model
V.I.N.
purchase date
_
warranty expiry date
To be completed by dealer at time of sale
DEALER IMPRINT AREA
The following are trademarks of Bombardier Lirnitee.
TECHNICAL PUBLICATION
AFTER SALES SERVICE
BOMBARDIER L1MITEE
VALCOURT, QUEBEC
CANADA, J02 2LO
BOMBARDIER EVEREST
SKI-DOO
CITATION
ALPINE
OLYMPIQUE
T'NT
BLIZZARD
CARRY-BOOSE
ELAN
ELITE
GRAND PRIX SPECIAL
MOTO-SKI
FUTURA
SPIRIT
NUVIK
MIRAGE
SUPER SONIC
ULTRA SONIC
INDEX
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THE 1981 LIMITED WARRANTY. ..
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FOREWORD
SAFETY IN MAINTENANCE
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CONTROUINSTRUMENTS
Throttle lever, brake lever, ignition/light switch, headlamp dimmer switch,
emergency cut-out switch, manual starter handle, primer, speedometer, tether
cut-out switch, adjustable steering handle, light switch, oil level indicator, hood
opening, tool box, fuel gauge. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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BREAK-IN PERIOD
Break-in, inspection, inspection checklist
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FUEL
Recommended gasoline, recommended injection oil. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..
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PRE-START CHECK
Check points.
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STARTING PROCEDURE
Manual starting..
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EMERGENCY STARTING. . . . . . . . . . .. .
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DRIVE BELT AND GUARD REMOVAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .
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LUBRICATION
Frequency, steering mechanism, chaincase oil level, oil injection system . . .13
MAINTENANCE
Maintenance chart, spark plugs, battery, suspension, track, track tension and
alignment, carburetor, drive belt, steering mechanism, drive pulley, brake, steering adjustment, engine head nuts, engine mount nuts, muffler attachment, fan
belt, general inspection, bulb replacement . . .. .
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STORAGE
Track, suspension, ski assembly, controls, chaincase. fuel tank, carburetor,
cylinder lubrication, chassis, general inspection.
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PRE-SEASON PREPARATION
Pre-season preparation, chart,
,
TROUBLE SHOOTING
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TOOLS....
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SPECIFICATIONS
WIRING DIAGRAM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .
SI METRIC INFORMATION GUIDE. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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OFTEN ASKED QUESTIONS.. .
LISTING OF AREA DISTRIBUTORS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .
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HOW TO IDENTIFY YOUR SNOWMOBILE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .
CHANGE OF ADDRESS OR OWNERSHIP
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LIMITED WARRANTY 1981 SKI..DOO®SNOWMOBILES
1 - PERIOD
BOMBARDIER Lirnitee as manufacturer, warrants FROM THE DATE OF FIRST
CONSUMER SALES, every 1981 Ski-Doo® snowmobile, sold as NEW AND UNUSED, by an authorized Ski-Doo dealer, for periods of:
ELlTE®, ALPINE®
• 12 months for ELAN® , CITATION*, EVEREST®,
models.
• 90 consecutive days for BLiZZARD® 5500,7500, 9500 models subjecs to the
following:
1. If delivery is made after the 31 st day of March of a given year and before the 1st
day of December of the same year, the above 90 day warranty will start on December 1st.
2. If delivery is made on/or after the 2nd day of January of a given year but before
the 31st day of March of the same year, all the unused portion of the 90 day period will be carried over to the next winter and start again on the 1st day of
December of the same year.
2 - WHAT BOMBARDIER WILL DO
BOMBARDIER will repair and/or replace, at its option, components defective in
material and/or workmanship (under normal use and service.) with a genuine
BOMBARDIER component without charge for parts or labour, at any authorized
Ski-Doo dealer during said warranty period.
3· CONDITION TO HAVE WARRANTY WORK PERFORMED
Present to the servicing dealer, the hard copy of the BOMBARDIER Customer Registration card received by the customer from the selling dealer at time of purchase.
4 - WARRANTY TRANSFER
This warranty is transferable to subsequent owner(s) for remainder of warranty period from original date of sale.
5 • EXCLUSIONS .. ARE NOT WARRANTED
• Normal wear on all items such as, but not limited to:
- drive belts
- slider shoes
- spark plugs
breaker points
- runners on skis
• A sulphated battery.
• Replacement parts and/or accessories which are not genuine Bombardier parts
and/or accessories.
• Damage resulting from installation of parts other than genuine BOMBARDIER
parts.
• Damage caused by failure to provide proper maintenance as detailed in the
Operator Manual. The labour, parts and lubricants costs of all maintenance services, including tune-ups and adjustments will be charged to the owner.
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• Vehicles used for racing purposes.
• All optional accessories installed on the vehicle.
(The normal warranty policy for parts and accessories, if any, applies).
• Damage resulting from accident, fire or other casualty, misuse, abuse or neglect.
• Damage resulting from modification to the snowmobile not approved in writing
by BOMBARDIER.
• Losses incurred by the snowmobile owner other than parts and labour,
such as, but not limited to, transportation, towing, telephone calls, taxis, or
any other incidental or consequential damages.
Some states or provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not
apply.
I - EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES
This warranty gives you specific rights, and you may also have other legal
rights which may vary from state to state, or province to province. Where applicable this warranty is expressly in lieu of all other expressed or implied
warranties of BOMBARDIER, its distributors and the selling dealer, including
any warranty of merchantability of fitness for any particular purpose; otherwise the implied warranty is limited to the duration of this warranty.
However, some states or provinces do not allow limitations on how long an
implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply.
Neither the distributor, the selling dealer, nor any other person has been
authorized to make any affirmation, representation or warranty other than
those contained in this warranty, and if made, such affirmation, representation or warranty shall not be enforceable against BOMBARDIER or any other
person.
7· CONSUMER ASSISTANCE
If a servicing problem or other difficulty occurs, we suggest the following:
1. Try to resolve the problem at the dealership with the Service Manager or
Owner.
2. If this fails, contact your area distributor listed in the Operator Manual.
3. Then if your grievance still remains unsolved, you may write to us:
BOMBARDIER llMITEE
Customer Relations
Recreational Products
Valcourt, Quebec, Canada, JOE 2LO
BOMBARDIER LIMITEE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MODIFY ITS WARRANTY POLICY AT ANY TIME, BEING UNDERSTOOD THAT SUCH MODIFICATION WILL NOT ALTER THE WARRANTY CONDITIONS APPLICABLE TO
VEHICLES SOLD WHILE THE ABOVE WARRANTY IS IN EFFECT.
