Specifications | Cadillac 2006 Escalade EXT Automobile User Manual

Thank you for purchasing
a Honda Outboard
Motor.
This manual covers operation and maintenance of the Honda BF2A
Outboard Motor. All information in this publication is based on the latest
product information available at the time of approval for printing.
Honda Motor Co., Ltd. reserves the right to make changes at any time
without notice and without incurring any obligation.
No part of this publication
may be reproduced without
written
permission.
This manual should be considered a permanent part of the Outboard Motor
and should remain with the Outboard Motor when it is sold.
Pay special attention
to statements
ADANGER:
Indicates
severe
structions
are not followed.
preceded by the following
personal
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Indicates a strong possibility
if instructions
are not followed.
CAUTION:
Indicates a possibility
if instructions
are not followed.
injury
or death
of severe
of personal
injury
personal
will
words:
result
if in-
injury
or death
or equipment
damage
NOTE: Gives helpful information.
If a problem should arise, or if you have any questions about the Outboard
Motor, consult an authorized Honda dealer.
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CONTENTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
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SAFETY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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INSTALLATION
PRE-OPERATION CHECKS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
STARTING THE ENGINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : . . . . . . . .
STOPPING THE ENGINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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TRANSPORTING/STORAGE
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OPTIONAL PART . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
WARRANTY SERVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1. SAFETY
SAFETY
LABEL LOCATIONS
Read all safety instructions
before using the Outboard Motor.
WARNING
. GASOLINE
ONLY10.3U.S.gal1 Liter)
. WPEOFFSPlLLED
GASOLINE
BEFORE
STARTING.
. KEEP
AWAYFROM
FIRE.
L% WARNING
TOAWlD PERSONAL
INJULY;
ClREADOWNER’S
MANVAL
CAREFULLY
BEFORE
OPERATION.
0DONOTOPERATE
WITHENGINE
COVER
REMOVED.
Ld CAUTION
TO A”OlD
DAMAGE TO THE MOTER ;
0 CHFCK OIL LEVEL BEFORE STARTING.
0 ANTI-CAYITATKJN
PLATE MVST BE
SVBMERGED
IN WATER BEFORE OPERATION.
D PULL STARTER LIGHTLY. “NTIL
RESISTANCE IS FELT. THEN PULL BRISKLY.
HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD.
MADE IN JAPAN
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Honda Outboard motors are designed to give safe dependable
service if operated
according
to instructions.
Read-and
understand
the
Owner’s
‘Manual before operating
the Outboard
Motor. Failure to do so
could result in personal injury or equipment
damage.
To ensure
safe operation-
Understand
the operation
of all controls,
and know how to stop the
engine quicklyREAD THlS OWNER’S MANUAL
CAREFULLY.
Do not exceed the boat manufacturer’s
power recommendation,
and be
sure the outboard
motor is properly mounted.
Never permit anyone to operate the outboard
motor without
proper
instruction.
Stop the engine immediately
if anyone falls overboard.
Do not run the motor while the boat is near anyone in the water.
Exhaust
contains
poisonous
carbon monoxide
which can cause unconsciousness
and may lead to death. Never run the outboard in a closed garage or confined
area.
Gasoline is extremely
flammable
and is explosive
under certain conditions. Refuel in a well-ventilated
area with the engine stopped.
Do not smoke or allow flames or sparks where the engine is refueled or
where gasoline is stored.
Do not overfill the fuel tank. After refueling make sure that the fuel tank
cap is closed properly and securely.
Be careful not to spill any fuel while refueling.
Spilled fuel or fuel vapor
may ignite. If any fuel is spilled, make sure that the area is dry before
starting the engine.
Do not remove any guards, labels, shields, covers or safety devices;
they are installed for your safety.
2. COMPONENT
IDENTIFICATION
ENGINE COVER
STARTER GRIP
ENGINE STOP BUTTON
OIL FILLER CAP
ENGINE COVER
LOCK BAND
CLAMP SCREW
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+
ENGINE SERIAL
NUMBER
STEERING
FRICTION BOLT
STERN BRACKET
ADJUSTING
ROD/
WATER INTAKE
GEAR OIL LEVEL BOLT
ANODE METAL
GEAR OIL DRAIN BOLT
(BFZA S)
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FUEL FILLER CAP
CASE PROTECTOR
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THROTTLE
LEVER
OKE KNOB
STEERING HANDLE
LEVEL INSPECTION
WINDOW
FUEL VALVE LE&R
III
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FRAME SERIAL NUMBER
WATER CHECK HOLE
(BFZA S)
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3. INSTALLATION
It is your responsibility
to choose a
boat suitable for the engine (2 horsepower).
manufacturer’s
power recommendation. Damage and injury may result.
