Do not operate in reverse. Remove any sand, silt or dirt that could potentially damage seals or clog passages. The following instructions and proce- dures must be followed in order to keep the emissions from your Honda engine within the emission standards. This will provide a rich fuel mixture. For safety, disconnect the spark plug lead, then ground it to the cylinder head.
On models equipped with shifting capabilities, the forward and reverse gears, together with the clutch, shift assembly, and related linkage, are all housed within the case. Type Overall length Overall width Overall height 46. Download a manual straight to your computer in just seconds. It compensates for the initial wear that occurs during the life of the engine. Put a teaspoon of engine oil into each spark plug hole, then rotate the engine using the pull starter rope or recoil starter several times to lubri- cate the inside of the cylinders. Install the outboard end fuel hose connector with the clip the outside. If you are unable take the motor to -your dealer, proceed as follows: Draining the Carburetors Be careful not to spill gasoline.
If oil can get out, then water can get in. They should be able to answer any question you may have. Engage the emer- gency stop switch clip, located at one end of the emergency stop switch lanyard, with the emergency engine stop switch. Do not run it continuously for more than 5 seconds at a time. Monitor the cooling system indicator for water discharge. After the engine starts, verify water is flowing through the cooling system by monitoring the cooling system indica- tor. These gasolines are collec- tively referred to as oxygenated fuels.
After the engine starts, verify water is flowing through the cooling system by monitoring the cooling system indicator. Keep sparks, flames, and cigarettes away. Stop the engine if water does not come out of the cooling system indicator or if you see steam. Depending on what type of outboard motor you have, move the gearshift lever or the control lever to the N neutral position. If any oil leaks out or water enters, either the propeller shaft seal must be replaced or the gear case must be disassembled, inspected and completely overhauled.
Refer to the Product Identification Number when ordering parts, and when mak- ing technical or warranty inquiries see page 98. Inject oil through the drain plug hole until it starts flowing out through the level plug hole. Water or sediment accumulated in the fuel filter can cause loss of power or hard start- ing. Engine overheats Normal sparking Water is mixed with gasoline. If the engine overheats, the warning system could be activated and the engine speed will decrease gradually. Flush Kit optional part 1. Replace the fuel tank filter if neces- sary.
The single most important task for proper gearcase maintenance is inspecting it for signs of leakage after each use. Repair any fuel leaks if neces- If loss of power or hard starting are found to be caused by excessive water or sediment accumulation in the fuel filter, inspect the fuel tank. Refer to the maintenance sched- ule page 72. Attach the emergency stop switch lanyard securely to the operator and return to the closest boat landing. With the boat in the water, loaded and motor off, the anti-ventilation should be about 4 inches below the surface of the water.
No sparks - There is no gasoline across spark in fuel tank. When the over-rev limiter is activated: 1. Refer to the maintenance schedule page 72. Fuel No gasoline in fuel tank. When refilling the fuel tank, turn the vent knob counterclockwise to the open position and remove the fuel cap. Clean the fuel tank filter with non- flammable cleaner or solvent.