TOHATSU

TOHATSU
TOHATSU
OUTBOARDS
No.003-11039-4
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YOUR TOHATSU
OWNER REGISTRATION
Upon purchasmg
CARD correctly
identifies you as
registration.
If this procedure
warmntly.
* : In this manual.
MOTOR
AND IDENTIFICATION
this product, be sure your dealer* fills out the WARRANTY
and completely
and mails I[ to the distributor.
This card
the legal owner of the product and serves as your warranty
is not followed,
“dealer”
PRE-DELIVERY
Be sure that the product
Limited
OUTBOARD
your outboard
motor will
always means an authorized
not be covered
TOHATSU
by
dealer.
CHECK
has been checked by the dealer before the delivery
Warranty
This TOHATSU
product is fully guaranteed against defective materials and
workmanshlp
for the period from the date of purchase. provided
that the
purchase has been registed in accordance with the above.
The limited warranty will not apply to the normal wear and tear of parts.
adjustments. tune-ups. or to any damage caused by:
1)Use or operation
NOT conforming
to the instructions
described
in this
owner’s manual.
2) Participation
in or preparation for racing or other competitive activities,
3) Water entering the engine or the engine room.
4) Damage of an accidents, collisions.
contact with foreign materials,
or
submersion.
5) Growth of marine organisms on motor surfaces.
6) Any other careless use or operation.
7) Normal deterioration.
The limited warranty does not cover maintenance
items. The following
items
are some examples not to be covered by the limited warmnty.
spark plugs. anode. trim-tub. propeller, fuel filter, oil filter, carbon brush,
starter rope, shear-pin. split-pin. bolt-nut-washer.
wire cable, rubber goods:
pump impeller, oil seal, “0”.ring.
fuel pipe, primer bulb. etc., viny tube.
The limited warranty
will become void if the product has been altered,
modified,
or repaired
by anyone other than a company
or service firm
authorized by TOHATSU.
The limited warranty will cover only your TOHATSU
product and will not
cover rhe boat the product is mounted on, the trailer. equipment. or accessories
associated with the product.
Serial Number
In the space below. please record the engine’s serial number (indicated both on
the lower motor cover and on the cylinder block). This number will come in
handy in the event of theft or to help in quickly identifying the product types
Serial Number :
To You, Our Customer:
Thank you for selecting a TOHATSU product. You are now the proud owner of
an exellent outboard engine that will service you for many years to come.
We would like to poinr out that carefree usage can only be assured on condition
that this manual is read through in its entirety and the maintenance routines
described later in this manual are followed carefully. Should difficulty arise
with the engine, please follow the troubleshooting procedures listed at the end
of this manual. If the problem persists. contact an authorized TOHATSU
service shop or your dealer.
We hope you will get much enjoyment from this product and wish you good
luck in your boating adventures.
TOHATSU
NOTICE:
CORPORATION
DANGER/WARNING/CAUTION/Note
Before operating your outboard motor, be sure to thoroughly read and
understand this Owner’s Manual and follow all of the instructions shown. Of
particular importance is information preceded by the words “DANGER,”
“WARNING. ” “CAUTION.”
and “Note.” Always pay special attention to such
information to ensure safer and trouble-free operation at all times.
Failure to observe
will result in severe
personal injury or death.
I
I Fadura
to observe
could result in severe personal
injury or death.
I
A CAUTION
Failure to observe
property damage.
could result in minor personal
injury or product or
Note:
This instruction provides special information to facilitate the use or
maintenance of the outboard or to clarify important points.
EMERGENCY
STOP SWITCH
The stop switch will cut off the engine when the stop switch line is pulled out.
This lme can be attached to the body of the operator, effectively preventing
injuries from the propeller in case he/she falls overboard.
We highly recommend use of the stop switch line because it can save the life of
the operator if somethings bad happens. However. we would also like to point
out the drawbacks of the switch. Accidental activation of the switch (such as the
line being pulled out in heavy seas) could cause passengers to lose their balance
and even fall overboard, or it could result in loss of power in heavy seas, strong
currents, or high winds. Loss of control while mooring is another potential
hazards
To prevent such hazardous situations. the 500 mm line is coiled and can
extended to a full 1.300 mm.
WARNINGS
As the operation/driver of the boat, you are responsible for the safety of those
aboard and those in other crafts around yours and for following local boating
regulations. Therefore you should possess thorough knowledge of correct
operation of the boat. its accessories, and the engine. To learn about the correct
operation and maintenance of the engine, please read through this manual
carefully.
It is very difficult for a person standing or floating in the water to take evasive
action should he or she see a power boat heading in his/her direction, even at a
slow speed. Therefore, when your boat is in the Immediate vicinity of people in
the water. the engine should be shifted to neutral and shut off.
SERIOUS
INJURY
IS LIKELY
IF A PERSON IN THE WATER
MAKES
CONTACT
WITH A MOVING
BOAT, GEAR HOUSING,
PROPELLER,
OR
ANY SOLID DEVICE
RIGIDLY
ATTACHED
TO A BOAT
OR GEAR
HOUSING.
It is the operator’s responsibility
to perform al1 safety checks and to ensure that
all lubrication
and maintenance
instructions
are complied
with for safe
operation. It is also the operator’s responsibility
to return the unit to the local
dealer for periodic inspection.
Correct periodic maintenance and good care of this outboard engine will lessen
the chance of problems and keep overall opemting expenses at a minimum.
SERVICING,
REPLACEMENT
PARTS & LUBRICANTS
Only let an authorized TOHATSU
service shop perform serving or maintenance
on this product. Be sure to use genuine parts and genuine lubricants
or
recommended
lubricants.
MAINTENANCE
As the owner of this outboard engine, you should be acquainted with its correct
maintenance
Please comply
with
all instructions
on lubrication
and
maintenance.
and return the engine to the dealer or service shop for periodic
inspection at the prescribed intervals.
Troublefree
operation cannot be expended unless the engine receives adequate
periodic maintenance.
If maintenance
is performed periodically,
it is not likely
that a costly overhaul will ever be required.
USE OF SERVICE
SHOP
When subjecting your TOHATSU
product to a check or repair, please be sure
to use a TOHATSU
dealer authorized by TOHATSU
or a TOHATSU
agent.
CONTENTS
SPECIFICATIONS
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NAM ES OF PARTS ....................................
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El ,N s TALLAT,ON
I.MOUNTINGTHEENGINEONBOAT
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2.INSTALLlNGTHEREMOTECONTROLDEVICES~~~~~~~~l6
-, ,,.JCJ-,,,JL,NG',-HE METERS ..........................
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4, INS',-ALL,NG ,-HE BATTERY. .........................
5.INSTALLINGTHEDRAGLINKASSEMBLY~~~~~~~~....-2
6.lNSTALLINGTHESTEERlNCHANDLEAND
,+,,N SWITCH BOX ...........................
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SELECTION
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q PROPELLER
F”ELANOENG,NE
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ENG,NE
OPE=AT,ON.
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2.START,NG..........................................3
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3,W,&RM,NG
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4.FORWAR,,
AN,,REVERSE
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5.TR,M
ADJUSTMENT
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6,SHALLOW
WATER
RUNNING
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REMOVING AND CARRYING THE MOTOR --.‘..---.58
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6,COLDWEATHERPRECAUTIONS----.........---....--81
7. CHECKING
AFTER STRIKING
UNDER WATER
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ACCESSORIES
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SPECIFICATIONS
Model
Overall Length, mm
OVerall Width, mm
Overall Heig ;ht, mm
Transom Height, mm
Weight, kg (Approx.)
Mar Ontmt
kW
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Fol I Throttle Speed range, ‘pm.
No. of Cylinders
Piston Displacement, mL
Bore & Stroke, mm
Exhaust System
Lubrication
Fuel Mixing Ratio
Cooling System
Starting System
Ignition
6OC 7oc
6OC 7oc
6OC 7oc
EF
EFO
EFTO
Approx. 1,280
Approx. 360
L: 1,428
UL:1,555
L: 530
UL: 657
L: 106
L: 108
L: 120
UL:lO8.5
UL:110.5
uL:122 ,.5
fine: 44~7 7llr.Y 53.~2
1 5,150 - 5,850
(3
1 93R
1 74 X 72.7
Through hub exhaust
premixedhel 1 Auto mixing
5O:l
1 12O:l - 5O:l
Forced water cooling
Electric starter motor
Flywheel Magneto CD. Ignition
Spark Plugs
NGK BXHS-lO/BRRHS-10
or
Champion L-78C/RL-78C
(l.Omm
gap)
IZV, 130W (12V, 11A)
5
12 (with PTT)
Genuine Motor Oil or
recommended one (TCW- Ill )
Alternator
No. of Trim Adjustments
Engine Oil
Gear Oil
Genuine Gear Oil or API GL5, SAE
#SO to #90, approx. 900 mL
Fuel Tank Capacity,
litter (US gal)
Engine Oil Capacity,
litter (US gal)
Gear Reduction Ratio
25 (6.6)
Approx. 2.6 (0.69)
12 : 28
Fuel
Unleaded regular gasoline pomp
posted 87 Octane (research octane
rating of 91)
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Model
Overall
Overall
Overall
Transom
Weight,
I
Leng ;th, mm
Width, mm
Height, mm
Height, mm
kg (Approx.)
Max. Output, kW
Full Throttle Speed range, ‘pm.