October 1979
Bombardier Limitae
Valcourt, Quebec, Canada, JOE 2LO
®
"Trademarks of Bombardier Lirnitee
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FOREWORD
The operator manual and the Snowmobile Safety handbook have been
prepared to acquaint the owner / operator of a new snowmobile with the various vehicle controls, maintenance and
safe operating instructions. Each is indispensable for the proper use of the
product and should be kept with the
vehicle at all times.
Should you have any questions pertaining to the warranty and its application, please consult the "Often Asked
Question" section of this manual or
your selling dealer.
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This manual uses the following symbols.
.... WARNING: Identifies-en lnstruc~ tion which, if not followed, could
cause personal injury.
. . . CAUTION: Denotes an instruc•
tion which, if not followed, could
severely damage vehicle components.
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NOTE: Indicates- supplementary
information needed to fu!ly complete an instruction.
Although the mere reading of such information does not eliminate the hazard, your understanding of the information will promote its correct use.
SAFETY IN MAINTENANCE
Observe the following
pr~.,;tions:
• Throttle
checked
mechanism
should
be
'f'or treernovement before
startinq engine ..
• Engine should be running only when
pUII~y guard is secured in .pla?~.
!_ ~,el'e_r!u,nenginewithout drive belt
installed_.Running an unloaded engine can prove to be dangerous.
- • Never run engine when the track of
- - .the.vehicle is raised off the ground.
• It can be dangerous to run engine
withthe cab" removed.
• Gasoline is flammable and explosive
'under certain conditions. Always
manipulate in a well ventilated area.
Do not smoke or allow open flames
or sparks in the vicinity. If gasoline
fumes are noticed while drivinq.rths
cause should be determined and
corrected without' delay.
• Maintain your vehicle in top mechanical condition, at all times.
• Your snowmobile is not designed to
be driven or operated on black top,
bare earth, or oiher abrasive surfaces. On such surfaces abnormal
and excessive wear of critical parts
is inevitable.
.,
• Installation of other than standard
equipment, including ski-spreaders,
bumpers, pack racks, etc" could
severely affect the stability arid safety of your vehicle. Avoid adding on
accessories that alter the basic vehicle configuration.
• The snowmobile engine can be
stopped by activating the emergency cut-out switch, tether switch or
~y turning off the key.
• Whenever the vehicle is parked outdoors, overnight or for a long
period, it is suggested to protect it
against the inclemency of the
wheather with a snowmobilecover.
• Do not lubricate throttle and/or
brake cables and housings.
Please read and understand all other
warnings contained elsewhere.
THIS MANUAL SHOULD REMAIN WITH THE VEHICLE AT
TltE ,TIME, OF ,RESALE. '-,
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CONTROLS/INSTRUMENTS
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Throttle Control Lever
Brake Control Lever
Ignition/Light Switch
Head/amp Dimmer Switch
High Beam Indicator
Emergency Cut-Out Switch
Manual Starter Handle
Primer
Speedometer
Tether Cut-Out Switch
Adjustable steering handle
Light switch (Electric Model)
Oil Level Indicator
A) Throttle Lever
Located on right side of handlebar,
When compressed, it controls the engine speed and the engagement of the
transmission. When released,
returns
to idle.
B) Brake Control Lever
Located on the left side of handlebar.
When compressed the brake is
plied. When
it
returns to its original "',,",C"T,r\Y,
effect is proportionate to the pressure
applied on the lever.
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NOTE: On electric start models
('tllrYlnrnC:Clrlf1 the brake lever
will light up the oil
indicator bulb.
If bulb does not
up, replace with a
new one.
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C) Ignition/Light Switch
(Manual Start Models)
OFF
f1i':\--ON
~-"TEST"
3
switch. To
turn key clockwise to
ON
. To stop engine, turn key
counter-clockwise to OFF
The lights are automatically ON whenever the engine is running.
To test oil level indicator bulb, with engine running, turn key to test position.
If bulb does not
(Electric Start Models)
OFF
f1i':\_ON
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START
Key operated, 3 position switch. To
start engine, turn key fully clockwise to
START position and hold. Return
to ON position immediately when engine has started. To stop engine, turn
key counter-clockwise to OFF position.
D) Headlamp Dimmer Switch
J) Tether Cut-Out Switch
Located on left side of handlebar, flick
switch to high or low beam.
Attach tether cord to wrist or other
convenient location then snap tether
cut-out cap over receptacle before
starting engine.
If emergency engine "shut-off" is required completely pull cap from safety
switch and engine power will be autornaticaIly shut off" .
E) High Beam Indicator
Lights up when headlamp is on high
beam.
A Emergency Cut-Out Switch
A 3 position switch located on the right
side of the handlebar. To stop the engine in an emergency, flick the lever to
either upper or lower "OFF' position.
To start engine, lever must be in middle "ON" position.
The driver of this vehicle should
familiarize himself with the function of
this device by using it several times on
first outing, thereby being mentally
prepared for emergency situations requiring its use.
WARNING: If the switch has
•
been used in an emergency situation the source of malfunction should
be determined and corrected before restarting the engine.
G) Manual Starter Handle
Auto rewind type located on right hand
side of vehicle. To engage mechanism,
pull handle.
H) Primer
A push-pull button. Pull and push button (2-3 times) to activate primer. The
primer should always be used for cold
engine starts. After engine is warm
however, it is not necessary to use
primer when starting.
I) Speedometer
The speedometer is linked directly to
the drive axle. Direct-reading dial indicates the speed of the vehicle. Odometer records the total number of distance travelled.
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NOTE: The cap must be installed
on the safety switch at all times
in order to
the vehicle.
. . . WARNING: If the switch is used
"y in an emergency situation the
source of malfunction should be determined and corrected before restarting
engine.
K) Adjustable steering handle
Loosen the four retainer screws.
Adjust the steering handle to the desired position.
Lock the steering handle in place by
tightening the four (4) screws to 26
N.m (19ft-lbs).
WARNING: Do not adjust the
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handlebar to high to avoid interference when turning, between the
brake lever and windshield.
