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For Sale US$ 75,000 ono
Irish Melody was built 1983 (USA) and has sailed from the East Coast USA to the South Pacific as far as Australia. Arrived Samal Island,Davao Del Norte in April 2010 from Palau, where she has been hauled out for anti-fouling and attention to minor osmosis issues (a dozen spots no larger than the size of 25 centavos coin).
Engine: Yanmar 3HMF (27hp) -- lots of spares. Ownership: The first two owners were a doctor and an attorney, and the boat was moored in the north east coast of the US. We don't think it was used very much. Eventually the boat got to Florida where the third owner bought it in 1995, and with his family cruised the Caribbean, went through the canal and up the Central American coast to San Diego. The present owners bought her in San Diego (July 1996), took an off-shore delivery, and after some refitting sailed to Mexico where they began the cruising lifestyle of 7 months cruising and 5 months in dry storage. The present owners sailed her to the South Pacific (20012004), Australia (2005-2006), Marshall Is. (2007-2009), and through Micronesia to the Philippines (Davao) (2010).
Irish melody is a strong boat, well maintained and ready for continued cruising. Each year we have made upgrades, improvements, and replaced major parts as needed and desired. Some of the major features are: Spectra 150 watermaker (new 2006, new membrane 2009), New Force 10-3 burner stove (2008), new aluminum fuel tank (2009), new life raft (2008), new Zodiac dinghy (2006), new Yamaha 8hp outboard motor (2004), new Raymarine wind, speed, depth instruments (2006), new Raymarine GPS (2004), factory rebuilt and
upgraded (2004) Autohelm 6001+ autopilot with linear drive on the quadrant, new 120% genoa (2008), duel refrigeration systems -- Adler Barbour Super Cold Machine and Sea Frost engine driven cold plate. Sails: Main-9oz, 3 reef points, full batten, new 1998, condition is good. Jenoa-6oz 120% on #3 Harken roller furling, new (2008), condition is excellent. Yankee Jib-heavy weather 90% roller furling jib, condition is very good. Storm Jib-very strong hanked on (uses baby stay), condition is very good. Trysail-storm sail on separate track on mast, condition is very good. Asymetrical Spinnaker with dousing sock-condition is good. Anchors: 44 lb Bruce, 33 lb Bruce, 45 lb CQR, large Danforth. 280 ft 5/16" hi-test chain, 250 ft 5/8 nylon rode, harness for sea anchor. Radios: Icom VHF radio, Kenwood TS-50 ham/SSB with pactor 3 TNC for email. This is a well designed cruising boat for two, three or four persons.
Structurally Irish Melody seems sound with the exception of two items that require
attention: (a) button-size osmosis spots are evident in a few places around the hull but these are not significant and are currently being treated on the hard in Samal Island; and, (b) the stanchions forward of the mast appear to require reinforcement plates below deck.
TO THE OWNER
Thank you for choosing a Yamaha outboard motor. This Owners manual contains information needed for proper operation, maintenance and care. A thorough understanding of these simple instructions will help you obtain maximum enjoyment from your new Yamaha. If you have any question about the operation or maintenance of your outboard motor, please consult a Yamaha dealer. In this Owners Manual particularly important information is distinguished in the following ways. The Safety Alert Symbol means ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!
A CAUTION indicates special precautions that must be taken to avoid damage to the outboard motor. NOTE: A NOTE provides key information to make procedures easier or clearer. * Yamaha continually seeks advancements in product design and quality. Therefore, while this manual contains the most current product information available at the time of printing, there may be minor discrepancies between your machine and this manual. If there is any question concerning this manual, please consult your Yamaha dealer. NOTE: The 8MH and its standard accessories are used as a base for the explanations and illustrations in this manual. Therefore, some items may not apply to every model.
Failure to follow WARNING instructions could result in severe injury or death to the machine operator, a bystander, or a person inspecting or repairing the outboard motor.
8C OWNER'S MANUAL 2003 by Yamaha Motor Corporation, USA 1st Edition, January 2003 All rights reserved. Any reprinting or unauthorized use without the written permission of Yamaha Motor Corporation, USA is expressly prohibited. Printed in France P/N LIT-18626-05-30
READ THIS OWNERS MANUAL CAREFULLY BEFORE OPERATING YOUR OUTBOARD MOTOR.