No. of Cylinders
Piston Displacement, mL
Bore & Stroke, mm
Exhaust System
Lubrication
Fuel Mixing Ratio
Cooling System
Starting System
Ignition
60C 70C
60C 70C
EPO
EPTO
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Approx. 720
Approx. 360
L: 1,428
lJL:1,555
L: 530
UL: 657
L: 103
L: 115
lJL:105.5
UL:117.5
60C: 44.7 70C: 52.2
5,150 - 5,850
3
938
74 X 72.7
Through hub exhaust
Auto mixing
12O:l - 5O:l
Forced water cooling
Electric starter motor
Flywheel Magneto CD. Ignition
Spark Plugs
NGK BRHS-lO/BRBHS-10
Champion L-78ClRL-78C
k!w1
Alternator
No. of Trim Adjustments
Engine Oil
12V, 13OW (12V, 11A)
5
1 2(withF’lT)
Genuine Motor Oil or
recommended one (TCW- lJl1
Genuine Gear Oil or API GL5, SAE
MO to #90, approx. 900 mL
Gear Oil
Fuel Tank Capacity,
litter (US gal)
Engine Oil Capacity,
litter (US gal)
Gear Reduction Ratio
or
(l.Omm
25 (6.6)
Approx. 2.6 (0.69)
12: 28
Fuel
Unleaded regular gasoline pump
posted 87 Octane (research octane
rating of 91)
2
Model
Overall
Overall
Overall
Transom
Weight,
90A EPTO
90A EFO
Aourox.
690
r,
Approx. 360
UL:1562
L: 1435
L: 516
UL: 643
I L: 130
L: 135
1 UL: 132.5
UL:137.5
67.0
5,000 - 5,500
3
1,267
86 X 72.7
Through hub exhaust
Auto mixing
12O:l ~ 5O:l
Forced water cooling
Electric starter motor
Flywheel Magneto CD. Ignition
Length, mm
Width. mm
Height, mm
Heieht.
Height, mm
kg (Approx.)
Max. Output, kW
Full Throttle Speed range, rpm.
No. of Cylinders
Piston Displacement, mL
Bore & Stroke, mm
Exhaust System
Lubrication
Fuel Mixing Ratio
Cooling System
Starting System
Ignition
Spark Plugs
NGK BgHS-lO/BRNHS-10
Champion L-78ClRL-IEtC
gap)
12V, 130W (12V, 11A)
Alternator
No. of Trim Adjustments
Engine Oil
.T
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or
(1 .Omm
c
Genuine Motor Oil or
recommended one (TCW- m )
Genuine Gear Oil or API GL5, SAE
#NO to #90, approx. 900 cc
Gear Oil
Fuel Tank Capacity,
litter (US gal)
Engine Oil Capacity,
litter (US gal)
Gear Reduction Ratio
25 (6.6)
3.5 (0.92)
13 ~26
Fuel
Unleaded regular gasoline pump
posted 87 Octane (research octane
rating of 91)
3
140A2EPTO
120A2EPTO
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Overall
Overall
Overall
Transom
Weight,
Length. mm
Width, mm
Height, mm
Height, mm
kg (Approx.)
Approx. 747
Approx. 390
L: 1,560
UL: 1,687
L: 516
UL: 643
1 L: 164
UL: 166.5
Max. Output. kW
Full Throttle Speed range, ,-pm.
No. of Cylinders
Piston Displacement, mL
Bore & Stroke, mm
Exhaust System
Lubrication
Fuel Mixing Ratio
Cooling System
Starting System
Ignition
89.4
1 104.3
5,200 - 5,700
4
1,768
88 X 72.7
Through hub exhaust
Auto mixing
12O:l - 5O:l
Forced water cooling
Electric starter motor
Flywheel Magneto CD. Ignition
Spark Plugs
NGK B8HS-lO/BRRHS-10
or
Champion L-78C/RL-78C
(l.Omm
gad
12V, 330W (12V, 27.5A)
2
Genuine Motor Oil OI
recommended one (TCW- III )
Genuine Gear Oil or API GL5, SAE
#80 to #90, approx. 900 cc
Alternator
No. of Trim Adjustments
Engine Oil
Gear Oil
Fuel Tank Capacity,
litter (US gal)
Engine Oil Capacity,
litter (US gal)
Gear Reduction Ratio
25 (6.6)
FoeI
Unleaded regular gasoline pump
posted 87 Octane (research octane
rating of 91)
6 (1.6)
13 : 26
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NAMES
OF PARTS
Model 6OC EF
Model 7OC EF
aTilt
Handle
@Upper
Motor Cover
@Hook
Lever
@I Water Check Pori
@Tilt Slopper
Lever
8 Anti-ventilallon
Plate
@I Trim Tab (Anode)
@I Propeller
@Water
stmner
@ Slern backeel
0 Thrusl Rod
@ aamp
screw
03 ThroNe Grip
03 Shift Lever
@Stop
Swtch
0 Main Swilch
@Switch
Box
@Cord
Ass’y C
@ Sanery Cord
@ Filler Lid
Model 60C EFO
Model 70C EFO
am, Handle
0 Upper Motor Cover
Q Hook Lever
@ Water Check Port
Q Till Slopper
Lever
@ Anli-venlilalion
Plale
@Trim
Tab (Anode)
Q Propeller
@I Water Slminer
@Stern
Erackel
@Thrust
Rod
@Clamp
screw
@ Thronle Grip
@I Shift Lever
@J Stop Switch
0 Main Switch
0 Switch Box
C$ Cord Ass’y C
@ Battery Cord
D Filler Lid
6
Model
Model
60C EFTO
70C EFTO
@Tilt Handle
@ Llpper Mobr cover
@Hook
Lever
@Water
Check Poll
Q Till Stopper Lever
Q Am-ventilalfon
Plate
0 Trim Tab (Anode)
Q Propeller
@Waler
Slrainer
@I stern Bracket
@l-must
Rod
@I Power Tram 8 Till (PTQ
0 Anode
@Thronle
Grip
03 Shin Lever
@I Slop Switch
@ Main Swilch
03 Swilch Box
0 Cord Ass’y C
@ Battery cord
7
CC Filler Lid
@ Power Trim
@ Power Trim
B Till Swilch
8 Till Swilch
A
B
Model
Model
60C EPO
7OC EPO
0 Till Handle
@Upper
Molar Cover
0 Hook Lever
@ Water Check Port
0 Till Stopper
Lever
8 Anti-ventilation
Plate
0 Trim Tab (Anode)
@Propeller
8 Waler Slrainer
@Stern
Bracket
8
Model 6oC EPTO
Model 70C EPTO
OTlll
Handle
0 Upper Motor Cover
0 Hook Lever
@Water
Check PO,,
Q Till Slopper
Lever
@ Anli-venlilatlon
Plate
0 Trim Tab (Anode)
@Propeller
8 Water sm,ner
0-G Stern Bracket
@I Thrust Rod
@Power
Trim &Tilt (Pm
@Anode
@Fuel
Conneclor
@ Battery Cord
@ Filler Lid
Q? Power Trim & Tilt Swilch
9
B
for P Type
for P Type
for T Type
Q Remote Control Box
Q Remote Contml Lever
Q Power Trim & lX Swilch
@ Neuld
Warm-up
Lever
Q Main Swilch
Q Harness B
0 Stop Swllch
Q Fuel Tank
Q Air Vent Screw
@Fuel
Connector
CD Primer Bulb
@Tachometer
@Trim Meter
90A EFO
90A
* 12OA2 - 14OA2 EPTO
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1
0 Upper Motor Cover
0 Cover Hook
0 Cooling Water Check
Porl
@T~lt Stopper
0 Gear Case
8 Anti-Ventilation
Plate
0 Trim Tab
@Propeller
8Slern
Bracket
@Manual
Valve (Port side)
0 Power Trim and Tilt
@I aanew
Cables
cQ Remote Control Box
@ Remote Control Lever
03 Power Trim B Tilt Switch
03 Neutral Warm-up
Lever
@I Main Switch
@Harness
B
@Stop
Switch
@, Fuel Tank
@Z Air Vent Screw
@Fuel
Connector
@Primer
Bulb
@Water
Strainer
@Filter
Lid
12
@ Multi-purpose
Meter
(,20Ai!.
140Az)
l Tachometer
l Trim Gauge
l Overheat Alert
Indicator
0 Oil Level lndicalor
0 Power Trim & lilt Switch
(Except SOA)
@Tachometer
(@,A)
@Trim Meter (gOA)
m INSTALLATION
(1) Mounting
the engine
on boat
Most boats are rated and certified in terms of their maximum
horsepower,
and this is shown on the boat’s certification plate. Do not
equip your boat with an outboard that exceeds this limit. If in doubt,
contact your dealer.
Do not operate the engine until it has been securely mounted on the
boat in accordance with the instructions below.
Note:
Consult your authorized dealer to receive the proper
ask your dealer to mount the motor as necessary.
@Single outboard installation
Position the outboard motor at the
exact center of the stem. and
mount it using a cushioning pad or
plate. (Fig. 1)
@Twin outboard installation
Position the outboard motors 470
- 660 mm (18.5 - 26.0 in) apart.
measured from the center line of
each motor. at the exact center of
the stem. (Fig. 2)
instructions
Pg. 1)
470~560 mm
(Fig. 2)
13
or
@Transom
height
Install the outboard so that the anti-ventilation
plate is at a level of 10 - 30
mm below the bottom line of the boat. (Fig. 3)
A CAUTION
The engine may overheat due to lack of cooling water in-flow from
water intake port if the anti-ventilation plate is at a level higher than
the bottom of the boat.
