Download Print this page

Honda HSS928A Owner's Manual

Hide thumbs


Owner's Manual


Click to Save As
00X31V45 A100



  Also See for Honda HSS928A

  Related Manuals for Honda HSS928A

  Summary of Contents for Honda HSS928A

  • Page 1: Snow Blower

    Owner’s Manual SNOW BLOWER HSS928A•HSS1332A Click to Save As 00X31V45 A100...
  • 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. California Proposition 65 This product contains or emits chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm Keep this owner’s manual handy, so you can refer to it any time.
  • Page 3 INTRODUCTION Congratulations on your selection of a Honda snow blower! We are certain you will be pleased with your purchase of one of the finest snow blowers on the market. We want to help you get the best results from your new snow blower and to operate it safely.
  • Page 4 INTRODUCTION A FEW WORDS ABOUT SAFETY Your safety and the safety of others are very important. And using this snowblower safely is an important responsibility. To help you make informed decisions about safety, we have provided operating procedures and other information on labels and in this manual.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS SNOW BLOWER SAFETY............5 IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION........5 SAFETY LABEL LOCATIONS ...........8 INITIAL USE INSTRUCTIONS .............9 LIST OF LOOSE PARTS ............9 ADD ENGINE OIL..............10 REGISTER YOUR SNOW BLOWER .........11 BEFORE USING YOUR SNOW BLOWER ........11 CONTROLS & FEATURES ............12 COMPONENT & CONTROL LOCATIONS.........12 CONTROLS.................14 Engine Switch..............14 Auger Lock Indicator HSS1332A (ATD only)......14...
  • Page 6 Emission Control System Information ........72 Air Index .................74 Specifications ..............75 CONSUMER INFORMATION .............77 Dealer Locator Information ..........77 Honda Publications ............77 Customer Service Information ..........78 DISTRIBUTOR’S LIMITED WARANTY ........80 EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM WARRANTY ......82 PRODUCT REGISTRATION CARD ......Inside rear cover...
  • Page 7: Snow Blower Safety

    SNOW BLOWER SAFETY IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION Honda snow blowers are designed to clear snow from driveways and walkways. Other uses can result in injury to the operator or damage to the snow blower and other property. Most injuries or property damage with snow blowers can be prevented if you follow all instructions in this manual and on the snow blower.
  • Page 8 SNOW BLOWER SAFETY Keep Shields in Place Guards and shields are designed to protect you from being hit by thrown objects and to keep you from touching hot engine parts and moving components. For your safety and the safety of others, keep all shields in place when the engine is running.
  • Page 9 SNOW BLOWER SAFETY Operating Conditions Do not use the snow blower when visibility is poor. Under conditions of poor visibility, there is a greater risk of striking an obstacle or causing injury. Adjust the snow discharge chute to avoid hitting bystanders or vehicles.
  • Page 10: Safety Label Locations

    SNOW BLOWER SAFETY SAFETY LABEL LOCATIONS These labels warn you of potential hazards that can cause serious injury. Read them carefully. If a label comes off or becomes hard to read, contact your Honda snow blower dealer for a replacement.
  • Page 11: Initial Use Instructions

    LIST OF LOOSE PARTS Remove the loose parts carton and compare the loose parts against the following list. Contact an authorized Honda dealer from whom you purchased the snow blower if any of the loose parts shown are not included with your snow blower.
  • Page 12: Add Engine Oil

    2.Add oil from the included bottle(s) of oil into the oil filler opening to the top of the filler opening (upper limit). All Honda engines are run at the factory prior to packaging. Most of the oil is removed prior to shipment; however, some oil remains in the engine.
  • Page 13: Register Your Snow Blower

    INITIAL USE INSTRUCTIONS PLEASE REGISTER YOUR SNOW BLOWER Please take a few minutes and register your purchase with Honda. You can register: • By completing and mailing the registration card on the inside the back cover of this book • Going on-line to
  • Page 14: Controls & Features

