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Thank you for purchasing a Honda Outboard MotorThis manual covers operation and maintenance of the Honda BF2AOutboard Motor All information in this publication is based on the latestproduct information available at the time of approval for printingHonda Motor Co Ltd reserves the right to make changes at any timewithout notice and without incurring any obligationNo part of this publication may be reproduced without written permissionThis manual should be considered a permanent part of the Outboard Motorand should remain with the Outboard Motor when it is soldPay special attention to statements preceded by the following wordsADANGER Indicates severe personal injury or death will result if instructions are not followedm Indicates a strong possibility of severe personal injury or deathif instructions are not Indicates a possibility of personal injury or equipment damageif instructions are not followedNOTE Gives helpful informationIf a problem should arise or if you have any questions about the OutboardMotor consult an authorized Honda dealer 1CONTENTS 1 SAFETY 3 2 COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION 5 3 INSTALLATION 7 4 PREOPERATION CHECKS 9 5 STARTING THE ENGINE 13 6 OPERATION 18 7 STOPPING THE ENGINE 24 8 MAINTENANCE 26 9 3510 3711 SPECIFICATIONS 3812 OPTIONAL PART 3913 WARRANTY SERVICE 402 1 SAFETYSAFETY LABEL LOCATIONSRead all safety instructions before using the Outboard Motor WARNING GASOLINE ONLY 103 USgal 1 Liter WPEOFFSPlLLED GASOLINEBEFORE STARTING KEEP AWAYFROM FIRE L WARNING TOAWlD PERSONAL INJULY CAREFULLY ENGINE COVER REMOVED Ld CAUTION TO AOlD DAMAGE TO THE MOTER 0 CHFCK OIL LEVEL BEFORE STARTING 0 ANTICAYITATKJN PLATE MVST BE SVBMERGED IN WATER BEFORE OPERATION D PULL STARTER LIGHTLY NTIL RESISTANCE IS FELT THEN PULL BRISKLY HONDA MOTOR CO LTD MADE IN JAPAN 3m Honda Outboard motors are designed to give safe if operated according to instructions Readand understand theOwners Manual before operating the Outboard Motor Failure to do socould result in personal injury or equipment damageTo ensure safe operation Understand the operation of all controls and know how to stop the engine quickly READ THlS OWNERS MANUAL CAREFULLY Do not exceed the boat manufacturers power recommendation and be sure the outboard motor is properly mounted Never permit anyone to operate the outboard motor without proper instruction Stop the engine immediately if anyone falls overboard Do not run the motor while the boat is near anyone in the water Exhaust contains poisonous carbon monoxide which can cause un consciousness and may lead to death Never run the outboard in a clos ed garage or confined area Gasoline is extremely flammable and is explosive under certain condi tions Refuel in a wellventilated area with the engine stopped Do not smoke or allow flames or sparks where the engine is refueled or where gasoline is stored Do not overfill the fuel tank After refueling make sure that the fuel tank cap is closed properly and securely Be careful not to spill any fuel while refueling Spilled fuel or fuel vapor may ignite If any fuel is spilled make sure that the area is dry before starting the engine Do not remove any guards labels shields covers or safety devices they are installed for your safety 2 COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION ENGINE COVERSTARTER GRIPENGINE STOP BUTTONOIL FILLER CAP ENGINE COVER LOCK BANDCLAMP SCREW ENGINE SERIAL NUMBER STEERING FRICTION BOLTSTERN RODWATER INTAKEGEAR OIL LEVEL BOLT ANODE METALGEAR OIL DRAIN BOLT BFZA S 5 FUEL FILLER CAP CASE PROTECTOR L THROTTLE LEVER OKE KNOB STEERING HANDLE LEVEL INSPECTIONFUEL VALVE LER WINDOW FRAME SERIAL NUMBER III WATER CHECK HOLE BFZA S6 3 INSTALLATIONIt is your responsibility to choose aboat suitable for the engine 2 power recommendation Damage and injury may resultTwo shaft lengths are available forthe BF2A either long or short to STERN CENTERmatch the transom height of theboat1 Installation at the stern at the center lineof the boat2 Installation HeightFor proper propellei depth and enginecooling the boats transom heightmust match the motors shaftlength The short shaft motor requires a transom height of about 15in The long shaft motor requires atransom of height about 20 in Oncethe boat is in the water and loadedcheck proper motor depth by lookingat the anticavitation plate with themotor not running the plate should CAVITATIONbe about 100 mm 4 in below thesurface of the waterDuring operation