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MODELS M15 M18 BACK OF TACH GND o SEND MODELS M20 M30 o GND l  WDJ BACK OF TACH o SEND MODEL M25 o I 1   DJ o GND BACK OF TACH SEND AdobeUCS3 4 5 6 7 8 2 3 2 3 4 5 AdobeUCSHEAT EXCHANGER UNIVERSAL MODEL M50 SPECIFICATIONS Horsepower 44  3000 No of Cylinders 4 Bore x Stroke 335 x 323 Cubic Inch 115 Maximum RPM 3000 Cruising Range Approx20002500 RPM Compression Ratio 211 Electrical Equipment 12 Volt 51 Amp WIG low Plugs Lubrication Eng Approx Qts85 SAE 30 HD CDor 10W40CAUTION FILL ONLY TO FULL MARK ON DIPSTICK Lubrication TransFILL TO FULL RING ON DIPSTICK Transmission Reduction 191 Coolant FWC 5050 Solution Approx8 qts Exhaust Flange 1 V4 NPT Fuel Type 2 Diesel Fuel Filter PIN 298854 Oil Filter PIN 299927 Eng Operating Temp Degrees F 1650 to 1950 Propeller Rotation Right Hand Weight Ibs545 Ibs Injection Nozzle PIN 299567 Engine is governor controlled to prevent overspeed It is recommended to carry the following extra parts should the need arise VBelt Sea Water Pump Impeller Fuel  Lube Oil Filters 1 Qt of Trans Oil 2 Qts Lub Oil and 1 Gal of 5050 Coolant All pictorial views and specifications subject to change without notice 68 UNIVERSAL MODEL M26740 FUEL LINES FUEL RETURN GLOW PLUGS  HEAT EX DRAIN  ZI TRANS DIP STICK OIL FILL HOLE SHIFT LEVER ENGINE COUPLING TIMING PORT COOLANTAIR BLEED VALVE THERMOSTAT HSG FW CIRCULATING PUMP ALTERNATOR SEA WATER PUMP V267BELT DIP STICK COOLANT FILL CAP OIL PAN 67 AIR BREATHER FUEL AIR LEED VALVE TH ROTTLE STOP LEVER OIL FILTER BLOCK COOLANT DRAIN ST FLANGE IFOLD DRAIN HEAT EX CLEAN267OUT COVERS DRAIN AND ZINC TRANSMISSION  DRAIN PLUG UNIVERSAL MODEL M40 SPECIFICATIONS Horsepower No of Cylinders Bore x Stroke Cubic Inch Maximum RPM Cruising Range  Ratio Electrical Equipment Lubrication Eng Approx Qts32  2800 4 300 x 323 91 2800 20002500 RPM 211 12 Volt 51 Amp WIG low Plugs ao to 85 SAE 30 HD CDor 1OW40CAUTION FILL ONLY 10 FULL MARK ON DIPSTICK Lubrication TransFILL 10 FULL RING ON DIPSTICK Type AFT A or GMDEXRON II Do not mix different  Reduction Coolant FWC 5050 Solution ApproxExhaust Flange Fuel Type Fuel Filter Oil Filter Eng Operating Temp Degrees F Propeller Rotation Weight IbsInjection Nozzle Prior to Ser 315023After Ser 31502321 8 qts 2 Diesel PIN 298854 PIN 299927 Right Hand 545lbs PIN 299517 299518 PIN 299567 Engine is governor controlled to prevent overspeed It is recommended to carry the following extra parts should the need arise Vbelt Sea Water Pump Impeller Fuel  Lube Oil Filters 1 Qt of Trans Oil 2 Ots Lub Oil and 1 Gal 5050 Coolant All pictorial views and specifications subject to change without notice 66 INJ GLOW PLUGS SALT WATER TO EXHAUST CLEAN OUT COVERS TRANS DIP STICK  OIL FILL HOLE SHIFT LEVER TRANSMISSION UNIVERSAL MODEL M26735 OIL FILL CAP THERMOSTAT HOUSING BY267PASS HOSE FUEL FILTER AIR BLEED ON TOPFUEL AIR BLEED VALVE STOP LEVER THROTTLE LOCK COOLANT DRAIN FLEX MOUNTS BELL HOUSING FW CIRCULATING PUMP SEA WATER255PUMP ALTERNATOR OIL FILTER COOLANT FILL CAP OIL DRAIN HOSE FUEL LINES MANIFOLD DRAIN HEAT EXCHANGER ENGINE COUPLING DRAIN STARTER SOLENOID OIL PAN 65  MODEL M35 SPECIFICATIONS Horsepower 30  3200 No of Cylinders 4 Bore x Stroke 296 x 276 Cubic Inch 755 Maximum RPM 3200 Cruising Range Approx21002600 RPM Compression Ratio 211 Electrical Equipment 12 Volt 51 Amp WGlow Plugs Lubrication Eng Approx Qts45 to 50 SAE 30 HD CDor 10W40CAUTION FILL ONLY 10 FULL MARK ON DIPSTICK Lubrication TransFILL 10 FULL RING ON DIPSTICK Type AFT I or GMDEXRON II Do not mix different  Reduction Coolant FWC 5050 Solution ApproxExhaust Flange Fuel Type Fuel Filter Oil Filter Eng Operating Temp Degrees F Propeller Rotation Weight Ibs21 5 qts 1 Y4 NPT 2 Diesel PIN 298854 PIN 300209 165Ofo 1950 Right Hand 3351bs Injection Nozzle PIN 299517 299518 Engine is governor controlled to prevent overspeed It is recommended to carry the following extra parts should the need arise VBelt Sea Water Pump Impeller Fuel  Lube Oil Filters 1 Qt of Trans Oil 2 Ots Lub Oil and 1 Gal 5050 Coolant All pictorial views and specifications subject to change without notice 64 UNIVERSAL MODEL M30 FUEL LINES FUEL RETURN  SEA WATER OVERBOARD HEAT EX DRAIN  ZIN TRANS DIP STICK OIL FILL HOLE SHIFT LEVER ENGINE COUPLING TIMING PORT COOLANT AIR BLEED VALVE COOLANT FILL CAP AIR BREATHER FUEL AIR  VALVE THROTTLE STOP LEVER OIL FILTER MANIFOLD THERMOSTAT FW CIRCULATING PUMP ALTERNATOR SEA WATER PUMP DIP STICK OIL PAN 63 ST FLANGE ANIFOLD DRAIN HEAT EXCHANGER HEAT EX CLEAN267OUT COVERS DRAIN AND ZINC TRANSMISSION S DRAIN PLUG  MODEL M30 SPECIFICATIONS Horsepower No of Cylinders Bore x Stroke Cubic Inch Maximum RPM Cruising Range  Ratio Electrical Equipment Lubrication Eng Approx Qts24  2800 3 300 x 323 68 2800 20002400 RPM 211 12 Volt 51 Amp WIG low Plugs 50 to 55 SAE 30 HD CDor 10W40CAUTION FILL ONLY TO FULL MARK ON DIPSTICK Lubrication TransFILL TO FULL RING ON DIPSTICK Type AFT  or GMDEXRON II Do not mix different  Reduction Coolant FWC 5050 Solution ApproxExhaust Flange Fuel Type Fuel Filter Oil Filter Eng Operating Temp Degrees F Propeller Rotation Weight IbsInjection Nozzle 21 6 qts 1 Y4 NPT 2 Diesel PIN 298854 PIN 300209 Right Hand 4251bs PIN 298787  298788 Engine is governor controlled to prevent overspeed It is recommended to carry the following extra parts should the need arise VBelt Sea Water Pump Impeller Fuel  Lube Oil Filters 1 at of Trans Oil 2 ats Lub Oil and 1 Gal 5050 Coolant All pictorial views and speCifications subject to change without notice Use pictorial view M40 for parts locations 62 UNIVERSAL MODEL M430 OIL FILL CAP GLOW PWGS FUEL LINES FUEL FILTER AIR BLEED ON TOPSEA WATER TO EXHAUST CLEAN OUT COVER TRANS DIP STICK    OIL