Two shaft lengths are available
for
the BF2A, either long or short, to
match
the transom
height
of the
boat.
1. Installation
STERN CENTER
Position
Install at the stern at the center line
of the boat.
2. Installation
Height
For proper propellei depth and engine
cooling, the boat’s transom height
must match
the motor’s
shaft
length. The short shaft motor requires a transom height of about 15
in. The long shaft motor requires a
transom of height about 20 in. Once
the boat is in the water and loaded,
check proper motor depth by looking
at the anti-cavitation
plate: with the
motor not running, the plate should
CAVITATION
be about 100 mm (4 in.) below the
surface of the water.
During operation, check to be sure the anti-cavitation
plate remains under
water at all times and that water flows from the water check hole.
Excessive or imbalanced loading will affect the motor’s water depth.
Loading too far forward will raise the motor out df the water, reducing
engine cooling. Loading too much or too far rearward will push the motor
deeper, reducing performance.
CAUTION:
Insufficient
water
water) may cause overheating
supply
(anti-cavitation
plate
that will damage the outboard
out of the
motor.
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3. Motor
Attachment
Attach the stern bracket to the transom and tighten the clamp screws.
CAUTION:
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While operating
the boat, check
the tightness
of the clamp screws
occasionally.
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Tie a rope through the hole in the
stern bracket and secure the other
end of the rope to the bo,at. This
will prevent accidental
loss of the
motor.
4. Motor
Angle
(Cruising)
Adjust the motor so the axis of the
propeller is parallel with the water
surface.
CCAMP‘SCREW
INCORRECT
CAUSES BOAT.TO
“SQUAT”
CORRECT
GIVES MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE
5. Motor
Angle
Adjustment
If the propeller axis is not parallel
with the surface of the water, adjust
the angle of the motor by relocating
the adjusting
bolt on the stern
brackets. There are four adjustment
positions.
1. Loosen the wing nut to free the
adjusting bolt.
2. Adjust the angle of the motor, and
tighten the wing nut. Be sure that
the bolt .head and wing ntit are
seated in one of the four recesses
on the adjustment slot.
CAUTION:
To prevent
justing rod is locked.
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damage
INCORRECT
CAUSES BOAT TO “PLOW”
ADJUSTING
to the motor
ROD \AND WING NUT
or boat,
make slire the ad-
4. PRE-OPERATION
1. Engine
CHECKS
Oil Level
CAUTION:
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Engine oil is a major factor affecting
engine performance
and service
life. Nondetergent
and low quality oils are not recommended,
because
they have inadequate
lubricating
properties.
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Running
the engine with insufficient
oil can cause serious engine
damage.
Use Honda 4-stroke oil or an equivalent
high detergent,
premium
quality motor oil certified to meet or
exceed U.S. automobile
manufacrequirements
for Service
turers’
Classification
SF CC/CD or SG.
Motor oils classified SF CC/CD or SG
will show this designation
on the
-20
0 20 40 60 80 100°F
container.
,
,
Select the appropriate viscosity for -30 -20 -10 o IO 20 30 40"~
the average temperature
in your
area. SF CC/CD or SG low-30
is
recommended
for general,
alltemperature use.
1. Position the outboard motor vertically, and check the oil level in the oil
level inspection window.
2. If the oil level is down toward the lower level mark on the window, fill
up to the 0.4 e (0.42 U.S. qt.) mark on the dipstick.
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OIL LEVEL INSPECTION
WA.WINDOW
UPPER LEVEL 0.4 P(0.42 U.S. qt.)
LOWER LEVEL 0.2 P(0.21 U.S. qt.)
2. Fuel Level
Remove the filler cap and check the fuel level. Refill the tank if the fuel
level is low.
NOTE: Open the vent knob before removing the fuel filler cap. When the
vent knob is firmly closed, the cap will be difficult’to
remove.
Your engine R
‘s +esigned
to use any gasoline that has a pump octane number () of 86 or higher, or that has a research octane number
of 91 or higher.2Gasoline pumps at service stations normally display the
pump octane number.
