks where refueling.
CAMSHAFT PULLEY FUEL TANK CAUTION LABEL 0 ESSUYER TOUTE 2. WARNING LABELS FRONT LABEL Check Controler d’huile STARTING CAUTION . DO NOT OPERATE . PULL STARTER k lARD THEN PULL OTEUR VlTESSES AV POINT LABEL . NE PAS FAIRE FONCTIONNER * TIPER LE LANCEUR RECOIL...
3. COMPONENT ODENTUFICATOON FUEL LINE CONN STARTER GRIP THROTTLE FRICTION ENGINE COVER GEAR LEVEL WATER INTAKE GEAR DRAIN FUEL (FEMALE) KNOB LOCK LEVER BOLT BOLT FUEL TANK TOOL PRIMER BULB LINE CONNECTOR SPARE CONTAINER...
DIPSTICK ;;;;;r;-;TTON SPARE SHEAR COTTER TILT LEVER ENGINE DRAIN CLAMP SCREW ENGINE SERIAL * Always list the serial number ordering parts. ANTI-CAVITATION EXHAUST WATER CHECK PINS PINS SCREW NUMBER when PLATE TUBE...
4. INSTALLATION It is your responsibility boat suitable the engine horsepower BFlOO, 7.5 horsepower BF75). Do not exceed the boat manufacturer’s power dation. Damage result. 1. Installation Position Install at the stern at the center line of the boat. 2. Installation...
(B) and pull out to remove. 2. Inserting the rod in the proper hole, twist it down to lock. -CAUTION: To prevent the motor or boat, make sure the adjusting rod is locked. with the water INCORRECT CAUSES BOAT TO “PLOW’...
5. PRE-OPERATION CHECK 1. Check the engine’oil CAUTION: Engine oil is a major factor affecting Non-detergent and low quality Running the engine with insufficient Use Honda 4-stroke oil, or an equiv- alent high detergent, motor oil certified exceed U.S. automobile facturer’s requirements Classification...
2. Check the fuel level Check the fuel gauge and refill the tank if the fuel level is low. NOTE: Open the vent knob before removing vent knob is firmly closed, the cap will be difficult Use any regular grade automotive with a pump octane...
3. Check the following Check the propeller, secure and undamaged. Check the stern bracket to be sure the motor is securely Check steering handle operation. Make sure you have the tool kit and spare parts with you (P. 26). items. the shear pin, and the cotter pin to be sure they are installed.
CAUTION: Damage to the water system may occur if the motor water. 1. Connect the fuel line to the tank and outboard the connectors are securely latched. NOTE: Position the fuel tank so the tank fuel line connector meter (3.3 ft) below the motor fuel line connector. Do not place the fuel tank more than 2 meters (6.6 ft) away from the motor.
Starting 1. Put the shift lever in NEUTRAL. 2. Align the throttle grip START’ position with the mark on the steering handle. START...
3. In temperatures below 20” C (68” F) use the choke knob. 4. Pull the starter rope slowly until a resistance is felt, then pull briskly. NOTE: Do not allow hand. CHOKE the starter grip to snap back. Return KNOB it slowly...
5. The oil pressure indicator above idle speed. If the lamp goes off, stop the engine immediately, .the engine oil level and inspect engine for oil leaks. OIL PRESSURE.INDICATOR 6. After starting, be sure water is flowing CAUTION: If water does not flow engine.
Emergency Starting If the recoil starter is not working spare starter rope in the tool kit. 1. Remove the engine cover. 2. Remove the recoil starter by removing the three 6 mm bolts. 3. Wind the spare rope clockwise CAUTION: Keep clear of moving parts.
7. OPERATION 1. Gear Shifting The engine has 3 gears: FORWARD, indicator at the base of the gear shift lever aligns with the letters F, N, or R on the engine case to show the gear that has been selected. Turn the throttle grip to SHIFT to decrease engine speed before moving the gear shift lever.
2. Steering To turn to the right, swing the steering handle to the left. To turn to the left, swing the handle to the right. Boats equipped steering wheel are controlled For smooth steering, adjust the steering friction felt when turning. in the same way as a car.
NOTE: passengers and equipment be distributed to balance the boat evenly from side to side and parallel to the water from front to back. grip speed. open at a steady friction speed control,...
4. Tilting the Motor Tilt the motor to prevent the propeller when the boat is beached or stopped in shallow water. 1. Stop the engine and put the shift lever into NEUTRAL. 2. Pull the tilt lever toward raise the engine to either the 32.5” or 72” tilt position.
Don’t allow the motor to strike against the pier or other boats. CAUTION: avoid damaging the motor, never use it as a handle for lif- ting or moving the boat.