FILL HOLE ENGINE COUPLING COOLANT BLEED VALVE TEMP SENDER FW CIRCULATING PUMP l SEA WATER267 PUMP BELL HSG COOLANT FILL CAP THERMOSTAT HSG R BREATHER AIR BLEED VALVE LEVER THROTTLE DIP STICK COOLANT DRAIN FLANGE PANEL PWG HEAT EXCHANGER DRAIN  ZINC FLEX MOUNTS STARTER SOLENOID STARTER 61  to FUEL FILTER AIR BLEED ON TOPSEA WATER TO EXHAUST COOLANT BLEED VALVE TEMP SENDER   BY267PASS HOSE FW SEA WATER PUMP UNIVERSAL MODEL M2SXP OIL FILL CAP STARTER 59 THERMOSTAT HSG AIR BREATHER FUEL AIR BLEED VALVE STOP LEVER THROTTLE DIP STICK  vn COOLANT DRAIN IFOLD DRAIN PANEL PWG HEAT EXCHANGER DRAIN  ZINC MOUNTS UNIVERSAL MODEL M25XP SPECIFICATIONS UPDATE OF M25Horsepower 23  3200 No of Cylinders 3 Bore x Stroke 295 x 276 Cubic Inch 566 Maximum RPM 3200 Cruising Range Approx21002600 RPM Compression Ratio 211 Electrical Equipment 12 Volt 51 Amp WIG low Plugs Lubrication Eng Approx Ots40 to 43 SAE 30 HDCDor 10W40CAUTION FILL ONLY TO FULL MARK ON DIPSTICK Lubrication TransFILL TO FULL RING ON DIPSTICK Type AFT 1 or GMDEXRON  Do not mix different  Reduction Coolant FWC 5050 Solution ApproxExhaust Flange Fuel Type Fuel Filter Oil Filter Eng Operating Temp Degrees F Propeller Rotation Weight Ibs21 5 qts 1 14 NPT 2 Diesel PIN 298854 PIN 300209 Right Hand 2851bs Injection Nozzle PIN 299517  299518 Engine is governor controlled to prevent overspeed It is recommended to carry the following extra parts should the need arise VBelt Sea Water Pump Impeller Fuel  Lube Oil Filters 1 at of Trans Oil 2 ats Lub Oil and 1 Gal 5050 Coolant All pictorial views and specifications subject to change without notice 58 FUEL RETURN EXHAUST FLANGE UNIVERSAL MODEL M25 GLOW PLUGS  CLEAN OUT TIMING PORT AIR BREATHER NJECTOR PUMP INJ PUMP BLEED THROTTLE DIP STICK LOCK COOLANT DRAIN BELL HOUSING OIL DRAIN HOSE COOLANT AIR BLEED  TEMP SENDERFW CIRCULATING PUMP SEA WATER PUMP ALTERNATOR OIL FILTER REGULATOR FUEL FILTER AIR BLEED ON TOP OF FILTERMANIFOLD MANIFOLD DRAIN HEAT EXCHANGER PANEL PLUG DRAIN  ZINC STARTER SOLENOID TRANSMISSION TRANS DRAIN PLUG 57 UNIVERSAL MODEL M25 SPECIFICATIONS Horsepower 21  3200 No of Cylinders 3 Bore x Stroke 283 x 276 Cubic Inch 52 Maximum RPM 3000 Cruising Range  RPM Compression Ratio 211 Electrical Equipment 12 Volt 51 Amp WIG low Plugs Lubrication Eng Approx Qts40 SAE 30 HD CDor 10W40CAUTION FILL ONLY TO FULL MARK ON DIPSTICK Lubrication TransFILL TO FULL RING ON DIPSTICK Type AFT p or GMDEXRON II Do not mix different  Reduction Coolant FWC 5050 Solution ApproxExhaust Range Fuel Type Fuel Filter Oil Filter Eng Operating Temp Degrees F Propeller Rotation Weight Ibs Injection Nozzle 21 5 qts 1 Y4 NPT 2 Diesel PIN 298854 PIN 300209 Right Hand 285 IbsPIN 299517  299518 Engine is governor controlled to prevent overspeed It is recommended to carry the following extra parts should the need arise VBelt Sea Water Pump Impeller Fuel  Lube Oil Filters 1 Qt of Trans Oil 2 Ots Lub Oil and 1 Gal 5050 Coolant All pictorial views and specifications subject to change without notice 56 FUEL RETURN SEA WATER TO EXHAUST CLEAN OUT COVER TRANS DIP STICK    OIL FILL HOLE TRANSMISSION ENGINE COUPLING UNIVERSAL MODEL M320 OIL FILL CAP GLOW PWGS  THERMOSTAT HSG AIR BREATHER FUEL AIR BLEED VALVE LliiTCJP LEVER THROTTLE DIP STICK DLIn COOLANT DRAIN BELL HSG COOLANT FILL CAP MANIFOLD COOLANT BLEED   TEMP SENDER FW CIRCULATING PUMP SEA WATER PUMP STARTER 55 MANIFOLD DRAIN  PWG  nel EXCHANGER DRAIN  ZINC  FLEX MOUNTS STARTER SOLENOID  MODEL M320 SPECIFICATIONS Horsepower No of Cylinders Bore x Stroke Cubic Inch Maximum RPM Cruising Range  Ratio 18  3600 3 260 x 245 389 3600 2600 3300 231 Electrical Equip 12 Volt 51 Amp WIGlow Plugs Lubrication Eng Approx Qts32 SAE 30 HD CDor 10W40CAUTION FILL ONLY 10 FULL MARK ON DIPSTICK Lubrication TransFILL 10 FULL RING ON DIPSTICK 256 Type Aft N or GMDEXRON II Do not mix different  Reduction 21 Coolant FWC 5050 Solution ApproxExhaust Flange Fuel Type Fuel Filter Oil Filter Engine Operating Temp Degrees F Propeller Rotation Weight IbsInjection Nozzles 3 Qts 1 14 NPT 2 Diesel PIN 298854 PIN 300209 Right Hand 2351bs PIN 302735 Engine is governor controlled to prevent overspeecl It is recommended to carry the following extra parts should the need arise VBelt Sea Water Pump Impeller Fuel  Lube Oil Filters 1 Qt of Trans Oil 2 Qts Lube Oil 1 Gal 5050 Coolant All pictorial views and specifications subject to change without notice 54 UNIVERSAL MODEL M20 FUEL RETURN  SEA WATER OVERBOARD HEAT EX DRAIN  ZINC TRANS DIP STICK  OIL FILL HOLE SHIFT LEVER ENGINE COUPLING FUEL LINES TIMING PORT AIR BREATHER FUEL AIR D VALVE THROTTLE STOP LEVER OIL FILTER BLOCK COOLANT DRAIN COOLANT AIR BLEED VALVE COOLANT FILL CAP THERMOSTAT FW CIRCULATING PUMP ALTERNATOR SEA WATER PUMP DIP STICK OIL PAN 53 MANIFOLD REGULATOR EXHAUST FLANGE  MANIFOLD DRAIN HEAT EXCHANGER HEAT EX CLEAN267OUT COVERS DRAIN AND ZINC  DRAIN PLUG  UNIVERSAL MODEL M20 SPECIFICATIONS 16  2800 No of Cylinders Bore x Stroke Cubic Inch Maximum RPM Cruising Range  Ratio Electrical Equipment Lubrication Eng Approx Ots2 268 x 276 45 2800 20002400 RPM 211 12 Volt 51 Amp WIGlow Plugs 40 SAE 30 HD CDor 10W40CAUTION FILL ONLY 10 FULL MARK ON DIPSTICK Lubrication TransFILL 10 FULL RING ON DIPSTICK Type AFT 1 or GMDEXRON II Do not mix different  Reduction Coolant FWC 5050 Solution ApproxExhaust Flange Fuel Type Fuel Filter Oil Filter Eng Operating Temp Degrees F Propeller Rotation Weight Ibs21 5 qts 1 V4 NPT 2 Diesel PIN 298854 PIN 298852 Right Hand 3651bs Injection Nozzle PIN 298787  298788 Engine is governor controlled to prevent overspeed It is recommended to carry the following extra parts should the need arise VBelt Sea Water Pump Impeller Fuel  Lube Oil Filters 1 Ot of Trans