We recommend that you use unleaded fuel because it produces fewer
engine and spark plug deposits and extends the life of exhaust system
components.
Never use stale or contaminated
getting dirt, dust or water in the
can cause persistent “pinging”
ing noise) which, if severe, can
gasoline or an oil/gasoline mixture. Avoid
fuel tank. Use of a lower octane gasoline
or heavy “spark knock” (a metallic rapplead to engine damage.
CAUTION:
If “spark
knock”
or “pinging”
occurs at a steady engine
speed under normal load, change brands of gasoline.
If spark knock or
pinging persists, consult your authorized
Honda dealer. Failure to do so is
considered
misuse,
and damage caused by misuse is not covered
by
Honda’s Limited Warranty.
Occasionally you may experience light spark knock while operating under
heavy loads. This is no cause for concern, it simply means your engine is
operating efficiently.
Fuel tank capacity:
1.0 P (0.26
U.S. gal.)
FUEL TANK
FUEL FILLER CAP
After refueling,
w
conditions.
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be sure to tighten
Gasoline
is extremely
the fuel tank cap firmly.
flammable
and is explosive
under
certain
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Refuel in a well-ventilated
area with the engine stopped. Do not smoke
or allow flames or sparks in the area where the engine is refueled or
where gasoline is stored.
Do not overfill the tank (there should be no fuel in the filler neck). After
refueling,
make sure the tank cap is closed properly and securely.
Be careful not to spill fuel when refueling. Spilled fuel or fuel vapor may
ignite. If any fuel is spilled, make sure the area is dry before starting the
engine.
Avoid repeated or prolonged
contact with skin or breathing
of vapor.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
GASOLINES
CONTAINING
ALCOHOL
If you decide to use a gasoline containing alcohol (gasohol), be sure its octane rating is at least as high as that recommended by Honda. There are
one containing ethanol, and the other containing
two types of “gasohol”:
methanol. Do not use gasohol that contains more than 10% ethanol. Do
not use gasoline containing methanol (methyl or wood alcohol) that does
not also contain cosolvents and corrosion inhibitors for methanol. Never
use gasoline containing more than 5% methanol, even if it has cosolvents
and corrosion inhibitors.
NOTE:
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Fuel system damage or engine performance problems resulting from the
use of fuels that contain alcohol is not covered under the warranty.
Honda cannot endorse the use of fuels containing methanol since
evidence of their suitability is as yet incomplete.
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Before buying fuel from an unfamiliar station, try to find out if the fuel
contains alcohol; if it does, confirm the type and percentage of alcohol
used. If you notice any undesirable operating symptoms while using a
gasoline that contains alcohol, or one that you think contains alcohol,
switch to a gasoline that you know does not contain alcohol.
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3. Other
Check
Checks
the following
items.
@ Propeller, shear pin and cotter pin. Check for looseness or damage.
@ Steering handle. Check for impaired operation.
@ Stern bracket. Check for damage.
@Tool kit. Check for missing spare parts and tools (page 27).
@ Anode metal. Check for looseness, damage or excessive corrosion.
The anode metal helps to protect the outboard motor from corrosion
damage; it must be exposed directly to the water whenever the motor is in
use. Replace the anode metal when it has been reduced to approximately
one half of its original size.
CAUTION:’
The possibility
of corrosion
damage
metal is painted over or allowed to deteriorate.
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increased
if the anode
5. STARTING
CAUTION:
To prevent damage to the outboard from
run the engine with the propeller out of the water.
THE ENGINE
overheating,
never
1. Open the fuel cap vent knob 2 to 3 turns.
FUEL CAP VENT KNOB
FUEL FlLiER CAP
2. Turn the fuel valve lever ON.
FUEL VALVE LEVER
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3. Move the throttle
lever to the START position.
THROTTLE
LEVER
CAUTION:
Do not start the engine with the throttle
lever in the FAST
position,
or the boat will move suddenly when the engine starts.
4. In temperatures
below 2O’C (68” F) use the choke knob.
CHdKE KNOB
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5. Pull. the starter rope slowly until resistance
is felt, then pull briskly.
CAUTION:
Do not allow the starter grip to snap back against
return it gently by hand to prevent damage to the starter.
