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Thank you for purchasing a Honda Outboard MotorThis manual covers operation and maintenance of the Honda OutboardMotor All information in this publication is based on the latest available at the time of approval for printingHonda Motor Co Ltd reserves the right to make changes at any time withoutnotice 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 wordsB Indicates a strong possibility of severe personal injury or loss oflife if instructions are not Indicates a possibility of personal injury or equipment damage ifinstructions are not followedNOTE Gives helpful informationIf a problem should arise or if you have any questions about the OutboardMotor consult an authorized Honda dealerw Honda Outboard Motors are designed to give safe and if operated according to instructions Read and understand theOwners Manual before operating the Outboard Motor Failure to do so couldresult in personal injury or equipment damage 1CONTENTS 1 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS i 3 2 WARNING LABELS 4 3 COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION 6 4 INSTALLATION 8 5 PREOPERATION CHECK 10 6 STARTING THE ENGINE 13 7 OPERATION 18 8 STOPPING THE ENGINE 24 l High altitude operation 24 9 MAINTENANCE 2510 3611 i 3812 SPECIFICATIONS 3913 WIRING DIAGRAM 4014 OPTIONAL PARTS 4115 WARRANTY SERVICE 422 1 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSTo ensure safe operation0 Understand the operation of all controls and know how to stop the engine quickly READ THIS OWNERS MANUAL CAREFULLY0 Do not exceed the boat manufacturers power recommendation and be sure the outboard motor is properly mounted0 Never permit anyone to operate the outboard motor without proper instruction0 Stop the engine immediately if any passenger falls overboard0 Do not run the motor while the boat is near any person in the water0 Exhaust gas contains poisonous carbon monoxide Never run the out board motor in a closed garage or confined area0 Gasoline is extremely flammable and is explosive under certain condi tions Refuel in a well ventilated area with the engine stopped0 Do not smoke or allow flames or sparks where the engine is refueled or where gasoline is stored0 Do not overfill the fuel tank and make sure the fuel tank cap is securely closed after refueling0 Be careful not to spill fuel when refueling Fuel vapor or spilled fuel may ignite If any fuel is spilled make sure the area is dry before starting the engine2 WARNING LABELS WARNING START ENGINE WlTH TRANSMISSION IN NEUTRAL MD0 NOT OPEATEWITH ENGINE COVER REMOVED n CHECK OIL LEVEL BEFORE STARTING n PULL STARTER LIGHTLY UNTIL SOME RESISTANCE IS FELTTHEN PULL BRISKLY SEE THE OWNERS MANUAL BEFORE OPERATING WTO MAINTAIN COOLING SYSTEM EFFICIENCY FLUSH THE OUTBOARD MOTOR WITH FRESH L WATER AFTER EACH USE IN SALT WATERWhen storingturn handleup and place motoriC position qor 0 I4 WARNING FLAMMABLE GASOLINEHONDA USE LOW LEAD OR REGULAR GASOLINE 88i PUMP OCTANE DO NOT USE FUELOIL MIXTURE CAPACITY 13LITERS 29lMP GALLONS 34US GALLONS SAFE FILLING LEVEL 25cmlinch BELOW BOTTOM OF OR FATAL IF SWALLOWED IF SWALLOWED DO NOT INDUCE VOMITTING CALL PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY AVOID REPEATED OR PROLONGED CONTACT WITH SKIN OR BREATHING OF VAPORDO NOT USE OR STORE NEAR HEAT SPARKS OR OPEN FLAME REMOVE FROM BOAT FOR FILLING HONDA MOTOR CO LTD TOKYO JAPAN 53 COMPONENT IDENTlFlCATlON SHIFTLEVER CHOKE KNOB ENGINE COVER THROlTLE FRICTION B FUEL LINE CONNECTOR MALE ADJUSTING PLATE pRopELLERyiWA INTAKE FUELGAUGE FUEL F FUEL TANK KIT PRIMER BULB LINE I FUEL LINE CONNECTOR FEMALE ENGINE STOP BUTTON SPARK PLUG OIL FILLER CAP I I THROTTLE GRIP4 1 STARTER GRIP ENGINE COVEROIL PRESSURE INDICATORLAMP STERN BRACKET FLUSH BOLT GEAR OIL LEVEL BOLT EXHAUST GEAR OIL DRAIN BOLT 74 INSTALLATION It is your responsibility to choose TRANSOMrHElGHT a boat suitable for the engine 5 horsepower 5ssf manufacturers power recommen dation Damage and injury may result1 Installation Position Install at the stern at the center line of the boat2 Installation Height fi STERN CENTER Make sure that the transom height is correct for the motor Incorrect installation height will reduce per formance The motor should be installed so that the anticavitation plate is 25 cm 0820 in below the bottom of the boat CAUTION The water level