* If the height difference exceeds IO - 30 mm the engine power is likely to be
reduced as a result of increased water resistance against the gear case.
Transom Matching
Be sure that the anti-cavitation
plate of the outboard is below the water
surface when running with wide open throttle.
In case the above condition
cannot be met due to a bottom shape of your
boat, please consult your dealer.
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I
@I Attaching the stem bracket
After positioning the stem bracket, fix it with the clamp screw fitted on the
type of “without Shock Absoever” then drill four holes in the transom board.
matching the holes in the stern bracket. Secure the engine with the bolts
(Ml2 X 105 mm) and nuts provided Be sure to use the washers The
small-diameter washers go with the bolts and the larger diameter washers go
with the nuts.
The mounting holes may be drilled beforehand by referring to the
dimensional drawing below.
Note:
We recommend that the bolt heads of the bolts face inward while the
nuts are secured on the inside of the boat to prevent injury to the
passengers.
Stem Bracket Dimensional Drawing
a) Manual tilting type
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15
C
b) Power trim and tilt type
Note:
1. Apply a sealing agent, such as silicon sealer, between the bolts and
the transom board holes when tightening the bolts.
2. Be sure to fix the motor securely with the bolts. Consult to the your
dealer.
After installing the outboard. make sure that its steering and tilt movements are
not obstructed by any part of the boat. Also, the battery cables is fitted, make
sore that it does not interfere with the movement of the outboard
From time to time, check the bolts (and clamp screws) fortighteness.
(2) Installing
the Remote
Control
Device
It is recommendable to consult with your dealer for installation
adjustment of the remote control devices
@I Installation of the Remote Control Cables (Box side)
Follow the instruction manual provided with the remote control box.
@Installation of the Remote Control Box on your boat
Follow the instruction manual provided with the remote control box.
16
and
@Installing
(Wiring
the Remote Control
Harness) - 6OC/7OC
Cable (engine
side) and the Cord Assembly
(a) Detach the bracket and set cord ass’y B and the remote control cables in
position.
After fixing the remote control cables to the bracket, resecure the bracket
to the moror cover lower.
Flemo,etonlrol
s.,enmn Cord
ThW”k
cable
(b) Detach the throttle and shift
joints by removing the R-pins.
cable
* Pass at least 10 mm of the remote control
cables
through
the terminal
eyes.
Securely lock the terminal eyes with lock
nuts.
(c) Move the remote control lever to the
“FORWARD”
“NEUTRAL”
and
“REVERSE”
positions
to confirm
that the shift is working
properly,
then set the lever to “NEUTRAL”
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(d) Double-check
that the remote control cables (i.e.. the throttle cable and
shift cable) have been connected correctly. Move the remote control lever
forward to the first point at which it engages (approx. 32 “). The cable
which moves first when the lever is turned should be the shift cable.
Check that the shift lever is in “NEUTRAL”
position and that the neutral
warn-up
lever is fully closed when the remote control cables have been
connected.
*The advancer arrr on the engine should be contact with the stopper of the
cylinder crank case ass’y so that the throttle valve of the carburetor is to be
fully closed condition.
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(e) Adjust the cable joints until the hole of each is aligned with the advancer
arm pin
After adjustment, lock each cable joint with the nut and .secure it with the
R-pin.
(f) Connect cord ass’y B to cord ass’y A.
Connect the pink and light-blue leads from cord ass’y A and B together.
A CAUTION
Do not disconnect the electric couplers while the engine is running, as
this will damage the CD unit and could result in a serious electric
shock.
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@ Installing the Remote Control Cable (engine
(Wiring Harness) - 90A
(a) Detach the upper engine ccwer~
(b) Detach the upper grommet
(c)Detach
side) and the Cord Assembly
cord clamp bolts
the throttle and shift cable joints by removing
the R-shaped
pins.
(d) Move the Remote Control lever Forward
to Neutral and to Reverse
confirm the shift is working. and then set the lever to Neutral.
Cord
clamp
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to
@Installing
the Remote Control Cable (engine
(Wiring Harness) - l2OA2 * 140A2
(a) Detach the upper engine cover.
(b) Detach the upper grommet
side) and the Cord Assembly
cord clamp bolt.
(c) Detach the throttle and shift cable joints by removing
the R-shaped
pins.
(d) Move the Remote Control lever Forward, to Neutral and to Reverse
confirm the shift is working, and then set the lever to Neutral.
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to
(e) Double-check
that the remote control cables (i.e.. the throttle cable and
shift cable) have been connected correctly. Move the remote control
lever forward to the first point at which it engages (approx~ 32”). The
cable which moves first when the lever is turned should be the shift
cable. Check that the shift lever is in “NEUTRAL”
position and that the
neutral warn-up
lever is fully closed when the remote control cables
have been connected.
Fully opened
Neutral warm-up
,\
lever
* The advancer arm on the engine should have contact with the stopper
carburetor throttle valve to enable it to be fully closed.
arm
of the
(f) Connect cable harness B to cable harness A, and connect the meter cable
harness.
Do not disconnect
the electric couplers while the engine is
running, as this will damage the C.D. unit and could result in a
(g) Connect the pink and light-blue leads from cable harness A and B to
each other.
(h) Using the washers and R-shaped pins to adjust the thread length,
connect the throttle and shift cables to the pins on the engine-side.
(i) Insert the outer groove of each cable into the cable grip provided in the
lower engine cover. (I 20A2 - I40A2)
Attach the cord clamps and fix the cables securely with the bolts.
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(3) Installing
the Meters (6OC - 70C - 90A)
Install the meten securely in the dashboard where they can be easily read
and are not exposed to water splashes. The recommended
dashboard
thickness is 2 - I I mm (0.08 - 0.43 in.). For dashboards thicker than I I
mm (0.43 in.). the fitting plate should be cut accordingly. Be sure to tighten
the fitting nuts on the fitting plate evenly.
The dashboard
inclination
Set the tachometer
should be 50’
- 80”
selector knob to “6P.”
Cut a hole 85 mm (3.346 in.) in diameter for the tachometer,
mm (2 067 in.) in diameter for the trim meter.
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and a hole 52.5
q Connection
Tachometer:
Trim meter:
Trim sender:
Trim
of Leads
EPO EF’TO
EPTO
EPTO
meter
Color Codes
2
B:
L:
Lg:
0:
P:
R:
Sb:
W:
Y:
(optional)
Note:
The parts marked
with $% mark are to be wired when
a Meter Lamp Switch
(optional)
black
blue
light green
orange
pink
red
sky blue
whire
yellow
is used.
Installing
the Multi-purpose
Meter (120A2 - 140A2)
Install the meter securely in the dashboard where the instruments can be
easily read Recommended
dashboard thickness is 2-l
lmm (0.08-0.4in).
For dashboads thicker than 1 lmm (0.4in). the fitting plate should be cut
accordingly.
Be sure to tighten the fitting nuts on the fitting plate evenly.
n
The dashboard
inclination
W Cut a hole with 85Smm
should be 50”-80”
(3.37in)
diameter
for the Multi-purpose
Meters
(3 37 In,
855mm
f3
n
Turn
the selector knob at the back of the meter to the “12”
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position.
w Wiring Diagnm for Multi-purpose Meter
Connect rhe lead wires of Ihe meter referring to the writing diagram below.
Notes:
0 Oblique lines (Z) depict cords with a color stripe.
0 Only connect leads market with-when
a meter
(optical) is used.
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lamp
switch
(4) Installing
the battery
@Place the battery box in a convenient position away from possible spray
damage. Securely fasten both the box and battery so they do not shake
loose.
A 12V battery
recommended.
with a recommended
capacity
of 70 AH or more is
Hydrogen gas is generated when a battery is charged. Therefore,
keep the battery well ventilated during charging.
Electric sparks, cigarette smoking and other sources of fire must be
avoided in the charging area to prevent explosion of the battery.
*The battery fluid (electrolyte) contains sulfuric acid.
If any electrolyte is spilled on the skin, clothes, etc., wash with copious
amounts of water and consult a doctor. Always use safety glasses
and rubber gloves when handling the battery.
Remark: Further to notice on the label of your battery.
Notes:
(1) Make sure that the battery leads do not get stuck between the
motor and boat when turming, etc.
(2) The starter motor may fail to operate leads the are incorrectly
connected.
(3) Be sure to correctly connect the (+) and (-) leads. If not, the
charging system will be damaged.
(4) Do not disconnect the battery leads from battery while the engine
operation, the electrical parts could be dameged.
(5) Always use a fully charged battery.
@Connect
the positive lead (+) to the
positive terminal (+) of the battery, and
then connect the negative lead (-1. When
disconnecting the battery always remove
the negative lead (-)
first. AFter
connecting the positive terminal (+).
securerly place a cap on it to prevent
short circuits.
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(5) Installing
the Drag Link Assembly
(Standard accessories
Incorrect or unstable
accidents while riding
Installation of the
recommended.
for EPTO and EPO types)
installation of the Drag Link assembly can result in
the boat or breakage of the hull
Drag Link Assembly by your dealer is highly
Note:
Depending on the steering
be required.
cable manufacture,
spacers
(optical)
may
@ Connect the Drag Link rod to the tip of the steering cable.
Tighten the rod using the nut wth nylon-stopper, making sure the rod can
swing freely.