STARiER
6. After starting,
the housing;
GRIP
be sure water is flowing
out of the water check hole.
CAUTION:
If water does not flow out, or if steam comes out, stop the
engine. Check to see if the screen in the cooling water inlet is obstructed.
Do not operate the engine until the problem has been corrected.
OBSTRUCTED
WATER CHECK HOLE
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7. If the choke was used, push it in gradually as the engine warms up.
CHOKE KNOB
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Exhaust contains poisonous
carbon monoxide gas; exposure can cause
loss of consciousness
and may lead to death. Never run the engine in an
enclosed area. Be sure to provide adequate ventilation.
Be careful not to spill any fuel when refueling.
Spilled fuel or fuel vapor
may ignite. If any fuel is spilled make sure the area is dry before starting
the engine.
Emergency
Starting
If the recoil starter is not working properly, the engine can be started with
the spare starter rope in the tool kit.
1. Remove the engine cover.
2. Remove the recoil starter by removing the three 6 mm nuts.
3. Wind the spare rope clockwise
start the engine.
CAUTION:
Keep clear of moving
around the pulley, and then pull it to
parts.
4. Reinstall the engine cover.
CAUTION:
parts could
Do not operate without
the engine
cause injury and water may damage
cover. Exposed
the engine.
ENGINE COVER
STARTER ROPE
RECOIL STARTER
moving
1. Cruising
CAUTION:
low speed,
For the first 10 hours of operation,
run the outboard
and avoid abrupt operation
of the throttle.
motor
at
Turn the throttle lever toward FAST to increase speed. For normal cruising, open the throttle about 3/4.
NOTE: For best performance,
passengers
distributed evenly to balance the boat.
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,and equipment
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THROTTLE LEVER
should
be
2. Steering
To turn to the right, swing the steering handle to the left. To turn to the
left, swing the handle to the right.
For smooth steering, adjust the steering friction bolt so that a slight drag is
felt when turning.
Tii IilCkEAiE
FRICTION
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STEERING FRICTION BOLT
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3. Reverse
1. Move the throttle
lever to the SLOW position.
CAUTION:
Before rotating the motor (from either forward to reverse or
from reverse to forward)
reduce the engine speed to SLOW, or the boat
could capsize.
THROT Tl
2. To reverse direction,
handle as shown.
turn the motor 180°,
and then pivot the steering
CAUTION:
When operating
in reverse, proceed with
ting any under water obstruction
with the propeller.
caution
to avoid
hit-
4. Tilting
the Motor
Tilt the motor to prevent the propeller and gear case from hitting bottom
when the boat is beached or stopped in shallow water.
1. Stop the engine and turn the fuel valve lever off.
2. Close the fuel cap vent knob.
3. With the motor in the forward position, raise the motor using the carrying handle. The spring-loaded tilt lever will automatically
move into
position and hold the motor when it reaches approximately 75’.
4. Adjust the steering friction bolt to keep the motor from moving.
CAUTION:
If the motor is tilted in the reverse position, crankcase oil will
enter the cylinder
and may cause difficult
starting
or may prevent the
engine
from being cranked.
If this occurs,
refer to the TROUBLESHOOTING
section. page 36.
5. To return the motor to the normal RUN position, hold the motor by the
carrying handle and pull the tilt lever toward you, then lower the motor
slowly.
CARRYING HANDLE
TILT LEVER
FU’EL CAP VENT KNOB
CAUTION:
Do not transport
the motor in the tilted
suddenly
causing damage to the boat or the motor.
position;
it may drop
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CAUTION:
To avoid damaging
the motor, use the utmost care when
mooring the boat, especially
when its motor is tilted up. Don’t allow the
motor to strike against the pier or other boats.
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CAUTION:
To avoid damaging
ting or moving the boat.
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the motor,
never use it as a handle
for lif-
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High altitude
operation
At high altitude, the standard carburetor air-fuel mixture will be excessively rich. Performance will decrease, and fuel consumption will increase.
High altitude performance can be improved by installing a smaller diameter
main fuel jet in the carburetor and readjusting the pilot screw. If you
always operate the outboard motor at altitudes higher than 6,000 feet
above sea level, have your authorized Honda Outboard Motor dealer perform these carburetor modifications.
Even with suitable caburetor jetting, engine horsepower will decrease approximately 3.5% for each 1,000 foot increase in altitude. The effect of
altitude on horsepower will be greater than this if no carburetor modification is made.