must be at least 4 inches above the anti cavitation plate otherwise the 25 cm water pump may not receive suffi 0820 cient cooling water and the exten t sion case will overheat3 Motor Attachment Attach the stern bracket to the transom and tighten the clamp screws CAUTION 0 While operating the boat check the tightness of the clamp screws occasionally 0 Tie a rope through the hole in the stern bracket and secure the other end of the rope to the boat This will prevent acciden tal loss of the motor SAFETY ROPE84 Motor Angle In cruising Adjust the motor so the axis of the propeller is parallel with the water surface INCORRECT CAUSES BOAT TO SQUAT CORRECT GIVES MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE INCORRECT CAUSES BOAT TO PLOW5 Motor Angle Adjustment If the propeller axis is not parallel with the water surface adjust bv changing the adjusting rod position There are four adjusting stages 1 Push the adjusting rod in A twist upwards in B and pull out to remove ADJUSTING ROD 2 Inserting the rod in the proper hole twist it down to lock ADJUSTING ROD CAUTION To prevent damage to TO 7 the motor or boat make sure the adjusting rod is locked LOCKED POSITION 95 PREOPERATION CHECK1 Check the engine oil level CAUTION l Engine oil is a major factor affecting engine performance and service life Nondetergent and low quality oils are not recommended l Running the engine with insufficient oil can cause serious engine damage Use Honda 4stroke oil or an equivalent high detergent premium quality motor oil certified to meet or exceed US automobile manufac turers requirements for Service Classification SE or SF Motor oils classified SE or SF will show this designation on the container 20 0 20 40 60 60 lOPF 30 2b 10 0 10 20 30 40C Select the appropriate viscosity for the average temperature in your area 1 Position the outboard motor vertically and remove the engine cover 2 Remove the dipstick and wipe with a clean rag 3 Reinsert the dipstick and check the oil level with the dipstick resting on the filler opening do not screw in If the oil level is low fill to the upper level mark Oil capacity 055 P 058 US qt DIPSTICK ENGCNE COVER LOCK LEVER UNLOCK UPPER LEVEL 055 t LOWER LEVEL 1040 e102 Check the fuel level Check the fuel gauge and refill the tank if the fuel level is low NOTE Open the vent knob before removing the fuel filler cap When the vent knob is firmly closed the cap will be difficult to remove Use any regular grade automotive gasoline unleaded gasoline is preferred with a pump octane rating of 86 or higher Never use an oilgasoline mixture or dirty gasoline Avoid getting dirt dust or water in the fuel tank CAUTION Gasoline substitutes are not recommended they may be harmful to the fuel system components Fuel tank capacity 13 e 34 US gal l Gasoline is extremely flammable and is explosive under certain conditions l Do not smoke or allow flames or sparks near the fuel tank and fuel line l Do not overfill the tank and make sure the filler cap is securely closed after refueling l Be careful not to spill fuel when refueling Fuel vapor or spilled fuel may ignite lf any fuel is spilled make sure the area is dry before starting the engine FUELGAUGE VENT KNOB FUEL FILLER 6AP I 113 Check the following items 0 Check the propeller the shear pin and the cotter pin to be sure they are secure and undamaged 0 Check the stern bracket to be sure the motor is securely installed 0 Check steering handle operation 0 Make sure you have the tool kit and spare parts with you p 2612 6 STARTING THE ENGINECAUTION Damage to the water pump engine components and exhaustsystem may occur if the motor is operated while the propeller is out thewater1 Connect the fuel line to the tank and outboard motor as shown Be sure the connectors are securely latched NOTE l Position the fuel tank so the tank fuel line connector is no more than 1 meter 33 ft below the motor fuel line connector l Do not place the fuel tank more than 2 meters 66 ft away from the motor l Be sure that the fuel line is not kinked FEMALE FUEL LINE CONNECTOR MALE FUEL LINE CONNECTOR TO FUEL TANK2 Open the fuel cap vent knob 2 to 3 turns3 Squeeze and release the primer bulb until it feels firm indicating that fuel has reached the motor Check for leaks N If any fuel is spilled make sure the area is dry before starting the engine Spilled fuel may ignite NOTE Do not use the