check to be sure the anticavitation plate remains underwater at all times and that water flows from the water check holeExcessive or imbalanced loading will affect the motors water depthLoading too far forward will raise the motor out df the water reducingengine cooling Loading too much or too far rearward will push the motordeeper reducing Insufficient water supply anticavitation plate out of thewater may cause overheating that will damage the outboard motor 73 Motor the stern bracket to the transom and tighten the clamp screwsCAUTIONl While operating the boat check the tightness of the clamp screws occasionallyl Tie a rope through the hole in the stern bracket and secure the other end of the rope to the boat This will prevent accidental loss of the motor4 Motor Angle CruisingAdjust the motor so the axis of thepropeller is parallel with the water INCORRECT CAUSES BOATTO SQUAT CORRECT GIVES MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE5 Motor Angle Adjustment INCORRECTIf the propeller axis is not parallel CAUSES BOAT TO PLOWwith the surface of the water adjustthe angle of the motor by relocatingthe adjusting bolt on the sternbrackets There are four 1 Loosen the wing nut to free the adjusting bolt 2 Adjust the angle of the motor and tighten the wing nut Be sure that the bolt head and wing ntit are seated in one of the four recesses on the adjustment slot ADJUSTING ROD AND WING NUTCAUTION To prevent damage to the motor or boat make slire the adjusting rod is locked8 4 PREOPERATION CHECKS1 Engine Oil LevelCAUTIONl Engine oil is a major factor affecting engine performance and service life Nondetergent and low quality oils are not recommended because they have inadequate lubricating propertiesl Running the engine with insufficient oil can cause serious engine damageUse Honda 4stroke oil or an equivalent high detergent premiumquality motor oil certified to meet orexceed US automobile manufacturers requirements for SF CCCD or SGMotor oils classified SF CCCD or SGwill show this designation on thecontainer 20 0 20 40 60 80 100F Select the appropriate viscosity for 30 20 10 o IO 20 30 40the average temperature in yourarea SF CCCD or SG low30 is recommended for general alltemperature use 1 Position the outboard motor vertically and check the oil level in the oil level inspection window 2 If the oil level is down toward the lower level mark on the window fill up to the 04 e 042 US qt mark on the dipstick I lb WA OIL LEVEL INSPECTION WINDOW UPPER LEVEL 04 P042 US qt LOWER LEVEL 02 P021 US qt2 Fuel LevelRemove the filler cap and check the fuel level Refill the tank if the fuellevel is lowNOTE Open the vent knob before removing the fuel filler cap When thevent knob is firmly closed the cap will be difficultto removeYour engine R s esigned to use any gasoline that has a pump octane number of 86 or higher or that has a research octane numberof 91 or pumps at service stations normally display thepump octane numberWe recommend that you use unleaded fuel because it produces fewerengine and spark plug deposits and extends the life of exhaust use stale or contaminated gasoline or an oilgasoline mixture Avoidgetting dirt dust or water in the fuel tank Use of a lower octane gasolinecan cause persistent pinging or heavy spark knock a metallic rapping noise which if severe can lead to engine damageCAUTION If spark knock or pinging occurs at a steady enginespeed under normal load change brands of gasoline If spark knock orpinging persists consult your authorized Honda dealer Failure to do so isconsidered misuse and damage caused by misuse is not covered byHondas Limited you may experience light spark knock while operating underheavy loads This is no cause for concern it simply means your engine isoperating tank capacity 10 P 026 US gal FUEL FILLER CAP FUEL TANKAfter refueling be sure to tighten the fuel tank cap firmlyw Gasoline is extremely flammable and is explosive under Refuel in a wellventilated area with the engine stopped Do not smoke or allow flames or sparks in the area where the engine is refueled or where gasoline is storedl Do not overfill the tank there should be no fuel in the filler neck After refueling make sure the tank cap is closed properly and securelyl Be careful not to spill fuel when refueling Spilled fuel or fuel vapor may ignite If any fuel is spilled make sure the area is dry before starting the enginel Avoid repeated or prolonged contact with skin or breathing of vapor KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CONTAINING