L) Light Switch
A push purl switch type, to illuminate
headlamp and taillight, pull switch
knob. (Ignition switch must be turned
to ON position).
M} Oil Level Indicator
Will light up when injection oil level is
low. Check level and replenish as soon
as possible.
~ CAUTION: Do not run engine out
Y of oil. Serious engine damage will
occur.
To test oil level indicator bulb: on manual start models, turn ignition key (engine running) to "test" position. On
electric start models, indicator light will
glow each time brake lever is used. If
light does not glow, replace bulb.
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BREAK-IN PERIOD
Hood Opening
Pull down the latch to unhook the hood
from the anchor.
NOTE: Always lift hood gently up
until stopped by restraining de-
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vice.
WARNING: It is dangerous to
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run an engine with the hood open
or removed. Personal injury could result.
. . . CAUTION: Prior to re-securing
. . the hood latch, position the bottom edge of the hood into the hood
guide located on each side of the
frame.
With Bombardier-Rotax snowmobile
engines, a break-in period is required
before running the vehicle at full throttle. Engine's manufacturer recommendation is 10 to 15 operating hours. During this period, a richer mixture is
needed (i.e. 40 parts of gas for 1 part of
50/1 Bombardier oil). Maximum throttle should not exceed 3/4, however,
brief full acceleration and speed variations contribute to a good break-in.
Continued wide open throttle accelerations, prolonged cruising speeds, and
lugging are detrimental during the
break-in period.
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NOTE: A new drive belt requires
a break-in period of 15-25 km (1015 miles).
1O-Hour Inspection
ToolBox
Located under the hood. To gain access, tilt hood. Ideal location for spare
plugs, belt, rope, etc.
Fuel Gauge
The fuel gauge is located on the left
side of the fuel tank. The gauge functions on the principle of communicating vessels, so the fuel level inside the
tank is directly related with the level indicated on the gauge.
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WARNING: Never use a lite
match or open flame to check
fuel level.
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As with any precision piece of mechanical equipement, we suggest that after
the first 10 hours of operation or 30 days
after the purchase, whichever comes
first,' your vehicle be' checked by your
dealer. This inspection will give you the
opportunity. to .discuss the unanswered
questions you may have encountered
during the first hours of operation.
Remember that it is
to remedy at
this time than to allow the snowmobile
to operate until a possible failure occurs.
The 10 hours inspection is at the expense of the vehicle owner.
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10·HOUR INSPECTION CHECK LIST
Engine timing
Fan belt tension
Spark plugs condition
.
Carburetor adjustment
Oil injection pump adjustment
Engine head nuts
Engine mount nuts
Muffler attachment
Chaincase oil level
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Brake operation and lining condition
Ski alignment (runner condition)
Pulley alignment and drive belt condition
Track condition, tension and alignment
Lubrication (steering, suspension)
Electrical wiring (loose connections, stripped wires, damaged insulationl, tighten all loose bolts, nuts and linkage
Operation of lighting system (HI / LO beam, brake light, etc.I, testoperation of emergency cut-out switch, tether switch
We recommend that you have your dealer sign this inspection.
Date of 10 hourinspection
Dealer signature
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FUEL
PRE-START CHECK
Recommended Gasoline
Check Points
Use regular leaded gasoline available
from ali service stations.
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Activate the throttle control lever
several times to check that it
ates
and smoothly. The
tie
lever must return to idle
position when released.
•
Check fuel level.
•
Check that the skis and the track are
not frozen to the ground or snow
surface and that the
operates freely.
•
Activate the brake control lever and
make sure the brake fully
before the brake control lever touches
the handlebar grip.
•
Verify that thepath ahead of the vehicle is clear of
and obstacles .
. . , CAUTION: Never experiment
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with different fuel or fuel ratios.
Never use naphtha, methanol or similar
products.
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NOTE: For the break-in period
only, 1 (16 oz) can of Bombardier
snowmobile oil should be added to the
first full fuel tank filling, at a 70/1 ratio.
This will assure additional protection
during the initial
break-in.
WARNING: Never "top up" the
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gas tank before placing the vehicle in a warm area. At certain tempertures, gasoline will expand and oveflow.
Recommended Injection Oil
Use concentrated Bombardier snowmobile oil available from your dealer.
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..... WARNING: Onlystartyoursnowmobile once all components are
checked and functioning properly.
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STARTING PROCEDURE
Emergency Cut-Out Switch
Emergency Starting
Manual Starting
Should the rewind starter rope fray and
break, the engine can be started with
an emergency starter rope.
1. Insert the
in the ignition and
turn to ON position.
2. Test the throttle control lever.
3. Activate the primer (2 to 3 times).
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NOTE: Primer is not necessary
when the engine is warm.
4. Ensure the tether cut-out cap is in
position and that the cord is attached to your clothing. Check that the
emergency cut-out switch is in the
on position.
5. Grasp manual starter handle firmly
and pull slowly until a resistance is
felt then pull vigorously. Slowly release the rewind starter handle.
. . . WARNING: Do not start the vehi.... cle by the drive pulley unless it is
a true emergency situation, have the
vehicle repaired as soon as possible.
Remove the belt guard form the vehicle and wind the emergency rope tight
around the drive pulley between the
sliding half and the roller guard. Start
the engine as per usual manual starting.
. . . WARNING: When starting the
.... vehicle in an emergency situation
by the drive pulley, do not make a knot
at the end of the emergency rope and
do not reinstall the belt guard.
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OFF
. . . WARNING: Do not apply throttle
.... while starting.
6. Check
of the emergency
cut-out switch and the tether
switch. Restart the
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. . . WARNING: If engine does not
.... shut-off when applying the emergency cut-out switch and/or by pulling
the tether cut-out cap, stop the engine
by turning off the ignition key. Do not
operate the vehicle further, see your
dealer.
7. Allow the engine to warm before
operating at full throttle.
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DRIVE BELT AND GUARD REMOVAL
Belt Guard Removal
..... WARNING: Engine- should be
~ running only when belt guard is
secured in place.
1. Tilt the hood remove both belt
guard retaining clips (A).
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1. Tilt the hood and remove the belt
guard .
2. Open the driven pulley by twisting
and pushing the sliding half. Hold in
fully open position.
2. Pullout both B & C retaining pins.
3. Slip the belt over the top edge of the
sliding half.