Chapter 1 GENERAL INFORMATION
IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS RECORD..1-1 EMISSION CONTROL INFORMATION.1-2 SAFETY INFORMATION.1-3 IMPORTANT LABELS..1-5 BASIC BOATING RULES..1-6 FUELING INSTRUCTIONS.1-10 Gasoline(petrol)..1-11 Engine oil..1-11 PROPELLER SELECTION..1-12 START-IN-GEAR PROTECTION.1-13
IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS RECORD
OUTBOARD MOTOR SERIAL NUMBER
M B K INDUSTRIE
PRODUCT ASSEMBLED IN FRANCE PRODUIT ASSEMBLE EN FRANCE
The outboard motor serial number is stamped on the label attached to the port side of the clamp-bracket. Record your outboard motor serial number in the spaces provided to assist you in ordering spare parts from your Yamaha dealer or for reference in case your outboard motor is stolen.
1 Outboard motor serial number
EMISSION CONTROL INFORMATION
NORTH AMERICAN MODELS
This engine conforms to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations for marine SI engines. See the label affixed to your engine for details. Approval label of Emission control certificate This label is attached to the bottom cowling.
1 Emission control information label
ENGINE FAMILY :
THIS ENGINE CONFORMS TO 2001 U.S. EPA REGULATIONS FOR MARINE SI ENGINES. REFER TO THE OWNERS MANUAL FOR MAINTENANCE SPECIFICATIONS AND ADJUSTMENTS. g/kw-hr FELs : IDLE SPEED : rpm IN NEUTRAL SPARK PLUG : SPARK PLUG GAP (mm) : DISPLACEMENT : cm 3 FUEL : GASOLINE ADVERTISED POWER : EX VALVE LASH (mm) : IN kw
Existing Technology ; N/A Manufactured date label This label is attached to the clamp bracket or the swivel bracket.
2 Manufactured date label
8 This product emits exhaust gases which contain carbon monoxide, a colorless, odorless gas which may cause brain damage or death when inhaled. Symptoms include nausea, dizziness, 8 Before mounting or operating the outand drowsiness. Keep cockpit and cabin board motor, read this entire manual. areas well ventilated. Avoid blocking Reading it should give you an underexhaust outlets. standing of the motor and its operation. 8 Check throttle, shift, and steering for 8 Before operating the boat, read any proper operation before starting the owners or operators manuals supplied engine. with it and all labels. Be sure you under8 Attach the engine stop switch lanyard stand each item before operating. to a secure place on your clothing, or 8 Do not overpower the boat with this your arm or leg while operating. If you outboard motor. Overpowering the accidentally leave the helm, the lanyard boat could result in loss of control. The will pull from the switch, stopping the rated power of the outboard should be engine. equal to or less than the rated horse8 Know the marine laws and regulations power capacity of the boat. If the rated where you will be boating - and obey horsepower capacity of the boat is them. Refer to the RULES OF THE unknown, consult the dealer or boat ROAD section for basic boating rules. manufacturer. 8 Stay informed about the weather. 8 Do not modify the outboard. Check weather forecasts before boating. Modifications could make the motor Avoid boating in hazardous weather. unfit or unsafe to use. 8 Tell someone where you are going: 8 Never operate after drinking alcohol or leave a Float Plan with a responsible taking drugs. About 50% of all boating person. Be sure to cancel the Float Plan fatalities involve intoxication. when you return. 8 Have an approved personal flotation 8 Use common sense and good judgment device (PFD) on board for every occuwhen boating. Know your abilities, and pant. It is a good idea to wear a PFD be sure you understand how your boat whenever boating. At a minimum, chilhandles under the different boating dren and non-swimmers should always conditions you may encounter. Operate wear PFDs, and everyone should wear within your limits, and the limits of your PFDs when there are potentially hazboat. Always operate at safe speeds, ardous boating conditions. and keep a careful watch for obstacles 8 Gasoline is highly flammable, and its and other traffic. vapors are flammable and explosive. 8 Always watch carefully for swimmers Handle and store gasoline carefully. during the engine operation. Make sure there are no gas fumes or 8 Stay away from swimming areas. leaking fuel before starting the engine. 8 When a swimmer is in the water near you shift into neutral and shut off the engine. 1-3
1 Center line (keel line)
Overpowering a boat may cause severe instability. Do not install an outboard motor with more horsepower than the maximum rating on the capacity plate of the boat. If the boat does not have a capacity plate, consult the boat manufacturer.