ALCOHOLIf you decide to use a gasoline containing alcohol gasohol be sure its octane rating is at least as high as that recommended by Honda There aretwo types of gasohol one containing ethanol and the other Do not use gasohol that contains more than 10 ethanol Donot use gasoline containing methanol methyl or wood alcohol that doesnot also contain cosolvents and corrosion inhibitors for methanol Neveruse gasoline containing more than 5 methanol even if it has cosolventsand corrosion Fuel system damage or engine performance problems resulting from the use of fuels that contain alcohol is not covered under the warranty Honda cannot endorse the use of fuels containing methanol since evidence of their suitability is as yet incompletel Before buying fuel from an unfamiliar station try to find out if the fuel contains alcohol if it does confirm the type and percentage of alcohol used If you notice any undesirable operating symptoms while using a gasoline that contains alcohol or one that you think contains alcohol switch to a gasoline that you know does not contain alcohol II3 Other ChecksCheck the following items Propeller shear pin and cotter pin Check for looseness or damage Steering handle Check for impaired operation Stern bracket Check for damageTool kit Check for missing spare parts and tools page 27 Anode metal Check for looseness damage or excessive corrosionThe anode metal helps to protect the outboard motor from it must be exposed directly to the water whenever the motor is inuse Replace the anode metal when it has been reduced to half of its original sizeCAUTION The possibility of corrosion damage increased if the anodemetal is painted over or allowed to deteriorate12 5 STARTING THE ENGINECAUTION To prevent damage to the outboard from overheating neverrun the engine with the propeller out of the water1 Open the fuel cap vent knob 2 to 3 turns FUEL CAP VENT KNOB FUEL FlLiER CAP2 Turn the fuel valve lever ON FUEL VALVE LEVER 133 Move the throttle lever to the START position THROTTLE LEVERCAUTION Do not start the engine with the throttle lever in the FASTposition or the boat will move suddenly when the engine starts4 In temperatures below 2OC 68 F use the choke knob CHdKE KNOB145 Pull the starter rope slowly until resistance is felt then pull brisklyCAUTION Do not allow the starter grip to snap back against the housingreturn it gently by hand to prevent damage to the starter STARiER GRIP6 After starting be sure water is flowing out of the water check holeCAUTION If water does not flow out or if steam comes out stop theengine Check to see if the screen in the cooling water inlet is obstructedDo not operate the engine until the problem has been corrected OBSTRUCTED WATER CHECK HOLE 157 If the choke was used push it in gradually as the engine warms up CHOKE KNOBl Exhaust contains poisonous carbon monoxide gas exposure can cause loss of consciousness and may lead to death Never run the engine in an enclosed area Be sure to provide adequate ventilationl Be careful not to spill any fuel when refueling Spilled fuel or fuel vapor may ignite If any fuel is spilled make sure the area is dry before starting the StartingIf the recoil starter is not working properly the engine can be started withthe spare starter rope in the tool kit1 Remove the engine cover2 Remove the recoil starter by removing the three 6 mm nuts3 Wind the spare rope clockwise around the pulley and then pull it to start the engineCAUTION Keep clear of moving parts4 Reinstall the engine coverCAUTION Do not operate without the engine cover Exposed movingparts could cause injury and water may damage the engine ENGINE COVER STARTER ROPE RECOIL STARTER1 For the first 10 hours of operation run the outboard motor atlow speed and avoid abrupt operation of the throttleTurn the throttle lever toward FAST to increase speed For normal cruising open the throttle about 34NOTE For best performance passengers and equipment should bedistributed evenly to balance the boat I THROTTLE LEVER182 SteeringTo turn to the right swing the steering handle to the left To turn to theleft swing the handle to the rightFor smooth steering adjust the steering friction bolt so that a slight drag isfelt when turning Tii IilCkEAiE A r FRICTION STEERING FRICTION BOLT 193 Reverse1 Move the throttle lever to the SLOW Before rotating the motor from either forward to reverse orfrom reverse to forward reduce the engine speed to SLOW or the boatcould capsize THROT Tl2 To reverse direction turn the motor 180 and then