  • Page 16: Controls

    CONTROLS & FEATURES CONTROLS Engine Switch The engine switch controls the ignition system. The key can only be inserted and removed when turned to OFF. (Recoil Starter AT, AW) OFF – Stops the engine. RECOIL ENGINE SWITCH ON – Running position, and for starting with the recoil starter.
  • Page 17: Fuel Valve Lever And Fuel Gauge

    CONTROLS & FEATURES Hour Meter (Electric Starter HSS1332A ATD): OFF – The accumulated engine HOUR METER running time indicator is off. ON – The hour meter comes on, then the accumulated engine run- ning time is shown. START – After starting, the dot of the hour meter blinks and the engine running time is accumulated.
  • Page 18: Throttle Lever And Choke Knob

    CONTROLS & FEATURES Throttle Lever The throttle lever controls engine speed from SLOW to FAST, it will stay in any designated position. NOTE: For best snow blowing performance, keep the throttle lever in the FAST position. FAST FAST FAST SLOW SLOW SLOW THROTTLE LEVER...
  • Page 19: Shift Lever

    CONTROLS & FEATURES Shift Lever Forward and reverse directions can be selected by shifting this lever; it will also remain in any designated position. Actual movement of the snow blower will take affect when the drive clutch lever is engaged. Set the lever in ‘‘N’’...
  • Page 20: Drive Clutch Lever And Auger Clutch Lever

    CONTROLS & FEATURES Drive clutch lever Depress the drive clutch lever to move the snow blower forward or backward based on the position of the shift lever (see previous page). If the snow blower is to be transported, depress the drive clutch lever without the auger clutch lever.
  • Page 21: Steering Controls

    CONTROLS & FEATURES When both levers are depressed, the drive clutch lever locks the auger clutch lever down. Releasing the drive clutch lever then unlocks and releases the auger clutch lever. DRIVE CLUTCH LEVER LOCKED Both levers depressed The auger clutch lever remains locked down as long as one hand continues to depress the drive clutch lever.
  • Page 22 CONTROLS & FEATURES Pull the left steering control lever against the handlebar to turn the snow blower to the left. LEFT TURN Pull the right steering control lever against the handlebar to turn the snow blower to the right. RIGHT TURN NOTE: Do not partially engage or release the steering control levers.
  • Page 23: Height Adjust Lever (At, Atd Track Models)

    CONTROLS & FEATURES Height adjust lever (AT, ATD) Use the infinitely variable height adjust lever to change the height of the auger housing. 1)Hold the handlebar with both hands and depress the lever with your left thumb. 2)Move the handle up or down as needed to obtain the desired auger height position.
  • Page 24: Features

    CONTROLS & FEATURES FEATURES LED Work Light LED WORK LIGHT The light comes ON while the engine is running, and it goes OFF when the engine stops. The light does not come ON when the engine switch is turned ON unless the engine is started.
  • Page 25: Hour Meter Hss1332A (Atd Only)

    CONTROLS & FEATURES Hour meter HSS1332A (ATD only) The hour meter shows the accumulated engine running time of the snow blower. Use it as a guide for inspection or maintenance. When the engine switch is turned to the ‘‘ON’’ position, the total accumulated engine running time is shown.
  • Page 26: Auger Lock Indicator Hss1332A (Atd Only)

    CONTROLS & FEATURES Auger-lock indicator HSS1332A (ATD only) The auger-lock indicator comes on when the engine switch is turned to ‘‘ON’’ position, then goes off after starting the engine. To prevent damage to the auger and/or auger transmission, the snow blower stops the engine and blinks the red auger-lock indicator under following conditions: AUGER-LOCK INDICATOR...
  • Page 27: Before Operation