@Connect the other tip of the rod to the steering bracket with a bolt, first
applying a collar and washer. The bolt head must face downward.
Note:
Apply grease
in required places.
(6) Installing the steering handle
(For EF/EFO/EFTO types)
and main switch
Throth
box
cable
@Connect
the throttle cable coming
from the motor to the handle, then
fix it with a nylon nut. After that,
place the plate in the outer groove.
and fix it with screws.
Handle
@Install
the steering handle
motor with two bolts.
B
to the
Handle
@Install
the main switch box at a
place where the driver is able to
operate the switches easily~ And
confirm
no obstacles at the cord
passage before installing
the main
switch
boxy When
the cord is
excessively long. adjust the length
by hauling
the cord inside the
upper motor cover.
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PROPELLER
SELECTION
A CAUTION
Use of an inappropriate propeller for your particular needs can cause
serious damage to your outboard motor. Please check the Propeller
selection table at the end of this manual, and consult your dealer for
specific recommendations.
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FUEL & ENGINE OIL
Fuel
Notes:
Gasoline
Unleaded regular gasoline is highly recommended
for Outboard
motors.
Gasoline should be a minimum pump posted octane rating of 87 (91
by research octane rating).
Gasoline containing alcohole. methanol (methyl), or ethanol (ethyl),
may cause:
0 Wear and damage on bearings, piston, piston rings and cylinder
liners
0 Corrosion on metal Darts
0 Deterioration of rubber parts and plastic parts.
Fuel tank capacity- - 25 litters (6.6 U.S. gal)
Engine oil
--Use a genuine engine oil or recommended one (TCW3).
Will not recommend use of other hvo stroke engine oil.
Fuel Tank
When using a fixed fuel tank in place of genuine fuel tank. it is recommended
to select a one with a structure facilitating interior cleaning.
Gasoline vapors are present, an errant spark could cause an
explosion or fire.
- Do not smoke near gasoline.
- Do not overfill gasoline.
If any gasoline is spilt, wipe it up immediately.
- Stop the engine before fill gasoline into the fuel tank.
A CAUTION
DO NOT mix different brands of oil.
Mixing different brand of oil, or different type of oil even if the brand is
the same, may cause gelling, resulting in possible filter screen
blockage. This could result in serious engine damage because of
impaired lubrication performance.
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1 Non Auto-mixing
Model (EF Type)
Add engine oil into fuel oil tank. The mixing ratio with gasoline is I : 50
(one pan oil and 50 parts gasoline). Mix well by hand. The mixing ratm
during break-in running is I 25.
Mixing Ratio
Engine Oil
1
During break-in
Afler break-in
2 Auto-mixing
1
:
Gasoline
25
50
Model (EFO - EFTO - EPO - EPTO Type)
The required amount of engine oil is automatically supplied from the oil
tank. through the oil pump. according to the engine running condmons.
Gasolineis fed wer a separatefeeding line.
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A
CAUTION
During break-in of the engine, engine oil must be added to the fuel
gasoline in addition to the oil which is automatically supplied from the
oil tank.
Mixing Ratio (during break-in on auto-mixing models)
During break-in
After break-in
Engine Oil : Gasoline
1
50
Automatic. Fill up engine oil tank regularly
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@Replenishing oil in the engine oil tank.
1. Open the filler lid of the upper engine cover.
2. Remove the oil tank cap.
3. Fill up the tank with Genuine Engine Oil or recommended oil.
A CAUTION
1. In the unlikely event that gasoline by mistake is filled into the oil
tank, drain the oil tank completely,
and consult an authorized
service shop for advice.
2. Check the amount of oil in the oil tank visually before starting the
boat. Running out of oil at sea is a cause for potential disaster.
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@ Oil pump air vent
Visually check whether there is air in the oil through the vinyl pipe
connecting the oil tank with the oil pump. If present, purge the air as
follows:
n Loosen
the air vent screw on the oil pump to purge the air, and tighten it
when all air, as seen through the vinyl pipe on the oil pump side, has been
purged.
Air venl screw
Note
Wipe off any spilled oil with a rag. and dispose
manner.
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90A . 120Az -140Az
of it in a appropriate
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ENGINE OPERATION
(1) Break-in
W The break-in
run time is approximately IO hours.
The most critical time in the life of your engine is the first 10 hours of
operation. Correct operation during this break-in period will prolong the life
of the engine and ensure optimum performance. Follow the procedures
shown below carefully.
Time
Break-in
melhord
Running
0 min -
Trolling
10 min -
Thm”le
opemng
( I,2
about3.000
rpm
I
Throttle opening
(3M
aboul4.000
rpm
I
1 hr2 hrs IOhs-
or idling speed
Cruising
Conditions
at minimum
speed
Run wilh full throttle
for Imln-to
min.
ThmW
opening 314
about4.000
rpm
Normal
running
A CAUTION
@Severe
engine damage may be caused if the break-in
described above are not observed.
@ Change new gear oil after 10 hours break-in.
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procedures
(2) Starting
~Loosen
the air vent screw
the fuel tank cap.
on
@Connect
engine.
@ Feed fuel to the carburetor by
squeezing
the primer
the connector to the
@Install the lock in he stop
switch
bulb until
firm
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A CAUTION
Be sure to connect the emergency stop line to your wrist. The engine
is shut down if the stop line switch is disconnected.
This is a safety measure. designed to protect the driver is thrown
overboard.
Notes:
Be sure that the shift is at neutral when starting the engine.
This model is provided with start in-gear protection.
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A
CAUTION
If motor starts in gear. do not use. contact your authorized
@Insert
the key into
the main switch.
@ P Type:
Set the Remote
Conrtol
lever to
Neutral (N), and
move the neutral
warm-up
lever to
Open.
F Type:
Place the shift lever in Neutral.
Turn the throttle grip to the START position
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dealer.
aTurn the main switch key to ON, and push on it for choke operation
(The key need not be pushed if rhe engine is warm.)
Note: for P Type
The neutral warm-up lever is inoperative
lever is set to Neutral.
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unless
the Remote
Control
@While
keeping
the key pressed, turn it to START
ON
TART
ON
ART
@When
the engine starts. release the key and allow
it Lo return to ON. Then
PType: return the neutral warm up lever to the closed position.
FType: return the throttle grip to the “SLOW ” position.
I
A CAUTION
1. Extended operation of the starter motor will run the battery down.
Operate the starter motor for maximum 3 seconds. If the engine
does not start, wait for 5 seconds before operating the starter motor
again.
2. NEVER operate the starter motor once the engine has started.
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Manual
@Turn
start - - - in case of trouble
starter motor
the main swtch
@ Remove
@Take
key to OFF and set the shift lever to Neutral
the upper engine cover.
off the ring gear cover. by removing
sot
with the electric
- 7oc
the fixing
90A - 120A2
bolts
-140A2
@ Move the manual choke lever to
the Closed position.
When the engine is warm. turn
the manual
choke
lever
to
“OPEN” position.
OPEN
90A - 120A2
60C - 70C
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-14OA2
(N).
@Turn
the main switch key to ON.
@Wind the starter rope around the flywheel a few turns. Give it a sharp tug
to start the engine. Use a socket wrench or similar to get a firm grip on the
end of the rope.
0 When the engine stans, return the manual choke lever to the open
position.
Note:
The battery cables must be connected
starting the engine manually.
to the battery
also when
A WARNING
1 DO NOT reinstall the ring gear cover after the engine has been
started using the emergency start procedure.
2 When fitting the motor cover upper on the motor, the shift lever
should be “NEUTRAL”
position.
3 Do not continue to use the emergency start procedure for routine
engine starting. Contact your dealer to have the starter system
repaired as soon as possible.
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(3) Warm-up
Before driving the boat, let the engine run at low speed for approximately
three minutes to let it warm and allow the oil to circulate through the
machine. If the engine is not warmed up beforehand. the engine life will
shorten greatly. During the warm-up operation, confirm that cooling water
is discharged from the check port and Idle port
,ii CAUTION
If cooling water is not discharged and engine operation is continued,
the engine will overheat and damage occur.
W Engine speed
Recommended idle speed after wamwp
Full-throttle engine speed
Full-throttle engine speed
-1
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operation
(4)
Foward
and Reverse
I
A CAUTION
I
A CAUTION
I
Do not shin into gear unless the engine is running, to avoid possible
damage to the shifting mechanism.
I
It may be dangerous to attempt shifting at high RPM.
Be sure to slow down to trolling or idling rpm before shifting.
I
0 Remote control type (P type)
While pressing the lock button on the remote control lever upward, swiftly
move the lever to “FORWARD”
(F) or “REVERSE”
(R) to the point at
which it engages (approx. 32 ’ forward or backward from “NEUTRAL”).
Once the lever is moved further forward or backward, the engine will be
accelerated.
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A CAUTION
1. At the time of shifting from “FORWARD”
to “REVERSE”
or from
“REVERSE”
to “FORWARD,”
stop once the shift lever at the
“NEUTRAL”
position and allow the engine to return to idling speed.
2. Before moving the shitt lever to “REVERSE”
position, make sure
the reverse lock is engaged (in UP position). (EPO)
I3
Do not increase
the engine speed excessively
while reversing,
0 Tiller handle type (F type)
Turn the throttle grip toward “SLOW” and mwe ihe shift lever quickly to
“FORWARD”
(F) or “REVERS” (R) when the engine speed has reached the
lowest rpm.