primer bulb while the engine is running PRIMER BULB 13Starting1 Put the shift lever in NEUTRAL NEUTRAL2 In temperatures below 20C 68OF use the choke knob KE KNOB143 Pull the starter rope slowly until a resistance is felt then pull briskly NOTE Do not allow the starter grip to snap back Return it slowly by hand STARTER GRIP4 The oil pressure indicator lamp should be on while the engine is running above idle speed If the lamp goes off stop the engine immediately check the engine oil level and inspect the engine for oil leaks OIL PRESSURE INDICATOR LAMP 155 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 water intake holes are obstructed Do notoperate the engine until the problem has been corrected X 0 WATER CilECK HOLE6 If the choke was used push it in gradually as the engine warms up16Emergency 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 Wind the spare ropeclockwise around the pulley to start the engine CAUTION Keep clear of moving parts3 Reinstall the engine cover CAUTION Do not operate without the engine cover Exposed moving parts could cause injury and water may damage the engine STARTER ROPE7 OPERATION1 Gear Shifting The engine has 3 gears FORWARD NEUTRAL and REVERSE An indicator at the base of the gear shift lever aligns with the letter F N or R on the engine case to show the gear that has been selected Turn the throttle grip to SHIFT to decrease engine speed before moving the gear shift lever CAUTION When operating in reverse proceed with caution to avoid hitting any underwater obstruction with the propeller NOTE The throttle mechanism is designed to limit throttle opening in REVERSE and NEUTRAL The throttle can be opened to FAST only in FORWARD gear NEUTRAL REVERSE182 Steering To turn to the right swing the steering handle to the left To turn to the left swing the handle to the right For smooth steering adjust the steering friction bolt so that a slight drag is felt when turning STEERING FRICTION BOLT I T INLREASE FRlCTltlN 193 Cruising With the shift lever in the forward position F turn the throttle grip toward FAST to increase speed For normal cruising open the throttle about 34 To hold the throttle at a steady setting turn the throttle friction knob clockwise To freethe throt SHIFT LEVER tle grip for manual speed control turn the friction knob counter clockwise NOTE For best performance THROTTLE GRIP passengers and equipment should be distributed to balance the boat evenly from side to side and parallel to the water from front to back FAST THROTTLE FRICTION KNOB TO DECREASE FRICTION TO INCREASE FRICTION 204 Tilting the Motor Tilt the motor to prevent the propeller and gear case from hitting bottom when the boat is beached or stopped in shallow water 1 Stop the engine and put the shift leve into NEUTRAL 2 Pull the tilt lever toward you set the lever in the TILT position and raise the engine to either the 30 45 or 70 tilt oosition In 3To return the engine to the normal RUN position mdve the tilt lever away from you until it stops tilt the engine slightly then lower the engine slowly TILT LEVER CAUTION Do not transport the motor in the tilted position it may drop suddenly causing damage to the boat or the motor 21 CAUTION To avoid damaging the motor use the utmost care when moor ing a boad especially when its motor is tilted up Dont allow the motor to strike against the pier or other boatsCAUTION To avoid damaging the motor never use it as a handle for lifting or moving the boat225 Battey Charging and Lighting Optional parts The DC receptacle provides a 12V 40W current for 12V battery charg ing and lighting The circuit is protected by a 5A fuse that is accessible by removing the engine cover An electrical plug for the DC receptacle is supplied with your motor Wire your charging or lighting cord to this plug w Batteries produce explosive gases Keep sparks flames and cigarettes away To prevent the possibility of creating a spark near the battery connect the charging cords first to the battery then to the outboard motor and disconnect the charging cords first at the outboard motor CAUTION l Connect the positive battery terminal to the positive charging cord DD not reverse the charging cords or serious damage to the outboard motors charging circuit andor battery may occur l When not in use cover the DC receptacle with the rubber cover to keep it dry and clean DC RECEPTACLE