Mounting Height To run your boat at optimum efficiency, the water-resistance (drag) of the boat and outboard motor must be made as little as possible. The mounting-height of the outboard motor greatly affects the water-resistance. If the mounting-height is too high, cavitation tends to occur, thus reducing the propulsion; and if the propeller tips cut the air, the engine speed will rise abnormally and cause the engine to overheat. If the mounting-height is too low, the water-resistance will increase and thereby reduce engine efficiency. Mount the engine so that the anti-cavitation plate is between the bottom of the boat and a level 25 mm (1 in.) below it. NOTE: 8 The optimum mounting height of the outboard motor is affected by the boat/motor combination and the desired use. Test runs at different heights can help determine the optimum mounting height. 8 Refer to the section TRIMMING OUTBOARD MOTOR for instructions on setting the trim angle of the outboard.
CLAMPING THE OUTBOARD MOTOR
1) Place the outboard on the transom so that it is positioned as close to the center as possible. Tighten the transom clamp screws evenly and securely. Check the clamp-screws for tightness occasionally during operation of the motor as they can work loose due to engine vibration.
Loose clamp screws could allow the motor to move on the transom or fall off the transom. This could cause loss of control and serious injury. Make sure the transom screws are tightened securely. Occasionally check the screws for tightness during operation. 2) An engine restraint cable or chain should be used. Attach one end to the engine restraint cable attachment point and the other to a secure mounting point on the boat. Otherwise, the engine could be completely lost if it accidentally falls off the transom.
E FILLING FUEL AND ENGINE OIL
1) 2) 3)
Remove the fuel tank cap. Fill the fuel tank carefully. Close the cap securely after refueling. Wipe up any spilled fuel. Fuel tank capacity: Refer to SPECIFICATIONS, Page 4-1.
Ring Free Fuel Additive Gasoline is a precise blend of many different substances, each chosen to give certain characteristics. Gasoline blends have been changing in recent years in response to concerns about pollution and resulting emissions regulations. One of the most obvious changes has been the elimination of lead from most fuels. As gasoline has changed, the amount of additives such as aromatics and oxygenates has increased. These additives are important for the engines in passenger cars, but they can have detrimental effects in marine engines, because of increased deposits in the combustion chamber. When enough deposits collect, piston rings begin sticking. Performance drops and engine wear increases dramatically. While many additives available may reduce deposits, Yamaha recommends the use of Ring Free Fuel Additive, available from your Yamaha dealer. Ring Free has repeatedly proven its ability to clean combustion deposits from inside the engine, notably the critical piston-ringland area, and fuel system components. Follow product labeling for use instructions. 3-5
GASOLINE (PETROL) AND OIL MIXING
Gasoline (Petrol) : Oil Break-in period After break-in 25 : : 1
Pour oil and gasoline into the fuel tank, in that order.
1 Oil 2 Gasoline (Petrol)
Then mix the fuel thoroughly by shaking. Make sure the oil is mixed with gasoline.
8 Avoid using any oil other than the designated type. 8 Use a thoroughly blended fuel-oil mixture. 8 If the mixture is not thoroughly blended, or if the mixing ratio is incorrect, the following problems could occur: Low oil ratio: Lack of oil could cause major engine trouble, such as piston seizure. High oil ratio: Too much oil could cause fouled spark plugs, smoky exgaust, and heavy carbon deposits.
25 : 1
1L (0.26 US gal, 0.22 Imp gal) 0.04 L 12 L (3.2 US gal, 2.6 Imp gal) 0.48 L (0.51 US qt, 0.42 Imp qt) 14 L (3.7 US gal, 3.1 Imp gal) 0.56 L (0.59 US qt, 0.49 Imp qt) 24 L (6.3 US gal, 5.3 Imp gal) 0.96 L (1.01 US qt, 0.84 Imp qt)
(0.04 US qt, 0.04 Imp ql)
100 : 1
1L (0.26 US gal, 0.22 Imp gal) 0.01 L 12 L (3.2 US gal, 2.6 Imp gal) 0.12 L (0.13 US qt, 0.11 Imp qt) 14 L (3.7 US gal, 3.1 Imp gal) 0.14 L (0.15 US qt, 0.12 Imp qt) 24 L (6.3 US gal, 5.3 Imp gal) 024 L (0.25 US qt, 0.21 Imp qt)
(0.01 US qt, 0.01 Imp ql)
NOTE: If using a permanently installed tank, pour the oil gradually as the fuel is being added to the tank.