pivot the steering handle as shownCAUTION When operating in reverse proceed with caution to avoid hitting any under water obstruction with the propeller4 Tilting the MotorTilt the motor to prevent the propeller and gear case from hitting bottomwhen the boat is beached or stopped in shallow water1 Stop the engine and turn the fuel valve lever off2 Close the fuel cap vent knob3 With the motor in the forward position raise the motor using the carry ing handle The springloaded tilt lever will automatically move into position and hold the motor when it reaches approximately 754 Adjust the steering friction bolt to keep the motor from movingCAUTION If the motor is tilted in the reverse position crankcase oil willenter the cylinder and may cause difficult starting or may prevent theengine from being cranked If this occurs refer to the section page 365 To return the motor to the normal RUN position hold the motor by the carrying handle and pull the tilt lever toward you then lower the motor slowly CARRYING HANDLE FUEL CAP VENT KNOB TILT LEVERCAUTION Do not transport the motor in the tilted position it may dropsuddenly causing damage to the boat or the motor 21CAUTION To avoid damaging the motor use the utmost care whenmooring the boat especially when its motor is tilted up Dont allow themotor to strike against the pier or other boats xCAUTION To avoid damaging the motor never use it as a handle for lifting or moving the boat22l High altitude operationAt high altitude the standard carburetor airfuel mixture will be excessively rich Performance will decrease and fuel consumption will increaseHigh altitude performance can be improved by installing a smaller diametermain fuel jet in the carburetor and readjusting the pilot screw If youalways operate the outboard motor at altitudes higher than 6000 feetabove sea level have your authorized Honda Outboard Motor dealer perform these carburetor with suitable caburetor jetting engine horsepower will decrease approximately 35 for each 1000 foot increase in altitude The effect ofaltitude on horsepower will be greater than this if no carburetor modification is madeCAUTION Operation of the outboard motor at an altitude lower than thecarburetor is jetted for may result in reduced performance overheatingand serious engine damage caused by an excessively lean airfuel mixture 23 7 STOPPING THE ENGINE 1 Move the throttle lever all the way to the left THROTTLE LEVER2 Push the stop button until the engine stops running ENGINE STOP BUTTON243 Turn the fuel valve lever OFF FUEL VALVE LEVER4 Close the fuel cap vent knob FUEL CAP VENT KNOB 258 maintenance and adjustment is necessary to keep the engine ingood operating condition Perform the service and inspection scheduled inthe following tablem Shut off the engine before performing any maintenance If theengine must be run make sure the area is well ventilated Never run theengine in an enclosed or confined area Exhaust contains poisonous carbon monoxide gas exposure can cause loss of consciousness and maylead to deathCAUTION Use only genuine HONDA parts or their equivalent The use ofreplacement parts which are not of equivalent quality may damage Schedule REGULAR SERVICE PERIOD FIRST EVERY EVERY MONTH 6 MONTHS YEAR ITEM Performed at every indicated EACH USE OR OR month or operating hour 2ORS 100 HRS 200 HRS intervals whichever comes first 3 31 3 Engine oil Check level 0 Chanae 0 0 Gear case oil Check level 0 Change 0 1 0 Check for water 0 contamination I I I Starter rooe Check I I I 0 I Carburetor linkage Check a21 aa Valve clearance CheckReadjust O2 OF1 Spark plug CleanReadjust 0 Shear pin Check 0 Lubrication Grease O1 Fuel tank and filter Clean 0 Combustion chamber CleanRelap Every 300 hours 12 and valves I Fuel line Check Replace if Every 3 years 21 necessarv INOTE 1 Lubricate more frequently when used in salt water 2 These items should be serviced by an authorized Honda outboard dealer unless the owner has the proper tools and is mechanically proficient See the Honda Shop Manual 3 For professional commercial use log hours of operation to determine proper maintenance intervals26 1 Tool kit and spare parts The following tools and spare parts are supplied with the outboard motor for maintenance adjustment and emergency repairs TOOL KIT1 FLAT SCREWDRIVER PLIERS TOOL BAG 10 x 12 mm WRENCH a PHILLIPS SCREWDRIVER SPARE e rxl SPARK EMERGENCY PLUG SOCKET WRENCH STARTER ROPE SCREWDRIVER HANDLE COTTER PINS SHEAR PINS 272 Engine Oil ChangeQrain the oil while the engine is still warm