FUSE HOLDER FUSE 5A RUBBERCOVER 238 STOPPING THE ENGINE1 Turn the throttle grip to slow and move the shift lever to NEUTRAL NEUTRAL SHIFT LEVER 2 Push the stop button until the engine stops running STOP BUTTON Il 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 carburetor jetting engine horsepower will decrease approximately 35 for each 1000 foot increase in altitude The affect 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 mixture24 9 maintenance and adjustment are important to keep the motor inthe best operating condition Inspect or service as scheduled belowm Shut off the engine before perfoming any maintenance If theengine must be run make sure the area is well ventilated The exhaust contains poisonous carbon monoxide gasCAUTIONl If the engine must be run make sure there is water at lea 4 inches above the anticavitation plate otherwise the water pump may not receive sufficient cooling water and the extension case will overheatl To maintain cooling system efficiency flush the outboard motor with fresh water after each use in salt waterl Use only genuine HONDA parts or their equivalent The use of replace ment parts which are not of equivalent quality may damage the motor REGULAR SERVICE PERIOD Performed at every indicated month FIRST MONTH EVERY YEAR or operating hour interval whichever comas first Gear case oil Shear pin Check 0 Lubrication Grease 0 1 Fuel tank and filter Clean 0 Thermostat Check 0 21 Fuel strainer Change 0 Check Fuel line Every 3 years 2 Replace if necessaryNOTE 1 Lubricate more frequently when used in salt water 2 These items should be serviced by an authorized Honda dealer unless the owner has the proper tools and is mechanically proficient See the Honda Shop Manual 25Tool Kit and Spare PartsThe following tools and spare parts are supplied with the outboard motor formaintenance adjustment and emergency repairsThe tool kit and oil bottle are located in a compartment on the fuel tankSpare shear pins and cotter pins are located on the stern bracket COTTER PINSTool Kit w SHEAR PINS G FLAT SCREW DRIVER PLIERS 10 x 12 mm WRENCH TOOL BAG PHILLIPS SCREWDRIVER PLUG GJ 0 o WRENCH SPARE 8 mm WRENCH EMERGENCY SPARK STARTER ROPE PLUG26Engine Oil ChangeDrain the oil while the engine is still warm to assure rapid and Remove the engine cover Remove the drain bolt and filler cap and drain the oil Reinstall the drain bolt2 Fill the crankcase with the recommended oil see page 10 and check the oil level with the dipstick resting on the filler opening do not screw in Fill to the upper level mark3 Reinstall the filler capdipstickOil capacity 055 P 058 US qt OIL FILLkR CAP DRAIN BOLT DIPSTICK UPPER LEVEL IO55 PI LOWER LEVEL 040 0CAUTION Used motor oil may cause skin cancer if repeatedly left in contact with the skin for prolonged periods Although this is unlikely unlessyou handle used oil on a daily basis it is still advisable to thoroughly washyour hands with soap and water as soon as possible after handling usedoilNOTE Please disp0se 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 itin the trash or pour iton the ground 27Gear Oil CheckChangeOil level checkCheck the oil level when engine is in the vertical position Remove the levelbolt and see if oil flows out If no oil comes out fill through the drain bolthole until the oil starts to flow out through the level bolt hole If there iswater in the oil the water will flow out first when the drain bolt is removedor 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 hole Reinstalland tighten the level bolt and drain bolt If water is detected in the oil the unit should be inspected by anauthorized Honda Oil API standard GL4 or GL5 SAE 90 outboard motor gear oilOil capacity 01 e 021 us pt GEAR OIL LEVEL BOLT GEAR OIL DRAIN BOLT 28Spark Plug spark plug BPR5ES NGK WlGEPRU W14EPRU ND1 Remove the engine cover2 Remove the spark plug cap3 Use the wrench supplied in the tool kit to remove the spark plug4Visually 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 Attach the plug washer Thread the plug in by hand to prevent cross threading7 Tighten a new spark plug l2 turn with the wrench to compress the washer If you are reusing a plug it should only take l8 l4 turn after the plug seats8 Reinstall the engine coverCAUTION0 The spark plug must be securely tightened An improperly tightened plug can become very hot and possibly damage the