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If any item in the pre-operation check is not working properly, have it inspected and repaired before operating the outboard motor. Otherwise, an accident could occur.
Fuel 8 Check to be sure you have plenty of fuel for your trip. 8 Make sure there are no fuel leaks or gasoline fumes. 8 Check fuel line connections to be sure they are tight. 8 Be sure the fuel tank is positioned on a secure, flat surface, and that the fuel hose is not twisted or flattened, or likely to contact sharp objects.
Controls 8 Check throttle, shift, and steering for proper operation before starting the engine. 8 The controls should work smoothly, without binding or unusual free play. 8 Look for loose or damaged connections. 8 Check operation of the starter and stop switches when the outboard motor is in the water.
Engine 8 Check the engine and engine mounting. 8 Look for loose or damaged fasteners. 8 Check the propeller for damage.
Do not start the engine out of water. Overheating and serious engine damage can occur.
BREAKING IN (RUNNING IN) ENGINE
Your new engine requires a period of break-in (running-in) to allow mating surfaces of moving parts to wear-in evenly. Correct break-in (running-in) will help ensure proper performance and longer engine life.
Failure to follow the break-in (running-in) procedure may result in reduced engine life or even severe engine damage.
Break-in (running-in) time:10 hours Break-in (running-in) premix ratio: Refer to Gasoline/Petrol and Oil Mixing.
Run the engine under load (in gear with a propeller installed) as follows. 1) First 10 minutes: Run the engine at the lowest possible-speed. A fast idle in neutral is best. 2) Next 50 minutes: Do not exceed half throttle (approximately 3,000 r/min). Vary engine speed occasionally. If you have an easy-planing boat, accelerate at full throttle onto plane, then immediately reduce the throttle to 3,000 r/min or less. 3) Second hour: Accelerate at full throttle onto plane, then reduce engine speed to threequarter throttle (approximately 4,000 r/min). Vary engine speed occasionally. Run at full throttle for one minute, then allow about 10 minutes of operation at three-quarter throttle or less to let the engine cool. 4) Third through tenth hours: Avoid operating at full throttle for more than 5 minutes at a time. Let the engine cool between full-throttle runs. Vary engine speed occasionally. 5) After the first 10 hours: Operate the engine normally. Use the standard premix ratio of gasoline : Oil. (Refer to Gasoline/Petrol and Oil Mixing.)
Excessive trim for the operating conditions (either trim up or trim down) can cause boat instability and can make steering the boat more difficult. This increases the possibility of an accident. If the boat begins to feel unstable or is hard to steer, slow down and/or readjust the trim angle. NOTE: Refer to the section ADJUSTING TRIM ANGLE for instructions on usage.
1 Trim operating angle
ADJUSTING TRIM ANGLE
Manual tilt model There are 4 or 5 holes provided in the clamp bracket to adjust the outboard motor trim angle. 1) Stop the engine. 2) Remove the trim angle adjusting rod 1 from the clamp bracket while tilting the motor up slightly. 3) Reposition the rod in the desired hole. To raise the bow (trim-out), move the rod away from the transom. To lower the bow (trim-in), move the rod toward the transom. Make test runs with the trim set to different angles to find the position that works best for your boat and operating conditions.
8 Stop the engine before adjusting the trim angle. 8 Use care to avoid being pinched when removing or installing the rod. 8 Use caution when trying a trim position for the first time. Increase speed gradually and watch for any signs of instability or control problems. Improper trim angle can cause loss of control. NOTE: The outboard motor trim angle can be changed approximately 4 degrees by shifting the trim adjusting-rod one hole.
Trim angle settings and boat handling When the boat is on plane, a bow-up attitude results in less drag, greater stability and efficiency. This is generally when the keel line of the boat is up about 3 to 5 degrees. With the bow up, the boat may have a greater tendency to steer to one side or the other. Compensate for this as you steer. The trim tab can also be adjusted to help offset this effect.
1 Optimum angle (level keel line) 2 Bow up 3 Bow down
Bow Up Too much trim-out puts the bow of the boat too high in the water. Performance and economy are decreased because the hull of the boat is pushing the water and there is more air drag. Excessive trim-out can also cause the propeller to ventilate, which reduces performance further, and the boat may porpoise (hop in the water), which could throw the operator and passengers overboard. Bow Down When the bow of the boat is down, it is easier to accelerate from a standing start onto plane. Too much trim-in causes the boat to plow through the water, decreasing fuel economy and making it hard to increase speed. Operating with excessive trim-in at higher speeds also makes the boat unstable. Resistance at the bow is greatly increased, heightening the danger of bow steering and making operation difficult and dangerous.