to assure rapid and Turn the fuel valve lever OFF and close the fuel cap vent knob2 Remove the oil filler cap and turn the motor on its side to drain the oil3 Stand the engine in an upright position and fill the crankcase with the recommended oil see page 9 Check the oil level with the dipstick resting on the filler opening do not screw in Fill to the upper level mark on the dipstickOil capacity 04e 042 US qt OIL FILLER CAP UPPER LEVEL 04 P 042 US qt1LOWER LEVEL 02 P 021 US qt OIL FILLER CAP DIPSTICK CAUTION Used motor oil may cause skin cancer if repeatedly left in contact with the skin for prolonged periods Although this is unlikely unless you handle used oil on a daily basis it is still advisable to thoroughly wash your hands with soap and water as soon as possible after handling used oilNOTE Please dispose of used motor oil in a manner that is compatiblewith the environment We suggest you take it in a sealed container to yourlocal service station for reclamation Do not throw it in the trash or pour iton the ground283 Gear Oil CheckChangeOil Level CheckCheck the oil level when the engine is in the vertical position Remove thelevel bolt and see if oil flows out If no oil comes out fill through the drainbolt hole until the oil starts to flow out through the level bolt hole If thereis water in the oil the water will flow out first when the drain bolt isremoved or the oil will be a milky colorOil ChangeRemove the level bolt and drain bolt to drain the oil Inject oil through thedrain bolt hole until it starts flowing out through the level bolt holeReinstall and tighten the level bolt and drain bolt If water is detected in the oil the unit should be inspected byan authorized Honda outboard motor Oil API standard GL4 or GL5 SAE 90 outboard motor gear oilOil capacity 0059 0053 US qt GEAR OIL LEVEL BOLT 3 GEAR OIL DRAlN BOLT84 Starter Rope CheckCheck the starter rope every 6 months or after every 100 hours of outboard motor operation Replace the rope if it is frayed 295 Spark Plug spark plug BMR4A INGK1 Remove the engine cover2 Remove the spark plug cap3 Use the wrench supplied in the tool kit to remove the spark plug4 Visually inspect the spark plug Discard it if the insulator is cracked or chipped5 Measure the plug gap with a feeler gauge The gap should be 0708 mm 00280031 in Correct as necessary by bending the side electrode6 Check that the spark plug washer is in good condition and thread the spark plug in by hand to prevent After the spark plug is seated tighten with socket wrench to compress the washerNOTE If installing a new spark plug tighten l2 turn after the spark plugseats to compress the washer If reinstalling a used spark plug tightenl8 l4 turn after the spark plug seats to compress the washer8 Reinstall the engine coverCAUTIONl The spark plug must be securely tightened An improperly tightened plug can become very hot and may cause engine damagel Use only the recommended spark plug or equivalent Spark plugs which have an improper heat range may cause engine damage PLUG GAP 4 t 0708 mm 00280031 in SOCKET WRENCH306 Cleaning and FlushingAfter each use in salt water or dirty water thoroughly clean and flush theoutboard motor1 Wash the outside of the outboard motorwith clean fresh water2 Remove the propeller3 Stand the motor in a suitable container of water The water level must be at least 4 inches above the anticavitation plate4 Start the engine and run it slowly for at least 5 minutes ANTICAVITATION PLATEl For safety the propeller must be removedl Be sure the outboard motor is securely mounted and do not leave it unattended while runningl Keep children and pets away from the area and stay clear of moving parts during this Running the engine without water can cause serious enginedamage due to overheating Be sure that water flows from the watercheck hole while the engine is running If not stop the engine and determine the cause of the problem 31 7 Lubrication Wipe the outside of the engine with a cloth dipped in clean oil Apply marine anticorrosion grease to the following areas CLAMP SCREW 1 I GREASE NIPPLE ADJUSTING ROD PROPELLER SHAFT328 Shear Pin ChangeA shear pin is used to protect the propeller and drive mechanism fromdamage when the propeller strikes an obstruction1 Remove the cotter pin and the propeller2 Remove the broken shear pin and replace it with a new one3 Install the propeller4 Install a new cotter pin and spread the ends as shown in the When replacing the shear pin be careful not to drop the propeller into the concerning