AC Maintenance & Repair Manual for Outboard Motors by Jean-Luc Pallas

By Jean-Luc Pallas

The target of this e-book with its designated step by step color pictures and diagrams, is to let each proprietor to mend their outboard motor conveniently. Troubleshooting tables aid diagnose capability difficulties, and there's suggestion on usual upkeep and winterising and repair.

Jean-Luc Pallas's enthusiasm for passing on his wisdom, in addition to his transparent reasons, particular suggestion and step by step directions make this a distinct publication.

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You will have to adapt the operations described in the instructions to the engine in question (four- or two-stroke, power, electric starter, hydraulic trim/tilt, etc). Adjusting the idling rate. IMPORTANT Your outboard engine was designed to run with its original parts. Use only the manufacturer’s parts to ensure proper performance and warranty. Also, follow the recommended maintenance schedule. Your safety and your engine’s longevity depend on this. Maintenance schedule Points to check What to do When Fuel filter Check – clean Every 6 months or every 100 hours Fuel tank Check – clean Every year Fuel lines Check for leaks Every use Spark plugs Check – clean Replace Every 50 hours Every 200 hours or every year Electrical system Check – renew Every 100 hours or every year Kill switch Check – renew Each use, if necessary Battery Check – fill as needed Every 100 hours or every year Engine oil Change Every 100 hours or every year and every 50 hours for small engines Oil pump Check – adjust as needed Every year or 100 hours Propeller Check Regularly Lubrication points Lubricate Every 100 hours Anodes Check – renew Every 200 hours or every year Gearbox oil Check – renew Every 100 hours or every year Water pump – thermostat Check – replace if necessary Every 200 hours or or every year Linkage Check – adjust as needed Every 200 hours or every year HANDS-ON TASKS Basic tool kit As an outboard user, you should always have a set of tools on hand for doing simple jobs.

1909: Olé Evinrude set the standard for the removable outboard with an angled leg. ◆ 1931: the 10hp Marston Seagull engine was in production in the UK: twin cylinder and capable of powering a 30ft boat. So by the turn of the 20th century the outboard engine, as broadly defined today, was born. But it was not until after World War II that this concept gave rise to an entire industry. Outboards today The outboard engine has become an important piece of boating equipment thanks to its compact, stand-alone format, which combines propulsion and direction – and for its power, which today ranges from 2hp to around 300hp.

If you’re unsure of the source of the noise, use a mechanic’s stethoscope. This tool (which is similar to those used by doctors except that the amplification is lower) will allow you to locate the source of a mechanical noise with great precision. ✹ If you don’t have a stethoscope, you can use a wooden stick or a plastic tube. They will transmit the various mechanical noises, although much less audibly. As a general rule A metallic noise from the cylinder area means that the piston rings are damaged.

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