..... WARNING: At the removal or in~ stallation of the belt guard front
retaining pin be careful not to burn
yourself on the exhaOstsystem.-
3. Lift and remove the belt guard
assembly.
Drive Belt Removal
..... WARNING: Never start or run
~ engine without the drive belt installed. Running an unloaded engine is
dangerous.
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4. Slip the belt out from the drive pulley and remove completely from the
vehicle. To install the drive belt,
reverse the procedure.
LUBRICATION
Frequency
Chaincase Oil Level
Routine maintenance is necessary for
all mechanized products, and the
snowmobile is no exception. A weekly
vehicle inspection contributes to the
life span of the snowmobile as well as
retains safe and dependable ooeration
It is recommended that the steering
system and
be lubricated
monthly or every 40 hours of operation. If the vehicle is operated in wet
snow or in severe conditions these
items should be lubricated more frequently .
Check the oil level by removing the oil
level cap plug.
.& WARNING:
T procedures
Only perform such
as detailed in this
manual. It is recommended that dealer
assistance be periodically obtained on
other components/systems not covered in this manual. Unless otherwise
specified, engine should be turned OFF
for atllubrication and maintenance procedures.
Steering Mechanism
The oil should be level with the bottom
of the oil level orifice.
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NOTE: The chaincase oil capacity
is approximately 200 mL (7 oz).
Oil Injection System
Check reservoir frequently. Replenish
as required, using Bombardier snowmobile oil, available from your dealer .
.& WARNING:
Do not lubricate
throttle and/or brake cables and
housings.
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Lubricate the ski legs at grease fittings
until new grease appears at joints. Oil
spring coupler bolts.
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MAINTENANCE
.... WARNING: Only perform such
T procedures as detailed in this
manual. It is recommended that dealer
assistance be periodically obtained on
other components/systems not covered in this manual. Unless otherwise
specified, engine should be turned OFF
for all lubrication and maintenance procedures.
The following Maintenance Chart indicates
schedules to be
by you or your servicing
If these services are performed
your snowmobile will
as
give you many years of low-cost use.
SERVICE AND
MAINTENANCE
CHART
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Spark plugs
Battery
Suspension
Track
Track tension and alignment
Carburetor adjustment
Drive belt
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Steering mechanism
Drive pulley
Brake
Steering adjustment
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18
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Fan belt
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Engine mount nuts
General inspection
15
17
Engine head nuts
Muffler attachment
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NOTE: The ten hour msoectron is a very important pan of proper service and
maintenance.
Spark Plugs
Disconnect the spark plug wires and
remove the spark plugs.
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Check the condition of the plugs.
• A brownish tip reflects ideal conditions. (Correct carburetor/ spark
plug heat range; etc.).
• A black insulator tip indicates fouling
caused by: carburetor idle speed
mixture and/or high speed mixture
too rich/ incorrect fuel mixture ratio,
wrong type of spark plug (heat
range) , or excessive idling.
• A light grey insulator
indicates a
lean mixture caused by; carburetor
high speed mixture adjusted too
lean, wrong spark plug heat range/
incorrect fuel mixture ratio, or a
leaking seal or gasket.
Overheated
(light grey)
Fouled
(black)
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~ CAUTION: Do not allow cleaning
... solution to enter battery. It will
destroy the chemical properties of the
electrolyte.
After reconnecting
coat "",..,'r .........·'J
terminals and connectors wi
petroleum jelly to prevent corrosion.
Check that battery is well secured and
that battery overflow tube is not blocked or kinked.
£. WARNING: Overflow tube must
.... be free and open. A kinked or
bent tube will restrict ventilation and
create gas accumulation that could
result in an explosion. Avoid skin contact with electrolyte.
~ CAUTION: Prior to charging the
... battery, always remove it from
the vehicle to prevent electrolyte spillage.
Suspension
Visually inspect all suspension components including slider shoes, springs,
wheels, etc ...
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Reinstall plugs and connect wires.
NOTE: During normal driving,
snow will act as a lubricant and
coolant for the slider shoes. Extensive
riding on ice or sanded snow, (not to
mention
asphalt, etc. never ref"r\''Y'lrY;nn,rlr.rll will create excessive heat
build-up and cause premature slider
shoe wear.
Battery (Electric Start Models)
Track
~ CAUTION: If spark plug condi-
... tion is not ideal, contact your authorized dealer.
Check spark plug gap using a wire
feeler gauge.
Check electrolyte level. Electrolyte level must be at upper level line on battery
If necessary add distilled water. Battery connections must also be free of
corrosion. If cleaning is necessary
remove corrosion using a stiff brush
then clean with a solution of baking
soda and water. Rinse and
well.
Lift the rear of the vehicle and support
it off the ground. With the engine
rotate the track by hand / and inspect
condition. If worn, cut or track fibers
are exposed or missing or defective inserts or guides are noted, contact your
dealer.
£. WARNING: Do not operate .a
.... snowmobile with a cut, torn or
damaged track.
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Track Tension and Alignment
The suspension is adjustable. The front
adjustment for surface condition; use
the suspension adjustment key. The
rear adjustment is for driver's weight
and should be adjusted using the 21
mm socket and handle.
When the front adjuster blocks are at
the lowest elevation more
is
distributed on the skis. At the nlnnnl:'T
position the weight is transferred to the
track. The rear adjuster blocks should
be adjusted to suit the driver's
. . CAUTION: Too much tension
~ will result in power loss and excessive stresses on suspension components.
If necessary to adjust, loosen the rear
idler wheel retaining screw and then
loosen or tighten the adjuster bolts
lcated on the inner side of the rear idler
wheels. If correct tension is unattainable. Contact your dealer.
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NOTE: Track tension and align
ment are inter-related. Do not adjust one without the other.
Start the engine and accelerate slightly
so that the track tu rns slowly, Check
that the track is well centered;
distance on both sides between
of track guides and slider shoes.
Adjuster blocks
. . . CAUTION: Always turn the left
. . side adjuster blocks in a clockwise direction, the right side blocks in a
counter-clockwise direction. Left and
right adjuster blocks of each adjustment must always be set at the same
elevation.
Lift the rear of vehicle and support with
a mechanical stand. Allow the slide to
extend normally. Check the
13 mm
(1/2") between the slider
and the
bottom inside of the track. If the track
tension is too loose, the track will have
a
to thump.