CRUISING IN OTHER CONDITIONS
CRUISING IN SALT WATER
After operating in salt water, wash out the cooling-water passages with fresh water to prevent them from becoming cloggedup with salt deposits. NOTE: Refer to cooling system flushing instructions in TRANSPORTING AND STORING OUTBOARD MOTOR.
CRUISING IN TURBID WATER
It is strongly recommended that the optional chromium-plated water-pump kit be installed if the outboard is to be used in turbid (muddy) water conditions.
Chapter 4 MAINTENANCE
SPECIFICATIONS..4-1 TRANSPORTING AND STORING OUTBOARD MOTOR.4-2 Trailering outboard motor.4-2 Storing outboard motor..4-3 PERIODIC MAINTENANCE..4-6 Replacement parts..4-6 Maintenance chart..4-7 Cleaning and adjusting spark plug..4-8 Checking fuel system..4-10 Inspecting and replacing fuel filter.4-11 Inspecting idling speed..4-12 Checking wiring and connectors.4-13 Exhaust leakage..4-13 Water leakage..4-13 Checking top cowling..4-13 Greasing..4-14 Checking propeller..4-15 Changing gear oil..4-18 Cleaning fuel tank.4-19 Inspecting and replacing anode.4-20 Checking bolts and nuts.4-21 Motor exterior..4-21 Coating the boat bottom..4-21
Model Item DIMENSIONS Overall length Overall width Overall height Transom height Weight PERFORMANCE Full throttle operating range Maximum output Idling speed (in neutral) ENGINE Type Displacement Bore stroke Ignition system Spark plug Spark plug gap Control system Starting system Alternator output Starting carburetion system DRIVE UNIT Gear positions Gear ratio Trim and tilt system Propeller mark FUEL AND OIL Recommended fuel Fuel tank capacity Recommended engine oil Lubrication Fuel:oil ratio Recommended gear oil Gear oil capacity TIGHTENING TORQUE Spark plug Propeller nut Nm (kgfm, lbft) Nm (kgfm, lbft) 25 (2.5, 18) 17 (1.7, 12) P.O.N. L (US gal, Imp gal) Regular unleaded gasoline Minimum (6.6, 5.5) YAMALUBE 2 STROKE OUTBOARD OIL or an equivalent TCW3 certified outboard oil Premix 100:1 Hypoid gear oil (SAE90) 160 (5.41, 5.63) Forward-Neutral-Reverse 2.08 (27/13) Manual tilt N cm3 (cu.in.) mm (in.) NGK mm (in.) 2-stroke, L(10.01) (1.97 1.65) CDI system BR7HS-10 0.91.0 (0.0350.039) Tiller control Manual start 12 (80) Choke start r/min kW (HP) @ r/min r/min 4,5005,500 5.9 (8) @ 5,mm (in.) mm (in.) mm (in.) mm (in.) kg (lb.) 802 (31.6) 343 (13.5) 977 (38.5) 436 (17.2) 27 (59.4) Unit 8MH
Fuel:Oil cm3 (US oz, Imp oz)
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Leaking fuel is a fire hazard. When transporting and storing the outboard motor, close the air vent screw and fuel cock to prevent fuel from leaking.
TRAILERING OUTBOARD MOTOR
The motor should be trailered and stored in the normal running position. If there is insufficient road clearance in this position, then trailer the motor in the tilt position using a motor support device such as a transom saver bar. For further details, consult your Yamaha dealer.
8 Never get under the lower unit while it is tilted, even if a motor support bar is used. Severe injury could occur if the outboard accidentally falls. 8 USE CARE when transporting fuel tank, whether in a boat or car. 8 DO NOT fill fuel container to maximum capacity. Gasoline will expand considerably as it warms up and can build up pressure in the fuel container. This can cause fuel leakage and a potential fire hazard.
Do not use the tilt support lever/knob when trailering the boat. The outboard motor could shake loose from the tilt support and fall. If the motor can not be trailered in the down position, use an additional support device to secure it in the up position. 4-2
Clamp handle mounting model When transporting or storing the outboard motor while removed from a boat, fold the tiller handle and lean the motor on the tiller handle to keep in a horizontal position.