CAUTION:
Operation of the outboard motor at an altitude lower than the
carburetor
is jetted for may result in reduced performance,
overheating,
and serious engine damage caused by an excessively
lean air/fuel mixture.
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7. STOPPING
THE ENGINE
1. Move the throttle
lever all the way to the left.
THROTTLE LEVER
2. Push the stop button until the engine stops running.
ENGINE STOP BUTTON
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3. Turn the fuel valve lever OFF.
FUEL VALVE LEVER
4. Close the fuel cap vent knob.
FUEL CAP VENT KNOB
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8. MAINTENANCE
Periodic maintenance and adjustment is necessary to keep the engine in
good operating condition. Perform the service and inspection scheduled in
the following table.
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Shut off the engine before performing
any maintenance.
If the
engine must be run, make sure the area is well ventilated.
Never run the
engine in an enclosed or confined
area. Exhaust contains poisonous
carbon monoxide
gas; exposure
can cause loss of consciousness
and may
lead to death.
CAUTION:
replacement
engine.
Use only genuine HONDA parts or their equivalent.
The use of
parts which are not of equivalent
quality may damage the
Maintenance
REGULAR
Schedule
SERVICE
PERIOD
Check level
Check level
Starter rooe
Change
Check for water
contamination
Check
Carburetor linkage
Valve clearance
Spark plug
Shear pin
Lubrication
Fuel tank and filter
Combustion chamber
and valves
Fuel line
NOTE:
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Check
(Replace if
necessarv)
2O’:RS
(3)
YEAR
OR
200 HRS
(3)
0
0
0
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Check
Check-Readjust
Clean-Readjust
Check
Grease
Clean
Clean-Relap
EVERY
0
Chanae
Gear case oil
EVERY
6 MONTHS
OR
100 HRS
(31
EACH USE
ITEM Performed at every indicated
month or operating hour
intervals, whichever comes first.
Engine oil
FIRST
MONTH
0
0
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OF!1
O(2)
0
0
O(1)
0
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Every 300 hours 12)
Every 3 years (21
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(1) Lubricate more frequently when used in salt water.
(2) These items should be serviced by an authorized Honda outboard dealer, unless the owner
has the proper tools and is mechanically proficient. See the Honda Shop Manual.
(3) For professional commercial use, log hours of operation to determine proper maintenance
intervals.
1. Tool kit and spare parts
The following tools and spare parts are supplied with the outboard motor
for maintenance, adjustment, and emergency repairs.
TOOL KIT
FLAT SCREWDRIVER
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PLIERS
TOOL BAG
10 x 12 mm WRENCH
a~
PHILLIPS SCREWDRIVER
[e
SOCKET WRENCH
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EMERGENCY
STARTER ROPE
SCREWDRIVER
HANDLE
SPARE
SPARK
PLUG
COTTER PINS
SHEAR PINS
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2. Engine
Oil Change
Qrain ,the oil while the engine is still warm to assure rapid and cbmplete
draining.
1. Turn the fuel valve lever OFF, and close the
2. Remove the oil filler cap, and turn the motor
3. Stand the engine in an upright position, and
recommended oil (see page 9). Check the
resting on the filler opening (do not screw in).
on the dipstick.
Oil capacity:
0.4e
(0.42
fuel cap vent knob.
on its side to drain the oil.
fill the crankcase with the
oil level with the dipstick
Fill to the upper level mark
U.S. qt.)
OIL FILLER CAP
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UPPER LEVEL 0.4 P (0.42 U.S. qt.1
OIL FILLER CAP
LOWER LEVEL 0.2 P (0.21 U.S. qt.)
DIPSTICK
CAUTION:
Used motor oil may cause skin cancer if repeatedly
left in
contact
with the skin for prolonged
periods. Although
this is unlikely
unless you handle used oil on a daily basis, it is still advisable
to
thoroughly
wash your hands with soap and water as soon as possible
after handling used oil.
NOTE: Please dispose of used motor oil in a manner that is compatible
with the environment. We suggest you take it in a sealed container to your
local service station for reclamation. Do not throw it in the trash or pour it
on the ground.
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3. Gear Oil Check/Change
Oil Level Check
Check the oil level when the engine is in the vertical position. Remove the
level bolt and see if oil flows out. If no oil comes out, fill through the drain
bolt hole until the oil starts to flow out through the level bolt hole. If there
is water in the oil, the water will flow out first when the drain bolt is
removed, or the oil will be a milky color.