Oil 2 Ots Lub Oil and 1 Gal 5050 Coolant All pictorial views and specifications to change without notice Use pictorial view M40 or M20 for parts locations 52 FUEL FILTER BLEED ON TOPSEA WATER TO EXHAUST TRANSMISSION SHIFT LEVER  COOLANT AIR BLEED TEMP SENDER  BY267PASS HOSE SEA WATER PUMP ALTERNATOR V267BELT  UNIVERSAL MODEL M26718 OIL FILL CAP THERMOSTAT HSG FUEL AIR BLEED VALVE P LEVER THROTTLE BLOCK COOLANT DRAIN TIMING PORT DECOMPRESSION LEVER OIL PAN EXHAUST DRAIN HEAT EXCHANGER PANEL PLUG DRAIN  ZINC TRANS DIP STICK  OIL FILL HOLE m GINE COUPLING TRANS DRAIN ARTER SOLENOID OIL DRAIN HOSE 51  MODEL M18 SPECIFICATIONS Horsepower No of Cylinders Bore x Stroke Cubic Inch Maximum RPM Cruising Range  Ratio Electrical Equipment Lubrication Eng Approx Qts14  3200 2 260 x 245 35 3200 21002600 R P M 211 12 Volt 51 Amp WIGlow Plugs 25 30 SAE 30 HD CDor 10W40CAUTION FILL ONLY TO FULL MARK ON DIPSTICK Lubrication TransFILL TO FULL RING ON DIPSTICK Type AFT p or GMDEXRON  Do not mix different  Reduction Coolant FWC 5050 Solution ApproxExhaust Flange Fuel Type Fuel Filter Oil Filter Eng Operating Temp Degrees F Propeller Rotation Weight IbsInjection Nozzle 21 30 qts 1 114 NPT 2 Diesel PIN 298854 PIN 300209 Right Hand 2551bs PIN 299517  299518 Engine is governor controlled to prevent overspeed It is recommended to carry the following extra parts should the need arise VBelt Sea Water Pump Impeller Fuel  Lube Oil Filters 1 Qt of Trans Oil 2 Qts Lub Oil and 1 Gal 5050 Coolant All pictorial views and specifications subject to change without notice 50 FUEL RETUR FUEL FILTER BLEED ON TOPSEA WATER TO EXHAUST TRANSMISSION  SHIFT LEVER COOLANT AIR BLEED TEMP SENDER  BY267PASS HOSE SEA WATER PUMP ALTERNATOR V267BELT UNIVERSAL MODEL M15 FUEL LINES OIL FILL CAP GLOW PLUGS THERMOSTAT HSG FUEL AIR BLEED VALVE STOP LEVER THROTTLE BLOCK COOLANT DRAIN TIMING PORT DECOM PRESSION LEVER OIL PAN OIL DRAIN HOSE 49 EXHAUST DRAIN HEAT EXCHANGER PANEL PLUG TRANS DIP STICK  OIL FILL HOLE GINE COUPLING TRANS DRAIN  UNIVERSAL MODEL M212 FUEL LINES FUEL RETURN FUEL FILTER AIR BLEED ON TOPSEA WATER TO EXHAUST CLEAN OUT COVER x TRANS DIP STICK   OIL FILL HOLE TRANS DRAIN OPPOSITE SIDEBELL HSG COOLANT BLEED VALVE TEMP SENDER 2431 FW CIRCULATING 255PUMP SEA WATER PUMP VBELT GLOW PWGS THERMOSTAT HSG LEVER THROTTLE COOLANT DRAIN TIMING PORT OIL DRAIN COOLANT FILL CAP MANIFOLD  HEAT EXCHANGER DRAIN  ZINC PANEL PWG MOUNTS STARTER 47  M212 SPECIFICATIONS M212 Horsepower 11  3600 No of Cylinders 2 Bore x Stroke 26 x 245 in Cubic Inch 26 Maximum RPM 3600 Cruising Range Approx2600 3300 RPM Compression Ratio 231 Electrical Equipment 12 Volt 51 Amp WIGlow Plugs Lubrication Eng Approx Qts15 20 SAE 30 HD CDor 10W40CAUTION FILL ONLY TO FULL MARK ON DIPSTICK Lubrication TransFILL TO FULL RING ON DIPSTICK Type AFT A or GMDEXRON256 II Do not mix different  Reduction Coolant FWC 5050 Solution ApproxExhaust Flange Fuel Type Fuel Filter Oil Filter Eng Operating Temp Degrees F Propeller Rotation Weight IbsInjection Nozzle 21 23 Qts 1 V4 NPT 2 Diesel PIN 298854 PIN 300209 Right Hand 1751bs PIN 302735 Engine is governor controlled to prevent overspeed It is recommended to carry the following extra parts should the need arise VBelt Sea Water Pump Impeller Fuel  Lube Oil Filters 1 Qt of Trans Oil 2 Qts Lub Oil and 1 Gal 5050 Coolant All pictorial views and specifications subject to change without notice 46 UNIVERSAL MODEL M12 FUEL RETURN FUEL FILTER AIR BLEED ON TOPSEA WATER TO EXHAUST CLEAN OUT COVER A TRANS DIP STICK  OIL FILL HOLE ENGINE COUPLI BELL HSG COOLANT BLEED VALVE TEMP SENDER Q FW CIRCULATING 255PUMP SEA WATER255PUMP THERMOSTAT HSG FUEL AIR BLEED VALVE STOP LEVER gn COOLANT DRAIN  TIMING PORT OIL DRAIN COOLANT FILL CAP IMANIFOLD FLANGE MANIFOLD DRAIN HEAT EXCHANGER DRAIN  ZINC PANEL PWG STARTER SOLENOID STARTER 45  M12 SPECIFICATIONS Horsepower No of Cylinders Bore x Stroke Cubic Inch Maximum RPM Cruising Range  Ratio Electrical Equipment Lubrication Eng Approx QtsModel 12 10  3600 2 252 x 245 in 25 3600 2600 3300 RPM 231 12 Volt 51 Amp WIGlow Plugs 15 20 SAE 30 HD CDor 1OW40CAUTION FILL ONLY TO FULL MARK ON DIPSTICK Lubrication TransFILL TO FULL RING ON DIPSTICK Type AFT oW or GMDEXRON II Do not mix different  Reduction 21 Coolant FWC 5050 Solution Approx23 Qts Exhaust Flange 1 Y4 NPT Fuel Type 2 Diesel Fuel Filter PIN 298854 Oil Filter PIN 300209 Eng Operating Temp Degrees F 1650 to 1950 Propeller Rotation Right Hand Weight Ibs1751bs Injection Nozzle PIN 301302 Engine is governor controlled to prevent overspeed It is recommended to carry the following extra parts should the need arise VBelt Sea Water Pump Impeller Fuel  Lube Oil Filters 1 at of Trans Oil 2 Qts LUb Oil and 1 Gal 5050 Coolant All pictorial views and specifications subject to change without notice 44 5 Moisture in engine from exhaust systems which permit condensation or back flow of moisture into the engine 6 Damage or loss of personal property loss of revenue towing charges storage fees fuel and telephone calls 7 Damages or losses related to handling and shipping 8 Expenses related to replacement of lubricants antifreeze or special additives 9 Failure due to not following recommended maintenance schedules 10 All transportation charges will be the ob6gation of the owner such as freight travel time and tolls 11 Warranty items returned to the factory collect will be billed to the shipper WARRANTY AUTHORIZATION All repairs andor claims must be approved by Medalist Universal Motors prior to performance of work RETURN OF MATERIAL TO THE FACTORY All material to be returned must be authorized in advance by Medalist Universal Motors Contact the service department for assignment of a return goods number