Keep the power unit higher than the propeller at all times. Otherwise, cooling water can run into the cylinder, which could result in damage. NOTE: Place a towel or the like under the outboard motor to protect it from damage.
STORING OUTBOARD MOTOR When storing your Yamaha outboard for prolonged periods of time, (2 months or longer), several important procedures must be performed to prevent expensive damage. It is advisable to have your outboard serviced by an authorized Yamaha dealer prior to storage. However, the following procedures can be performed by you, the owner, with a minimum of tools. Filling Fuel Tank Fill the fuel tank with fresh fuel and add one ounce of Yamaha fuel conditioner and stabilizer (Part No. LUB-FUELC-1200) to each gallon of fuel. NOTE: The use of Yamaha Fuel Conditioner and Stabilizer eliminates the need to drain the fuel system. Consult your Yamaha dealer or other qualified mechanic if the fuel system is to be drained instead. 4-3
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE w
Be sure to turn off the engine when you perform maintenance unless otherwise specified. If the owner is not familiar with machine servicing, this work should be done by a Yamaha dealer or other qualified mechanic. Maintenance, replacement, or repair of the emission control devices and systems may be performed by any marine engine repair establishment or individual. All warranty repairs, however, including those to the emission control system, must be performed by an authorized Yamaha marine dealership. A service manual is available for purchase through a Yamaha dealer for owners who have the mechanical skills, tools, and other equipment necessary to perform maintenance not covered by this owners manual.
If replacement parts are necessary, use only genuine Yamaha parts or equivalents of the same type and of equivalent strength and materials. Any part of inferior quality may malfunction, and the resulting loss of control could endanger the operator and passengers. Yamaha genuine parts and accessories are available from a Yamaha dealer. 4-6
Frequency of maintenance operations may be adjusted according to the operating conditions, but the following table gives general guidelines. Refer to the sections in this chapter for explanations of each owner-specific action. The mark (G) indicates the check-ups which you may carry out yourself. The mark (1) indicates work to be carried out by your Yamaha dealer.
Item Spark plug(s) Greasing points Gear oil Fuel system Fuel filter (disposable) Fuel tank (Yamaha portable tank) Idling speed (carburetor models) Anode(s) (external) Anode(s) (internal) Cooling water passages Propeller and cotter pin Battery Throttle link / throttle cable / throttle pick-up timing Shift link / shift cable Thermostat Water pump Cowling clamp Actions Cleaning / adjustment / replacement Greasing Change Inspection Inspection / replacement Inspection / cleaning Inspection / adjustment Inspection Inspection Cleaning Inspection Inspection / replacement / replacement / replacement / charging G/1 G/1 G G G/1 G/G G G Initial 10 hours 50 hours (1 month) (3 months) G G G G/1 G Every 100 hours 200 hours (6 months) (1 year) G G G G G/1 G
Inspection / adjustment Inspection / adjustment Inspection Inspection Inspection
NOTE: When operating in salt water, turbid or muddy water, the engine should be flushed with clean water after each use.
CLEANING AND ADJUSTING SPARK PLUG
When removing or installing a spark plug, be careful not to damage the insulator. A damaged insulator could allow external sparks, which could lead to explosion or fire. The spark plug is an important engine component and is easy to inspect. The condition of the spark plug can indicate something about the condition of the engine. For example, if the center electrode porcelain is very white, this could indicate an intake air leak or carburetion problem in that cylinder. Do not attempt to diagnose any problems yourself. Instead, take the outboard motor to a Yamaha dealer. You should periodically remove and inspect the spark plug because heat and deposits will cause the spark plug to slowly break down and erode. If electrode erosion becomes excessive, or if carbon and other deposits are excessive, you should replace the spark plug with another of the correct type. Standard spark plug: Refer to SPECIFICATIONS, page 4-1. Before fitting the spark plug, measure the electrode gap with a wire thickness gauge; adjust the gap to specification if necessary. Spark plug gap: Refer to SPECIFICATIONS, page 4-1.
When fitting the plug, always clean the gasket surface and use a new gasket. Wipe off any dirt from the threads and screw in the spark plug to the correct torque. Spark plug torque: Refer to SPECIFICATIONS, page 4-1. NOTE: If a torque-wrench is not available when you are fitting a spark plug, a good estimate of the correct torque is 1/4 to 1/2 a turn past finger-tight. Have the spark plug adjusted to the correct torque as soon as possible with a torque-wrench. Initial of spark plug I.D. mark B C/BK D Plug wrench size 21 mm (13/16 in.) 16 mm (5/8 in.) 18.3 mm (23/32 in.)