Oil Change
Remove the level bolt and drain bolt to drain the oil. Inject oil through the
drain bolt hole until it starts flowing out through the level bolt hole.
Reinstall and tighten the level bolt and drain bolt securely.
CAUTION:
If water is detected in the oil, the unit should
an authorized
Honda outboard
motor dealer.
Recommended
Oil capacity:
be inspected
by
Oil: API standard (GL-4 or GL-5)
SAE 90 outboard motor gear oil
0.059 (0.053 U.S. qt.)
GEAR OIL
LEVEL BOLT <&3
GEAR OIL
DRAlN BOLT+8’!
4. Starter
Rope Check
Check the starter rope every 6 months or after every 100 hours of outboard motor operation. Replace the rope if it is frayed.
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5. Spark
Plug Service
Recommended
spark plug:
BMR-4A
INGK)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the ,engine cover.
Remove the spark plug cap.
Use the wrench supplied in the tool kit to remove the spark plug.
Visually inspect the spark plug. Discard it if the insulator is cracked or
chipped.
5. Measure the plug gap with a feeler gauge.
The gap should be 0.7-0.8
mm (0.028-0.031
in). Correct as
necessary by bending the side electrode.
6. Check that the spark plug washer is in good condition, and thread the
spark plug in by hand to prevent cross-threading.
7. After the spark plug is seated, tighten with socket wrench to compress
the washer.
NOTE: If installing a new spark plug, tighten l/2 turn after the spark plug
seats to compress the washer. If reinstalling a used spark plug, tighten
l/8- l/4 turn after the spark plug seats to compress the washer.
8. Reinstall the engine cover.
CAUTION:
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The spark plug must be securely tightened.
An improperly
tightened
plug can become very hot and may cause engine damage.
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Use only the recommended
spark plug or equivalent.
Spark plugs which
have an improper heat range may cause engine damage.
PLUG GAP
0.7-0.8
mm
(0.028-0.031
SOCKET
WRENCH
30
4
t
in)
6. Cleaning
and Flushing
After each use in salt water or dirty water, thoroughly
outboard motor.
clean and flush the
1. Wash the outside of the outboard motor.with clean, fresh water.
2. Remove the propeller.
3. Stand the motor in a suitable container of water. The water level must
be at least 4 inches above the anti-cavitation
plate.
4. Start the engine and run it slowly for at least 5 minutes.
ANTI-CAVITATION
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PLATE
For safety, the propeller must be removed.
Be sure the outboard
motor is securely mounted,
and do not leave it
unattended
while running.
Keep children and pets away from the area, and stay clear of moving
parts during this procedure.
CAUTION:
Running the engine without
water can cause serious engine
damage due to overheating.
Be sure that water flows from the water
check hole while the engine is running. If not, stop the engine and determine the cause of the problem.
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7. Lubrication
Wipe the outside of the engine with a cloth dipped in clean oil. Apply
marine anti-corrosion grease to the following areas:
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CLAMP SCREW
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GREASE NIPPLE
ADJUSTING
ROD ’
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PROPELLER SHAFT
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8. Shear Pin Change
A shear pin is used to protect the propeller and drive mechanism
damage when the propeller strikes an obstruction.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the cotter pin and the propeller.
Remove the broken shear pin and replace it with a new one.
Install the propeller.
Install a new cotter pin, and spread the ends as shown
illustration.
CAUTION:
When replacing
peller into the water.
Precautions
concerning
the shear pin, be careful
from
in the
not to drop the pro-
the propeller
The propeller rotates at high speed when the boat is moving. Before setting off, therefore, check the propeller blades for damage or deformation,
and if there are any abnormalities replace the propeller. Carry a spare propeller in case of an unforeseen accident on the water.
If a spare propeller is not available and an accident does occur, return to
shore carefully while running the engine at low speed.
SHEAR PIN
1
SPARE SHEAR PINS
AND COTTER PINS
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9. Servicing
a Submerged
Motor
A submerged motor must be serviced immediately after it is recovered
from the water in order to minimize corrosion.
If there is a Honda outboard motor dealership nearby, take the motor immediately to the dealer. If you are far from a dealership, proceed as
follows:
1. Remove the engine cover, and rinse the motor with fresh water to
remove salt water, sand, mud, etc.