. . . WARNING: Before checking
track alignment, ensure that the
track is free of all particles which could
be thrown out while track is rotating.
Keep hands, tools, feet and clothing
clear of track. Ensure no-ons is standing in close proximity to the vehicle.
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13 mm (i/z")
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To correct stop the engine, loosen the
rear idler wheels retaining screws then
loosen the lock nuts and tighten the
adjuster bolt on the side where the
slider shoe is the furthest to the track
insert guides.
Front of
vehicle
Tighten the lock nuts and recheck the
alignment. Ensure to retighten the idler
wheel retaining screws.
Drive Belt
Inspect the belt for cracks, fraying or
abnormal wear (uneven wear wear on
one side, etc.) If abnormal wear is noted, probable cause is pulley misalignment.Contact your dealer.
Check the drive belt width, if less than
3 cm (1 3/16")
f
Carburetor Adjustment
. . . CAUTION: Never operate your
•
snowmobile with the air intake
silencer disconnected. Serious engine
damage will occur if this notice is disregarded.
Carburetor adjustment should be performed by your dealer.
Air Silencer
The air intake silencer elbow must
always be turned to the front of the vehicle when operated in cold or warm
temperature.
If the vehicle is to be operated in deep
powdered snow it is recommended to
turn the elbow towards the rear of the
vehicle.
O
NOTE: When installing a new
drive belt, a break-in period of 1525 km (10-15 miles) is strongly recommended.
Steering Mechanism
Inspect the steering mechanism for
tightness of components (steering
arms, tie rods, ball joints, spring
coupler bolts, etc, J. If necessary, replace or retighten.
Check the condition of the skis and the
ski runners. Replace if worn more than
half.
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Drive Pulley
Inspect the Duralon bushing condition
by checking the free-play of the sliding
half pulley. This is achieved by restraining the inner half and checking if the
sliding half moves in the direction of
the arrows more than 3 mm (118"). If
so contact your dealer.
Mark reference
point
on both halves
IMPORTANT: Close the front of the
skis manually to eliminate all slack from
the steering mechanism.
If adjustment is required:
Loosen the lock nuts of the longer tie
rod. Turn the tie rod manually until the
skis are properly aligned. Firmly
retighten the lock nuts.
3 mm (i/a")
toe out
+
Maximum
3mm
Brake
The brake mechanism on
snowmobile is an essential
device.
this mechanism in proper working condition. Above all, do not
ate your snowmobile without an
tive brake system.
.A.
WARNiNG: Brake pad or pucks
.... Iess than 3 mm (118") thick must
be replaced. Replacement must be performed by an authorized dealer.
The brake mechanism is C<A!T-::lr1IIIISTIl
periodic adjustment is
required. However, check operation of
brake mechanism by depressing brake
control level. Brake should apply fully
when lever is 13 mm (1/2") approx.
from handlebar grip. If not, do not tamper with the brake, contact your servicing dealer.
Steering Adjustment
Skis should have a toe out of 3 mm
(118"). To check, measure the distance
between each ski at the front and rear
of the leaf springs. The front distance
should be 3 mm (1/8") more than the
rear when the handlebar is horizontal.
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The handlebar should also be horizontal when the skis are pointed toward the front.
To adjust:
Loosen the lock nuts of the shorter tie
rod. Turn the tie rod manually until the
handlebar is horizontal. Retighten the
lock nuts firmly .
WARNING: The ball joint socket
•
must run parallel with the steering arm. The socket must be restrained
when tightening the tie rod end lock
nuts.
Engine Head Nuts
Fan Belt
With the engine cold, check that the
engine head nuts are tight and equally
to 20 N-m (15 tt-lbs).
lVI UUUU
IMPORTANT: The engine head nut
torque should be checked after the first
5 hours of operation.
Engine Mount Nuts
Check the engine mount nuts for tightness.
if necessary.
Muffler Attachment
The engine/muffler attaching parts are
vital toward efficient muffler function.
Check all attachments.
the
and/or
if necessary.
If the belt seems damaged or if tension
is incorrect, contact your dealer immediately.
.... WARNING: If fan protector is reT moved, always reinstall after servicing.
General Inspection
Check the electrical wiring and components, retighten loose connections.
Check for stripped wires or damaged
insulation. Thoroughly inspect the vehicle and tighten loose bolts, nuts and
linkage.
skis and ski runners for
wear.
Bulb Replacement
Ensure that the forced flow system is
well aligned and tightened.
If the headlamp bulb is burnt, tilt
unplug the connector from the headlamp. Remove the rubber boot and unfasten bulb retainer clips. Detach the
bulb and
If taillight bulb is
burnt, expose the bulb by removing
the red plastic lens. To remove, unscrew the two (2) Phillips head screws.
Verify all lights after replacement.
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STORAGE
A. WARNING: Only perform such
..... procedures as detailed in this
manual. It is recommended that dealer
assistance be periodically obtained on
other components/systems not covered in this manual. Unless otherwise
specified, engine should be turned OFF
for all lubrication and maintenance procedures.
Track
Inspect the track for wear, cuts, missing track guides and broken rods.
Make any necessary replacement.
A. WARNING: Do not operate a
..... snowmobile with a cut, torn or
damage track.
Lift the rear of vehicle until track is
clear of the ground then support with a
brace or trestle. The snowmobile
should be stored in such a way that the
track does not stay in contact with the
ground.
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NOTE: The track should be rotated periodically, (every 40 days).
Do not release track tension.
. . . CAUTION: To prevent track
... damage, temperatu re in the-storage area must not exceed 38°C
(100°F).
Slide Suspension
any dirt or rust. Grease idler
wheels at grease fittings. Wipe off surplus. Replace worn slider shoes. Grease
front idler wheels.
H81mOlVA
Ski
Wash or brush all dirt or rust accumulation from the skis and springs.
qrease the ski
at the grease fittings. Check the condition of the skis
ski runners and leaf springs. Replace
weak or worn more than half.
Controls
Lubricate the steering mechanism. Inall components for tiqhtness,
(spn.ng coupler bolts, steering arm
locking bolts, tie rods. ball joints, etc.).
Tighten if necessary. Oil moving joints
of the brake mechanism.
spe~t
A. WARNING: Do not lubricate the
..... throttle and/or brake cables
and housings. Avoid getting oil on the
brake pads.