5. Battery Charging and Lighting The DC receptacle provides a 12 V, 60 W current for 12 V battery and lighting. The circuit removing the engine cover. An electrical plug for the DC receptacle your charging or lighting Batteries cigarettes away.
8. STOPPING THE ENGONE 1. Turn the throttle grip to SHIFT and move the shift lever to NEUTRAL. 2. Push the stop button High altitude operation At high altitude, the standard ly rich. Performance will decrease, High altitude performance main fuel jet in the carburetor always operate...
Periodic maintenance and adjustment best operating condition. Shut off the engine before performing engine must be run, contains poisonous carbon monoxide CAUTION: If the engine must be run, make sure there is water at least 4 inches above the cavitation plate, otherwise cooling water, and the engine will overheat.
Tool kit and spare parts The following tools and spare parts are supplied with the outboard maintenance, adjustment, The tool kit and oil bottle Spare shear pins and cotter pins are located on the stern bracket. TOOL KIT 9 x 12 mm WRENCH 10 x 12 mm WRENCH 8 mm WRENCH lzLz-30...
Engine Oil Change Drain the oil while the engine draining. 1. Remove the engine cover. .Remove the drain screw and filler cap, and drain the oil. Reinstall the drain screw. 2. Fill the crankcase with the recommended level with the dipstick the 800 cc mark.
Gear Oil Check/Change Oil Level Check Check the oil level when engine is in the vertical screw and see if oil flows out. If no oil comes out, fill through hole until the oil starts to flow out through water in the oil, the water will flow out first when the drain screw is removed, or the oil will be a milky color.
Spark Plug Service Recommended spark plug: DR-5HS (NGK), XlGFSR-U 1. Remove the engine cover. 2. Remove the spark plug cap. 3. Use the wrench supplied 4. Visually inspect the spark plug. Discard it if the insulator ped. Clean the spark plug with a wire brush if it is to be reused. 5.
Cleaning and Flushing After each use in salt water or dirty outboard motor. 1. Wash the outside of the outboard 2. Flush the cooling system, outboard motor. a. Attach a hose from a fresh water faucet to the flush kit hose coupler. b.
Lubrication Wipe the outside of the engine anti-corrosion grease to the following CLAMP SCREWS SWIVEL CASE TILT LINKAGE NOTE: Apply anti-corrosion penetrate. with a cloth dipped parts: THROTTLE CABLE SHIFT SHAFT HANDLE PIVOT PROPELLER pivot surfaces in oil. Apply marine PIVOT PIVOT ’...
Shear Pin Change A shear pin is used to protect the propeller when the propeller strikes an obstruction. 1. Remove the cotter pin, the propeller 2. Remove the broken shear pin and replace it with a new one. 3. Install the propeller, 4.
Fuel strainer replacement The fuel strainer is located or sediment accumulated starting. To prevent engine ((SERVICE PERIOD)) Every Gasoline is flammable smoke or allow flames or sparks near the outboard fuel. Always work in a well-ventilated Be sure that any fuel drained from the outboard container.
4. Remove the clamps to the motor. Turn the fuel tank primer bulb, and check Contact an authorized accumulated in the fuel strainer. CARBURETOR used to close the fuel tubes. vent knob for leaks. Honda dealer if you find excessive Connect the fuel tank line to the ON position,...
Servicing a Submerged Motor A submerged motor must be serviced immediately the water in order to minimize If there is a Honda immediately to the dealer. follows: 1. Remove the engine cover, and rinse the motor with fresh water to remove salt water, sand, mud, etc.
10. TRANSPORTING/STORAGE 1. Disconnect the fuel line and install the cap on the engine fuel inlet. Firmly close the fuel cap vent knob. FUEL LINE COb.iNECTbk 2. Loosen the carburetor container. After draining, Be careful not to spill fuel. Fuel vapor or spilled fuel may ignite. CAUTION: In cold weather, pump, pull the recoil starter several times to flush the water out.
To carry, hold the motor handle and engine cover lock lever as shown engine cover. 4. Transport and store the motor here, with the steering handle raised. Vertical transport or storage: Attach the stern bracket to a stand. Horizontal transport (steering handle side of the motor).
1 ‘I. TROUBLESHOOTONG Engine Will Not Start: 1. Is the shift lever in neutral? 2. Is there fuel in the fuel tank? 3. Is the fuel cap knob turned to ON? 4. Is the fuel system primed by squeezing the primer bulb? 5.
WIRING DIAGRAM Component Identification I SP 1 Spark Plug Ignition Coil ’ Engine Stop button 1 FW Fly Wheel 1 Neutral Switch Wire color 1 BI 1 Bu BllW Black Yellow Blue Green Brown White Oranae Black/White...
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