2. Drain the fuel tank into a suitable container.
3. Loosen the carburetor drain screw (page 351, drain the contents of the
carburetor into a suitable container, then retighten the drain screw.
4. Change the engine oil (page 28). If there was water in the engine
crankcase, or the used engine oil showed signs of water contamination,
then a second engine oil change should be performed after running the
engine for l/2 hour.
5. Remove
the
spark
plug.
While
pressing
recoil starter several times to completely
the engine
stop
button;
pull the
expel water from the cylinder.
CAUTION:
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When cranking
the engine with an open ignition
circuit (spark plug
removed from the ignition circuit), keep the engine stop button depressed to prevent electrical
damage to the ignition system.
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If the motor was running when it submerged,
there may be mechanical
damage, such as a bent connecting
rod. If the engine binds when cranked, do not attempt to run the motor until it has been repaired.
6. Pour a teaspoon of engine oil into the spark plug hole, then pull the
recoil starter several times to lubricate the inside of the cylinder.
Reinstall the spark plug.
7. Attempt to start the engine. If the engine fails to start, remove the
spark plug, clean and dry the electrode, then reinstall the spark plug and
attempt to start the engine again. If the engine starts, and no
mechanical damage is evident, continue to run the engine for l/2 hour
or longer (be sure the water level is at least 4 inches above the anticavitation plate).
8. As soon as possible, take the motor to a Honda outboard motor dealer
for inspection and service.
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9. TRANSPORTING/STORAGE
1. Drain the water from the extension case.
While depressing the engine stop button to prevent starting, pull the
starter rope several times to expel the water from the extension case.
CAUTION:
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Do not rest the motor on its side until the water has been expelled from
the extension
case, otherwise
water will seep into the exhaust system.
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In cold weather, the water must be expelled from the extension case to
prevent ice from forming in the water pump and water tube.
2. Drain the fuel
1. Turn the fuel valve lever off.
2. Remove the fuel filler cap and drain the gasoline from the fuel tank into a suitable container.
3. Turn the fuel valve lever on, loosen the carburetor drain screw , and
drain the gasoline into a suitable container.
4. After draining, retighten the drain screw.
5. Make sure the fuel cap vent knob is turned to OFF.
DRAIN SCREW
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Be
fuel
the
Do
careful not to spill fuel. Spilled fuel or fuel vapor may ignite. If any
is spilled, make sure the area is dry before storing or transporting
motor.
not smoke or allow flames or sparks where fuel is drained or stored.
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3. To carry, hold the motor by the
carrying handle.
Do not carry by the engine cover.
4. Transport and store the motor either vertically or horizontally, as shown
here.
Vertical transport or storage: Attach the stern bracket to a stand.
CAUTION:
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Any other transport
or storage
position
may cause damage or oil
leakage.
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If the motor is tilted in the reverse position, crankcase oil will enter the
cylinder and may cause difficult starting or may prevent the engine from
.being cranked. If this occurs refer to the TROUBLESHOOTlNG.section,
page 37.
INCORRECT
5. Store the outboard
motor in a clean, dry area.
NOTE: Before storing, clean, flush and lubricate
described on pages 31 and 32.
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the outboard
motor as
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IO. TROUBLESHOOTING
Engine
Will Not ‘Start:
1. Is there fuel in the fuel tank?
2. Is the fuel cap vent knob turned to ON?
3. Is fuel reaching the carburetor?
Loosen the carburetor
float bowl.
drain screw to see if there is fuel in the carburetor
m
If any fuel is spilled, make sure the area is dry before testing
the spark plug or starting the engine. Spilled fuel or fuel vapor may ignite.
4. Is the spark plug firing?
a. Remove and inspect the spark plug. Clean and dry the plug, and
check the electrode gap (page 30).
b. Install the spark plug in its cap, and ground the side electrode to any
engine ground.
c. Pull the recoil starter briskly, and see if the plug sparks.
d. If the spark plug is OK, reinstall it, and try to start the engine.
If the plug does not spark, try the same test with a new spark plug. If there
is still no spark, take the outboard motor to an authorized Honda dealer for
repair.