engine0 Never use a spark plug with an improper heat range PLUG WRENCH 0708 mm 00280031 in 29Cleaning and FlushingAfter each use in salt water or dirty water thoroughly clean and flush theoutboard motorWith Hose Part1 Wash the outside of the outboard motor with clean fresh water2 Remove the flush bolt3 Flush the cooling system using the hose coupler optional a Attach a hose from a fresh water faucet to the hose coupler b Remove the propeller c Turn on the fresh water supply to the hose d Start the engine and run in neutral for at least 5 minutesWithout Hose Coupler1 Wash the outside of the outbnoard motor with 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 anticavitaiton plate4 Start the engine and run slowly for at least 5 minutes l For safety the propeller must be removed l Be sure the outboard motor is securely mounted and do not leave it unattended while running CAUTION l Running the engine without water can cause sixious engine damage due to overheating Be sure that water flows from the water check hole while the engine is running If not stop the engine and determine the cause of the problem l Keep clear of moving partsHOSE COUPLER ANTIXAVITATION the outside of the engine with a cloth dipped in oil Apply marine anticorrosion grease to the following partsNOTE Apply anticorrosion oil to pivot surfaces where grease ENGINE COVER LOCK LEVERTHROTTLE CABLE AN0 PIVOTSHIFT SHAFT AND PIVOT HANDLE PIVOT I TILT LINKAGE ud TILT LEVERREVERSE LOCK CLAMP SCREWS LEVER PROPELLER SHAFT 31Shear Pin ChangeA shear pin is used to protect the propeller and drive mechanism from damagewhen the propeller strikes an obstruction1 Remove the cotter pin the propeller cap and the propeller2 Remove the broken shear pin and replace it with a new one3 Install the propeller then install the propeller cap finger tight4 Install a new cotter pin and spread the ends as shown in the illustration PROPELLER Ii COTTER PIN SPARE SHEAR PINS AND COTTER PINS a Submerged MotorA submerged motor must be serviced immediately after it is recovered fromthe water in order to minimize corrosion If there is a Honda outboard motor dealership nearby take the to the dealer If you are far from a dealership proceed asfollows 1 Remove the engine cover and rinse the motor with fresh water to remove salt water sand mud etc 2 Loosen the carburetor drain screw p 361 drain the contents of the carburetor into a suitable container then retighten the drain screw 3 Change the engine oil p 27 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 hour 4 Remove the spark plug While pressing the engine stop button pull the recoil starter several times to completely expel water from the cylinder CAUTION l When cranking the engine with an open ignition circuit spark plugs removed from the ignition circuit keep the engine stop button depressed to prevent electrical damage to the ignition system i If the motor was running when it submerged there may be mechanical damage such as bent connecting rods If the engine binds when cranked do not attempt to run the motor until it has been repaired 5 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 plug 6 Attempt to start the engine l If the engine fails to start remove the spark plug clean and dry the electrodes then reinstall the spark plug and attempt to start the engine again l 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 cavitation plate 7 As soon as possible take the motor to a Honda outboard motor dealer for insoection and service 33Fuel strainer replacementThe fuel strainer is located between the fuel pump and the carburetor Wateror sediment accumulated in the fuel strainer can cause loss of power or hardstarting To prevent engine malfuction replace the fuel strainer PERIOD Every 200 operating hours or every one yearl Gasoline is flammable andis explosive under certain conditions Do not smoke or allow flames or sparks near the outboard motor while draining fuell Always work in a wellventilated areal Be sure that any fuel drained from the outboard motor is stored in a safe containerl Wipe up any spilled gasoline at once1 Disconnect the fuel tank line from the motor2 Remove the engine cover and remove the fuel strainer NOTE Before removing the strainer place clamps on the fuel tubes on each side of the strainer to prevent fuel leakage3 Install the new fuel strainer with the arrow mark pointing toward