Ship material on a prepaid basis after receiving the return goods form PLEASE NOTE ENGINE WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD MUST BE RETURNED TO MEDALIST UNIVERSAL MOTORS IMMEDIATELY GENERAL Medalist Universal distributors and dealers are located throughout the United States and Canada Distributors and dealers have an ample inventory of parts and can provide prompt expert service in the maintenance and repair of your engine Medalist Universal Service Department will also provide assistance within the limits of our specifications Welcome to the Universal Diesel powered sailing fleet 43 of the of the PERIODIC SERVICE CHART Always be sure engine is stopped and cool and that your personal safety is considered before making checks or doing any repair work PERIOD OF OPERATION Breakin period Approx 25 hours at 75 cruise speedEvery 75 hours Every 100 hours THINGS TO DO Change engine oil filter and transmission oil after first 25 hours Always allow engine to warm up before applying load Check Vbelt tension 12 deflection At least once each season or whichever comes first change engine oil and oil filter Or monthly check Vbelt tension 12 deflection Check electrolyte levels in battery At least once each year or whichever comes first change fuel oil filter and transmission oil Check engine mounts bolts and lock nuts for looseness and rubber for wear Check engine and shaft alignment annually or if vibration is noticed during engine powering Check all cables for tightness and location to proper positioning Check for clean tight engine ground connection to block Check all fuel and water lines for tightness or replacement 41 REMARKS engine VDrive AdobeUCSi 164 225 FIGURE 138 39 CAUTION THE CABLE MUST BE MOUNTED TO THE SHIFT LEVER AT A 90260 ANGLE TO INSURE EQUAL TRAVEL FROM NEUTRAL TO FORWARD AND NEUTRAL TO REVERSE See Fig 13BCAUTION TRANSMISSION MUST BE LEFT IN NEUTRAL WHEN SAILING DO NOT LEAVE IN FORWARD GEAR WHEN SAILING WITHOUT POWER AS IT WILL DAMAGE GEAR FIGURE 13A 38 position Figure of the oil level UNIVERSAL DIESEL WITH HURTH TRANSMISSION Model HBWSO 21Used on Models 12 M212 M18 M320 M430 M2S and M2SXP Model HBW100 181Used on Models 30 3S and 40 Model HBW1S0 191Used on Model SO Model HBW1S0 VDrive 2131Used on All of our VDrive Models TABLE OF CONTENTS A Description B Servicing C Maintenance D General Information E Illustrations CAUTION DO NOT LEAVE GEAR IN FORWARD WHEN SAILING GEAR MUST BE IN NEUTRAL FOR FREE WHEELING OR SHIFTED INlO REVERSE TO LOCK PROPELLER WHILE SAILING 35 FRESH WATER 1 Coolant fresh water with antifreezeis introduced into the system from the coolant section of exhaust manifold by removing pressure cap and filling manifold tank to within one inch of lower rim of fill port 2 Fresh water engine driven circulating pump moves coolant from heat exchanger through engine block circulating pump and thermostat back through exhaust manifold into heat ex255changer to be cooled The manifold serves as the engine expansion tank to allow for expansion of coolant as it is heated You also fill the system at this point In some cases when hot water heaters are in255stalled an expansion or surge tank may be required to prevent air from entering the system Should your engine overheat first check coolant level to make sure it is not low which would cause air locks to develop If air does enter the system it may require a couple of fillings to remove the air pocket A momentary increase of engine RPM to approximately 2800 to 3000 RPM may aid in moving the air from the system In some cases it may require dOing this 2 or 3 times Do this just as you notice the temperature starting to rise above normal 34 SEA WATER FRESH WATER CIRCULATION DIAGRAM ALL MODELS EXCEPT M15 Normal Range 1650F to 1950F  f I    I   f I I      I J I I    I I  I I t I I 225 I I 225  I  FIGURE 13 1 Sea water enters through sea water inlet 2 Through sea water valve when open 3 Through sea water pump into heat exchanger to cool fresh water system 4 From heat exchanger to sea water overboard through exhaust port 33 AdobeUCS8 Enters thermostat which remains closed during warm up permitting a small amount of water to enter exhaust system for cooling and overboards 9 As engine temperature rises the thermostat starts to open permitting hot water to enter ex255haust line At the same time the same amount of cool sea water is drawn in by the pump to replace the discharge hot water This is done through the mixing tee which is located below engine or water lineto prevent air from entering the system 10 There may be some fluctuation in engine temperature until engine stabilizes 11 In areas of cold inlet say 50260 you may notice some movement from 135260 to 155260 as engine RPM are changed This is less noticeable with warmer inlet water The reason being that the colder water causes thermostat to react faster than engine temperature stabilizes 12 It may appear at first that no water is being pumped overboard with the exhaust gases However as long as water temperature is within operating range 135260 155260there is a flow of water being pumped overboard which may be noticed 267only as a fine mist This will con255tinue until the thermostat directs the water flow overboard to allow for greater intake of cooler sea water 32 r AdobeUCS1 Impeller Housing 2 ORing 3 Cam Screw 4 Cam 5 Impeller 6 CirClip 7 Flat Washer 8 Seal Seat 9 Not Available Order 13 10 CirClip Internal 11 CirClip External 12 Ball Bearing 13 Seal  Seat Assembly 14 CirClip External 15 Key 16 Shaft 17 End Plate 18 Gasket 19 Pump Body 20 Lock Washer 21 Bolt SHERWOOD WATER PUMP 302648 FIGURE 11 30 1 Cover Screws 42 Pump Cover 3 Cover Gasket 4 Impeller Snap Ring 5 Impeller 6 Key 7 Pump