the propellerThe propeller rotates at high speed when the boat is moving Before setting off therefore check the propeller blades for damage or deformationand if there are any abnormalities replace the propeller Carry a spare propeller in case of an unforeseen accident on the waterIf a spare propeller is not available and an accident does occur return toshore carefully while running the engine at low speed SHEAR PIN 1 SPARE SHEAR PINS AND COTTER PINS 339 Servicing a Submerged MotorA submerged motor must be serviced immediately after it is recoveredfrom the water in order to minimize corrosionIf there is a Honda outboard motor dealership nearby take the motor immediately to the dealer If you are far from a dealership proceed asfollows1 Remove the engine cover and rinse the motor with fresh water to remove salt water sand mud etc2 Drain the fuel tank into a suitable container3 Loosen the carburetor drain screw page 351 drain the contents of the carburetor into a suitable container then retighten the drain screw4 Change the engine oil page 28 If there was water in the engine crankcase or the used engine oil showed signs of water contamination then a second engine oil change should be performed after running the engine for l2 hour5 Remove the spark plug While pressing the engine stop button pull the recoil starter several times to completely expel water from the When cranking the engine with an open ignition circuit spark plug removed from the ignition circuit keep the engine stop button depress ed to prevent electrical damage to the ignition systeml If the motor was running when it submerged there may be mechanical damage such as a bent connecting rod If the engine binds when crank ed do not attempt to run the motor until it has been repaired6 Pour a teaspoon of engine oil into the spark plug hole then pull the recoil starter several times to lubricate the inside of the cylinder Reinstall the spark plug7 Attempt to start the engine If the engine fails to start remove the spark plug clean and dry the electrode then reinstall the spark plug and attempt to start the engine again If the engine starts and no mechanical damage is evident continue to run the engine for l2 hour or longer be sure the water level is at least 4 inches above the anti cavitation plate8 As soon as possible take the motor to a Honda outboard motor dealer for inspection and service34 9 Drain the water from the extension case While depressing the engine stop button to prevent starting pull the starter rope several times to expel the water from the extension caseCAUTIONl Do not rest the motor on its side until the water has been expelled from the extension case otherwise water will seep into the exhaust systeml In cold weather the water must be expelled from the extension case to prevent ice from forming in the water pump and water tube2 Drain the fuel 1 Turn the fuel valve lever off 2 Remove the fuel filler cap and drain the gasoline from the fuel tank in to a suitable container 3 Turn the fuel valve lever on loosen the carburetor drain screw and drain the gasoline into a suitable container 4 After draining retighten the drain screw 5 Make sure the fuel cap vent knob is turned to OFF DRAIN SCREWl Be careful not to spill fuel Spilled fuel or fuel vapor may ignite If any fuel is spilled make sure the area is dry before storing or transporting the motorl Do not smoke or allow flames or sparks where fuel is drained or stored 353 To carry hold the motor by the carrying handle Do not carry by the engine cover4 Transport and store the motor either vertically or horizontally as shown here Vertical transport or storage Attach the stern bracket to a standCAUTIONl Any other transport or storage position may cause damage or oil leakagel If the motor is tilted in the reverse position crankcase oil will enter the cylinder and may cause difficult starting or may prevent the engine from being cranked If this occurs refer to the page 37 INCORRECT5 Store the outboard motor in a clean dry areaNOTE Before storing clean flush and lubricate the outboard motor asdescribed on pages 31 and 32 36 IO Will Not Start1 Is there fuel in the fuel tank2 Is the fuel cap vent knob turned to ON3 Is fuel reaching the the carburetor drain screw to see if there is fuel in the bowlm If any fuel is spilled make sure the area is dry before testingthe spark plug or starting the engine Spilled fuel or fuel vapor may ignite4 Is the spark plug firing a Remove and inspect the spark plug Clean and dry the plug and check