Extension
Case Overheats:
1. Is the water intake clogged?
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11. SPECIFICATIONS
1 Model
1 BFZA
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Description Code
BAES IS Model)
BAEL (L Model)
output
2.0 horse power (Maximum)
Full throttle range‘
4,000-5,000
Engine type
4-stroke side valve one cylinder
rpm
Displacement
76 cc (4.7 cu in)
Valve tappet clearance
0.08-0.16
mm (0.003-0.006
Spark plug gap
0.7-0.8
Starter system
Recoil starter
Ignition system
Transisterized
Lubrication system
Oil slinger system
Specified oil
mm (0.028-0.031
Engine:
in)
in)
magneto
API standard (SE or SF) SAE low-30
Gear case: API standard (GL-4/5)
SAE 90 outboard motor
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Oil capacity
Engine: 0.4 0 (0.42 US qt)
Gear case: 0.05 P (0.053 US at)
Cooling system
Engine: Forced air cooling
Exhaust system: Water cooling
Exhaust system
1
Underwater
gear oil
exhaust
1 BMR-4A(NGK)
Spark plug
I Fuel
I Automotive
nasofine (91 research octane, 86 Dump octane)
Tank capacity
1.0 t’ (0.26 US gal)
Steering equipment
Bar handle
Tilt angle
75O
I Angle of rotation
S Model
L Model
410 x 930 x 275 mm (16.1 x 36.6 x 10.8 in)
410 x 1,080 x 275 mm (16.1 x 42.5 x 10.8 in)
Height from stern bracket to
anti-cavitation plate
S Model
L Model
420 mm (16.5 in)
570 mm (22.4 in)
Standard Propeller
(No. of blades-diameter
3-l 84 x 120 mm (7-l 14 X 4-3/4 in)
Dry weight
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‘S Model
L Model
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1 360”
Dimensions,
Length X Height X Width
X pitch)
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12.5 kg (27.56 lb)
13.0 kg (28.66 lb)
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12. OPTIONAL
PA.RT
GEAR OIL
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13. WARRANTY
Owner
SERVUCE
Satisfaction
Your satisfaction and goodwill are important to your dealer and to us. All
Honda warranty details are explained in the Distributor’s Limited Warranty. Normally, any problems concerning the product will be handled by your
dealer’s service department. If you have a warranty problem that has not
been handled to your satisfaction,
we suggest you take the following
action:
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Discuss your problem with a member of dealership management. Often
complaints can be quickly resolved at that level. If the problem has
already been reviewed with the Service Manager, contact the owner of
the dealership or the General Manager.
If your problem still has not been resolved to your satisfaction, contact
the Power Equipment Customer Relations Department of American
Honda Motor Co., Inc.
American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
Power Equipment Customer Relations Department
P.O. Box 50
Gardena, Califortja 90247-0805
Telephone: (2 13) 604-2400
We will need the following
-
information
Your name, address, and telephone
Product model and serial number
Date of purchase
Dealer name and address
Nature of the problem
in order to assist you:
number
After reviewing all the facts involved, you will be advised of what action
can be taken. Please bear in mind that your problem will likely be resolved
at the dealership, using the dealer’s facilities, equipment, and personnel,
so it is very important that your initial contact be with the dealer.
Your purchase of a Honda product is greatly appreciated by both your
dealer and American Honda Motor Co., Inc. We want to assist you in every
way possible to assure your complete satisfaction with your purchase.
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Current customer service contact information:
Your owner's manual was written to cover most of the questions you might ask about
your Honda. Any questions not answered in the owner's manual can be answered by
your Honda dealer. If your dealer doesn't have an immediate answer, they should be
able to get it for you.
If you have a difference of opinion with your dealer, please remember that each
dealership is independently owned and operated. That's why it's important to work to
resolve any differences at the dealership level. If the service personnel are unable to
assist you, please discuss your concerns with the dealer management such as the
Service Manager or the dealership's owner.
If you need to contact American Honda regarding your experiences with your Honda
product or with your dealer, please send your comments to the following address:
American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
Marine Division
Customer Relations Office
4900 Marconi Drive
Alpharetta, GA 30005-8847
Or telephone: (770) 497-6400 M-F, 8:30 am - 7:00 pm EST
When you write or call, please provide the following information:
•
Your name, address and telephone number (complete with area code)
•
Model and complete serial number
•
Date of purchase
•
Name and location of the selling dealer
•
Name and location of the servicing dealer (if different)
•
A detailed description of your concerns
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