Shaft 8 Water Seal 9 Cam 10 Pump Body 11  Cam Locking Screw 12 Oil Seal 13 Drive Adaptor Not used on Newer Models 14 Roll Pin 15 Grease Cup 16 Drain Plug OBERDORFER RUBBER IMPELLER PUMP PIN 301357FIGURE 10 29 1 Cover Screws 62 Pump Cover 3 Cover Gasket 4 Impeller Snap Ring 5 Impeller 6 Key 7 Pump Shaft 8 Water Seal 9 Cam 10 Pump Body 11 Cam Locking Screw 12 Oil Seal 13 Drive Adaptor Not used on Newer Models 14 Roll Pin 15 Drain Plug SHERWOOD RUBBER IMPELLER PUMP PIN 300986FIGURE 9 28 THE PUMP WBE OIL FILTER FIGURE 8 UNIVERSAL RECOMMENDS THAT YOU USE FACTORY REPLACEMENT FILTERS THE USE OF OTHERS MAY VOID THE ENGINE WARRANTY SEA WATER PUMP Your engine is equipped with a rubber impeller type sea water pump CAUTION DO NOT RUN PUMP DRY AT ANY TIME OR YOU WILL DAMAGE THE IMPELLER CAUSING ENGINE TO OVERHEAT You can use methyl alcohol based antifreeze compounds such as Zerex Shell Zone Pyro Permanent Permagard and Dowgard REPLACEMENT OF SEA WATER PUMP IMPELLER 1 Be sure engine is stopped Turn off sea water inlet valve 2 Loosen and remove the pump cover screws 3 Tap cover on side to loosen being careful not to damage cover gasket and remove cover 4 At this time be careful not to pull the pump shaft forward or out of its present position If the shaft does come forward during the changing of impeller it will be necessary to remove complete pump  5 Remove the snap ring located on the end of shaft in center of impeller with shaft held in place 6 The impeller can now be pulled off the pump shaft Be sure to hold shaft in place with a screwdriver or etc when removing the impeller 7 Replace with the new impeller by rotating You can lubricate impeller with vaseline or oil prior to installingThis will also prevent burning of new impeller when first starting engine 8 Replace snap ring being sure it is in the groove all the way around 9 Replace gasket and cover oil inside of cover10 Replace the cover screws and tighten evenly 11 Open sea water inlet valve check for leaks 12 Engine can now be started check engine temperature 26 REMOVING INJECTORS 1 Clean the area around the injectors before removing 2 Loosen nuts holding fuel lines to injector pump and injector nozzle and remove fuel lines fool C3 Loosen nuts on return line adapters and remove adapters fool C4 Loosen injectors using Tool Eand remove injectors REPLACING INJECTORS 1 Check to be sure contact surfaces and area around injectors is clean 2 Replace injectors in the same cylinder from which they were removed 3 Torque required to properly seat the injectors will be between 43 and 58 ftlbs 4 Replace fuel return lines and secure nuts S Replace all fuel lines and secure all nuts 6 After all injectors fuel lines and hoses have been replaced and are secured the fuel system will have to be bled Refer to bleeding instructions in this manual P27The fuel injection pump has been set at the factory and should need no adjustment Any apparent pro255blem with the pump should be referred to a qualified diesel mechanic or to a Universal Diesel dealer as advised NOTE NO WARRANTY COVERAGE WILL BE GRANTED IF ANY OF THE FACTORY SET AND SEALED FUEL AND MAXIMUM RPM ADJUSTMENTS ARE ALTERED OIL FILTER CHANGE After draining engine oil and before refilling with new oil the oil filter should be changed 1 Unscrew old filter If it will not loosen use a speCial oil filter removal tool 2 Take care to catch any escaping oil so that it will not accumulate in the engine compartment 3 When installing new filter moisten the rubber seal with oil screw new oil filter onto the threaded shaft and tighten it Hand pressure is sufficient to tighten the filter 4 Refill the crankcase with the correct grade and amount of oil as indicated by the full mark on dipstick S Start the engine according to the starting procedure in this manual Run only long enough to check for any oil leaks and stop engine 6 The oil level will have dropped by the amount of oil which enters the oil filter and by the amount which has distributed around the engine 7 After engine has stopped and the oil level allowed to settle recheck the oil level and fill as required 2S occured Models 1  the air  I remaining cylinders 4 The injector pump internal unit can now be loosened and removed It may be necessary to remove fuel lines from injector nozzles to aid in pump removal 5 There are several shims located just below the pump top plate which will be used to adjust the timing These shims are 006 inch thick and are equal to 1V2260 or approximately 316 of distance on the circumference of the flywheel Addition of shims will retard the timing and removing shims will advance the timing 6 If the mark on the flywheel is below the pointer the fuel is being injected sooner than required and the fuel timing must be retarded Shims must be added until the timing marks are aligned The op255posite is true if the flywheel mark is above the pointer See figure 5 7 If at all possible it is better to operate the engine with the timing advance rather than retarded 8 Replace fuel injector pump making sure the fuel rack pin aligns with the housing opening and is properly inserted into the slotted arm Tighten injector pump cover in place Reconnect fuel line from fuel filter to pump Repeat steps 2 thru 12 on engine timing 9 If timing is satisfactory then reassemble Be certain that all plates covers fuel lines and connec255tions are tight and free of leaks so that safe operation may be expected when the engine is started Clean engine throughly 10 Caution Be sure all fuel lines and connections are kept clean during adjusting to prevent fouling of nozzles when reassembled FIGURE 5 SHIM PLACEMENT DECOMPRESSION DEVICE ADJUSTMENT on models which have  decompression device must