    BEFORE OPERATION ARE YOU READY TO GET STARTED? Your safety is your responsibility. A little time spent in preparation will significantly reduce the risk of injury. Knowledge Read and understand this manual. Know what the controls do and how to operate them. Familiarize yourself with the snow blower and its operation before you begin using it.
  • Page 28: Check The General Condition Of The Snow Blower

    BEFORE OPERATION Check the General Condition of the Snow blower: • Before each use, look around and underneath the snow blower for signs of oil or gasoline leaks. • Check the auger housing and the discharge chute for accumulation of packed snow or ice. Clean the auger housing and discharge chute before starting the snow blower.
  • Page 29: Check Your Work Area

    BEFORE OPERATION CHECK YOUR WORK AREA For your safety and the safety of others, always inspect the area before operating the snow blower. Objects Anything that can be picked up by the augers and thrown is a potential hazard to you and others. Thoroughly inspect the area where the equipment is to be used and remove all doormats, newspapers, sleds, boards, wires, stones, and nails from the work area.
  • Page 30: Operation

    OPERATION SNOW BLOWING PRECAUTIONS Before operating the snow blower for the first time, please review both the SNOW BLOWER SAFETY chapter (see page 5) and the BEFORE OPERATION chapter (see page 25). Even if you have operated other snow blowers, take time to become familiar with how this snow blower works, and practice in a safe area until you build up your skills.
  • Page 31: Starting The Engine

    OPERATION STARTING THE ENGINE N (Neutral) 1.Move the shift lever to ‘‘N’’ (Neutral) position. SHIFT LEVER 2.Be sure that the drain knob is tightened securely. Turn the fuel valve to the ON position. FUEL VALVE LEVER DRAIN KNOB 3.In cold weather or when the engine is cold, pull the choke knob to the CLOSED position and move the throttle lever to the FAST position.
  • Page 32 OPERATION Electric-start Models (ATD, AWD type): a. Turn the engine switch to the START position and release START the switch after the engine has started. The switch auto- matically returns to the ON position. Do not operate the starter for more than 1 minute.
  • Page 33 OPERATION 5.Let the engine warm up for several minutes. If the choke knob has been pulled to the CLOSED position to start the engine, gradually push it to the OPEN position as the engine warms up. Move the throttle lever to the SLOW position. FAST SLOW OPEN...
  • Page 34: Stopping The Engine

    OPERATION b. Squeeze the drive DRIVE clutch lever for about DRIVE CLUTCH LEVER CLUTCH 30 seconds to warm DISENGAGE up the transmission fluid. ENGAGE STOPPING THE ENGINE To stop the engine in an emergency, simply turn the engine switch to the OFF position.
  • Page 35 OPERATION 1.Release the auger and drive clutch levers. The drive and snow blowing mechanism will stop operation. DRIVE CLUTCH LEVER AUGER CLUTCH LEVER 2.Move the shift lever to ‘‘N’’ (Neutral) position. N (Neutral) SHIFT LEVER 3.Turn the throttle lever to the SLOW FAST position.
  • Page 36 OPERATION 4.Turn the engine switch to the OFF position. ENGINE SWITCH 5.Turn the fuel valve to the OFF position. FUEL VALVE LEVER...
  • Page 37: Clearing Snow

    OPERATION CLEARING SNOW 1.Move the throttle lever to the FAST FAST position for normal operation. 2.Release the auger clutch lever, N (Neutral) and move the shift lever to F (Forward) SLOW select the desired drive speed. SLOW FAST R (Reverse) Slower speed is recommended FAST for removing deep or hard-...
  • Page 38 OPERATION 6.Depress the drive clutch lever to self-propel the snow blower. If the transmission DRIVE CLUTCH LEVER shift lever (see page 35) is in the Locked by drive clutch lever FORWARD (F) position, the hydrostatic drive will propel the snow blower forward when you squeeze the drive clutch lever.
  • Page 39: Snow-Clearing Tips