the electrode gap page 30 b Install the spark plug in its cap and ground the side electrode to any engine ground c Pull the recoil starter briskly and see if the plug sparks d If the spark plug is OK reinstall it and try to start the engineIf the plug does not spark try the same test with a new spark plug If thereis still no spark take the outboard motor to an authorized Honda dealer Case Overheats1 Is the water intake clogged 3711 Model 1 BFZA I Description Code BAES IS Model BAEL L Model output 20 horse power Maximum Full throttle range 40005000 rpm Engine type 4stroke side valve one cylinder Displacement 76 cc 47 cu in Valve tappet clearance 008016 mm 00030006 in Spark plug gap 0708 mm 00280031 in Starter system Recoil starter Ignition system Transisterized magneto Lubrication system Oil slinger system Specified oil Engine API standard SE or SF SAE low30 Gear case API standard GL45 SAE 90 outboard motor gear oil II Oil capacity Cooling system Engine 04 0 042 US qt Gear case 005 P 0053 US at Engine Forced air cooling Exhaust system Water cooling Exhaust system Underwater exhaust1 Spark plug 1 BMR4ANGK II Fuel I Automotive nasofine 91 research octane 86 Dump octane I Tank capacity 10 t 026 US gal Steering equipment Bar handle Tilt angle 75OI Angle of rotation 1 360 I Dimensions S Model 410 x 930 x 275 mm 161 x 366 x 108 in Length X Height X Width L Model 410 x 1080 x 275 mm 161 x 425 x 108 in I Height from stern bracket to S Model 420 mm 165 in anticavitation plate L Model 570 mm 224 in Standard Propeller 3l 84 x 120 mm 7l 14 X 434 in No of bladesdiameter X pitch Dry weight S Model 125 kg 2756 lb L Model 130 kg 2866 lb I38 12 OPTIONAL PARTGEAR OIL 3913 WARRANTY SERVUCEOwner satisfaction and goodwill are important to your dealer and to us AllHonda warranty details are explained in the Distributors Limited Warranty Normally any problems concerning the product will be handled by yourdealers service department If you have a warranty problem that has notbeen handled to your satisfaction we suggest you take the Discuss your problem with a member of dealership management Often complaints can be quickly resolved at that level If the problem has already been reviewed with the Service Manager contact the owner of the dealership or the General Managerl If your problem still has not been resolved to your satisfaction contact the Power Equipment Customer Relations Department of American Honda Motor Co Inc American Honda Motor Co Inc Power Equipment Customer Relations Department PO Box 50 Gardena Califortja 902470805 Telephone 2 13 6042400 We will need the following information in order to assist you Your name address and telephone number Product model and serial number Date of purchase Dealer name and address Nature of the problemAfter reviewing all the facts involved you will be advised of what actioncan be taken Please bear in mind that your problem will likely be resolvedat the dealership using the dealers facilities equipment and personnelso it is very important that your initial contact be with the dealerYour purchase of a Honda product is greatly appreciated by both yourdealer and American Honda Motor Co Inc We want to assist you in everyway possible to assure your complete satisfaction with your customer service contact owners manual was written to cover most of the questions you might ask aboutyour Honda Any questions not answered in the owners manual can be answered byyour Honda dealer If your dealer doesnt have an immediate answer they should beable to get it for youIf you have a difference of opinion with your dealer please remember that eachdealership is independently owned and operated Thats why its important to work toresolve any differences at the dealership level If the service personnel are unable toassist you please discuss your concerns with the dealer management such as theService Manager or the dealerships ownerIf you need to contact American Honda regarding your experiences with your Hondaproduct or with your dealer please send your comments to the following Honda Motor Co IncMarine Relations Office4900 Marconi GA 300058847Or telephone 770 4976400 MF 830 am 700 pm ESTWhen you write or call please provide the following information Your name address and telephone number complete with area code Model and complete serial number Date of purchase Name and location of the selling dealer Name and location of the servicing dealer if different A detailed description of your concerns

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