Coat all electrical connections and
switches with a greaseless metal protector. If unavailable, use petroleum
jelly .
Chaincase
Drain the. chaincase and refill to proper
level, usmq fresh chaincase oil. To
drain. remove the chaincase cover.
Fuel Tank
Remove the cap then using a syphon.
remove the
from tank.
A. WARNING: Gasoline is flamma..... ble and explosive under certain
conditions. Always perform procedures
in a well ventilated area. Do not smoke
o! ~I!ow open flames or sparks in the
VICinity.
Carburetor
Carburetors must be dried out completely to prevent gum formation during
the storage period.
Once the fuel tank is emptied, remove
the float chamber drain plug on each
carburetor. Drain carburetor.
if
Re-install plug and connect fuel line.
Skirunne~20
Check all fuel lines,
ry.
if necessa-
Cylinder Lubrication
Engine internal parts must be lubricated to protect cylinder walls from possible rust formation during the storage
period.
O
NOTE: This operation should be
repeated every 40 days during
storage.
Remove the spark plugs.
the
rewind starter to bring the piston at top
position. Pour the equivalent of one
spoonful of oil into spark plug hole.
4 t
\
. . . CAUTION: Plastic alloy cornpo... nents such qas fuel tank, windshield, controls, etc., can be cleaned
using mild detergents or isopropyl
alcohol. Do not use strong soaps,
degreasing solvents, abrasive cleaners,
paint thinners, etc.
Inspect the hood and repair any
damage. Repair kits are available at
your authorized dealer. Clean the
frame. For the aluminum portion use
only Aluminum cleaner" and follow
instructions on the container.
Touch up all metal spots where paint
has been scratched off. Spray all bare
metal parts with metal protector. Wax
the hood for better protection.
II
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NOTE: Apply wax on
finish of hood only. Protect
vehicle with a cover to prevent dust accumulation during storaae .
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Slowly crank the engine several times
using the manual starter. Repeat above
steps for other cylinder. Install the
spark plugs.
. . . CAUTION: . To prevent ignition
.... system damage, make sure that
the cut-out button is in the lower position.
Chassis
Clean the vehicle thoroughly, removing
all dirt and
accumulation.
. . . CAUTION: If for some reason the
... snowmobile has to be stored outside it is necessary to cover it with an
opaque tarpaulin. This caution will prevent the sun rays affecting the plastic
components and the vehicle finish.
General Inspection
Check the electrical wiring and components, retighten loose connections.
Check for stripped wires or damaged
insulation.
Thoroughly inspect the vehicle and
tighten loose bolts, nuts and linkage.
O
NOTE: Leave the drive belt off
the pulleys for the entire storage
period.
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PRE..SEASON PREPARATION
To simplify the pre-season preparation
we have drawn up a small chart. The
chart indicates
points to be
performed by you and your servicing
dealer. If these services are performed
as suggested, your vehicle will
you many hours of fun and low cost
use.
IMPORTANT: Observe all Warnings
and Cautions mentioned throughout
this manual which are pertinent to the
item being checked, When component
conditions seem less than satisfactory,
replace with genuine Bombardier parts
or suitable equivalents.
PRE..SEASON
PREPARATION CHART
To be performed by dealer
•
To be performed by owner
Change spark plugs
Check chamcase oil level
0
Check pulleys, verify components
and clean
•
Check steering alignment and ski runner
condition
Clean fuel filter (located in fuel
tank)
Check suspension idler wheel bearings
•
Check track tension and alignment
Inspect drive belt and install
Check throttle cable for damage and
free operation
Inspect brake condition and operation
•
Inspect oil seals for possible cuts or leaks
Set engine timing, if necessary replace
breaker points
•
Check electrical wiring (broken wire,
damaged insulation)
Inspect condition of starting rope
Check tightness of all bolts, nuts and
linkage
0
Refill gas tank
Adjust carburetor
Check
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belt condition and tension
•
TROUBLE SHOOTING
o
NOTE: The possible causes have been listed in an order of frequency. Therefore, items should be checked out in the same order as mentioned in the
trouble shooting guide.
SYMPTOMS
POSStBLE CAUSES
WHAT TO DO
Engine turns over but
fails to start or starts
with difficulty
1. No fuel to the engine
Check the tank level and fill up with correct
gas-oil mixture. Check for possible clogging of
fuel line, item 4.
2. Flooded engine
Remove wet spark plugs, turn ignition to OFF
and crank engine several times. Install clean
dry spark plugs. Start engine following usual
starting procedure. If engine continues to
flood, see your dealer,
3. Spark plug/faulty ignition
Check for fouled or defective spark plug. Disconnect spark plug wire, unscrew plug and remove from cylinder head. Reconnect wire and
ground exposed plug on engine cowl, being
careful to hold away from sparit plug hole.
Follow engine starting procedure and check
for spark. !f no sparks appear, replace spark
plug. If trouble persists, contact your dealer.
4. Clogged fuel line (water or
Remove and clean the fuel filter. Change filter
if necessary. Check condition and
offuel lines. Check the cleanliness
of fuel tank.
dirt)
5. Incorrect carburetor
Contact your dealer.
adjustment
Engine will not turn
manually
6. Too much oil in fuel
Drain the fuel tank and refill with the correct
gas/oil mixture.
7. Engine timing
Engine timing may be defective or out of adjustment. Contact your dealer.
8. Poor engine compression
Running with a lean fuel mixture may produce
excessive engine wear resulting inpoor engine
compression. If this occurs, contact your
dealer at OnCEl.
1. Seized engine
In the case of a seized engine contact your
dealer.
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SYMPTOMS
POSSIBLE CAUSES
WHAT TO DO
Engine lacks acceleration or power
1. Fouled or defective spark
Check item 3 of"Engineturns over but fails
to start or starts with difficulty"
plug
2. Clogged fuel line (water or
dirt)
Engine continually
backfires
Snowmobile cannot
reach full speed
Check fuel line condition..See item 4 of "Engine turns over but fails to start orstarts with
difficulty"!.
3. Carburetor
Contact your dealer.
4. Ignition
First check item 2 and 3 of "Engine turns
over but fails to start or starts with difficulty",
If the ignition system stH! seems faulty,
contact your dealer.
5. Engine
If unable to locate specific symptoms, contact
your dealer.
1. Spark plug
Check item 3 of "Engine turns over but fails to
start or starts with difficulty".