    • If the snow is deeper than the height of the auger, remove it in several steps, as shown below, or install the drift-breaker kit (optional part) that is available from authorized Honda snow blower dealers.
  • Page 40: Removing Obstructions

    OPERATION REMOVING OBSTRUCTIONS If the snow discharge chute or snow blowing mechanism becomes restricted, review snow clearing tips (see page 37) to reduce the possibility of reoccurring obstructions. 1.Before removing the SNOW CLEARING BAR obstruction, be sure to stop the engine, and make sure that all rotating parts have come to a complete stop.
  • Page 41: Servicing Your Snow Blower

    Other service tasks that are more difficult, or require special tools, are best handled by professionals and are normally performed by a Honda technician or other qualified mechanic. The maintenance schedule applies to normal operating conditions. If...
  • Page 42: Maintenance Safety

    SERVICING YOUR SNOW BLOWER MAINTENANCE SAFETY Some of the most important safety precautions follow. However, we cannot warn you of every conceivable hazard that can arise in performing maintenance. Only you can decide whether or not you should perform a given task. Improper maintenance can caused an unsafe condition.
  • Page 43: Tool Kit

    SERVICING YOUR SNOW BLOWER TOOL KIT The tools necessary for performing some of the periodic maintenance, simple adjustments and repairs are supplied in the tool kit. Spare shear bolts and nuts are also included in the tool kit. 6 mm SELF LOCK SPARK PLUG WRENCH NUTS (6) WRENCH HANDLE...
  • Page 44: Maintenance Schedule

    (1) For professional commercial use, log hours of operation to determine proper maintenance intervals. (2) These items should be serviced by your Honda servicing dealer, unless you have the proper tools and are mechanically proficient. Refer to the Honda Shop Manual for service procedures.
  • Page 45 (1) For professional commercial use, log hours of operation to determine proper maintenance intervals. (2) These items should be serviced by your Honda servicing dealer, unless you have the proper tools and are mechanically proficient. Refer to the Honda Shop Manual for service procedures.
  • Page 46: Refueling

    SERVICING YOUR SNOW BLOWER REFUELING With the engine stopped, remove the fuel tank cap and check the fuel level. Refill the tank if the fuel level is low. Do not fill above the base of the filler neck. Gasoline is highly flammable and explosive. You can be burned or seriously injured when handling fuel.
  • Page 47: Fuel Recommendations

    SERVICING YOUR SNOW BLOWER Never refuel the snow blower inside a building where gasoline fumes may reach flames or sparks. Keep gasoline away from appliance pilot lights, barbecues, electric appliances, power tools, etc. Spilled fuel is not only a fire hazard, it causes environmental damage. Wipe up spills immediately.
  • Page 48: Engine Oil Level Check

    SERVICING YOUR SNOW BLOWER ENGINE OIL LEVEL CHECK Check the engine oil level with the engine stopped and in a level position. 1.Remove the oil filler cap. 2.Check the oil level. If it is below the upper limit, fill with the recommended oil to the upper limit (see page 48).
  • Page 49: Engine Oil Change

    SERVICING YOUR SNOW BLOWER ENGINE OIL CHANGE Drain the oil while the engine is still warm to assure rapid and complete draining. 1.Place the snow blower on a level surface. 2.Place a suitable container below the engine to catch the used oil, then remove the oil filler cap and the drain plug.
  • Page 50: Engine Oil Recommendations

    4-stroke automotive detergent oil. SAE 5W-30 is recommended for general use. The SAE oil viscosity and service classification are on the API label on the oil container. Honda recommends that you use API SERVICE category SJ or later (or equivalent) oil. AMBIENT TEMPERATURE...
  • Page 51: Spark Plug Service