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A CAUTION
1, Before moving the shift lever to “REVERSE”
make sure the reverse
lock is engaged (in UP position). (EF/EFO types)
2. Do not increase the engine speed excessively
while reversing. A
maximum limit of half-throttle is recommended
when running in
REVERSE for safe running.
LOCK
Note:
The shift lever cannot be turned from “NEUTRAL”
to “REVERSE”
unless the throttle grip has been turned fully toward “SLOW’.
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(5) Trim adjustment
A CAUTION
Incorrect adjustment will cause the boat to sway, reduce the engine
performance and may cause unsafe steering conditions.
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Power Trim &Tilt Type:
The Power Trim & Tilt can be adjusted depending on the desired trim angle
of the engine in r&non to the transom shape. planing speeds and load. It is
imperative that the trim angle is adjusted correctly.
A CAUTION
The following precautions
should be applied if you are boating in
shallow water with the motor trimmed beyond the trim limit cut-out
point:
1, Keep the engine speed at IDLING RPM only. This is because the
swivel mechanism has no side support when the engine is trimmed
beyond the trim limit.
2. Make sure that the water intake port is submerged
at all times, to
prevent overheating of the engine or water pump impeller damage.
0 How to use the trim meter:
When the trim angle is set as
desired. take a reading off the
trim meter. and record it for
future reference.
60C - 70C - 90A
I
0 Proper
Trim Angle
The trim angle
while running.
0 Improper
is optimum
when
the boat is parallel
to the water
Trim Angle (bow rises too high)
If the trim angle is excessive. the
bow will rise out of the water and
will
decrease.
the
speed
Furthermore,
the bou may sway or
the bottom may slam the water
while
cruising.
In this case.
decrease the trim angle by flicking
the switch on the Remote Control
lever to “DN”.
60C - 70C - 90A
0 Improper
Trim Angle (bow dips Into the water)
If the trim angle is too small, the
bow will dip into the water. the
speed will decrease. and water
may enter the boat. In this case,
the trim angle should be increased
by flicking
the switch
on the
Remote Control lever to “UP’.
60C - 70C -9OA
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surface
n
l
With out Power Trim &Tilt Type:
The trim angle is adjusted by setting
hole.
the thrust rod in the correct
Proper trim angle
The optimum
trim angle is
obtained
when the boat is
parallel to the water surface
while in running.
0 Improper
trim angle (bow
rises too high )
If the trim angle is excessive,
the bow will rise out of the
water
and the speed will
decrease.
Furthermore.
the
bow may sway or the bottom
may slam the water while
cruising.
In this case, decrease the trim
angle by setting the thrust rod
in a lower hole.
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thrust rod
l Improper
trim angle (bow
dips into the water)
If the trim angle is too small,
the bow will dip into the
will
water.
the
speed
decrease.
and water
may
enter the boat.
In this case. the trim angle
should
be
increased
by
setting the thrust md in a
higher hole.
(6) Shallow
Water Running
(EFTO/EPTO)
Shallow water running is available only on the EFTO and EPTO types.
Tilt up the engine using the PowerTrim
&Tilt System.
Set the outboard at higher position adjusting the same manner with the trim
angle adjustment.
A
CAUTION
0 When in shallow water running, take care that the water strainer is
submerged at all times and that water is continuously running out
of the cooling water check port. If the water does not discharge
from the cooling water check port, adjust the motor angle to tilt
down a little.
0 Do not increase the engine speed unnecessarily.
0 Do not use long time unnecessarily.
0 Make sure that the motor does not strike the bottom, especially
when running in REVERSE. If the motor strikes the bottom while
reversing, the impact is transmitted to the transom, risking damage
to both the motor and the boat.
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(7) Stopping
A CAUTION
1, NEVER stop the engine immediately after full-throttle running. Keep
it running for 2-3 minutes at idling speed (shift lever set to
“NEUTRAL”)
to allow it to cool down.
2. Never disconnect
the electrical harness for stopping the engine
when motor running.
Notes:
1. When another electrical equipment or accessory
is fitted, the
electricity will be used for this and the battery discharges
until the
main switch is off.
2. Disconnect the cables from the battery if the engine will not be used
for an extended period of time.
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P Type:
@Turn the main switch key counter-clockwise
or pull out the
stop switch. The engine stops.
The engine can also be stopped
by pressing on the Stop switch.
@Move the Remote Control lever
to Neurnl and let the engine idle
for 2-3 minutes to allow it tO
cool down.
NEUTRAL (N)
@p)Q
lock plate
@Disconnect
the fuel COtlneCtOr
from the engine.
@JClose the air vent screw on the
fuel tank cap.
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F Type:
@Return
the throttle grip to the “Slow”
lever to Neutral (N) posltion.
@Turn
the main switch key to “OFF”
lock plate from the switch.
ON
@Disconnect
the fuel connector
speed position,
then shift the shift
7
position.
or take off the stop switch
ON
from the engine.
@ Close the air vent screw on the fuel tank cap.
Air “em sc,ew
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(8) Tilt up, Tilt down
A CAUTION
When mooring your boat for a long time, the outboards
tilted up and lock it with the tilt stopper.
should
Note:
After tilt engine up, disconnect
the cables from the battery
engine will not be used for an extended period of time.
POWER TRIM & TILT Type:
Tilt up
@Disconnect
that fuel connector from the
engine.
@Turn the ignition key to ONE
@Operate the Power Trim & Tilt switch and
@I Lock the tilt stopper.
If the outboards is leaving in the tilt up
condition without
locking with the tilt
stopper, the outboards may be tilted down.
@Operate the Power Trim &Tilt switch to DN
to retract the trim rods.
If the trim rods are not retreacted shells and
other foreign matter may stick to the rods,
and could cause damage when the rods are
later retracted.
@ Re-turn the ignition key to OFF.
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be
if the
Tilt down
@Turn the ignition key to ON.
@Operate the PowerTnm &Tilt switch to UP.
@ Un-lock the tilt stopper.
@ Operate rhe Power Trim 8i Till switch to DOWN.
Note:
If the battety is dead, and the Power Trim
& Tilt switch thus inoperative,
turn the
manual valve a few turns in the OPEN
direction. This will allow manual tilting of
the engine.
Always
lock the engine in the upper
position with the tilt stopper.
~~~~~,,,,,,,
,.,,,,,,~~~ WAR N 1N a
..:~~:::::,‘:~.::ril~~i:
.+:j:.:.. ...~‘.iilil:iililiiiI.:.:::/ll:.ll.j:li.
When tilting up or down, be sure that no finger or hand is placed
between the swivel bracket and stern bracket.
For reference:
Engine-mounted
Tilt Switch(Except
Power
90A)
Trim
&
In addition to the Power Trim & Tilt switch
installed on the Remote Control lever, a
similar switch can be found on rhe lower
momr cover.
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DOWN
UP
in
MANUAL
TILT
Tilt Up
@Disconnect the fuel connectors
@Set the reverse lock lever on the port side to “RELEASE”
by turning it
downward. (Fig. 1)
@Set the tilt lever on the starboard side to “LOCK” by turning it opward.
Tilt the outboard up entirely. The outboard will be locked automatically in
the raised positions (Fig. 2)
Tilt down
To tilt the engine down. turn the tilt stopper lever downward
(toward
“RELEASE”).
Tilt the engine up slightly and then let it back slowly down
(The reverse lock will be set aulomatically.)
I
When tilting up or down, be sure that no finger or hand is placed in
between the swivel bracket and stern bracket.
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(9) Caution
while
in boating
While in boating. observe the weather and surrounding conditions at all time
for safe. Stop the engine and check when you face the following situations:
Situations
stop
required
emergency
A When hitting driftwood
or rock.
fiWhen the engine rpm suddenly
increase.
When a vinyl sheet or foreign
material is caught on the
propeller.
,temS to be checked
N2heck stern bracket bolt for
loosening.
(Tighten the bolt if it loosens.)
aCheck propeller, gear case,
propeller shaft, driveshaft
housing, stern bracket, steering
handle, etc. for damage.
Check propeller slip and
deformation.
Remove vinyl sheet or foreign
material.
AWhen the cooling water does
not discharge or decrease.
Check cooling water intake port for
dust, vinyl sheet, ect.
*When
abnormal vibration
noise are felt and heard.
Check mounting bolts of the
outboards, bolts and nuts of each
part for loosening, and check
propeller deformation.
AWhen
drop.
and
the engine rpm suddenly
Check engine over heating, cooling
water discharge volume, propeller
and related sections, fuel amount ir
tank and oil amount in oil tank.
A mark items. If the engine condition could not recover or remedy. return your
boat to a mariner at low speed as much as cossible. And consult a dealer for
check and servicing the engine.
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A
CAUTION
If neglected a check for damage and repairing, it may sometimes
happen not to be able to run the boat and the outboards.
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REMOVING
(1) Removing
AND CARRYING
THE MOTOF
the motor
0 Stop the engine.
@Disconnect the fuel connector. the remote control cable, the battery cords,
bracket fixing bolts and nuts etc.
@Remove the motor from the hull and completely drain the water from the
gear case.
(2) Carrying
the motor
Be sure to keep the engine vertical
posture whenever you carry the motor.
NOTE:
0 If, do not carry the engine at upright position. loosen the drain screw on the
carburetors to drain Fuuelfrom them.