be adjusted every time the rocker arm cover is removed or tightened 1 Remove cover over flywheel timing mark inspection hole Tool BNo decompression lever on models 12 and 35 2 Turn crankshaft over by hand being careful not to damage the spline on end of crankshaft until flywheel mark 1TC is aligned with the pointer on the wall of the inspection hole 3 Remove decompression covers from top of rocker arm cover over number 1 cylinder Tool A4 With the alignment of the pointer and flywheel mark 1TC the no 1 cylinder decompression adjustment can now be accomplished 5 Pull and hold lever to full decompression position 21                           15 18 the top is done 1 2 1 2 3 1 3 4 2 in one the boat and add to dry 1  PREPARING THE ENGINE FOR WINTER STORAGE OR LAYUPS Proper preparation of your engine for storage will avoid damage and minimize expense when again placing your engine in service NOTE It is recommended that your engine be winterized by an authorized Universal mechanic or at least a trained mechanic familiar with the engine and its options LUBRICATION SYSTEM 1 Before boat is lifted out of the water run the engine until operating temperature is attained 2 Stop engine after warm up and remove crankcase oil through the dipstick hole using hand sump pump designed for that purpose Replace dipstick after oil has been removed or through oil drain hose if one is provided The newer engines have a drain hose for changing crankcase oil 3 Refill crankcase with new oil and replace filler cap 4 Run engine again for about 5 minutes to distribute a protective film of clean oil to act as a rust preventive during storage TRANSMISSION See transmission instructions1 Fill transmission completely with type AFT or DEXRON II transmission oil You may just add to the existing oil or drain the old oil and completely refill with new transmission oil 2 Be sure both drain and filler plugs are tight after draining or adding to the oil in the transmission 3 Transmission is now ready for storage SEA WATER COOLING SYSTEM All Models Except M15 OPTION 1 Dry Storage1 To drain sea water system disconnect hose end at sea water pump that comes from heat exchanger Lower free end of hose to a pOint approximately level with the front engine mount This will allow the sea water to drain from heat exchanger and hoses 2 Loosen the 4 or 6 screws on the sea water pump cover plate Tap the plate lightly to loosen it this will allow pump to drain 3 After pump has drained apply a light coat of lubrication to protect pump and impeller during storage and replace cover 4 exhaust muffler and system separately OPTION 2 Wet StorageRepeat Steps 1 2 and 4 of Option 1 1 Disconnect sea water inlet hose at sea cock shut off valve BE SURE SEA INLET VALVE IS CLOSED FIRST 2 After the inlet hose has stopped draining place hose into a 2  of an255tifreeze Start engine and run the two gallons on antifreeze through the system until the an255tifreeze comes out the exhaust outlet stop engine and check item 4 Make sure you do not run out of antifreeze while engine is running 14 AdobeUCS  PO cyIGlow Plugs 1 per tyI   WIRING DIAGRAM   o X iii        c  j 0    FIGURE 2 13  iii 6  temperature is approximately 165260F to 195260F on all models except M15 Operating temperature is approximately 135260F to 155260F on Model 15 The ammeter should indicate the charge re255quired based on equipment and battery condition There are three 3New style Universal panels 1 Standard Includes temp and AMP gauges oil light onoff key switch glow plug and start 300680 buttons 2 Deluxe Same as Standard plus a tachometer with 4 selection stations on the back To be 300685 set to correct Model for accurate readings 3 Custom Same as Standard plus a tachometerhour meter with Model selection station on 300690 back and a lowoil hightemp audio alarm with red light KEY START PANELS bJ I UNIVERSAL I 256 256200I UNIVERSAL I 256 CD STANDARD BUTTON START PANELS Replace With Panels BelowUNIVERSAL GCD STANDARD 300680 DEWXE 2568256 UNIVERSAL CD UNIVERSAL  CD DEWXE 300685 FIGURE 1 12 CUSTOM 300690  LEVER A decompression lever fitted to the engine enables the user to start the engine easier when it is ex255tremely cold when the battery is low or when bleeding the fuel system There is no decompression lever on Models 12 M212 M320 M430 and M35 CAUTIONTHE DECOMPRESSION LEVER MUST NOT BE USED TO STOP THE ENGINE EXCEPT IN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS SUCH AS RUN AWAY ENGINE OR THROTILE DAMAGE AS SERIOUS DAMAGE CAN BE DONE TO THE EX255HAUST VALVES When the battery is weak or starting in extremely cold weather In most cases decompression is not  with Glow and Start Buttons and Decompression 1 Pull decompression lever to release position 2 Turn ignition switch to ON position 3 Hold Glow Plug Button in for 30 to 60 seconds then press Start Button to crank engine Models after early 19834 After 3 to 5 seconds when the engine has gained momentum return decompression lever to its original position Engine should now start Models With Start On Key Switch 1 Pull decompression lever to release position 2 Turn key to ON position 3 Energize glow plugs for 30 to 60 seconds 4 Turn key to start position to crank engine 5 After 3 to 5 seconds when the engine has gained momentum return decompression lever to its original position Engine should now start INSTRUMENT PANEL Refer to the instrument panel drawing when becoming familiar with the start up procedure or any general operating requirements of the engine The Blower switch if equipped with enginewill remain in the ON position until it is turned off The Glow Plug or preheat switch requires continuous pressure for whatever time it is necessary to activate the glow