    SERVICING YOUR SNOW BLOWER SPARK PLUG SERVICE Recommended spark plug: BPR5ES (NGK) W16EPR-U (DENSO) Use only the recommended spark plugs or equivalent. Spark plugs which have an improper heat range may cause engine damage. To ensure proper engine operation, the spark plug must be properly gapped and free of deposits.
  • Page 52 SERVICING YOUR SNOW BLOWER 5.Measure the plug gap with a SIDE ELECTRODE wire-type feeler gauge. Correct as necessary by carefully 0.028–0.031 in bending the side electrode. (0.7–0.8 mm) The gap should be: SEALING WASHER 0.028–0.031 in (0.7–0.8 mm) 6.Make sure that the spark plug INSULATOR sealing washer is in good condition, and thread the spark...
  • Page 53: Track Adjustment

    SERVICING YOUR SNOW BLOWER TRACK ADJUSTMENT Make sure the tracks are clean and dry before adjustment. The tracks cannot be correctly adjusted if clogged with snow or debris, or coated with ice. With the snow blower resting on its tracks, check track deflection by pressing down midway between the wheels with a force of 11 lbf (49 N).
  • Page 54: Tire Inspection

    If any of the shear bolts are broken, replace them with the ones furnished with the snow blower. Additional shear bolts and nuts are available from authorized Honda snow blower dealers. Shear bolts are designed to break under force that would otherwise damage auger and blower parts.
  • Page 55: Shear Bolt Replacement Procedure

    SERVICING YOUR SNOW BLOWER SHEAR BOLT REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE Always use correctly sized replacement shear bolts. Use of bolts other than correctly sized shear bolts can cause damage to your snow blower. 1.Place the snow blower on a firm, level surface. 2.Turn the engine switch OFF, and remove the cap from the spark plug.
  • Page 56: Skid Shoes And Scraper

    SERVICING YOUR SNOW BLOWER SKID SHOES AND SCRAPER Turn the engine switch to the OFF position, and disconnect the spark plug cap, so the engine cannot be accidentally started while you are near the auger. The skids are installed on the auger housing: rear (track models AT, ATD) or side (wheel models AW, AWD).
  • Page 57 SERVICING YOUR SNOW BLOWER 4.After adjusting, raise the auger off the ground and then slowly lower and make sure both skid shoes contact the ground at the same time. Auger clearance: Ordinary snow conditions 5/32–5/16 in (4.0–8.0 mm) Smooth, ice-covered surfaces 0–3/16 in (0–5.0 mm) Rough or uneven surfaces 1–1-3/16 in (25.0–30.0 mm)
  • Page 58: Storage

    STORAGE STORAGE PREPARATION Proper storage preparation is essential for keeping your snow blower trouble-free and looking good. The following steps will help to keep rust and corrosion from impairing your snow blower’s function and appearance, and will make the engine easier to start when you use the snow blower again.
  • Page 59: Fuel

    STORAGE Fuel Depending on the region where you operate your equipment, fuel formulations may deteriorate and oxidize rapidly. Fuel deterioration and oxidation can occur in as little as 30 days and may cause damage to the carburetor and/or fuel system. Please check with your servicing dealer for local storage recommendations.
  • Page 60 STORAGE After adding a fuel stabilizer, run the engine outdoors for 10 minutes to be sure that treated gasoline has replaced the untreated gasoline in the carburetor. Service according to the table below: STORAGE TIME RECOMMENDED SEVICE PROCEDURE TO PREVENT HARD STARTING Less than 1 month Fill with fresh gasoline to prevent moisture buildup 1 to 3 months...
  • Page 61: Draining Fuel Tank And Carburetor

    STORAGE Draining the Fuel Tank and Carburetor 1.Place an approved gasoline container below the carburetor, and use a funnel to avoid spilling fuel. DRAIN KNOB 2.Loosen the carburetor drain knob, then move the fuel valve lever to the ON position. Drain the carburetor until the fuel tank is empty.
  • Page 62: Engine Oil