1 Spark plug gap 2 Spark plug I.D. mark (NGK)
CHECKING FUEL SYSTEM
Gasoline (petrol) and its vapors are highly flammable and explosive. Keep away from sparks, cigarettes, flames or other sources of ignition. Check the fuel line for leaks, cracks, or malfunctions. If any problem is found, it should be repaired immediately by Yamaha dealer or other qualified mechanic. Checking points 8 Fuel system parts leakage. 8 Fuel hose joint leakage. 8 Fuel hose cracks or other damage. 8 Fuel connector leakage.
Leaking fuel can result in fire or explosion. 8 Check for fuel leakage regularly. 8 If any fuel leakage is found, the fuel system must be repaired by a qualified mechanic. Improper repairs can make the outboard unsafe to operate.
Remove the oil drain plug 1. Remove the oil level plug 2 to allow the oil to drain completely.
Inspect the used oil after it has been drained. If the oil is milky, water is getting into the gear-case which can cause gear damage. Consult a Yamaha dealer for repair of the lower unit seals. NOTE: For disposal of used oil consult your Yamaha dealer.
5) With the outboard motor in a vertical position, and using a flexible or pressurized filling device, inject the gear oil into the oil drain plug hole. Gear oil grade/capacity: Refer to SPECIFICATIONS, page 4-1.
When the oil begins to flow out of the oil level plug hole, insert and tighten the oil level plug. Insert and tighten the oil drain plug.
CLEANING FUEL TANK
Gasoline (petrol) is highly flammable, and its vapors are flammable and explosive. 8 If you have any question about properly doing this procedure, consult your Yamaha dealer. 8 Keep away from sparks, cigarettes, flames or other sources of ignition when cleaning the fuel tank. 8 Remove the fuel tank from the boat before cleaning it. Work only outdoors in an area with good ventilation. 8 Wipe up any spilled fuel immediately. 8 Reassemble the fuel tank carefully. Improper assembly can result in a fuel leak, which could result in a fire or explosion hazard. 8 Dispose of old gasoline according to local regulations.
To clean the fuel tank: 1) Empty the fuel tank into an approved gasoline container. 2) Pour a small amount of suitable solvent in the tank. Reinstall the cap and shake the tank. Drain the solvent completely.
To clean the fuel filter: 1) Remove the screws holding the fuel meter assembly. Pull the assembly out of the tank. 2) Clean the filter (located on the end of the suction pipe) in a suitable cleaning solvent. Allow the filter to dry. 3) Replace the gasket with a new one. Reinstall the fuel meter assembly and tighten the screws firmly.
INSPECTING AND REPLACING ANODE(S)
Yamaha outboard motors are protected from corrosion by sacrificial anodes. Inspect the external anodes periodically. Remove scales from the surfaces of the anodes. Consult a Yamaha dealer for replacement of external anodes.
Do not paint anodes, as this would render them ineffective. NOTE: Inspect ground leads attached to external anodes on equipped models. Consult a Yamaha dealer for inspection and replacement of internal anodes attached to the power unit.