2. Overheated
Carburetor set too lean. Contact your dealer.
3. Engine timing incorrectly set
Contact your dealer,
1. Drive Belt
Check for damaged or worn drive belt. Replace if necessary.
2. Incorrect track adjustment
Check track tension and alignment.
specifications. ISee Maintenance
to
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3. Engine
Check item 1 to 5 of "Engine lacks accelerarion or power.",
4. Pulley misaligned
Contact your dealer.
TOOLS
As standard equipment each new
snowmobile is
with a basic
tool kit such as screwdriver, wrenches,
emergency starter rope, etc ...
Standard Tools
G
A
e~
0
E
D
B
C
ot
e
A.
Screwdriver
E.
Starter rope
B.
Socket 10/13 mm
F.
Socket 21/26 mm
C.
Open end wrench 10/13 mm
G. Suspension adjustment key
D. Socket wrench handle
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SPECIFICATIONS
1981 EVEREST 500
ENGINE
2
No. of cylinders
Bore
Stroke
Displacement
Compression ratio (corrected)
Carburetor type
Carburetor adjustment
- air screw
idle speed
Engine head nuts (torque)
Fan belt free-play
1 turn ±. 1/8
1800-2000 R.P.M.
20 N·m (15 ft-lbs)
6 mm (1/4")
CHASSIS
Overall length
Overall width
Overall height
Ski stance (center to center)
Ski alignment (toe out)
Mass (weight)
manual
electric
Bearing area
Ground pressure
manual
electric
276 cm (109/)
99 cm (39")
107 cm (42/)
85 cm (33 1/2/1)
3 mm (118/)
207 kg (451 lbs)
220 kg (484 lbs)
8710 cm 2 (1350 in. 2 )
2.34 kPa (.34 Ibs/in. 2 )
2.47 kPa (.358 Ibs/in2
POWER TRAIN
Track dimensions
Track tension
Track alignment
Std. gear ratio
Chaincase oil capacity
Drive belt (minimum width)
ELECTRICAL
Lighting system (output)
Headlamp bulb
Tail/stop
Spark plug (Bosch)
Spark plug (gap)
Advanced ignition timing
FUEL
Tank capacity
SI*
Imp.
- U.S.
Gasoline
I njeetion oil
- SI
Imp.
- U.S.
BRAKE
Brake type
Brake adjustment (control)
Brake lining (minimum thickness)
72 mm (2.834")
61 mm (2.401/)
496.7 cm 3 (30.31 in. 3 )
6.2:1
VM 36-104
42 cm (16 112") x 315 em (124")
13 mm (112") gap should exist between slide shoe and bottom
inside of track.
Equal distance between edges of track guides and slider
shoes.
19/40
200 mL (7 oz.)
3 em (1 3/16")
12 volts, 140 watts
45/45 W
5/21 W
W 275 T2 (W3C)
0.4 mm (,016/1)
2.0 mm
.10 L081" ..±.. .003")
29.5 liters
6.5 gallons
7.8 gallons
Regular
2.36 liters
80 ounces
76 ounces
Disc. self-adjusting
(1/2") minimum distance from handlebar grip when
fully applied
3 mm (118/)
13 mm
*lnternational Standard
Bombardier Limitee reserves the right to make changes in design and specifications and/or to make additions to, or improvements in its product without imposing any obligation upon itself to install them on
its product previously manufactured.
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IGNITION SWITCH
OFF
ON
TEST
TETHER
VI/WH
KILL SWITCH
DIMMER SWITCH
VOLTAGE REGULATOR
OIL LEVEL SENSOR
YL
YL/GR
YL
MANUAL START MODELS
BRAKE LIGHT
SWITCH
SPEEDOMETER
YL/BK
Yl/BK
BK'
..... WARNING:
OIL
INDICATOR
....
properly
and connector
Iy fastened.
BK
TACHOMETER IOPTIONAU
GYIVI
GY
f',.)
-.......J
HEADLAMP
IGNITION SWITCH
~OFF
RD
RD
RO/GN
ON
START
GN
RD
YL
LIGHTING COIL mOW)
LIGHTING C01L 130Wl
IGNITION GENERATOR COIL
FUSE l30 A.l
FUSE 1.1 Al
(15 A.I
(45·45Wl
TAILLAMP l5·21W)
LIGHT (5W)
BATTERY (24 A.I
STARTER
SOLENOiD SWITCH
REGULATOR RECTIFIER
DIODE
ELECTRIC START MODELS
...... WARNING: Ensure all terminals
. . . are properly crimped on the wires
and all connector housings are properly fastened.
BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH
co
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81* METRIC INFORMATION GUIDE
BASE UNITS
DESCRIPTION
UNIT
length
mass
liquid
temperatu re
pressure
torque
speed
meter
kilogram
liter
celsius
kilopascal
Newton meter
kilometer per hour
SYMBOL
m
kg
L
°c
kPa
N.m
km/h
PREFIXES
PREFIX
kilo
centi
milli
SYMBOL
MEANING
VALUE
k
c
m
one thousand
one hundredth of a
one thousandth of a
1,000
0.01
0.001
*THE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM OF UNITS (SYSTEME INTERNATIONAL)
ABREVIATES "SI" IN ALL LANGUAGES.
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OFTEN ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: Why must my snowmobile be registered? After alii do have my original invoice
as proof of when I purchased my snowmobile.
A: Your warranty is valid at any authorized dealer of the product. Your registration is the key element in providing the servicing dealer with the necessary
data to complete warranty claim forms. This information is also used to notify
owners in the event of a safety recall.
Q: How do I know my vehicle has been registered at the factory?
A: When you bought your snowmobile the dealer should have completed, and
forwarded us the manufacturer's copy of the Customer Warranty Registration. The hard copy of the card is your proof that the snowmobile is registered.
Q: I bought my snowmobile in O'King County but I snowmobile in Washington
County. Can the dealer in Washington County accept to perform warranty work
on my snowmobile?
A: Yes, any authorized dealer in North America can perform warranty repairs,
providing the customer warranty registration card is oresentea
Q: Where can I find information on the lubrication and maintenance of my snowmobile?
A: In this Operator Manual provided with the vehicle at the time of first sale.
Q: Will the entire warranty be void or cancelled, if I do not operate or maintain my
new snowmobile exactly as specified in the Operator's Manual?