    STORAGE Engine Oil 1.Change the engine oil (see page 47). 2.Remove the spark plug (see page 49). 3.Pour a teaspoon (5 cc) of clean engine oil into the cylinder. 4.Pull the starter rope slowly several times to distribute the oil. 5.Reinstall the spark plug.
  • Page 63 COVER PINS 2.Remove the negative(–) cable from the battery negative (–) terminal and then remove the positive (+) cable from the battery positive (+) terminal. NEGATIVE (–) HSS1332A (ATD) HSS928A (AWD, ATD) TERMINAL POSITIVE (+) TERMINAL NEGATIVE (–) CABLE POSITIVE (+) CABLE...
  • Page 64 (+) terminal and then connect the battery charger negative (–) cable to the battery negative (–) terminal. 5.Charge the battery: 5–10 hours at 1.2 A (HSS928A). 5–10 hours at 1.8 A (HSS1332A). 6.Install the battery in the reverse order of removal.
  • Page 65: Storage Precautions

    STORAGE STORAGE PRECAUTIONS If your snow blower will be stored with gasoline in the fuel tank and carburetor, it is important to reduce the hazard of gasoline vapor ignition. Select a well-ventilated storage area away from any appliance that operates with a flame, such as a furnace, water heater, or clothes dryer.
  • Page 66: Transporting

    1.Loading the snow blower on a trailer should be performed on a firm, level surface. 2.Use a loading ramp that is strong enough to support the combined weight of the snow blower and the operator: Weight of snow blower: (Operating weight) HSS928A HSS1332A Models Types 276 lbs (125 kg)
  • Page 67: Loading

    TRANSPORTING LOADING 1.Track type: Raise the auger to the HIGH position (see page 21). 2.Start the engine and maneuver the snow blower backward into line with the loading ramp. 3.Track type: Run the snow blower backward slowly up the loading ramp.
  • Page 68 TRANSPORTING Track models: Lower the auger housing so the skids rest on the vehicle floor. Do not tie with rope or straps stronger than necessary to prevent damage to the snow blower. Tie-down Points Front Rear Track type: Wheel type:...
  • Page 69: Taking Care Of Unexpected Problems

    TAKING CARE OF UNEXPECTED PROBLEMS ENGINE PROBLEMS Starter operates, but engine will not start Possible cause Correction Throttle not in proper position. Throttle must be in FAST position, choke OFF for a hot start, choke ON for a cold start. Fuel valve is OFF.
  • Page 70: Drive Problems

    Shift lever is in ‘‘N’’ (neutral). Move shift lever to “F” or “R” (page 17). Drive clutch lever mechanism or See servicing Honda snow cable not functioning properly. blower dealer. Drive belt worn, broken or not on See servicing Honda snow pulleys.
  • Page 71 Wet, deep snow is difficult to Reduce snow blowing swath or blow. speed. Belt worn, not on pulleys or not See servicing Honda snow properly installed. blower dealer. Snow blower moving too fast for Use shift lever to reduce ground snow conditions.
  • Page 72: Technical Information

    TECHNICAL INFORMATION Serial Number Locations Record the engine and frame serial numbers in the spaces below. You will need these serial numbers when ordering parts, and when making technical or warranty inquiries (see page 78). FRAME SERIAL NUMBER ENGINE SERIAL NUMBER Engine serial number: Frame serial number:...
  • Page 73: Carburetor Modification For High Altitude Operation

    TECHNICAL INFORMATION Carburetor Modification for High Altitude Operation At high altitude, the standard carburetor air-fuel mixture will be too rich. Performance will decrease, and fuel consumption will increase. A very rich mixture will also foul the spark plug and cause hard starting. Operation at an altitude that differs from that at which this engine was certified, for extended periods of time, may increase emissions.
  • Page 74: Emission Control System Information