A CAUTION
Beware of explosion danger. Spilled and vapored gasoline may
easily catch fire and explode. Be sure to fully discharge gasoline from
the carburetors
when transporting
the engine. Wtpe off spilled
gasoline with a rag.
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0 When carrying or putting the engine up for storage, make sure power head
side is higher position than the propeller and the side with the oil tank faces
down. Otherwise air will enter pump system for the power trim and tilt
(3) Storing
the motor
Keep the motor vertical posture when you store it
Note:
If you store the motor horizontal
figure.
EFIEFOIEPO
posture.
lay the motor same as above
Type
When taking out the motor from package or storing the motor taking
out from the boat, never release the reverse lock lever. Otherwise it is
dangerous since the stern bracket is not locked and up.
* Do not touch or get caught the reverse
lock lever with a hand or foot.
* Fix the stem bracket with a rope.
* Be careful not to let a child touch with
the reverse lock lever.
*Be careful to the tilting direction of
the stem bracket to avoid a personal
injury hitting the jumping outboard.
(4) Trailering
A CAUTION
When trailering the engine installing on a boat, the motor should be in
a running position fully tilting down. Trailering at tilted up condition of
the motor may cause of damage to the motor, boat, etc. by
unexpected tilt lock release getting a shock when trailering.
If trailering the motor at tilt down position is unavailable, fix the motor
securely using a device (like a transom saver bar) at the tilting up
position.
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WARNING
SYSTEM
(1) Outline
This outboard warns of engine trouble
(I) Warning buzzer
(2) Illumination
or flashing (l20A2
60C) of warning lamp.
(3) Engine RPM limitation
using the following
- 140Az)/lllumination
three ways
(90A
- 70C -
The warning system includes the following functions.
(I) Overheat sensor that checks cylinder temperature.
(2) Water pressure switch that checks pressure of cooling water
The switch functions wth engine speed over 2800 rpm.
(608 - 708: option)
(3) Oil level sensor that informs oil level in the tank at 3 liters and I.5 liters.
(120A2 - 140A2)/at 0.7 Q (90A)iat 0.5 Q (60C - 70C).
(4) Warning buzzer that is built m the remote control box.
The buzzer can be activated only in forward or reverse shift. and not in
neutral.
(5) Warning lamps that is built in the MULTI-PURPOSE
METER. (I 2OAz 140Az)i Tachometer
(90A - 70C * 60C).
(6) ESG (engine revolution limiter) that is built in the CD1 unit.
The device limits engine rpm according to the case.
(2) Troubleshooting
Use the following
functions.
at warning
table to pinpoint
trouble
in case the warning
120A2~140A2
Lower 011level indicator
Uppero~l level indicator
Over-revolution
system
90A
RPM
limilation.
(aPPr0x.J
Lamp
Buzzer
Trouble
on
None
3.500
rpm
Cooling water
clogged.
on
None
3,500
rpm
Engine
On
Oil level indicator
llluminales
None
Aclion
intake
is
Go to (3) - 0.
GotoO-@.
overheats.
Remaining
oil, less
lhan 0.7 lilers
Gob@-0.
6OC.70C
RPM
limitation.
Buzzer
Trouble
Aclion
@PPw
0”
NOW
3.500
rpm
Cooling
clogged.
water
0”
NOW
3,500
rpm
Engine
overhea!S.
Remark:
Water
pressure
switch
is option,
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intake
is
Go to (3) - 0.
Goto(3)b0.
(3) Corrective
actions
at warning
Take one of the following
actions as applicable. in case a warning condition
has occurred.
@I Buzzer and RPM Reduction : Overheat Warning or Water Intake
Clogged Warning
1. Shift into neutral.
2. Check that cooling water is running out of the check port
3. If no water is running out. check if the water Intake is clogged.
@ Buzzer and Lamp : Low Oil Warning
I. Shift into neutral.
2. Turn the main switch off.
3. Fill the oil tank.
4 Turn the main switch on to check if the buzzer and lamp are off.
@Engine
RPM is limited to approximately
6,000 and “X 1.000 RPM”
indicator flashes. (I2OA2 - 140A2)ito approximately
5,900 rpm (90A)ito
approximately
6,150 rpm (6OC - 7OC).
Over-revolution
protection function is turned on
Note :
This function may be turned on in case a propeller has run out of the water.
In such a case. the function will be turned off automarlcally
after the
propeller gets into the water again.
a. Shift into neutral.
b. Check the propeller for damage.
In case the propeller is damaged. return to port immediately
at a low
or medium speed to replace it with new one.
If the propeller is not damaged. go to step 3. (The propeller pitch may
be unfit for the outboard )
c. Replace the current propeller with a proper pitch.
For selection of the propeller, consult with the dealer.
@Engine
RPM is indicated
“00” and limited to approximately
1,500.
(I 20A2 - 140A2)
Red/yellow
lead of wire harness B (For location of the lead, refer to
WIRING
DIAGRAM
of this manual.) is not connected.
I. Shift into neutral
2. Turn off the engine.
3. Check if the lead is connected.
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ADJUSTMENTS
(1) Remote Control
EPO/EPTO
Lever Movement
(Throttle friction adjustment screw)
To adjust the movement of the remote control lever. turn the throttle Friction
adjustment screw on the front of the remote control box. Turn the screw
clockwise
for heavier
movement.
and counterclockwise
for lighter
movement.
(2)Trim
Tab Adjustment
If straight-line
cruising cannot be achieved, adjust the trim tab located under
the anti-ventilation
plate.
W If the boat veers toward the right, set the trim tab in the direction of A.
W If the boat veel~ toward the left. set the trim tab in the direction of 8.
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Note:
1. The trim tab also acts as an anode to prevent galvanic corrosion.
Thus do not paint or grease this part.
2. After adjustment. securely tighten the trim tab fixing bolt.
3. Check for looseness of the bolt and the trim tab at regular intervals.
Due to corrosion, the trim tab will wear down over time.
(3) Steering
Movement
Adjustment
EF/EFO/EPO
The steering movement can be adjusted
by turning the steering adjustment bolt on
the swivel bracket.
Turn the bolt clockwse
for heavier
mo”eme”t.
Turn the bolt counterclockwise
for lighter
movement
(4) Throttle Grlp Movement
Adjustment
EF/EFO/EFTO
Turn the friction adjustment screw on the
steering handle to adjust the movement of
L,gh,er
the throttle grip.
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INSPECTION
Care of your outboard
AND MAINTENANCE
motor
To keep your motor in the best opemting condition, it is very important that you
perform daily, and periodic. maintenance as suggested in the maintenance
schedules that follow.
A CAUTION
0 Your personal safety and that of your passengers
depends on how
well you maintain your outboard motor. Carefully observe all of the
inspection and maintenance procedures described in this section.
0 The maintenance
intervals shown in the checklist apply to an
outboard motor in normal use. If you use your outboard motor
under severe conditions such as frequent full-throttle operation or
frequent operation in brackish
water, maintenance
should be
performed at shorter intervals. If in doubt, consult your dealer for
advice.
0 We strongly recommend that you use only genuine replacement
parts on your outboard motor. Damage to your outboard arising
from the use of other than genuine parts is not covered under the
warranty.
EPA Emissions
Regulations
EPA (United States Environmental Protectm Agency) has emsmn regulatmns
and is controling air pollution from new outboard motors All new motors
manufactured by us are certified to EPA as conforming to the requirements of
the regulations. This certification is depend upon factory standards. Therefore,
factory specifications must be followed when servicing emission related
controls. or making adjustments.
Maintenance, replacement, or repair of the emission control devices and
systems may be performed by any marine SI (Spark Ignition) engine
repair establishment or lndlvldual.
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Perform
the following
checks and inspection
before and after use
(1) Daily Inspection
Item
Fuel
System
Points
to Check
Actlon
ID Check the amount of fuel in the tank.
ID Check for debris or water in the fuel filter.
Il Check rubber hoses for oil leakage.
Lubricatio Ill B Check the amount of engine oil in the oil tank.
IB Check for debris or water in the oil filter.
System
Electrical
Equipmer It
Replenish
Clean
,D Check the spark plugs for dirt, wear and carbon
built-up.
Spark plugs : NGK B-SHS-IOBR-BHS-10
or
CHAMPION L-78C/RL-78C
(1 .Omm gap)
Clean or
replace
,l Check if the main switch functions
Remedy or
replace
,l Check that the battery electrolyte
gravity are normal.
normally.
level and specific
Replenish
Or
recharge
,l Check for loose connections
on battery terminal.
&tighten
or
charge
8 Check if the emergency stop switch functions
normally end make wre the lock plate is present.
Remedy
replace
0 Check cords for loose connections
correct
replace
0 Check if the choke solenoid
carburetor works normally.
Choke &
Throttle
System
Replenish
Clean
Replace
and damage.
and valve for the
Adjust
Or
replace
0 Check if the carburetor and magneto work normally
when move the throttle control lever and also check
links for looseness.
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Correct
or
or
Item
Points
to Check
Actlon
l Check if the clurch engages correctly when
operating
Clutch
and
Propeller
System
0 Visually check the propeller
blades.
0 Check that the propeller
split pin is present.
for bent or damaged
nut is tightened
and the
lnstallatiol
of Motor
0 Check all the motor installation bolts with the boat.
0 Check the thrust rod installation.
Power
Trim &Tilt
0 Check working
Cooling
water
Replace
Adjust
or
replaCe
Tighten
of the tilt up and down of the motor.
l Check that cooling water is discharged
from the
cooling water check port after the engine has
started.
l To be ready tools and spare parts for replacing
Tools and
spares
spark plugs. propeller, etc.