A: The warranty of the new snowmobile cannot be "voided" or "Cancelled".
However, if a particular failure is caused by operation or maintenance other
than is shown in the Operator Manual, that failure may not be covered under
warranty. This includes service work performed by the customer, especially
the critical
to ignition timing, carburetion and oil injectionlor oil
mixture.
Q: Would you give some
OV~::lrnI"'\IClC
of abnormal use or strain, neglect or abuse?
A: These terms are
and
each other in areas. Some
examples may include: running the machine out of oil, chain failure caused by a
lack of lubrication, operating the machine with a broken or damaged part
which causes another part to fail, and so on. If you have any
questions
on operation or
contact your dealer for advice.
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Q: What costs are my responsibility during the warranty period?
A: The customer's responsibility includes all costs of normal maintenance services, non-warranty repairs, accidents and collision damage, as well as oils,
and spark plugs, and incidental or consequential damages costs as explained
in the warranty.
Q: Are "Genuine" Bombardier replacement parts used in warranty
by warranty?
covered
A: Yes. When installed by an authorized dealer, any "genuine" Bombardier
part used in warranty repairs assumes the remaining warranty that exists on
the machine.
Q: What is Bombardier's policy on extending a warranty?
A: It is not Bombardier's policy to extend warranty. Bombardier has selected a
warranty period sufficiently long to permit adequate use of the machine to
allow for possible concealed manufacturing defects to occur.
Q: Manufacturer does not accept warranty work on seized, scored or melted
pistons, why?
A: From testing and experience, we know that such
failures can only be
caused by detonation or pre-ignition, which are
related to the following factors and therefore, are beyond the manufacturer's control.
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•
•
Incorrect oil/pas mixture (too little or too much oil).
Poor quality, outboard or straight mineral oils.
Removal of intake silencer.
Hot spark plug (s) (improper heat range).
Q: If I sell my snowmobile within the warranty period, will the new owner quaHfy
for the balance of the warranty?
A: Yes, provided the unit has already been registered with the manufacturer.
Note that the change of ownership card in this manual should be completed
and sent to Bombardier Limitee.
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LISTING OF AREA DISTRIBUTORS
CANADIAN DISTRIBUTORS
AMERICAN DISTRIBUTORS
ALPINE DISTRIBUTORS LIMITED
Kalamalka Lake Road
P.O. Box 159
Vernon, British Columbia, Vl T 6M2
16041545-1314
BritishColumbia
BOMBARDIER CORPORATION
4505 West Superior Street
P.O. Box 6106
BOMBARDIER L1MITEE
EASTERN CANADA DISTRIBUTION DIVISION
Duluth, Minnesota 55806
121S162S·2881
North Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri,
Michigan, Indiana, Ohio (less eastern half), Tennessee,
Kentucky, West Virginia, Virginia, Northern Idaho,
Northern Wyoming, Montana, Iowa, Washington
Atlantic Branch
P.O. Box 670
Shediac, New Brunswick, EOA 3GO
15061 532-4454
Magdalen Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick,
Prince Edward Island
BOMBARDIER L1MITEE
EASTERN CANADA DISTRIBUTION DIVISION
IQuebec Branchl
1350 Nobel Boulevard
Boucherville, Quebec, J4B 1A 1
15141527·2469 or 655·6121
ELLIOTT & HUTCHINS INC.
East Main Street Road
Malone, New York 12953
151S1483·4411
New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island,
Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, District of
Columbia, Northern half of Ohio.
Province of Ouebec
MILLER EQUIPMENT AND RECREATIONAL CENTER
1049 Whitney Road
Anchorage, Alaska 99501
19071 274·9513
Alaska
BOMBARDIER L1MITEE
EASTERN CANADA DISTRIBUTION DIVISION
TIMBERLAND MACHINES INC.
10 North Main Street
Ontario Branch
230 Bayview Drive
16031 788-4738
Barrie, Ontario, L4M 2YS
17051 72S·S600
Provinceof Ontario
BROOKS EQUIPMENT LIMITED
1616 King Edward Street
P.O. Box 9S5
Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3C 2VS
12041 633·7247
Manitoba, Saskatchewan
HUDSON'S BAY CO LTD.
165 Hymus Boulevard
Pointe-Claire, Quebec, M4W 1AS
15141 697·S500
North-West Territories, Franklin District & Keewatin
J.W. RANDALL LIMITED
West Street
P.O. Box 1050
Corner Brook, Newfoundland, A2H6G7
17091 634·3533
Newfoundland, Labrador
TRACT EQUIPMENT
14325, 114th Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta, T5M iyS
14031 452-9910
Alberta, Dist. Mackenzie, Yukon, N.W.T.
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Lancaster, New Hampshire 03584
Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont
HOW TO IDENTIFY YOUR SNOWMOBILE
The main components of your snowmobile (enqine, track and frame) are
identified by different serial numbers. It
may sometimes become, necessary to
locate these numbers for warranty purposes or to trace your snowmobile in
the event of theft.
ENGINE
SERIAL
NUMBER
I
o""-'-VEHICLE SERIAL NUMBER
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NOTE: We strongly recommend that you take note of all the serial numbers
on your vehicle and supply them to your insurance company. It will surely
help in the event a snowmobile is stolen.
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NOTES
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CHANGE OF ADDRESS AND OWNERSHIP
Any change in address or ownership should be brought to the attention of the
manufacturer by completing and sending out the card supplied below.
~
:
: CHANGE OF ADDRESS
: VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
·
: OLD ADDRESS:
·
NAME
NO
CITY
STREET
ZIP I POSTAL CODE
STATE
: NEW ADDRESS;
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APT.
STREET
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CITY
STATE
ZIP I POSTAL CODE
: CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP
:-------------------------------
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·~ The ownership of this vehicle is transferred
: VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
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: FROM:
·:· TO;
_
NAME
NO
CITY
STREET
APT
ZIP I POSTAL
STATE
NAME
NO
STREET
APT.
ZIP I POSTAL CODE
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BOMBARDIER LIMITEE
ATT.: WARRANTY DEPARTMENT
VALCOURT, QUEBEC
CANADA, JOE 2LO
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BOMBARDIER LIMITEE
ATT.: WARRANTY DEPARTMENT
VALCOURT, QUEBEC
CANADA, JOE 2LO
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