plug The Oil Pressure light will come on when starting the engine but should go out after the engine starts A low oil level in the engine crankcase or a serious oil leakage should be suspected if the light comes on at any other time during engine operation Old style key switch is a four position selector type Far left  at the far right moving clockwise The key will spring return to the ON position when released after start up New style key switch is ONOFF only glow and start switches are push button type Both must be engaged to start engine 11 transmission  THE ENGINE 1 Have safety equipment on board and know how to use it 2 Ventilate engine compartment by opening hatches 3 Be sure engine compartment is thoroughly ventilated Run blowers for 4 minutes before starting engine if installed4 Turn blowers off after starting or before starting to eliminate excessive battery drain if preferred 5 Transmission lever should be in neutral Center Position6 Place throttle lever at 13 open position 7 Turn key to ON position to energize fuel pump glow plug and oil pressure light If your panel uses a key switch start go tOh8 Press Glow Plug button for 30 to 60 seconds depending on the outside temperature Continue to hold glow plug button while pressing Start button to crank engine Release both buttons immediately after engine starts Go to 11 NOTE YOU MUST HOLD GLOW PLUG BUTTON IN TO ENERGIZE THE STARTER BUTTON FOR CRANKING ENGINE PANELS WITH KEY SWITCH START 9 Activate Glow Plug switch for 30 seconds to 1 minute depending on the outside air temperature It may be necessary to hold the glow plugs on during the time the engine is cranked in very cold outside temperatures 10 Turn key to full right position to crank engine Release key immediately after start MAKE SURE THE KEY RETURNS TO THE ON POSITION NOTE When cranking engine only crank engine for 10 seconds and pause for 10 seconds Repeat until engine starts See Caution printed on Starter Motor11 Check oil pressure light Should go out after engine starts12 Ammeter should indicate Charge depending on battery condition 12A If you have a voltmeter in place of an ammeter it should read 125 to 145 volts indicating alter255nator is working 13 Check cooling system Make sure water pump is operating by checking for water coming out of exhaust pipe with exhaust  on gauge should gradually increase to 165260F to 195260F on all models except M15 Temperature on Model 15 should read between 135260F and 155260F 14 If oil pressure light does not go out or no water overboard or temperature is not normal STOP ENGINE AT ONCE Recheck all items listed to correct problem 15 If all indications are normal after startup continue to run engine for about 10 minutes to be sure all systems remain normal and operating temperature is maintained 16 With boat still SECURED to mooring and throttle reduced to idle check transmission operation by shifting from neutral to forward to neutral to reverse to neutral Make sure no lines or  are near the propeller 17 Stop engine after above check out has been accomplished and recheck oil and water levels 9 the top GENERAL CARE If the boat is left afloat for periods of a month or more the engine should be started at least every 14 days to prevent internal corrosion Regularly spray external unpainted surfaces and exposed unpainted electrical equipment with a corrosion and moisture protective coating ENGINE ALIGNMENT TO SHAFT COUPLING It is the responsibility of the dealer or yard to properly align the engine and shaft to within 002 to 004 inches The boat must be in the water when this is done Alignment is not the responsibility of Universal Motors If not done properly damage to shaft and engine can occur usually vibration is present if alignment is off HAVE YOU MAILED IN YOUR WARRANTY CARD A WARRANTY CARD MUST BE ON FILE FOR WARRANTY WORK APPROVAL OR PROOF OF PURCHASE DATE PREPARATIONS FOR STARTING YOUR NEW DIESEL ENGINE For long dependable service become familiar with the operating requirements of your engine All Universal Diesel engines are completely factory tested under load conditions before shipment In preparation for starting engine oil must be added to the crankcase Refer to specifications for lubrication oil type and capacity Recheck oil level on dipstick it should be to full mark do not overfill when checking oil remove dipstick wait 15 seconds then recheck The oil level should be checked before the first startup each day Dipstick has high and low markings Oil levels either above or below these marks should never be allowed Oil is put into the engine by removing the screw cap on the top of the rocker arm cover Fill the crankcase with oil to the upper mark on the dipstick and securely replace the filler cap THE TRANSMISSION IS SHIPPED WITH OIL BUT SHOULD BE CHECKED PRIOR TO OPERATION Refer to specification of oil type and capacity Recheck oil level on dipstick DIPSTICK TO BE IN255SERTED ONLY DO NOT SCREW INSee transmission instructions for additional information FILL TO INDENTED RING ON DIPSTICK only An unrestricted water supply must be provided to the engine Use a minimum of 12 through hull fit255ting Locate the scoop where it will have a full supply of water at all times regardless of running posi255tion or rough seas A sea cock or gate valve is necessary at the water inlet point The water pump has a 38 NPT suction inlet and the heat exchanger has a 38 NPT water outlet Use a  hose for the suction side A water strainer installed in the line ahead of the water pump aids in preventing clogging of the cooling system The exhaust pipe is 114 NPT on all models except M50 which is 1112 NPT The fresh water manifold on all models except M15 should be filled slowly to the