0 Check if the spare rope is provided.
Steering
Devices
l Check working of steering handle and remote
Other
P&S
Adjust
the Remote Control.
control.
8 Check if the anode and trim tab are securely
installed.
D Check the anode and trim tab for corrosion and
deformation.
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Repair if
necessary
Replace
(2) Periodic
Inspection
It is important
to inspect and maintain your outboard motor regularly.
At
each interval on the chart below, be sure to perform the indicated servicing.
Maintenance
intervals should be determined
according
to the number of
hours or number of months. whichever comes frst.
Your outboard motor should receive careful, and complete, inspection at 300
hours. This IS the best time for major maintenance
procedures to be carried
t-r-d
Servicing
Item
FWl
System
10
hours
or 1
month
Interval
50
hours
or3
EVWy
,zuFs
^.C
Action
Check and clean.
Ignition
Check for salt
Starting
System
Remarks
Servicing
10
lows
or 1
nontt
Item
Lower
Unit
Prop&r
0
Gear
oil
0
Interval
50
hours
or 3
nonth
0
Every
100
hours
or 6
nonths
Action
0
Bend of blades
damage, wear
0
Change of oil or
replenishment
and
water leak
0
Check for
Wear or damage
c
Water
pump
0
Bolt and Nuts
0
Sliding and
Rotating Parts.
Grease Nipples
Outer
Equipment
Apply and pump in
0
oil level and refill.
Check function of
manual release
0
0
Check for leakage.
damage, position
of clips and filter
conditions.
0
0
Check corrosion
0
Check corrosion
and defomation
0
Anode
For checking
\eplace
npeller
#“Wry 12
lonths
0
0
* Power Trim &
Tilt
Remarks
the items marked with *. consult with the dealer
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lepair or
onsw your
ealer
leplace
W Replacing the propeller
A worn or bent propeller will affect engine performance and may cause
engine trouble
@Pull out the split pin and remove the propeller nut and washer.
@Remove the propeller by pulling it toward you.
@ Apply genuine grease to the proprller shaft, and thrust holder.
@Mount the new propeller.
@Fit the stopper and washer, securely tighten the nut and insert the new
split pin.
A
CAUTION
Before removing the propeller, turn the main switch key to OFF, set
the remote control lever/shift lever to Neutral (NJ. and remove the
spark plug caps from the spark plugs.
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I
WReplacing the spark plug
@ Remove the upper engine cover.
@Remove the spark plug by turning counter-clockwise
with the socket
wrench (2lmm) fitted with the handle Tap lightly on the spark plugs if
they are hard to turn.
Use spark
(CHAMPION
plugs (NGK
L-78C/RL78C
BSHS-lO/BR8HS-IO)
with gap 1.0).
or
recommended
ones
A CAUTION
Do not touch the high tension cords running from the ignition coil to
the spark plugs while the engine is running or it is turned by the
electric starter motor, not even for testing the high tension cords or
the spark plugs.
The high tension cords and the spark plugs generate very high
electric voltage, which can cause a serious electric shock if touched.
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W Washing with fresh water
When the engine has been used in salt water or polluted water, wash the
exterior and flush the coohng passage with fresh water using the flushing
Plug
Screw rhe included flushing plug (hose adapter) into the wash hole on the
gear case. Connect a water hose to the flushing plug and flush out with
water (Be sure to secure the water stra,ner and sub-water strainer on the
gear case beforhand.)
Run the engine at low speed in Neurral to flush out fresh water from the
cooling system and in the process remove salt, mud and other foreign
parricks.
I
To prevent
PaSSage.
rotation
of the propeller,
remove
it before
flushing
the
I
Note:
Run the engine at low speed when flushing the cooling system.
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I
W Charging Gear Oil
@Remove the oil plugs (upper and lower), and drain the gear oil completely.
@Insert the oil tube nozzle into the lower oil plug hole. and squeeze the tube
until the oil flows out of the upper plug hole.
Note:
Use only genuine gear oil or, if not available, an API (American
Petroleum Institute) oil grade of GL5, SAE #SO to #SO.
Required volume: approx. 900 mL
@Install the upper oil plug. Then remove the oil tube nozzle and install the
lower oil plug.
n
Cleaning Talks and the Filters
Fuel filters are provided inside the fuel tank and on the engine.
@Loosen a Fuel Pick-up Elbow and remove it. Then clean the fuel filter.
@Clean the filter on the engine after removing the fuel filter case.
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Cleaning fuel tank
Water or dirt in the fuel tank may cause engine trouble.
Clean the tank at specified times or after long time storage
months).
W Cleaning Engine Oil Line
Oil filter and oil tank. Check the
dust
@Disconnect
all pipes behveen
engine.
@Clean out foreign matter
@ Refit the pipes to the oil tank
011.
@ For air purging. refer to Item
oil tank and/or filter for entrapped
(over
three
water and
the oil tank and oil pump of the outboard
and pumps. and then fill up with new engine
H.
7s
WChecking and Refilling Oil in the PowerTrim &Tilt Unit.
Oil level
Check the oil level of the reservoir tank as shown below while the tank is
kept in a vertical position. Tilt the engine up to check the oil level.
Remove the oil cap by turning counter-clockwise.
then check if the oil level
reaches the bottom line of the cap hole.
Recommeng oil
Use an automatic transmission fluid approved by GM.
Recommended oils are as shown below.
. MOBIL : MOBIL DTE #22, MOBIL ATF 220
0 SHELL : SHELL DEXTRON-II.
SHELL TELLUS OIL #22 K22
. ESSO : FSSO AUTOMATIC
TRANSMISSION
FLUID
As shipped from the factory, NISSEKI ATF DEXTRON oil has been used.
To prevent oil geling, do not mix with another brand. Drain the oil
completely if another oil brand is to be used.
Notes:
POWER
TRIM AND TILT AIR BLEEDING
PROCEDURE
1. Fully turn the manual valve to “OPEN”
direction.
2. Repeat manual tilt up and down over four
times.
3. Fully turn the manual valve to “CLOSE
direction at tilt down position.
4. Tilt-up by the power trim &tilt.
5. Check the oil level of the reservoir tank.
6. In case much air is taken in the oil, it may be
necessary to repeat the above steps spending
several days to completely air bleed.
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(3) Off-season
storage
1. When the motor is out of the water. being transported.
or in
storage. always remove the positive (+) battery cable to prevent
accidental starling of the engine. Accidental starting when the
motor is out of the water will cause water pump failure. overheating
and damage to the engine due to a lack of cooling water.
2. DO NOT disconnect
the electrical harness when operating the
motor. This model will continue to run and can be started with the
electrical harness disconnected.
Remove all spark plug connectors
from the spark plugs when servicing the engine or propeller.
When your outboard motor is in storage. this is a good opportunity
serviced and overhauled by your dealer.
to have it
0 Wash the engine exterior and flush the cooling water system thoroughly
with fresh water. Let the water drain completely.
Wipe off any surface water with an oily rag.
@Drain all fuel from the fuel pipes, fuel pump and carburetor, and clean
these parts.
Keep in mind that if gasoline is kept in the carburetor for a long time, gum
and varnish will be generated. causing the float valve to stick.
@Remove the spark plugs and feed genuine Engine 011 or storage fogging
oil through the spark plug holes.
The oil will be fed into the crank case from the air silencer attached to the
carburetors. Turn the engine over several times while feeding the oil into
it and make sure it is evenly distributed.
@I Apply grease to the propeller shaft.
@ Change the gear oil in the gear case.
@Apply grease to all sliding parts, joints, nuts and bolts
@Use a dry cloth to completely wipe off water and salt from the electrical
components.
@I Remove the fuel connector from the engines
@Stand the engine vertically in a dry place.
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n Battery
@Disconnect
the battery cabk
@Clean
the exterior of the battery with fresh water or compressed air. Wipe
off any chemical deposits, dirt and grease from the battery.
@I Apply grease or vaseline to the battery terminals.
@Charge
the battety completely before storing it for the wink
@Recharge
the battery once a month to prevent it from discharging
and the
electrolyte from deteriorating.
@Store the battery in a dry place.
A
CAUTION
1. Do not allow the battery to discharge, since it can be damaged by
freezing.
2. When storing your outboard for the winter, open up all the water
drain holes in the gear case to permit any remaining water to drain
out. If a speedometer is installed, disconnect the pickup tube and
allow it to drain, then reconnect it after draining. Trapped water may
crack the gear case or water pump case as a result of expansion
when frozen. Check and replenish the gear case with case
specified Gear Oil before storing the motor, to avoid water leakage
into the gear case due to a loose lubricant vent plug or grease fill
pulg. Inspect the gaskets under the lubricant vent and grease
plugs, replace them if necessary, and reinstall the plugs.
W Electric
Starter
Coat the pinion
Motor
gear and shaft of rhe electric starter motor with grease
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(4) Pre-season
check
Have your dealer check the engine before the season starts, or if you prefer,
be sure to check rhe following items yourself:
(V)
Charge Condition
Specific Gravity at 20 “C
Terminal Voltage
1.120
10.5
Fully discharged
1.160
11.1
l/4 charged
1.210
11.7
l/2 charged
1.250
12.0
314 charged
1.280
13.2
Fully charged
@Check the electrolyte level. and measure the voltage and specific gravity
of the battery.