Start-in-gear protection..1-13 Starter will not operate..5-6 Starting engine..3-10 Steering friction adjustment.2-6 Stopping engine..3-15 Storing outboard motor.4-3 T Temporary action in emergency.5-5 Throttle control grip..2-4 Throttle friction adjustment..2-5 Throttle indicator..2-4 Tiller handle...2-5 Tilt support knob..2-7 Tilting up/down..3-21 Top cowling lock lever..2-7 Trailering outboard motor..4-2 Transporting and storing outboard motor..4-2 Treatment of submerged motor.5-8 Trim angle adjusting rod..2-6 Trim angle settings and boat handling..3-18 Trimming outboard motor..3-16 Troubleshooting..5-1 W Warning labels...1-5 Warming up engine.3-13 Water leakage...4-13 Warranty information..Next page
IMPORTANT WARRANTY INFORMATION FOR U.S.A. AND CANADA
Welcome to the Yamaha Family! Congratulations on the purchase of your new Yamaha marine power. Yamaha is committed to exceptional customer satisfaction, and we want your ownership experience to be a satisfying one. Please read the following warranty information to help ensure satisfaction with your Yamaha. Yamaha is ready to stand behind your purchase with strong warranty coverage. To be sure you receive all the benefits of warranty, please take the following steps: 1. Be sure your new Yamaha is registered for warranty. Your boat dealer should do this at the time of sale. Make sure your dealer gives you a copy of the completed Yamaha registration card for your records. If you are unsure whether or not your Yamaha is registered, complete the Warranty Registration card found inside the cover of the Owner's Manual. Mail it to the distributor for the country in which you live (see step 6 for the correct address). If your Yamaha is not properly registered, a warranty repair could be unnecessarily delayed while registration records are checked. 2. Read the Limited Warranty statement which follows these instructions. This warranty applies to Yamaha outboard motors sold in the United States, whether purchased separately or when supplied as original equipment by a boat builder. The terms also apply to original equipment packages sold in Canada, with coverage provided by Yamaha Motor Canada (see ``Warranty Guide'' for Canadian models). This warranty explains the conditions of the warranty, including the obligations that your dealer and you as the owner have under the warranty. For example, your Yamaha outboard must receive a proper pre-delivery inspection (PDI) by the selling dealer. Failure to take this important step could jeopardize warranty coverage! 3. If you need warranty repairs, you must take your Yamaha outboard to an authorized Yamaha outboard dealer. Be aware that not all selling boat dealers are authorized Yamaha dealers. Only authorized dealers have the factory training, special tools, and Yamaha support needed to perform warranty repairs. 4. If you are away from home, or your selling dealer is not an authorized Yamaha dealer, use the following toll-free numbers to find the nearest Yamaha dealer. United States Dealer Locations: 1-800-692-6242 Canada Dealer Locations: 1-800-267-8577
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CUSTOMER SERVICE If your machine requires warranty service, you must take it to any authorized Yamaha outboard dealer within the continental United States. Be sure to bring your warranty registration identification or other valid proof of the original date of purchase. If a question or problem arises regarding warranty, first contact the owner of the dealership. Since all warranty matters are handled at the dealer level, this person is in the best position to help you. If you are still not satisfied and require additional assistance, please write: YAMAHA MOTOR CORPORATION U.S.A. CUSTOMER RELATIONS DEPARTMENT P.O.Box 6555 Cypress, California 90630 When contacting Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A. dont forget to include any important information such as names, addresses, model, engine serial number, dates, and receipts. CHANGE OF ADDRESS The federal government requires each manufacturer of a motor vehicle to maintain a complete, up-to-date list of all first purchasers against the possibility of a safety-related defect and recall. This list is complied from the purchase registrations sent to Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A. by the selling dealer at the time of your purchase. If you should move after you have purchased your new outboard, please advise us of your new address by sending a postcard listing your outboard model name, engine serial number, dealer number (or dealers name) as it is shown on your warranty identification, your name and new mailing address. Mail to: YAMAHA MOTOR CORPORATION, U.S.A. WARRANTY DEPARTMENT P.O.Box 6555 Cypress, California 90630 This will ensure that Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A. has an up-to-date registration record in accordance with federal law.
IMPORTANT WARRANTY INFORMATION IF YOU USE YOUR YAMAHA OUTSIDE U.S.A. OR CANADA
Welcome to the Yamaha Family! Congratulations on the purchase of your new Yamaha marine power. Yamaha is committed to exceptional customer satisfaction, and we want your ownership experience to be a satisfying one. Please read the following warranty information to help ensure satisfaction with your Yamaha. This model was manufactured as a U.S.A. specification model, and the warranty statement shown in this manual is for market. To receive the benefits of the warranty that applies to the country in which you use your Yamaha, please note the following information. 1. The warranty on this model is the same as equivalent models sold in the country where you will receive service. If you need more information about your warranty coverage or your Yamaha outside the U.S.A. or Canada, please contact an authorized Yamaha dealer in your country. Keep a copy of your sales contract or invoice for the purchase of your Yamaha and present it if you need warranty repairs. This document should show the date of purchase, which is important evidence the repairing dealer will need to be sure your Yamaha is covered by warranty. If your Yamaha needs warranty repairs, contact an authorized Yamaha dealer in the country where you are. He will explain how to get warranty service in that country. This Yamaha model may not be sold in some countries. Therefore, in some cases your local dealer may not have all the parts or service information he may need, which may unavoidably delay repairs. If this happens, we thank you for your understanding and assure you we will attempt to resolve the situation as quickly as possible.
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