bottom of the filler cap A 5050 mixture of fresh water and antifreeze solution is acceptable as an all weather coolant eliminating the need to drain the fresh water system for cold weather operation or storage A coolant mixture may change based on climatic conditions in your area The rust preventive will aid in reducing rust formation if no antifreeze is used Model 15 being sea water cooled draws its water directly from the sea filling the engine system and discharging the hot water overboard into the exhaust line Be sure water pump is lubricated by turning grease cup if provided on your  112 turn at 30 hour intervals Pumps with no grease cup do not require lubrications 7 minimum vibration the top CAUTIONFRESH WATER COOLING SYSTEM ALL MODELS EXCEPT M15 THIS SYSTEM MUST BE FILLED SLOWLY WITH A SOISO BLEND OF WATER AND A GOOD GRADE OF PREMIUM ANTIFREEZE THE COOLANT BLEND MAY CHANGE BASED ON CLIMATIC CONDITION IN YOUR AREAOR YOU MAY ALSO USE CLEAN FRESH WATER WITH AN ANTI RUST INHIBITOR DO NOT USE PURE ANTIFREEZE AFTER ENGINE HAS REACHED OPERATING TEMPERATURE IT MAY REQUIRE ADDING MORE COOLANT AS THE AIR IS PURGED FROM THE SYSTEM IF ENGINE OVERHEATS RECHECK LEVEL IF HOT WATER HEATER IS INSTALLED ALL AIR MUST BE REMOVED FROM THE LINES AND SYSTEM TO PREVENT OVERHEATING USUALLY BY MEANS OF AN ADDED BLEED VALVE IN HEATER LINE OR EXPANSION TANK IN THE SYSTEM COOLING SYSTEM Model 15 THE M15 WHICH IS COOLED DIRECTLY BY SEA WATER USES A RECIRCULATING SYSTEM WHICH DISCHARGES THE WATER AND VAPOR OVERBOARD WITH THE EXHAUST GASES EXHAUST SYSTEM IT SHOULD BE INSTALLED WITHOUT SHARP BENDS AND SHOULD BE DESIGNED TO DRAIN ANY WATER AWAY FROM THE ENGINE THE WATER INLET TO EXHAUST LINE MUST BE LOCATED TO PREVENT WATER FROM BACKING UP INTO THE ENGINElF A WATERLIFT CAN TYPE MUFFLER IS USED BE SURE IT IS LARGE ENOUGH TO HOLD  3 TIMES THE AMOUNT OF WATER THAT MAY BE IN THE LINES WHEN THE ENGINE IS SHUT DOWN SO THAT WATER WONT BACK UP INTO THE ENGINE CAUTION PROLONGED CRANKING OF THE ENGINE WITH FAILURE TO START CAN FILL THE EX255HAUST SYSTEM WITH SEA WATER CAUSING IT TO BACK UP INTO THE ENGINE CAUSING SERIOUS DAMAGE TO THE ENGINE WHEN CRANKING IS STOPPED CHECK COMPLETE SYSTEM AT LEAST MONTHLY FOR LEAKS STARTING  STOPPING ENGINE BE SURE TO CAREFULLY READ INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO START AND STOP YOUR ENGINE BEFORE STARTING ENGINE FUEL SUPPLY DO NOT RUN ENGINE OUT OF FUEL OR REBLEEDING OF YOUR FUEL SYSTEM WILL BE REQUIRED FUEL MUST BE FREE OF ANY MOISTURE OR IMPURITIES CHECK CAREFULLY MOISTURE CAN SERIOUSLY DAMAGE PUMP AND NOZZLES AN ADDITIVE SHOULD BE USED AS BACTERIA GROWTH CAN PREVENT GOOD RUNNING CONDITIONS CAUSING THE ENGINE TO RUN ERRATIC OR LOSE POWER STARTING MOTOR CRANK THE ENGINE FOR ONLY 10 SECONDS AND PAUSE FOR 10 SECONDS REPEAT UNTIL ENGINE STARTS NEVER CRANK ENGINE LONGER THAN 20 SECONDS WITHOUT A PAUSE TO PERMIT STARTER TO COOL DOWN USE OF GLOW PLUGS WILL AID IN STARTING REDUCE CRANKING TIME AND INCREASE BATTERY LIFE ENGINE SOLD AFTER EARLY 1983 REQUIRES GLOW PLUG BUTTON TO BE ENGAGED IN ORDER FOR STARTER BUTTON TO ENERGIZE STARTER 5 CAUTION Your Universal Diesel engine is supplied with top quality factory tested components These will not however replace safe practices in the handling of fuel and the use of your engine The following pro255cedures if observed will help insure safe operation and prevent damage to your engine and its components SAFETY PROCEDURES KEEP THE ENGINE AND ENGINE COMPARTMENT CLEAN AND FREE FROM OILY WASTE AND CLOTHS KEEP FUEL AND OIL OUT OF BILGE PERIODICALLY INSPECT THE ENGINE EXHAUST SYSTEM FUEL LINES AND WATER CON255NECTIONS FOR LEAKS DO NOT OVERFILL THE FUEL SUPPLY TANK THIS MAY CAUSE RAW FUEL TO AC255CUMULATE IN THE BILGE THE BLOWER SHOULD ALWAYS BE OPERATED FOR APPROXIMATELY FOUR 4MINUTES PRIOR TO STARTING THE ENGINE SO THAT THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT WILL BE COM255PLETELY VENTILATED IF BLOWER IS INSTALLED LUBRICATION THE ENGINE IS SHIPPED FROM THE FACTORY WITH THE CRANKCASE EMPTY THE CORRECT GRADE AND AMOUNT OF OIL MUST BE ADDED BEFORE OPERATION SEE SPECIFICATIONS AND FILL TO FULL MARK ON DIPSTICK THE TRANSMISSION IS FILLED BEFORE SHIPMENT BUT THE OIL LEVEL MUST BE CHECK255ED BEFORE OPERATION SEE SPECIFICATIONS PAGE 41 ALTERNATOR TO PREVENT ALTERNATOR DAMAGE DO NOT OPEN OR SWITCH BATTERY CIRCUITS WHILE THE ENGINE IS RUNNING RACING THE ENGINE DO NOT RACE THE ENGINE THIS PRACTICE MAY CAUSE SERIOUS DAMAGE DECOMPRESSION LEVER DO NOT USE THE DECOMPRESSION LEVER TO STOP THE ENGINE THIS WILL CAUSE SERIOUS DAMAGE TO THE EXHAUST VALVES MODELS M12 M210 M320 M430 ANd M3S DO NOT HAVE A DECOMPRESSION LEVER MAINTENANCE AND UPKEEP IT IS THE OWNERS OR OPERATORS RESPONSIBILITY TO PERFORM ALL NECESSARY PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE AND UPKEEp AT LEAST SEMI ANNUALLY 4 9                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Engine Specifications                                                         MODEL CROSS REFERENCE GUIDE PAST 10  5411 5416 5421 5424 5432 5444  Discontinued  Replaced With New Model  Improved  New Mini Series New In 1986 M25XP New In 1987 M35 UPDATE M15 M20 M25 M30 M40 M50 New In 1988 M212 M320 M430 19871988 M12 M18 M25 19881989 M212 M320 M430 M25XP M30 M35 M40 MSO MARINE DIESEL OWNERS MANUAL MODELS M212 M320 M430 M2SXP M35 M30 M40 M50 PART NUMBER 200157 WESTERBEKE  j MYLES STANDISH INDUSTRIAL PARK 150 JOHN HANCOCK ROAD TAUNTON MA 027807319 AdobeUCSMARINE DIESEL OWNERS MANUAL MODELS M212 M320 M430 M2SXP M35 M30 M40 M50 PART NUMBER 200157 WESTERBEKE  j MYLES STANDISH INDUSTRIAL PARK 150 JOHN HANCOCK ROAD TAUNTON MA 027807319 AdobeUCS

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