@I Check that the battery is secure and the battery cables installed properly.
@ Clean the engine oil filter.
@Purge air in the vinyl pipe connecting the oil tank to the oil pump.
@Check that the shift and throttle function properly
(Be sure to turn the propeller shaft when checking the shift function or
else the shift linkage may be damaged.)
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(5) Motor submerged
in water
In the event that the engine is accidentally submerged in water. take the
following countermeasures before handing it in for service at your dealer.
@Take it out of the water immediately and wash it with fresh water to
remove all traces of salt and dirt.
@Remove the spark plugs, and drain the engine completely of water.
Turn the flywheel several times, using the starter rope.
@I Drain the fuel line and the carburetor.
@Inject copious amounts of gunuine Engine Oil or storage fogging oil into
the engine through the spark plug holes and the air silencer.
Turn the flywheel several times with the starter rope while injection the oil
to make sure the oil is evenly distributed.
@After the above steps. it might be possible to start the engine. However,
the electrical components and carburetor will soon deteriorate and become
inoperative. Therefore, be sure to have the engine overhauled by your
dealer as soon as possible.
I
Keep gasoline away from naked flames and sparks,
dispose of unwanted fuel in the proper manner.
and always
A CAUTION
1. If it is not possible to have the motor serviced promptly resubmerge
it immediately in fresh water to avoid exposing it to the air, and
arrange to have it overhauled as soon as practicable.
2. If the engine cranks freely and no foreign matter such as weeds,
mud, or sand seems to have penetrated it. try starting it again.
However, if foreign matter has possibly entered the engine, follow
the above procedures and take it to your dealer for servicing.
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A
CAUTION
The following steps must be taken when first using the engine after
pre-season
storage.
1. In addition to the oil in the oil tank, mix engine oil with the fuel in the
following mixing ratio and fill up the fuel tank completely with 25
liters (6.6 U.S. gal.):
Mixing ratio: Gasoline 5O:l Engine oil
Use unleaded gasoline and genuine Outboard Motor Oil. If this oil is
not avaiable. use another NMMA TCW3 certified outboard motor oil
from another manufacturer.
2. Purge any air from the oil filter assembly.
3. Warm up the engine for 3 minutes with the remote control lever in
“NEUTRAL”
position.
4. Run the engine for 5 minutes at the slowest speed.
5. Run the engine for 10 minutes at half speed.
In steps 2 and 3 above, the oil used for winter storage inside the
engine will be cleaned out, and optimum performance
will be
assured.
6. When the full volume, 25 liters (6.6 U.S. gal.), of gasoline mixed
with oil has been used. fill up the tank with pure gasoline only.
Remark: Except EF Type.
(6) Cold weather
precautions
When mooring in cold weather at sub-zero temperatures the water in the
cooling water pump may freeze and severely damage the pump. impeller, and
associated parts. To avoid this, submerge the lower half of the engine into the
water. or tilt the engine and operate the electric starter motor for 5 seconds
with the stop switch lock plate taken away to allow the water to drain
completely.
(7) Checking
after striking
Striking sea bottom or underwater
Immediately
bring the outboard
checks.
under water object
object may severely damage the outboard.
to your dealer and ask for the following
(I)Looseness
or damage of power unit installation
bolts, gear case and
extension case bolts, propeller
shaft housing bolis. upper and lower
mount rubber bolts and nuts. power trim and tilt bolts, and mount rubber
cap bolts.
Ask to tighten loose bolts and nuts. and to replace damaged
(2) Deformation
and damage
and clutch, and propeller.
Ask to replace damaged
of mount rubber.
or deformed
parts
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tilt stopper,
parts.
thrust rod, gears
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TROUBLESHOOTING
If you encounter
problem you are
Do not hesitate
the best way to
a problem with the engine, check the list below and locate the
experiencing.
Then follow the suggested remedies.
to contact your dealer. as professional advice and assistance is
keep the engine in optimum condition.
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TOOL KIT AND SPARE PARTS
Servicing
Toots
Name
root Bag
Sockelwrench (Znlrn)
Remark
Socket Wrench (10 X 13)
Socke, Wrench Handle
Pliers
Screwdriver
(Phllllps-type
and oat head)
wench
(7 x mm)
Emergency
starter
(1.600mm)
Spark Plug
Adapter-type
rope
NGK ESHS-10
(or BR6HS-IO,
Diameter
X length=
3 x 25mm
Sill Pi”
PZtS
Package
with
Engine
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X : Not included
fi Not included
Bracket Fixing Bolls
Bracket Firing Nuts
Washers A. B
Fuel Tank (wlh primer
Flushing Plug
bulb
4
‘I
4 each
1
1
12mm
12mm
A (large), B (small)
Removable
For flushing cooling
water passage
Remote Control Box
Drag Link
Multi-purpose
Meter
Meter Harness
Lead Wire Ior Meter
For 120Az
Remok
Conlrol BOX
Drag L,nk
Tachometer
Trim Meter ~3
Lead Wire for Meters
For 6OC .7OC
EPTO & EPO
as standard accessories
for EPO.
in some markets.
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. 140Az
- 90A
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ACCESSORIES
Consult with your dealer for details of the optional accessories.
Voltmeter
Hour Meter
(engine operation
hourcounler,
/
Drive
Meter
Lamp
cleaner
Switch
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Remok
Conlrol
cable
(7-30
lee,. 19 k,nd lengths)
Propeller
(Ior twin-engine
operation)
Gre?Se
(509. 2509)
Touch-up
-.-.
Gear
Oil
(260
mL. 500 mL)
Engine
Spray
(0.4L
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Oil
, 1 L. 4L. ZOL)
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PROPELLER
TABLE
To ensure optimum performance. the propeller should match the boat type and
its load.
Heavier Load
boat
Lighter Load
boat
PROPELLER
Use a genuine propellers
A propeller must be selected so that the engine rpm measured at wide open
throttle while cruising is within the rcommended range.
5,200
to 5,700
‘pm (120Az. 140Az).
5,000 to 5.500 rpm (90A).
5. I50 to 5.850 rpm (6OC - 70’3
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WIRING DIAGRAM
I Magneto
2 CD. Unit
26
27
28
28
30
31
32
33
34
35
Overheat
buzzer
Neulral switch
MuIll-purpose
mew
Meter cord assembly
Meler lead wire
Speedometer
(option)
Waler pressure
meter (optlo”)
Hour meter (option)
Voltmeter
(option)
Cooling waler temperature
me,er
(OptIon)
36 Fuel meter (oplion)
37 Cooling waler lemperalure
sensor
3 lgnilion coil
4 Rectlher somplele
5 s,arter mob,
5 Slaflersolenoid
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
I8
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Power IrIm 8 ,,I,
Solenoid switch
Solenoid switch
Trim sender
Fuse vnre
Choke solenoid
011 level sen5or
Overheat
sensor
Water pressure
Battery cable
Cord harness A
Cord harness S
Cord harness C
Power trim &tilt
starter cord
Baltey
(Provided
Mm switch
Stop swilch
Power trim & lill
Colourof
A, power
8, power
lr~m & 111,
lrnm & till
swilch
swilch
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
S
on Ihe market)
switch
Cord
B Slack
Br Brown
G Green
L Blue
Lg Light green
Or orange
P Pink
R Red
Sb Sky Blue
W While
Y Yellow
Nole: (I) means
stripe cord colout
89
Meter lamp switch (oplion)
Electric brackel
Ground wire
Tachometer
Warning
lamp, oil level
Trim meter
Extension
cord. trim sender
90A
l
12OAz * 14OA2
1 Magneto
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
2,
22
23
24
25
CD. Unit
Ignition coil
Reclifiercomplete
starter mobr
SLartersolenoid
Power trim & lllt
Solenoid
swilch
Solenoid
switch
Trim sender
Fuse wire
Choke solenoid
Oil level sensor
Overheal
sensor
Waler pressure
Battery cable
Cord harness A
Cord harness 8
Cord harness C
Power trim 8 tilt
Sta,,er cord
Battery (Provided
Main switch
Stop switch
Power lrim & till
Colour
A, power
8. power
28
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
lrim & Lill
trim & Lilt
36
37
switch
switch
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
B
on Ihe market)
swilch
of Cord
B Black
Br Brown
G Green
L Blue
Lg Light green
or orange
P Pink
R Red
Sb Sky Blue
W White
Y Yellow
Note: (I) means
stripe cord mbur
90
Overheat
buzzer
Neulral swirch
MulliLpurpose
meler
Meter cord assembly
Meter lead wire
Speedomeler
(option)
Water pressure
meter (option)
Hour meter (oplion)
Vollmeter
(option)
Cooling wder lemperalure
meler
(option)
Fuel meter (option)
Cooling waterlemperalure
sensor
(oplion)
Meter lamp switch (option)
Electric bracket
Gmund wre
Tachometer
Warnmg
lamp. oil level
Trim meter
Exlension
cord, trim sender
92
6OC 70C EFOIEFTO
91
YP
96
60C 70C
EPO/EPTO
I
I
I
100
90A EF (T) 0
ii
90A EPTO
108
120Az
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TOHATSU
Address:
Cable:
Telex:
FecalmIle:
Phone:
CORPORATION
4-8,3-chome.
Azusawa,
TaHArSU
TOKYO”
272-2051
THTJ
TOKYO
(03) 3888.7885
TOKYO
(03) 3888.3117
kabashiku.
(GM GIII)
TOKYO
174. Japan
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