the carburetor NOTE Fuel flow will be impeded if the strainer is installed backward344 Remove the clamps used to close the fuel tubes Connect the fuel tank line to the motor Turn the fuel tank vent knob to the ON position pump the primer bulb and check for leaksContact an authorized Honda dealer if you find excessive water or in the fuel strainer FUEL STRAINER arrow marks indicate fuel flow direction CARBURETOR 3510 Disconnect the fuel line and install the cap on the engine fuel inlet Firmly close the fuel cap vent knob FUEL INLET rTdA FUEL LINE CONNECTOR CAP I f2 Loosen the carburetor drain screw and drain the gasoline into a suitable container After draining retighten the drain screwm Be careful not to spill fuel Fuel vapor or spilled fuel may igniteCAUTION In cold weather to prevent ice from forming inside the waterpump pull the recoil starter several times to flush the water out DRAINSCREW363 To carry hold the motor by the carrying handle or hold by the carrying handle and engine cover lock lever as shown here Do not carry by the engine cover4 Transport and store the motor either vertically or horizontally as shown here with the steering handle raised Vertical transport or storage Attach the stern bracket to a stand Horizontal transport or storage Rest the motor on the case protector steering handle side of the motor CAUTION l Any other transport or storage position may cause damage or oil leakage5 Store the outboard motor in a clean dry area NOTE Before storing clean flush and lubricate the outboard motor as described on pages 30 and 31 3711 Will Not Start1 Is the shift lever in neutral2 Is there fuel in the fuel tank3 Is the fuel cap knob turned to ON4 Is the fuel system primed by squeezing the primer bulb5 Is fuel reaching the carburetor Loosen the carburetor drain screw to see if there is fuel in the carburetor float bowl m If any fuel is spilled make sure the area is dry before testing the spark plug or starting the engine Fuel vapor and spilled fuel may ignite6 Are the spark plugs firing a Remove and inspect the spark plugs Clean and dry the plugs and check the electrode gap p 29 b Install both spark plugs in their caps and ground the side electrodes to each other or to any engine ground c Pull the recoil starter briskly and see if the plugs spark d If the spark plugs are OK reinstall them and try to start the engineEngine Overheats1 Are the water intake holes clogged2 Is the thermostat faulty38 12 SPECtFlCATlONS hem 50 horse power IMaximumFull throttle range 4000 5000 rpmEngine type 4stroke vertical single cylinder OHV 127 cm3 77 cu inValve tappet clearance IN 006014 mm 00020006 in EX 01 l019 mm 00040007 inSpark plug gap 0706 mm 00260031 inStarter system Recoil system Transisterized system Forced feeding of oil under pressure with trochoid pumpSpecified oil Engine API Standard SE or SF SAE low40 Gear case API Standard GL45 SAE 90 outboard motor gear oilOil capacity Engine 055 P 056 US qt Gear case 01 P 021 US ptCooling system Water coolingExhaust system Underwater exhaustSpark plug BPR5ES NGK WlGEPRU W14EPRU NDFuel Automotive gasoline 91 research octane 86 pump octaneTank capacity 13 P 34 US gallSteering equipment Bar handleTilt angle 3stage adjustment 30 45O and 70Angle of rotation 45 both sidesOverall length x height x width S Model 525 x 1005 x 340 mm 207 x 396 x 134 in L Model 525 x 1135 x 340 mm 207 x 447 x 134 inHeight from stern bracket to S Model 445 mm 175 plate L Model 572 mm 225 inStandard propellerNo of bladesdiameter x pitch 3200 x190 mm 72532 x 73164Dry weight S Model 27 kg 595 lb L Model 275 kg 606 lb 3913 WIRING DIAGRAM40 14 OPTIONAL PARTSGEAR OIL LARGE ANODE FOR SALT WATER USEREMOTE CONTROL BRACKETKIT CHARGING AND LIGHTING COIL KIT POWER PROPELLER FOR HEAVY LOAD HOSE COUPLEk FOR FLUSHING n ENGINE COVER nNumber of bladesdiameter x pitch3200 x 170 mm 72532 x 61116 in 4115 WARRANTY SERVICEOwner satisfaction and goodwill are important to your dealer and to us AllHonda warranty details are explained in the Distributors Limited 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 Equjpment Customer Relations Department PO Box 50 Gardena California 902470805 Telephone 213 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 personnel soit 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 concernsMEMO 43 MEMO44
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