    Carbon monoxide does not react in the same way, but it is toxic. Honda utilizes appropriate air/fuel ratios and other emissions control systems to reduce the emissions of carbon monoxide, oxides of nitrogen and hydrocarbons.
  • Page 75 • Black exhaust smoke or high fuel consumption. Replacement parts The emission control systems on your new Honda engine were designed, built, and certified to conform with EPA and California emission regulations. We recommend the use of Honda Genuine parts whenever you have maintenance done.
  • Page 76: Air Index

    TECHNICAL INFORMATION Air Index An Air Index Information hang tag/label is applied to engines certified to an emission durability time period in accordance with the requirements of the California Air Resources Board. The bar graph is intended to provide you, our customer, the ability to compare the emissions performance of available engines.
  • Page 77: Specifications

    TECHNICAL INFORMATION Specifications Frame Model HSS928A Type Items Description code SADA Overall length 58.5 in (1,485 mm) Overall width 28.9 in (735 mm) 30.5 in (775 mm) Overall height 43.5 in (1,105 mm) Handlebar height 37.0 in (940 mm) 36.6 in (930 mm)
  • Page 78 Max. 56 ft (17 m) (varies with snow conditions) Clearing capacity 75 [metric] (83 [short]) Ton/hour Engine Model Honda GX390 Displacement 23.7 cu-in (389 cm Bore × stroke 3.46 × 2.52 in (88.0 × 64.0 mm) Starting method Recoil starter...
  • Page 79: Consumer Information

    CONSUMER INFORMATION Dealer Locator Information To find an authorized Honda Servicing Dealer anywhere in the United States. Visit our web site: and click on Dealer Locator. Honda Publications Shop Manual This manual covers complete maintenance and overhaul procedures. It is intended to be used by a skilled technician.
  • Page 80: Customer Service Information

    CONSUMER INFORMATION Customer Service Information Honda Power Equipment dealership personnel are highly trained professionals. They should be able to answer any question you may have. If you encounter a problem that your dealer does not solve to your satisfaction, please discuss it with the dealership’s management.
  • Page 81 CONSUMER INFORMATION REPLACEMENT PARTS, OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT, AND SERVICE ITEMS Contact an authorized Honda servicing dealer to purchase any of these (or other) Honda Genuine items for your snow blower. Replacement Parts Item Part Number Notes Spark plug 98079-55846 NGK - BPR5ES...
  • Page 82: Distributor's Limited Waranty

    What American Honda Will Repair or Replace Under Warranty: American Honda will repair or replace, at its option, any part that is proven to be defective in mate- rial or workmanship under normal use during the applicable warranty time period. Warranty repairs and replacements will be made without charge for parts or labor.
  • Page 83 - Normal wear and tear (including, but not limited to, normal fading of painted or plated sur- faces, sheet peeling, and other natural deterioration) 2.Consumable parts: Honda does not warrant parts deterioration due to normal wear and tear. The following parts are not covered by this warranty unless they are needed during another repair cov- ered under this warranty: spark plug, fuel filter, air cleaner element, clutch disc, tire, wheel bear- ing, recoil starter rope, cable, belt, cutter blade, oil, and grease.
  • Page 84: Emission Control System Warranty

    State of California (models certified for sale in California only) emission regulations. American Honda Motor Co., Inc. provides the emission warranty coverage for engines in the United States and its territories. Honda Canada Inc. provides the emission warranty for engines in the 13 provinces and territories of Canada.
  • Page 85 If any emission-related part on your engine is defective, the part will be repaired or replaced by Honda without charge for diagnosis, parts, or labor. All defective parts replaced under this warranty become the property of Honda.
  • Page 86 Tubing, fittings, seals, gaskets, and clamps associated with these listed systems Note: This list applies to parts supplied by Honda and does not cover parts supplied by the equipment manufacturer. Please see the original equipment manufacturer’s emissions warranty for non-Honda parts.
  • Page 89 HPE.2015.06 © 2015 American Honda Motor Co., Inc. Printed on Recycled Paper —All Rights Reserved PRINTED IN U.S.A...

This manual is also suitable for: