Sea-doo LRV 5688 Operating instructions

Sea-doo LRV 5688 Operating instructions
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SAFETY WARNING
Disregarding any of the safety precautions and instructions contained in
this Operator’s Guide, the Safety Handbook and on Product Warning
Labels could cause injury, including the possibility of death. The
operator has the responsibility to inform passenger(s) of safety
precautions.
This Operator’s Guide, the Safety Handbook and
remain with the craft at the time of resale.
should
BOMBARDIER
Recreational Products
After-Sales Service
Valcourt (Quebec)
Canada J0E 2L0
The following trademarks are property of
Bombardier Inc.:
SEA-DOO®
BOMBARDIER-ROTAX®
Bombardier Lube®
BOMBARDIER-ROTAX Formula XP-S Synthetic
Injection Oil
BOMBARDIER-ROTAX Injection Oil
Sea-Doo Synthetic Grease
Gelcote† is a trademark of Gelcote International
Knight’s Spray-Nine† is a trademark of Korkay
System Ltd
Printed in Canada (Smo2000-001a.fmPS)
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All rights reserved© Bombardier Inc. 1999
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Doin'it on your new Sea-Doo Watercraft
Congratulations, you are now the proud owner of a Sea-Doo personal watercraft.
Whether you are an experienced boater or are new to the sport of boating, we
ask you to take the time to view the Videocassette provided with the watercraft,
to read this Operator’s Guide, the Safety Handbook and familiarize yourself with
the contents. These Guides contain pertinent information which, if followed, will
provide you with the necessary knowledge to help you fully enjoy the pleasures
of this craft.
We strongly recommend that any watercraft operator complete a safety boating
course. Check with your local Coast Guard or Power and Sail Squadron in your
area for course availability. More serious boaters may want to obtain Chapman
Piloting by Elbert S. Maloney, available at most book stores.
When introducing your family or friends to the sport, be sure they fully understand
the controls and operation of the watercraft and the importance of courteous,
responsible riding.
Each operator has a responsibility to ensure the passenger safety and the safety
of other water users. Please follow all safety instructions and drive with care.
We encourage you to have an Annual Safety Inspection of your watercraft. Please
contact your dealer for further details.
Finally, we urge you to visit your dealer regularly for regular and safety maintenance as well as any craft accessories you may require.
Have fun and... Bon Voyage.
PLEASE KEEP THIS GUIDE AND SAFETY HANDBOOK ON BOARD. THESE
MANUALS SHOULD REMAIN WITH THE CRAFT AT TIME OF RESALE.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
FOREWORD ................................................................................
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SAFETY WARNING .................................................................
General ....................................................................................................
Operation.................................................................................................
Maintenance............................................................................................
LIST OF DISTRIBUTORS .............................................................
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BOMBARDIER LIMITED WARRANTY NORTH AMERICA:
2000 SEA-DOO® WATERCRAFT .................................................. 10
BOMBARDIER INTERNATIONAL LIMITED WARRANTY:
2000 SEA-DOO® WATERCRAFT .................................................. 12
REGISTRATION NUMBER LOCATION ......................................... 14
LOCATION OF THE IMPORTANT LABELS ...................................
IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS .......................................................
Hull ..........................................................................................................
Engine......................................................................................................
CONTROLS AND COMPONENT LOCATION ................................
COMPONENTS FUNCTIONS .......................................................
1) Safety Lanyard ..................................................................................
2) Handlebar..........................................................................................
3) Throttle Lever....................................................................................
4) Shift Lever.........................................................................................
5) Engine Start/Stop Button ..................................................................
6) Choke Lever ......................................................................................
7) Info Center Gauge/Switches .............................................................
8) Speedometer ....................................................................................
9) Fuel Tank Valve .................................................................................
10) Bilge Drain Plugs ...............................................................................
11) Rear Grab Handles ............................................................................
12) Seat Strap .........................................................................................
13) Swim Platform ..................................................................................
14) Seat Latch .........................................................................................
15) Cover Latch .......................................................................................
16) Front Storage Compartment .............................................................
17) Glove Box..........................................................................................
18) Side Storage Compartments.............................................................
19) Underseat Storage Compartments ...................................................
20) Engine Compartment ........................................................................
21) Mooring Cleats..................................................................................
22) Oil Injection Reservoir Cap................................................................
23) Fuel Tank Cap ...................................................................................
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24) Deck Drains.......................................................................................
25) Flushing Connector ...........................................................................
26) Bow and Stern Eyelets .....................................................................
27) Jet Pump Nozzle ...............................................................................
28) Reverse Gate ....................................................................................
29) Scupper Valves .................................................................................
30) Cooling System Bleed Outlet(s)........................................................
31) Jet Pump Water Intake .....................................................................
32) Automatic Bilge Pump ......................................................................
33) Boarding Step ...................................................................................
34) Sun Deck...........................................................................................
35) Tool Kit ..............................................................................................
FUEL AND LUBRICATION ...........................................................
Fueling Procedure ...................................................................................
Recommended Fuel ................................................................................
Recommended Oil ..................................................................................
Oil Injection System ................................................................................
BREAK-IN PERIOD ......................................................................
Engine .....................................................................................................
10-Hour Inspection ..................................................................................
DAILY PRE-OPERATION CHECKS ...............................................
Hull ..........................................................................................................
Jet Pump Water Intake ...........................................................................
Bilge ........................................................................................................
Battery.....................................................................................................
Fuel Tank and Oil Reservoir.....................................................................
Engine Compartment ..............................................................................
Steering System......................................................................................
Throttle System.......................................................................................
Shifter System.........................................................................................
Safety Lanyard and Engine Start/Stop Button .........................................
Storage Compartment Covers.................................................................
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ......................................................
Trailering .................................................................................................
Principle of Operation..............................................................................
Boarding from a Dock..............................................................................
Boarding from the Water ........................................................................
Starting the Engine..................................................................................
Rough Water or Poor Visibility Operation................................................
Crossing Waves ......................................................................................
Stopping/Docking ....................................................................................
Beaching..................................................................................................
Shutting Off the Engine...........................................................................
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POST-OPERATION CARE ............................................................
General Care............................................................................................
Additional Care for Foul Water or Salt Water ..........................................
Cooling System Flushing and Engine Internal Lubrication.......................
Anticorrosion Treatment..........................................................................
SPECIAL PROCEDURES..............................................................
Engine Overheating .................................................................................
Jet Pump Water Intake and Impeller Cleaning ........................................
Capsized Craft .........................................................................................
Submerged Craft .....................................................................................
Towing the Craft in Water .......................................................................
Low-Charge Battery Condition ................................................................
MAINTENANCE ..........................................................................
Lubrication ...............................................................................................
Periodic Inspection ..................................................................................
Periodic Inspection Chart.........................................................................
Throttle and Choke Cable Inspection.......................................................
Carburetor Adjustment ............................................................................
Fuel and Oil Filters...................................................................................
Steering Alignment..................................................................................
Deck Drains .............................................................................................
Vacuum Bailer Pick-Ups...........................................................................
Fuses .......................................................................................................
General Inspection and Cleaning .............................................................
STORAGE AND PRE-SEASON PREPARATION ............................
Storage ....................................................................................................
Pre-Season Preparation ...........................................................................
TROUBLESHOOTING ..................................................................
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SPECIFICATIONS........................................................................ 59
SI METRIC INFORMATION .......................................................... 61
ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS MANUAL ................................. 62
OTHER PUBLICATIONS AVAILABLE ........................................... 63
CHANGE OF ADDRESS............................................................... 65
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FOREWORD
The Operator’s Guide and Safety
Handbook have been prepared to acquaint the owner/operator or passenger with this personal craft and its various controls, maintenance and safe
riding instructions. Each is indispensable for the proper use of the product,
and should be kept in a waterproof bag
with the craft at all times.
For any questions pertaining to the
warranty and its application, consult
the WARRANTY section in this guide,
and/or an authorized SEA-DOO dealer.
This guide uses the following symbols
to emphasize particular information.
 WARNING
Identifies an instruction which, if
not followed, may cause serious
personal injuries including the
possibility of death.
CAUTION: Denotes an instruction
which, if not followed, might damage the craft and/or components.
NOTE: Indicates supplementary information needed to fully complete an instruction.
Although the mere reading of such information does not eliminate the hazard, the understanding and application
of the information will promote its correct use.
The information and components/
system descriptions contained in this
guide are correct at the time of publication. Bombardier Inc. however, maintains a policy of continuous improvement of its products without imposing
upon itself any obligation to install them
on products previously manufactured.
Because of our ongoing commitment
to product quality and innovation, Bombardier Inc. reserves the right at any
time to discontinue or change specifications, designs, features, models or
equipment without incurring obligation.
The illustrations in this document show
the typical construction of the different
assemblies and may not represent the
full detail or exact shape of the parts.
However, they represent parts that
have the same or similar function.
It is understood that this guide may be
translated into another language. In
the event of any discrepancy, the English version shall prevail.
Specifications are given in the SI metric
system with the SAE U.S. equivalent in
parenthesis. Where precise accuracy
is not required, some conversions are
rounded off for easier use.
A Shop Manual can be obtained for
complete service, maintenance and
more repair information.
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 SAFETY WARNING
General
 To fully appreciate the pleasures,
enjoyment and excitement of boating there are some basic rules that
should be observed and followed by
any boater. Some rules may be new
to you or covered in the PWC/Sport
boat Safety Handbook or Safety Video, others may be common sense
or obvious… irrespective, we ask
that you please take a few minutes
of your time to read these safety instructions completely before you
operate your craft. Failure to follow this safety information and
safe boating rules could result in
injury, including the possibility of
death to you, your passenger(s),
or other water users.
 Information in this guide is limited.
It is strongly recommended that
you obtain further boating information from the local Coast Guard or
Power Squadron. We also recommend all operators to take a boating
safety course. Please check local
and federal boating laws applicable
to the waterways where you intend
to use the craft. Learn the local rules
of the road. Always carry the regulatory required safety items on
board.
 The performance of this craft may
significantly exceed that of other
boats you have operated. Therefore, use of this craft by a novice or
inexperienced operator, or an underage or disabled person, is not
recommended.
 Observe and follow all on-product
warning labels.
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 Become completely familiar with
the controls and operation of the
craft before embarking on your first
trip or taking on a passenger(s). If
you have not had the opportunity to
do so with your dealer, practice driving solo in a suitable area and feel
the response of each control. Be fully familiar with all controls before
advancing the throttle above idle
speed. As its operator, you control
and are responsible for the craft’s
safe operation.
Operation
 Always perform the pre-operation
checks as specified in this guide.
 Always keep in mind that as the
throttle lever is released to idle position, less directional control is available. To turn the craft, both steering and throttle are necessary.
This craft has the capability of turning more sharply than other boats,
however, unless in an emergency,
do not negotiate sharp, high speed
turns. You and your passenger(s)
could be thrown from the craft. It
should also be remembered that
sun, wind, alcohol or drugs, may impair your judgment and reaction
time.
 While your craft has the capacity of
operating at high speeds, it is strongly recommended that high speed operation only be applied when ideal
conditions exist and are permitted.
Higher speed operation requires a
higher degree of skill and increases
the risk of severe injuries.
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 The forces generated on the body of
riders while turning, negotiating
waves or wakes, operating in choppy waters, or falling off the watercraft, especially at higher speeds,
may cause injury including the possibility of broken legs and other
bones. Remain flexible and avoid
sharp turns. Never place your feet
and legs in the water to aid turning.
 Always keep a constant lookout
for other water users especially
when turning. Make sure to keep a
safe distance from all other craft.
 This craft has no brake. Stopping
distance will vary depending on initial speed, load, wind, and water
conditions. Practice stopping and
docking in a safe, traffic free area to
have an idea of how long it will take
to stop the craft under varying conditions. Maintaining or increasing
speed may be necessary to avoid
a collision. Do not use the craft’s
reverse, if so equipped, to stop.
 Ensure that all passengers know
how to swim and how to reboard
the craft from the water. The operator and passenger(s) should be
properly seated and wearing an approved PFD before starting or moving the craft. Do not start or operate
the craft if a person(s) is seated on
the sun deck or swim platform, or
are nearby in the water. The craft’s
jet thrust can cause injury. Always
accelerate slowly. To prevent accidental starting, always detach the
safety lanyard from the craft when
swimmers are boarding or nearby,
or during removal of any weeds or
debris from the intake grate.
 Riding with a passenger(s) or pulling
other boats, tubes, skies or wakeboards makes the craft handle differently and requires greater skill. Do
not overload the craft or take on
more passengers than designated
for the particular craft. Overloading
can affect maneuverability, stability
and performance. Avoid adding on
accessories, or equipment which
may alter your control of the craft.
The craft may be fitted with tow eyelets which can be used to attach a ski
rope. However, do not use these
eyelets or the craft’s cleats to tow a
parasail. Severe craft damage may
occur.
 Always respect the safety and comfort of your passenger(s) and persons being towed on skis, wakeboards or other water products. The
best advice is to carry an observer,
proceed with only as much speed
as required, and follow the observers instructions. Unless absolutely
necessary, do not make tight, sharp
turns.
 Know the waters in which the craft
is to be operated. Current, tides,
rapids, hidden obstacles, wakes
and waves etc., can affect safe operation. It is not advisable to operate
the craft in rough or inclement
weather.
 Wake or wave jumping or riding the
surf line can cause severe injury and
damage the craft. Never attempt to
splash others with your craft. You
may misjudge the ability of the craft
or your own riding skills and strike a
boat or person.
 In shallow water, proceed with caution and at very low speeds.
Grounding or abrupt stops may result in injury. Debris may also be
picked up and be thrown rearward
by the jet pump onto people or property.
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 Respect no wake zones, the rights
of other water users and the environment. As the “skipper” and
owner of a craft you are responsible
for damage to other boats caused
by the wake of your craft. Allow no
one to throw refuse overboard.
 Remember, gasoline fumes are inflammable and explosive. Always
adhere to the fueling procedure
contained in this Guide and those
given to you by the marina. Always
verify fuel level before use and during the ride. Apply the principle of
1/3 fuel to destination, 1/3 back and
1/3 reserve fuel supply. Do not carry
spare fuel or inflammable liquids in
any of the storage or engine compartments.
 Combustion engine needs air to operate; consequently this craft can
not be totally watertight. Any manouvers such as figure eights etc.,
that cause the upper deck to be under water may cause severe engine
problems due to water ingestion.
Refer to “Special Procedures“ and
Limited Warranty contained in this
guide.
 Due to the close proximity of other
racers. It is recommended that an
approved personal watercraft helmet be used during racing events.
Read and follow all instructions and
warnings provided with the helmet.
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Maintenance
 Only perform servicing procedures
which are detailed in this guide. Further assistance or information can
be obtained from your dealer. In
many instances proper tools and
training is required for certain servicing or repair procedures.
 Maintain the craft and equipment in
top condition at all times. Adhere to
the prescribed maintenance schedules. An annual inspection of the
craft is always a good recommendation that should be followed.
 Always use spark plug cable
grounding device when removing
spark plugs.
 The bilge must be kept clean of oil,
water or other foreign materials.
 Do not attempt to lift the craft without special equipment and training.
 The engine and the corresponding
components identified in this guide
should not be utilized on product(s)
other than for those they were designed. Maintenance procedures
and specified tightening torque
must be strictly adhered to. Never
attempt repairs unless the appropriate tools are available. These watercraft are designed with parts dimensioned in both the metric and the
imperial systems. When replacing
fasteners, make sure to use only
those recommended by Bombardier. If required, contact your dealer
for further servicing information.
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LIST OF DISTRIBUTORS
NORTH AMERICA
USA
(EXCEPT PUERTO RICO)
BOMBARDIER MOTOR CORPORATION
OF AMERICA
7575 BOMBARDIER COURT
P.O. BOX 8035
WAUSAU, WI
54402-8035
Phone: (715) 842-8886
FAX: (715) 848-3455
http://www.bombardier.com
CANADA
Alberta
British Columbia
Manitoba
North West Territories
Ontario
Quebec
Saskatchewan
Yukon
New-Brunswick
Nova Scotia
Prince Edward Island
BOMBARDIER
RECREATIONAL PRODUCTS
726, ST-JOSEPH ST.
VALCOURT, QC
J0E 2L0
Phone: (450) 532-2211
FAX: (450) 532-5077
http://www.bombardier.com
Newfoundland
CHARLES R. BELL
P.O. BOX 1050
RIVERSIDE DRIVE
CORNER BROOK, NFLD
A2H 6J3
Phone: (709) 634-3533
FAX: (709) 634-2444
If your SEA-DOO craft requires warranty service, you should take it to any authorized SEA-DOO dealer. Be sure to bring your warranty registration card or other
valid proof of the original date of purchase. If a question or problem arises regarding warranty, first contact the service manager or owner of the SEA-DOO dealership.
To find the nearest authorized Sea-Doo dealer, dial: 1-800-882-2900.
NOTE: If outside North America, consult the local distributor.
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BOMBARDIER LIMITED WARRANTY NORTH
AMERICA: 2000 SEA-DOO® WATERCRAFT
1. WARRANTY COVERAGE PERIOD
In Canada, BOMBARDIER INC.(“Bombardier”), and in the USA, Bombardier on
behalf of BOMBARDIER MOTOR CORPORATION OF AMERICA, warrants FROM
THE DATE OF DELIVERY TO THE FIRST CONSUMER that each 2000 SEA-DOO
watercraft sold, as NEW and UNUSED and PREDELIVERED by an authorized
North American SEA-DOO watercraft dealer, will be free from any defects in material and/or workmanship for a PERIOD of:
TWELVE (12) CONSECUTIVE MONTHS, for private use owners, or
FOUR (4) CONSECUTIVE MONTHS for commercial use owners.
All genuine Bombardier accessories, installed by an authorized SEA-DOO dealer
at the time of delivery of the new and unused SEA-DOO, carry the same Warranty
Coverage Period as for the SEA-DOO watercraft.
2. WHAT BOMBARDIER WILL DO
BOMBARDIER will repair or replace, at its option, all genuine BOMBARDIER part
found defective in material and/or workmanship, under normal use, maintenance
and service, with a genuine BOMBARDIER part without charge for parts and labor,
at any authorized SEA-DOO dealer during the Warranty Coverage Period.
3. CONDITION TO HAVE WARRANTY WORK VALIDATED
The customer must notify an authorized SEA-DOO watercraft dealer within two
(2) days of the appearance of the defect in material and/or workmanship and
present to the servicing authorized SEA-DOO dealer the SEA-DOO Warranty Registration Card or a proof of purchase of the NEW and UNUSED 2000 SEA-DOO
watercraft and must sign the repair/work order prior to the start of the repair in
order to validate a warranty repair. All parts replaced under this limited warranty
become the property of BOMBARDIER.
4. EXCLUSIONS - ARE NOT WARRANTED
• Normal wear and tear items;
• Labor, parts and lubricant costs of all maintenance services;
• Damage caused by failure to provide proper maintenance and/or storage, as
described in the “2000 SEA-DOO watercraft Operator's Guide”;
• Damage resulting from improper repairs, modifications or use of non-approved
parts or, repairs done by a non-authorized SEA-DOO dealer;
• Damage resulting from abuse, misuse, neglect, racing;
• Damage resulting from accident, fire, theft, vandalism or any act of God;
• Incidental or consequential damages, or damages of any kind as but not limited
to towing charges, telephone calls or taxi;
• Water damages caused by water ingestion;
• Damage related to gel coat finish including but not limited to cosmetic gel coat
finish, blisters or fiberglass delamination caused by blisters, crazing, spyder or
hairline cracks; and
• Damages resulting from improper service or maintenance.
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5. LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY
This warranty gives you specific rights, and you may also have other legal rights
which may vary from state to state, or province to province. WHERE APPLICABLE,
THIS WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY GIVEN AND ACCEPTED IN LIEU OF ANY
AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING
WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Neither the distributor, any authorized SEA-DOO dealer nor any other person has
been authorized to make any affirmation, representation or warranty other than
those contained in this warranty, and if made, such affirmation, representation or
warranty shall not be enforceable against BOMBARDIER or any other person.
In no event shall BOMBARDIER be liable for special, consequential or incidental
damages, including but not limited to loss of use and transportation costs. Some
states or provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the
above limitation or exclusion may not apply.
BOMBARDIER reserves the right to modify this warranty at any time, being understood that such modification will not alter the warranty conditions applicable to
the SEA-DOO watercraft sold while this warranty is in effect.
6. TRANSFER
If the customer sells the watercraft guaranteed under the present, he shall assign
and transfer this warranty, which shall be valid for the rest of the relevant PERIOD
as defined in section 1 hereinabove, to the new customer.
7. CONSUMER ASSISTANCE
a) In the event of a controversy or a dispute arising in connection with this BOMBARDIER LIMITED WARRANTY, BOMBARDIER suggests that you try to resolve the issue at the dealership level. We recommend discussing the issue
with the authorized dealer's service manager or owner.
b) If further assistance is required, the DISTRIBUTOR's service department should
be contacted in order to resolve the matter. In the USA, SEA-DOO products are
distributed by B.M.C.A.
c) If the issue has still not been resolved, please submit in writing your complaint
to:
In Canada:
In USA:
BOMBARDIER INC.
RECREATIONAL PRODUCTS
SEA-DOO
CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE CENTER
VALCOURT QC J0E 2L0
Tel: (450) 532-5000
BOMBARDIER MOTOR
CORPORATION OF AMERICA
RECREATIONAL PRODUCTS
SEA-DOO
CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE CENTER
P.O. BOX 8035
7575 BOMBARDIER COURT
WAUSAU WI 54402-8035
Tel: (715) 848-4957
MARCH 1999
® Registered trademark of Bombardier Inc. and/or subsidiaries.
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BOMBARDIER INTERNATIONAL LIMITED
WARRANTY: 2000 SEA-DOO® WATERCRAFT
1. WARRANTY COVERAGE PERIOD
BOMBARDIER INC. (“Bombardier”), as manufacturer, warrants FROM THE DATE
OF DELIVERY TO THE FIRST CONSUMER that each 2000 SEA-DOO watercraft
sold anywhere in the world except the United States and Canada, as NEW and
UNUSED and PREDELIVERED by an authorized SEA-DOO watercraft dealer, duly
appointed by an authorized SEA-DOO International Distributor, will be free from
any defects in material and/or workmanship for a PERIOD of:
TWELVE (12) CONSECUTIVE MONTHS, for private use owners, or
FOUR (4) CONSECUTIVE MONTHS for commercial use owners.
All genuine Bombardier accessories, installed by an authorized SEA-DOO dealer
at the time of delivery of the new and unused SEA-DOO watercraft, carry the same
Warranty Coverage Period as for the SEA-DOO watercraft.
2. WHAT BOMBARDIER WILL DO
BOMBARDIER through the local SEA-DOO International Distributor will, during
the Warranty Coverage Period, repair or replace, at its option, all genuine BOMBARDIER part found defective in material and/or workmanship, under normal use,
maintenance and service, with a genuine BOMBARDIER part without charge for
parts and labor, at any local authorized SEA-DOO dealer.
3. CONDITION TO HAVE WARRANTY WORK VALIDATED
The customer must notify a local authorized SEA-DOO dealer within two (2) days
of the appearance of the defect in material and/or workmanship and present to
the servicing authorized SEA-DOO watercraft dealer the SEA-DOO Warranty Registration Card or a proof of purchase of the NEW and UNUSED 2000 SEA-DOO
watercraft and must sign the repair/work order prior to the start of the repair in
order to validate a warranty repair. All parts replaced under this limited warranty
become the property of BOMBARDIER.
4. EXCLUSIONS - ARE NOT WARRANTED
• Normal wear and tear items;
• Labor, parts and lubricant costs of all maintenance services;
• Damage caused by failure to provide proper maintenance and/or storage, as
described in the “2000 SEA-DOO watercraft Operator's Guide”;
• Damage resulting from improper repairs, modifications or use of non-approved
parts or, repairs done by a non-authorized SEA-DOO dealer;
• Damage resulting from abuse, misuse, neglect, racing;
• Damage resulting from accident, fire, theft, vandalism or any act of God;
• Incidental or consequential damages, or damages of any kind as but not limited
to towing charges, telephone calls or taxi;
• Water damages caused by water ingestion;
• Damage related to gel coat finish including but not limited to cosmetic gel coat
finish, blisters or fiberglass delamination caused by blisters, crazing, spyder or
hairline cracks; and
• Damages resulting from improper service or maintenance.
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5. LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY
This warranty gives you specific rights, and you may also have other legal rights
resulting from the application of mandatory national laws which may vary from
country to country. WHERE APPLICABLE, THIS WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY
GIVEN AND ACCEPTED IN LIEU OF ANY AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES,
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
In no event shall BOMBARDIER be liable for special, consequential or incidental
damages, including but not limited to loss of use and transportation costs. Some
country do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation
or exclusion may not apply.
Neither the SEA-DOO International Distributor, the selling local SEA-DOO dealer
nor any other person has been authorized to make any affirmation, representation
or warranty other than those contained in this warranty, and if made, such affirmation, representation or warranty shall not be enforceable against BOMBARDIER
or any other person.
Every SEA-DOO watercraft is sold with the English version of this warranty. A
specific SEA-DOO International Distributor may elect to translate this warranty into
local language, it is then understood and agreed that in the event of any discrepancy among the two versions, the English version shall prevail.
It is the customer's responsibility to ensure that the SEA-DOO watercraft complies
with all boating regulations and standards of any country, other than the original
country of sale, where the SEA-DOO watercraft is intended to be used.
BOMBARDIER reserves the right to modify this warranty at any time, being understood that such modification will not alter the warranty conditions applicable to
the SEA-DOO watercraft sold while this warranty is in effect.
6. TRANSFER
If the customer sells the watercraft guaranteed under the present, he shall assign
and transfer this warranty, which shall be valid for the rest of the relevant PERIOD
as defined in section 1 hereinabove, to the new customer.
7. CONSUMER ASSISTANCE
a) In the event of a controversy or a dispute arising in connection with this BOMBARDIER INTERNATIONAL LIMITED WARRANTY, BOMBARDIER suggests
that you try to resolve the issue at the dealership level. We recommend discussing the issue with the authorized dealer's service manager or owner.
b) If further assistance is required, the authorized local SEA-DOO INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBUTOR's service department should be contacted in order to resolve
the matter.
c) If the issue has still not been resolved, please submit in writing your complaint to:
BOMBARDIER RECREATIONAL PRODUCTS
SEA-DOO
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT
VALCOURT QUEBEC J0E 2L0
CANADA
MARCH 1999
® Registered trademark of Bombardier Inc. and/or subsidiaries
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REGISTRATION NUMBER LOCATION
All personal craft are required by federal law to be registered and legally numbered.
Due to space availability for proper display of registration number, refer to following illustration for location. The registration number should appear on each side
of the craft.
F11L01L
1
1. Registration number location
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LOCATION OF THE IMPORTANT LABELS
Please read the following labels carefully before operating this craft.
1
2
4
F11L03L
3
8
5
9
9 7
6
TYPICAL
Label 1
F11L04L
TYPICAL
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Label 2
Label 6
F01L830
Label 3
F06L0DZ
TYPICAL
Label 7
F02L2D0
Label 4
F07L11Z
Label 8
F01L6V0
Label 5
• WARNING
DO NOT BOOST BATTERY
WHILE INSTALLED.
F00L0J0
F00L050
Label 9
DO NOT STORE FUEL OR FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS IN THE
STORAGE COMPARTMENTS.
F11L0CA
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IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS
The main components of the craft (engine and hull) are identified by different
serial numbers. It may sometimes become necessary to locate these numbers for warranty purposes or to trace
the craft in the event of theft.
Engine
The Engine Identification Number
(E.I.N.) is located on the upper crankcase on MAGNETO side.
Hull
The Hull Identification Number (H.I.N.)
is located on floorboard at the rear of
craft.
F06D15Y
1
1. Engine Identification Number
F11L05Y
1
TYPICAL
1. Hull Identification Number
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CONTROLS AND COMPONENT LOCATION
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4
2
14
34
30
1
13
24
26
11
19 20
33 28 27
29 10
18 31 32
12
19
9
7
8
15
18 35
22
16
5
21
3
6
17
F11L06L
TYPICAL
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
Safety Lanyard
Handlebar
Throttle Lever
Shift Lever
Engine Start/Stop Button
Choke Lever
Info Center Gauge/Switches
Speedometer
Fuel Tank Valve
Bilge Drain Plugs
Rear Grab Handles
Seat Strap
Swim Platform
Seat Latch
Cover Latch
Front Storage Compartment
Glove Box
Side Storage Compartments
19. Underseat Storage
Compartments
20. Engine Compartment
21. Mooring Cleats
22. Oil Injection Reservoir Cap
23. Fuel Tank Cap
24. Deck Drains
25. Flushing Connector
26. Bow and Stern Eyelets
27. Jet Pump Nozzle
28. Reverse Gate
29. Scupper Valves
30. Cooling System Bleed Outlet(s)
31. Jet Pump Water Intake
32. Automatic Bilge Pump
33. Boarding Step
34. Sun Deck
35. Tool Kit
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COMPONENTS FUNCTIONS
1) Safety Lanyard
The safety lanyard cap should be securely snapped onto its switch to be
fully operational.
Pulling the safety lanyard cap from the
switch stops the engine operation. Attach the safety lanyard to the operator's Personal Flotation Device (PFD)
and snap the cap to the switch to be
able to start the engine.
 WARNING
Should the safety lanyard cap become loose or fails to remain on
its switch, replace it immediately.
Digitally Encoded Security System
(DESS)
The safety lanyard cap specifically contains an electronic circuit that gives it
a unique electronic serial number.
This safety lanyard cannot be used on
another craft and conversely, the one
from another craft cannot be used on
your craft.
However, the DESS brings a great flexibility. You can buy additional safety
lanyard and have it programmed for
your craft. To have additional safety
lanyard programmed, refer to an authorized Sea-Doo dealer.
 WARNING
Do not lubricate the safety lanyard
post.
F00L07Y
1
2
TYPICAL
1. Safety lanyard cap on the switch
2. Safety lanyard secured on operator’s PFD
 WARNING
Should the engine be stopped,
craft directional control is not available. Always disconnect safety lanyard when leaving craft.
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If the engine is stopped with the start/
stop button while the safety lanyard remains on the switch, it can be restarted within approximately 10 minutes by
pressing the start/stop button. After
this delay, it is necessary to apply
slight pressure of the safety lanyard on
the switch. Two short beeps should
sound indicating the system is ready
again to allow engine starting.
 WARNING
While engine can be stopped using
the start/stop button, good habits
recommend that the safety lanyard
also be disconnected when stopping
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Monitoring System
To assist you when using the craft, a
system monitors some component of
the craft and sends audible signals
through a beeper to inform you of a
particular condition. The following
chart gives the coded signals related
to the safety lanyard only. For other
possible codes, refer to the TROUBLESHOOTING section.
3) Throttle Lever
2) Handlebar
Do not depress lever unnecessarily. A
fuel accelerator pump delivers fuel to
the engine each time throttle lever is
applied.
CAUTION: Engine can be flooded if
throttle lever is applied several
times. If engine is flooded, it will not
start.
The handlebar controls the direction of
the craft. Turning the handlebar to the
right steers the craft to the right and
inversely.
 WARNING
Check handlebar and corresponding steering nozzle operation before starting.
ADJUSTMENT
The handlebar height can be adjusted
to suit rider preferences.
To perform this adjustment, turn the
knob underneath the handlebar.
When pushed, craft accelerates. When
fully released, engine automatically returns to idle speed and craft is gradually
stopped by water drag.
 WARNING
Check throttle lever operation before starting the engine.
4) Shift Lever
A 3-position lever:
– forward
– neutral
– reverse
 WARNING
Shift lever should only be used
when the engine is idling and craft
is completely stopped.
 WARNING
Only use reverse at slow speed
and for the shortest time possible.
Always ensure the path behind is
clear of obstacles, swimmers and
children playing in shallow water.
F07L0WY
TYPICAL
1. Adjustment knob
1
CAUTION: Never rev the engine at
high RPM in reverse.
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5) Engine Start/Stop
Button
To start engine, depress and hold the
button. Release immediately after engine is started.
To stop engine, fully release throttle lever then depress the button and disconnect safety lanyard from the switch.
 WARNING
Directional control is not available when engine is stopped.
1
START
STOP
F01L63Y
1. Engine start/stop button
With the Digitally Encoded Security
System, leaving the safety lanyard for
more than 10 minutes after stopping
the engine will require a slight pressure or the removal and reinstallation
of the safety lanyard on the switch to
allow engine starting.
6) Choke Lever
The choke is provided to supply a richer fuel/air mixture when starting a cold
engine. When the lever is completely
pulled, the choke is fully applied. The
use of the choke is not recommended
with a warm engine.
Choke lever should be pulled and held
to operate. Lever will automatically return to its normal position when released.
7) Info Center Gauge/
Switches
This is a LCD multifunction gauge.
The MODE button is used to change
display functions.
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The SET button is used to set or reset
a function.
It features the following functions:
– clock/compass
– tachometer
– speedometer
– peak speed
– average speed
– trip meter
– engine hourmeter
– water temperature
– exterior temperature
– chronometer
– fuel level
– low fuel
– low oil
– low voltage
– overheating
– maintenance information
Multifunction Gauge Operation
Display Priorities
The clock/compass function is the basic mode of the Info Center gauge.
Use the compass as a guide only.
Not to be used for navigation purposes.
The chronometer, tachometer and
speedometer are the only other
modes that may be chosen to replace
the clock/compass mode.
If another mode is chosen, the clock/
compass mode will be displayed again
after 4 seconds.
The Info Center also features a red
warning LED which blinks whenever
one of the following circumstances occur: engine overheating, low fuel, low
oil and low voltage.
For example, if the fuel level is low, the
LED and the message LOW FUEL will
blink.
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As a self test, all LCD segments and
the LED will turn on for 3 seconds each
time the craft is started.
In the event of a warning message
such as low fuel, hi-temp, etc., the
message will blink and override all other display functions.
If more than one warning message occurs, the messages will blink and reappear every 4 seconds.
Scrolling Functions
Press the MODE button until the desired function is displayed on the Info
Center gauge.
Reset a Function
To reset a function such as the chronometer, peak speed, distance, etc.,
press and hold the SET button for 2
seconds while in the appropriate mode.
Language Option
While in the clock/compass mode,
press and hold the SET button for at
least 2 seconds. Language option will
be displayed.
Press the MODE button to scroll language (English, French and Spanish).
Press the SET button to confirm the
desired language and return to the
clock/compass mode.
English/Metric Option
Press and hold both MODE and SET
buttons for at least 2 seconds. The
system will be automatically changed.
Chronometer
While in the chronometer mode, press
the SET button to start and stop the
chronometer.
Press the SET button for 2 seconds to
reset the chronometer.
Clock Adjustment
While in the clock/compass mode,
press and hold the MODE and SET
buttons for 2 seconds.
Press the MODE button to adjust the
hours and the SET button to adjust the
minutes.
Press again on the MODE and SET
buttons to return to the normal mode
(or it will return to the normal mode after 10 seconds).
Maintenance Information
When the craft is due for a maintenance
inspection, the message MAINT will
blink.
To clear the warning message, press
the SET button for 2 seconds during
the message blinking.
8) Speedometer
Analog speedometer indicates the
speed of craft in miles per hour (MPH)
and kilometers per hour (km/h).
NOTE: Info center gauge also indicates craft speed.
The speed sensor mounted on the ride
plate sends the signal to the speedometer and info center.
9) Fuel Tank Valve
A 3-position rotating valve: OFF, ON
and RESERVE:
OFF: Stop fuel supply to carburetor(s).
CAUTION: Turn valve to OFF position when craft is not operated.
ON: Allows fuel to flow to carburetor(s). This is the normal position
for operation of craft.
CAUTION: Improper opening of fuel
valve may restrict flow of fuel and
may lead to engine damage. Make
sure valve is fully opened while running.
RES: Use when the craft has run out of
fuel in the ON position.
Always refill the fuel tank at the first
opportunity. After refueling, turn the
fuel valve to the ON position to continue operation.
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10) Bilge Drain Plugs
Should water be found in the bilge, it
can be easily drained by unscrewing
the drain plugs.
 WARNING
Make sure drain plugs are properly secured prior launching the
craft in water.
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F11L09Y
1
TYPICAL
1. Seat latch
2
F02L2FY
1. Unscrew
2. Tighten
Tilt the craft slightly to the rear so that
the water can completely flow out of
the bilge.
To remove seat, it is necessary to remove the rear portion of the seat first
pull the latch lever upward and hold.
Lift and pull the seat rearward.
Repeat same procedure to remove the
front portion of the seat.
When reinstalling the seat, insert seat
front tab into body hook for each portion of the seat.
11) Rear Grab Handles
Provide a handhold for boarding when
needed and a handhold for the passenger.
CAUTION: Never use the grab handle to tow anything or to lift the craft.
12) Seat Strap
The seat strap provides a handhold to
assist boarding and is used as a handhold for the passenger.
13) Swim Platform
Provides a large anti-skid surface for
easy boarding from rear of craft.
F01L92Y
Pull latch lever to insert it over the rear
lock pin. Release latch lever then firmly
push on rear of the seat to relatch.
14) Seat Latch
Removing the seat allows access to
the engine compartment and to oil
tank cap/dipstick.
The seat latch is located at the rear end
and underneath the seat.
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1 2
TYPICAL
1. Insert this tab in hook
2. Hook
 WARNING
Periodically verify the seat lock
pin and tighten if needed. Make
sure seat is securely latched.
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15) Cover Latch
Pull the latch lever upward in order to
open the storage compartment cover.
Always relatch.
NOTE: Verify periodically the lock pin
tightness of storage cover. Tighten if
needed and make sure storage cover
latches properly.
1
2
16) Front Storage
Compartment
A convenient watertight compartment
to carry personal articles. Ideal location
for spare spark plugs, towrope, first aid
kit, etc.
 WARNING
Never leave any heavy or breakable objects in the storage compartment. Never operate the craft
with the storage compartment
cover open.
F11L0AY
1. Front storage compartment cover
2. Extinguisher holder
17) Glove Box
Front storage compartment is provided with a holder to store an approved
fire extinguisher and Operator‘s
Guide. Fire extinguisher (sold separately) should not be loose in the storage compartment.
A small, convenient watertight storage
compartment for keys, wallet, maps,
etc.
18) Side Storage
Compartments
Two convenient watertight compartments to carry personal articles. Ideal
location for water skis or wakeboards.
Left side storage compartment is also
provided with a holder. Tool kit is inserted in that holder.
 WARNING
Never operate the craft with the
storage compartment cover open.
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19) Underseat Storage
Compartments
22) Oil Injection Reservoir
Cap
Convenient watertight, removable
baskets to carry personal articles. Remove seat to gain access to underseat
storage compartments.
20) Engine Compartment
This is where the mechanical, electrical and fuel/oil systems are located.
 WARNING
When starting or operating the
engine, do not touch any electrical part. Never leave any object,
rag, tool, etc., in the engine compartment or in the bilge.
21) Mooring Cleats
When mooring to a dock, it is recommended to secure with both front and
rear cleats. The use of dock lines with
sealed air fenders is recommended to
protect your craft.
CAUTION: Never use mooring cleats
to pull or lift the craft.
F11L0BY
TYPICAL — OIL CAP
Open the front storage compartment
cover to expose oil cap.
The oil cap is located on the right hand
side of the craft.
To add injection oil in the tank, unscrew the cap counterclockwise. Add
oil to level mark. Do not overfill. Reinstall cap and fully tighten.
23) Fuel Tank Cap
Unscrew the cap counterclockwise.
After fueling reinstall cap and fully
tighten.
 WARNING
Never use a lit match or open
flame to check fuel level.
24) Deck Drains
F00L0DY
1. Mooring cleats
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1
They provide drainage of water from
rain, deck washing, water splashing,
etc. Keep clean to avoid clogging.
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25) Flushing Connector
27) Jet Pump Nozzle
To flush engine. Refer to POSTOPERATION CARE section for
proper use.
Jet pump nozzle turns side to side via
rider input at the handlebar. This provides directional control when engine
is running.
26) Bow and Stern Eyelets
 WARNING
Bow Eyelet
Eyelets can be used for mooring, towing and as a tie-down point during
transportation.
Never use nozzle as a supporting
point to board the craft or to lift it.
28) Reverse Gate
When selecting the neutral or reverse
position with the shift lever, the reverse gate moves up or down to obtain
the desired position.
 WARNING
1
Never use gate as a supporting
point to board the craft. Do not reverse while at speed.
29) Scupper Valves
F00L0EY
This is where water from deck drains
out. Keep clean to avoid clogging.
TYPICAL
1. Bow eyelet
This eyelet allows a rope with a hook,
a closes end or an open end to be attached.
30) Cooling System Bleed
Outlet(s)
Stern Eyelet
1
F01L9DZ
1
1. Bleed outlet
F01L9DY
TYPICAL
1. Stern eyelet
When engine is running, water should
flow from the outlet. This allows air in
engine cooling system to escape. It
also indicates that water is circulating
in the cooling system.
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NOTE: It may be required to increase
slightly the engine RPM to see the water flowing out.
CAUTION: Should water not flow
from outlet a few seconds after engine starts, immediately stop engine and refer to POST-OPERATION
CARE and look for cooling system
flushing or refer to an authorized
Sea-Doo dealer for servicing.
31) Jet Pump Water Intake
The water is drawn up by the impeller
through this opening. Grate minimizes
the entry of foreign objects into the
propulsion system.
F01J3ZY
33) Boarding Step
A convenient step to help reboarding
the craft.
 WARNING
Engine should be OFF when using boarding step. Keep limbs
away from jet or intake grate.
Stay on center of the step. Only
one person at the time on the
step. Never use the step for pulling, towing, diving or jumping,
boarding a PWC that is out of water or any other purpose other
than a boarding step.
F07L1HY
1
1
TYPICAL
1. Boarding step
TYPICAL
1. Water intake
32) Automatic Bilge Pump
34) Sun Deck
Bilge pump evacuates water from the
bilge.
When safety lanyard cap is plugged to
the switch bilge pump automatically
turns on. It will stay on for 30 seconds.
When engine is started bilge pump remains on and stays on until engine is
stopped.
When engine is stopped pump remains on for 30 seconds and then automatically shuts-off.
A convenient space to rest or take
some sun while anchored.
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 WARNING
Do not start or operate the craft if
a person(s) is seated on the sun
deck or swim platform.
35) Tool Kit
Contains tools needed to perform basic craft maintenance.
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FUEL AND LUBRICATION
Fueling Procedure
Recommended Fuel
 WARNING
Follow these safe boating fueling
instructions explicitly.
Do not allow anyone to remain on the
craft.
Tie craft securely to the fueling pier.
Have a fire extinguisher close at hand.
Do not insert the spout too far in filler
neck.
Pour fuel slowly so that air can escape
from the tank and prevent fuel flowback.
Fill fuel tank to bottom of filler neck.
Do not overfill. Fully tighten fuel tank
cap.
 WARNING
The tank design makes provision
for fuel expansion of about 5%. If
this area is filled, fuel will expand
and may come out through fuel
vent. Always stop the engine before refueling. Fuel is inflammable and explosive under certain
conditions. Always work in a well
ventilated area. Do not smoke or
allow open flames or sparks in
the vicinity. Never top off the fuel
tank and leave craft in the sun. As
temperature increases, fuel expands and might overflow. Always wipe off any fuel spillage
from the craft.
Use regular unleaded gasoline with 87
octane (Ron + Mon)/2 specification.
NOTE: Do not mix oil with fuel except
at engine break-in. Refer to BREAK-IN
PERIOD. Always check injection oil
tank level when refueling.
CAUTION: Never experiment with
other fuels or fuel ratios. Never use
fuel containing more than 10% alcohol, (ethanol or methanol). The use
of non-recommended fuel can result
in craft performance deterioration
and damage to critical parts in the
fuel system and engine components.
Recommended Oil
We recommend the use of
B O M B A R D I E R -ROTAX® Formula
XP-S synthetic injection oil available at
authorized Sea-Doo dealers.
This fully synthetic oil provides outstanding lubrication and cleanliness,
less friction and wear for greater engine performance and durability.
CAUTION: The 947 engine requires
the use of BOMBARDIER-ROTAX Formula XP-S synthetic injection oil (or a
suitable equivalent of synthetic oil).
Oil Injection System
This craft features an oil injection system which does not require manual fuel/
oil mixing.
A sufficient amount of injection oil
should be maintained in the reservoir.
NOTE: It is recommended to carry a
1 L of spare injection oil.
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The use of a funnel is recommended
to pour the oil into the reservoir. Stop
filling as soon as oil appears at approximately 13 mm (1/2 in) from top of reservoir. Do not overfill.
CAUTION: Always maintain a sufficient amount of injection oil in the oil
reservoir. Check and refill every time
you refuel. Do not overfill. If the engine runs out of oil, severe engine
damage will occur. If the oil reservoir
is found almost empty, air can enter
in the system and it should be bled.
Immediately refer to an authorized
Sea-Doo dealer to have the oil injection system inspected.
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BREAK-IN PERIOD
Engine
With BOMBARDIER-ROTAX® craft engines, a break-in period is required before operating the engine at full throttle.
Engine manufacturer recommendation
is about 10 operating hours.
During this period, maximum throttle
should not exceed 3/4, however, brief
acceleration and speed variations contribute to a good break-in. Continued
wide open throttle accelerations, prolonged cruising speeds and overloading the engine are detrimental during
the break-in period.
To assure additional protection during
the initial engine break-in, it is recommended to add BOMBARDIER-ROTAX
injection oil in the fuel tank for the first
full fuel tank filling only.
MODEL
QUANTITY
LRV
1.67 L
Fill up fuel tank with gasoline. Do not
overfill.
NOTE: It is important to proceed in
this order to allow a proper mixing of
the oil in the gasoline. If oil is added
first in an empty fuel tank, fuel lines
will be filled up with injection oil leading in a no start condition of the engine(s).
CAUTION: Remove and clean spark
plugs after engine break-in.
10-Hour Inspection
It is highly recommended that after the
first 10 hours of operation, the craft be
checked by an authorized dealer. This
inspection will also provide the opportunity to discuss the unanswered
questions you may have encountered
during the first hours of operation.
The 10-hour inspection is at the expense of the craft owner.
To add injection oil in the fuel, proceed
as follows:
Fill fuel tank with approximately 15 liters (4 gal) of gasoline; then, add the
required quantity of injection oil in the
fuel.
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10-HOUR INSPECTION CHECK LIST
Engine ignition timing if required
Spark plug inspection, cleaning and adjustment
Fuel system lines and fasteners/pressurization test
Carburetor adjustment including throttle/choke cables if required
Oil lines and filter
Oil injection pump adjustment if required
Engine support and engine rubber mounts
Muffler, battery and reservoir fastening devices
Exhaust system hose clamps
Carburetor flange screws and flame arrester bracket
Steering system inspection
Steering cable adjustment if required
Reverse cable adjustment if required
Cooling system hose condition and fasteners
Bailer pick-ups, check for obstructions
Digitally encoded security system
Monitoring beeper
Electrical connections (starter, battery, etc.)
Jet pump oil replacement
PTO flywheel and seal carrier lubrication (if applicable)
Inspection of fasteners for tightness
Inspect/clean engine drain tube
Hull inspection
We recommend that this inspection chart be signed by an authorized dealer.
Date of 10-hour inspection
Authorized dealer signature
Dealer code
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DAILY PRE-OPERATION CHECKS
Some of the following items may not have been previously covered in this guide,
however they will be described in the MAINTENANCE or SPECIAL PROCEDURES section. Please refer to these sections to have more detailed information.
 WARNING
Safety lanyard should always be removed from its switch prior to verifying any of the following.
ITEM
OPERATION
Hull
Inspect.
Jet pump water intake
Inspect/clean.
Bilge
Drain. Ensure plugs are secured.
Battery
Inspect tightness of cables and retaining strap(s).
Fuel tank and oil reservoir
Refill.
Engine compartment
Verify for any fuel leak/odor.
Fire extinguisher
Inspect condition/mounting.
Steering and throttle systems
Check operation.
Reverse system
Check operation.
Safety lanyard, engine
start/stop button
Check operation.
Hull
Inspect hull for cracks or damage.
Jet Pump Water Intake
Remove weeds, shells, debris or anything else that could restrict the flow
of water and damage cooling system
or propulsion unit. Clean as necessary.
If any obstruction can not be removed,
refer to an authorized Sea-Doo dealer
for servicing.
F01J3ZY
1
TYPICAL
1. Inspect this area
Inspect leading edges of the impeller,
if they have nicks or bends performance will be greatly reduced.
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Bilge
Should water be present in the bilge,
use bilge pump or tilt the craft to the
rear and unscrew drain plugs if craft is
out of the water, as the case may be,
to completely empty the bilge.
Secure bilge drain plugs.
Battery
 WARNING
Verify tightness of battery cables
to their posts and condition of retaining straps/fasteners.
Fuel Tank and Oil
Reservoir
With the craft horizontal, fill the fuel
tank to specified level.
Check the oil level and refill reservoir
as necessary.
Check fuel tank/oil reservoir retaining
straps/fasteners.
Engine Compartment
 WARNING
Should any leak or gasoline odor
be present, do not start the engine. Consult an authorized SeaDoo dealer before use.
Steering System
Assisted by another person, check
steering operation for free movement.
When the handlebar is horizontal, the
jet pump nozzle should be in the
straight ahead position. Ensure the jet
pump nozzle pivots easily when handlebar is turned.
CAUTION: Engine can be flooded if
throttle lever is applied several
times. If engine is flooded, it will not
start.
Shifter System
Check reverse gate operation for free
movement. With shift lever in forward
position, the gate should be in upward
position. With the shift lever in neutral
position, gate should be in middle position. With shift lever in reverse position, gate should be in downward position.
 WARNING
Verify the reverse gate locking
operation before starting the engine.
Safety Lanyard and Engine
Start/Stop Button
If craft is equipped with shift lever, position lever in neutral. Ensure start/
stop button operates properly. Start
engine and stop it using button.
 WARNING
If engine does not shut-off when
pushing engine start/stop button
or by disconnecting the safety
lanyard, stop the engine by applying the choke. Do not operate
the craft further, see an authorized Sea-Doo dealer. Only start
craft once all items have been
checked and operate properly.
Storage Compartment
Covers
Ensure they are closed and latched.
Throttle System
Check throttle lever for free and smooth
operation. It should return to its initial
position immediately after it is released.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Principle of Operation
 WARNING
Always perform the DAILY PREOPERATION CHECKS before operating the craft. Become thoroughly familiar with all controls
and the function of each. Should
any control or instruction not be
fully understood, refer to an authorized Sea-Doo dealer.
Trailering
 WARNING
Propulsion
The engine is directly coupled to a
drive shaft which, in turn, rotates an
impeller. This impeller is accurately adjusted in a housing where the water is
drawn up from underneath the craft.
Then the water flows through the impeller to a venturi. The venturi accelerates the water and produces thrust to
move the craft. Depressing the throttle lever increases engine speed and
therefore craft speed.
Always turn the fuel valve to OFF
position when trailering or docking the craft.
Check the regulations in your area concerning towing a trailer, especially the
following rules:
– brake system
– tow vehicle weight
– mirrors
Take the following precautions when
towing the craft:
Tie the craft to both bow and stern
(front/rear) eyelets so that it is firmly
retained on the trailer. Use additional
tie-downs if necessary.
– Ensure all storage compartment
covers are properly latched.
– A SEA-DOO cover can protect the
craft, particularly before driving on
dirt roads, to prevent dirt entry
through the air intake opening(s).
Observe trailering safety precautions.
Launching/Loading
Before launching the craft, ensure the
bilge plugs are fully screwed and after
loading the craft, ensure they are remove to drain bilge.
F01J3YY
TYPICAL
 WARNING
Whenever the engine is to be started, the operator and passengers
should always be sitting on the
craft.
Shift Lever
The shift lever should be in the forward
position in order for the craft to advance.
To obtain neutral, pull shift lever halfway. The reverse gate will be in the
middle position, directing half of the
thrust toward the front of the craft to
minimize craft movement.
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 WARNING
When the craft is in neutral position, the drive shaft and impeller
are turning.
F07L0SY
1
TYPICAL
1. Shift lever in reverse position
F07L0RY
1
TYPICAL
1. Shift lever in neutral position
1
F07J0OY
1
TYPICAL
1. Reverse gate in downward position
F07J0NY
TYPICAL
1. Reverse gate in middle position
To obtain reverse, pull shift lever completely. The reverse gate will be in
downward position, directing all the
thrust toward the front of the craft.
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NOTE: To obtain maximum efficiency
and control from the reverse, increase
engine speed to slightly above idle.
Too much RPM will create water turbulence and reduce reverse efficiency.
In reverse position, turn the handlebar
in the opposite direction that you want
to move the rear of the craft.
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For example, to steer the rear of the
craft to the left side, turn the handlebar
to the right side.
1
2
 WARNING
Throttle should be applied and
handlebar turned to change the
direction of the craft. Steering efficiency will differ depending on
the number of passengers load
and water conditions.
Unlike a car, a craft needs some throttle to turn. Practice in a safe area applying the throttle and turning away
from an imaginary object. This is a
good collision avoidance technique.
F07A0CY
TYPICAL
1. Handlebar turned to the right side
2. Rear of craft moving to the left side
 WARNING
Shift lever should only be used
when the engine is idling.
Steering
Boarding from a Dock
As with any craft, boarding should be
done carefully and engine should not
be running.
When boarding from a dock, slowly
place one foot on the craft footboard
nearest the dock and, at the same
time, transfer the body weight to the
other side in order to balance the craft
while holding the handlebar. Then,
bring the other foot over the seat and
put it on the other footboard. Push the
craft away from the dock.
F07A0AY
TYPICAL
Turning the handlebar pivots the jet
pump nozzle which controls the craft
direction. Turning the handlebar to the
right will turn the craft to the right and
inversely. The throttle should be applied to turn the craft.
F07A0BY
TYPICAL
CAUTION: The engine should be
started with at least 90 cm (3 ft) of
water below the hull.
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Starting the Engine
Before unloading the craft from the
trailer, it can be started for about 10
seconds to verify proper operation.
 WARNING
Do not touch electrical parts or jet
pump area when engine is running.
A
F01L4WY
TYPICAL
A. 90 cm (3 ft)
Boarding from the Water
 WARNING
Inexperienced riders should practice how to get aboard close to
shore first before venturing into
deep water.
 WARNING
Engine(s) should not be running
while boarding. Never use propulsion components as a supporting point to board the craft.
Swim to the rear of the craft.
Grip the grab bar and pull yourself upward until your knee can reach the swim
platform.
F01L4JY
NOTE: On some models, boarding is
facilitated by using a step or a ladder.
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Attach the safety lanyard to your PFD
and snap the cap to its switch before
starting the engine.
NOTE: If you hear more than 2 short
beeps from DESS system, it indicates
a particular condition that should be
corrected. Refer to the TROUBLESHOOTING section for the meaning of
the coded signal.
 WARNING
Before moving, the operator and
passengers should always be
properly seated.
Cold Engine
Position throttle and shift lever to
idle/neutral.
Turn the fuel valve to ON position.
Firmly grip handlebar with your left
hand and place both feet on the footboard.
Fully pull the choke lever with your
right hand and depress the start/stop
button.
Immediately after engine is started, release start/stop button and release
choke lever.
If necessary, slightly apply throttle to
keep engine running.
CAUTION: To avoid starter motor
overheating, the cranking period
should not exceed 5-10 seconds and
a rest period should be observed between cranking cycles to let the starter cool down and its mechanism disengage.
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Warm Engine
The same procedure as a cold engine
applies, except the choke does not
need to be applied and throttle lever
has to be slightly depressed.
Riding
Slowly accelerate to reach deeper water. Do not apply full throttle until the
engine is warm.
Stopping/Docking
The craft is slowed by water drag. The
stopping distance will vary depending
on the craft weight, speed, water surface condition, presence and direction
of wind and current.
F01L50Y
F07A0DY
CAUTION: Avoid craft operation in
weeded areas. If unavoidable, vary
craft speed.
Rough Water or Poor
Visibility Operation
Avoid operation in these conditions. If
you should do so, proceed with caution and prudence using minimum
speed.
The operator should become familiarized with the stopping distance under
different conditions.
Release the throttle at a sufficient distance before the expected landing area.
Reduce speed to idle. Shift to neutral,
reverse or forward, as required.
 WARNING
No directional control is available
when the throttle is closed or engine is shut off.
Crossing Waves
Beaching
Reduce speed. Always be prepared to
steer and balance as necessary.
When crossing wakes, always keep a
safe distance from boat ahead.
CAUTION: It is not recommended to
run the craft to the beach.
Come slowly to the beach and shut off
the engine(s) using the safety lanyard
when water depth is 90 cm (3 ft) under
the hull, then pull the craft to the
beach. Ensure that all accessories are
OFF.
 WARNING
When crossing wakes, slow down.
Operator and passenger(s) can
brace themselves by posting. Do
not jump waves or wakes.
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Shutting Off the Engine
To keep craft directional control, the
engine should be running until the
craft is at idle.
To shut off the engine, completely release throttle lever and press the engine start/stop button. Remove safety
lanyard from craft.
 WARNING
Should the engine be shut off,
craft directional control is not
available. Never leave the safety
lanyard on an unattended craft.
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POST-OPERATION CARE
 WARNING
Allow engine to cool before performing any maintenance.
General Care
Remove the craft from the water every
day to prevent marine organisms
growth.
Should any water be present in the
hull, unscrew the drain plugs and tilt
the craft to the rear in order to allow
water to flow out.
Wipe up any remaining fluid in the engine compartment (bilge, engine, battery, etc.) with clean dry rags (this is
particularly important in salt water
use).
Additional Care for Foul
Water or Salt Water
When the craft is operated in foul water and particularly in salt water, additional care should be taken to protect
the craft and its components. Rinse
trailer and craft‘s bilge area with fresh
water.
CAUTION: Failure to perform proper
care such as: craft rinsing, cooling
system flushing and anticorrosion
treatment, when craft is used in salt
water, will result in damage to the
craft and its components. Never leave
the craft stored in direct sunlight.
Cooling System Flushing
and Engine Internal
Lubrication
General
Flushing the cooling system with
fresh water is essential to neutralize
corroding effects of salt or other chemical products present in water. It will
help to remove sand, salt, shells or other particles in water jackets (engine,
exhaust manifold, tuned pipe) and/or
hoses.
Engine lubrication and flushing should
be performed when the craft is not expected to be used further the same
day or when the craft is stored for any
extended time.
Proceed as follows:
 WARNING
Perform this operation in a well
ventilated area.
Clean jet pump by spraying water in its
inlet and outlet and then apply a coating of BOMBARDIER LUBE lubricant
or equivalent.
Flushing
To flush engine, connect a garden
hose to connector located at the rear
of craft on jet pump support.
NOTE: A quick connect adapter can be
used (P/N 295 500 473). No hose
pincher is required to flush engine.
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F07E01Y
3
2
1
TYPICAL
1. Flushing connector
2. Quick connect adapter (not mandatory)
3. Garden hose
Start the engine then immediately
open the water tap.
 WARNING
Do not touch any electrical parts
or jet pump area when engine is
running.
CAUTION: Never flush a hot engine.
Always start the engine before
opening the water tap. Open water
tap immediately after engine is
started to prevent overheating.
Run the engine about 3 minutes at a
fast idle around 3500 RPM.
CAUTION: Never run engine longer
than 5 minutes. Drive line seal has
no cooling when craft is out of water.
Lubrication
Spray BOMBARDIER LUBE lubricant
or equivalent, through hole of air intake
silencer keeping engine at fast idle
during one minute.
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F06F0CY
2
TYPICAL
1. Air intake silencer
2. Spray BOMBARDIER LUBE here
NOTE: After approximately half a
minute, close fuel valve to run engine
out of fuel while lubricating.
CAUTION: When engine begins to
run irregularly because of fuel starvation, immediately stop water flow
before engine dies.
Close the water tap then stop the engine.
Final Steps
Disconnect the garden hose.
Remove spark plug cables and connect them on the grounding device.
 WARNING
Always use spark plug cable
grounding device when removing spark plugs.
Remove both spark plugs and spray
BOMBARDIER LUBE lubricant or
equivalent into each cylinder.
Crank the engine a few turns to distribute the oil on cylinder wall.
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Apply anti-seize lubricant on spark plug
threads then reinstall them.
Properly reconnect spark plug cables
to spark plugs.
Wipe up any residual water from the
engine.
NOTE: Repeat the same procedure
for the other engine (if applicable).
1
F07H07Y
TYPICAL
1. Grounding device
Anticorrosion Treatment
To prevent corrosion, spray a corrosion
inhibitor (salt water resistant) such as
BOMBARDIER LUBE lubricant or
equivalent over metallic components
in engine compartment.
Apply dielectric grease (salt water resistant) on battery posts and cable
connectors.
CAUTION: Never leave rags or tools
in the engine compartment or in the
bilge.
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SPECIAL PROCEDURES
Engine Overheating
If the monitoring beeper continuously
sounds, stop engine immediately.
Perform Jet Pump Water Intake and
Impeller Cleaning procedure describded in this section.
Flush cooling system, refer to POSTOPERATION CARE.
If engine still overheats, refer to an authorized Sea-Doo dealer for servicing.
Jet Pump Water Intake and
Impeller Cleaning
Weeds, shells or debris can get caught
on the intake grate, drive shaft and/or
impeller. A clogged water intake may
cause troubles such as:
1. Cavitation: Engine speed is high
but craft moves slowly due to reduced jet thrust, jet pump components may be damaged.
2. Overheating: Since the jet pump
operation controls the flow of water
to cool the engine, a clogged intake
will cause the engine to overheat
and damage engine internal components.
A weed clogged area can be cleaned
as follows:
 WARNING
Always remove safety lanyard
cap from switch to prevent accidental engine starting before
cleaning the jet pump area.
Press the start/stop button for short
period without starting engine. Most
of the time, this will remove the blockage.
If system is still blocked move the craft
out of the water and remove blockage
manually.
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CAUTION: Inspect water intake grate
for damage. Refer to an authorized
Sea-Doo dealer for repair as necessary.
Capsized Craft
If the craft turns over, it will remain
capsized.
To return the craft upright, grab the inlet grate, step on rub rail and use your
weight to rotate it counterclockwise
(seen from rear).
CAUTION: Always refer to decal located on stern of craft.
F06L0DZ
Submerged Craft
If the craft is submerged and engine is
water-flooded, it is strongly recommended that the craft be serviced by
an authorized Sea-Doo dealer.
Flooded Engine
In the event the engine cannot be serviced within a few hours, remove
spark plug cables and connect them
on the grounding device.
 WARNING
Never crank engine with spark
plugs removed unless spark plug
cables are connected to the grounding device.
Remove spark plugs and dry them
with a clean and dry cloth.
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Cover spark plug holes with a rag.
Ensure choke lever is completely pushed
in.
Crank engine for approximately 10
seconds to allow water to escape from
spark plug openings.
Spray BOMBARDIER LUBE lubricant
or equivalent into spark plug holes.
Crank engine again.
Reinstall spark plugs.
Start engine normally.
CAUTION: Failure to do this may result in damage to the engine. If you
must tow a stranded craft in water
and do not have a hose pincher be
sure to stay well below the maximum towing speed of 24 km/h (15
MPH).
Snugly install the hose pincher on the
water supply hose as shown.
Towing the Craft in Water
Special precautions should be taken
when towing a craft in water.
Maximum recommended towing speed
is 24 km/h (15 MPH).
When towing your craft in water, pinch
the water supply hose from the impeller housing to the engine with a large
hose pincher (P/N 529 032 500) shown
in the following illustration.
F07E03Y
1
TYPICAL
1. Hose pincher
CAUTION: When finished towing
the craft, hose pincher should be removed before operating it. Failure
to do so will result in damage to the
engine.
Low-Charge Battery
Condition
See your authorized Sea-Doo dealer to
have it charged or replaced.
 WARNING
F01B23Y
This will prevent the cooling system
from filling which may lead to water
being injected into and filling the exhaust system. Without the engine running there isn’t any exhaust pressure
to carry the water out the exhaust outlet.
Do not charge or boost the battery while installed on the craft.
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MAINTENANCE
 WARNING
Only perform procedures as detailed in this guide. It is recommended that the assistance of an
authorized Sea-Doo dealer be periodically obtained on other components/systems not covered in
this guide. Unless otherwise specified, engine should not be running and the safety lanyard should
be removed from its switch for all
maintenance procedures.
Use SEA-DOO synthetic grease or
equivalent and lubricate PTO flywheel,
see MAINTENANCE Periodic Inspection Chart.
Proceed as follows:
Remove seat(s) to expose engine compartment.
PTO Flywheel
Remove the wing nuts, washers and
pull out PTO flywheel guard.
3
2
1. PTO flywheel
2. Grease fitting
3. PTO flywheel boot
Reinstall and secure PTO flywheel
guard.
Anticorrosion Protection
Throttle/Choke Cables
Lubricate the throttle and choke cables
with BOMBARDIER LUBE lubricant or
equivalent every 25 hours (or every 10
hours in salt water use).
Electrical Connections
As necessary, apply dielectric grease
on battery posts and all exposed cable
connectors.
CAUTION: Do not lubricate connectors of the Multi-Purpose Electronic
Module.
2
1
TYPICAL
1. Flywheel guard
2. Wing nuts
Using a grease gun, carefully lubricate
PTO flywheel at grease fitting until
PTO flywheel boot begins to expand.
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1
F01I0BZ
Lubrication
F01I0AY
CAUTION: Immediately stop lubricating as soon as PTO flywheel boot
begins to expand to prevent damage or slipping.
Additional Lubrication
BOMBARDIER LUBE lubricant or equivalent will help prevent corrosion and
maintain proper operation of moving
mechanisms.
Lubrication of the following items
should be performed every 50 hours in
fresh water use but every 10 hours in
salt water use.
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Choke Lever
Fully pull choke lever and lubricate the
metallic portion.
Storage Opening Mechanism, Tab,
Hook and Lock Pin
Carburetors and Oil Injection Pump
Lubricate springs, shafts and exposed
portion of cables. Grease carburetor
linkage with synthetic grease.
1
2
F01F07Y
F01L7UY
TYPICAL
1. Front tab
2. Rear mechanism
START
STOP
Reverse Gate(s)
Lubricate pivoting points and mechanism of each side.
Storage Compartment Cover
Cylinders
Lubricate rod of cylinders.
Periodic Inspection
F01L51Y
TYPICAL
Routine maintenance is necessary for
all mechanized products. A periodic inspection contributes to the product’s
life span.
The following maintenance chart gives
guidelines for regular craft servicing
scheduled to be performed by you
and/or by an authorized Sea-Doo dealer. The schedule should be adjusted
according to operating conditions and
use.
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Periodic Inspection Chart
DESCRIPTION
Lubrication/corrosion protection
Engine ignition timing
Spark plug replacement
Throttle/choke cables, inspection/lubrication
Carburetor adjustment including choke/
throttle cable adjustments
Oil injection pump adjustment
Fuel filter and oil filter inspection
Fuel filter and oil filter replacement
Fuel tank straps
Oil tank straps
Engine head bolts, retorque
Engine counterbalance shaft oil level (if applicable)
Steering system
Reverse system/reverse cable adjustment
Fastener tightening (flame arrester, carburetor(s),
engine mount, exhaust system, etc.)
Muffler, battery and reservoir fastening devices
Fuel lines, check-valve and fuel system pressurization
Fuel vent line pressure relief valve inspection
Inspect/clean engine drain tube
Battery condition
Electrical connections (battery, starter, etc.)
Monitoring beeper
Jet pump reservoir oil level/oil condition
Jet pump cover pusher inspection
Impeller condition and impeller/wear ring clearance
Drive shaft boot and spline condition (if applicable)
PTO flywheel and seal carrier lubrication (if applicable)
Water intake grate condition
Hull condition
Cooling system flushing
FREQUENCY
Every
Every Every Every
To be
100
10
25
50
performed
hours or
hours hours hours seasonally
by
OPERATOR
DEALER
DEALER
OPERATOR
DEALER
Replace
DEALER
DEALER
DEALER
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
DEALER
DEALER
DEALER
DEALER
DEALER
OPERATOR
DEALER
DEALER
DEALER
DEALER
DEALER
DEALER
DEALER
DEALER
DEALER
DEALER
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
NOTE: Some items are included in the PRE-OPERATION CHECKS and not necessarily repeated in this chart.
Every 10 hours in salt water use.
These items have to be initially checked after 25 hours. Thereafter, servicing
to be made as specified in this chart.
Daily flushing in salt water or foul water use.
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Throttle and Choke Cable
Inspection
Throttle Cable
Activate the throttle lever(s) throughout its full range of motion. It should
operate smoothly. Refer to an authorized Sea-Doo dealer if adjustment is
necessary.
NOTE: Do not activate throttle lever
unnecessarily, when engine is (are)
not running. Carburetors are equipped
with fuel accelerator pumps. These
pumps deliver fuel to the engine each
time throttle lever is moved forward.
 WARNING
Carburetor Adjustment
Carburetor adjustment is very important to allow good engine operation
and therefore craft performance. Carburetor adjustment requires technical
knowledge and experience to have the
correct mixture supplied to the engine.
This critical adjustment should be performed by an authorized Sea-Doo dealer once a year or more often if necessary.
CAUTION: Serious engine damage
can occur with improper carburetor
adjustment.
Fuel and Oil Filters
Do not alter or tamper with throttle cable adjustment or routing.
 WARNING
If throttle lever does not automatically return, do not operate craft
and see your authorized Sea-Doo
dealer.
These filters should be replaced by an
authorized Sea-Doo dealer. Fuel system pressurization should be conducted at the same time. Refer to MAINTENANCE Periodic Inspection Chart.
CAUTION: An obstructed oil filter
will cause oil starvation resulting in
serious engine damage.
Steering Alignment
When the handlebar is directed in
straight ahead position, the jet pump
nozzle should be in the same direction
allowing the craft to run in a straight
line.
Refer to an authorized Sea-Doo dealer
if an adjustment is necessary.
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 WARNING
F01K01Y
1. Should move freely
Choke Cable
Ensure choke cable operates smoothly and without any hesitation from fully
opened to fully closed. When the
choke lever is fully pulled, choke
should be fully applied. Refer to an authorized Sea-Doo dealer if necessary.
Ensure the handlebar and jet
pump nozzle operate freely from
side to side and are not stressing
the steering cable or brackets.
Reverse Gate(s)
 WARNING
Ensure the shifter and reverse
gate operate freely and are not
stressing the reverse cable.
Refer to an authorized Sea-Doo dealer
if an adjustment is necessary.
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Deck Drains
Remove any obstruction from deck
drains and scupper valve.
Use the tabs of the fuse cover to remove and reinstall fuses.
Vacuum Bailer Pick-Ups
They are located each side of the drive
shaft tunnel.
Two pick-ups use a low pressure area
in the jet pump to siphon the water out
of the bilge when the engine is operating.
Inspect each pick-up screen for obstructions, clean as necessary.
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F06H1TY
2
1. Fuse cover
2. Fuse tabs
If a fuse is burnt, replace by one of the
same rating.
CAUTION: Do not use a higher rated
fuse as this can cause severe damage. If a fuse is regularly burnt, refer
to an authorized Sea-Doo dealer.
General Inspection and
Cleaning
1
F01L7RY
TYPICAL
1. Vacuum bailer pick-ups
Fuses
Locate MPEM under seat inside engine compartment of craft.
Remove fuse cover from the MPEM.
Inspection
Check engine compartment for any
damage and fuel/oil injection systems
for leaks. Ensure all hose clamps are
properly secured and no hose is
cracked, kinked or presenting any other damage.
 WARNING
1
If any gasoline leak and/or odor
are present, do not start the engine. Have the craft serviced by
an authorized Sea-Doo dealer.
F11H01Y
2
Inspect muffler, battery, fuel tank and
oil reservoir fastening devices. Visually
check electrical connections for corrosion and tightness.
Inspect hull and jet pump water intake
grate for damage. Replace or have
damaged parts repaired.
TYPICAL
1. MPEM
2. Fuse cover
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Cleaning
The bilge should be cleaned by your
dealer to remove any fuel/oil/electrolyte
deposits and mildew.
Occasionally, wash the body with water and soap (only use mild detergent).
Remove any marine organisms from
engine and/or hull. Apply non-abrasive
wax such as silicone wax.
CAUTION: Never clean fiberglass
and plastic parts with strong detergent, degreasing agent, paint thinner, acetone, etc.
Stains may be removed from seats
and fiberglass with Knight’s SprayNine† from Korkay System Ltd or the
equivalent.
Respect the environment by ensuring
fuel, oil or cleaning solutions do not
drain into the waterways.
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STORAGE AND PRE-SEASON PREPARATION
Storage
It is recommended that the craft be
serviced by an authorized Sea-Doo
dealer for storage but the following operations can be performed by you with
a minimum of tools.
CAUTION: Do not run the engine
during the storage period.
Engine Draining
Check engine drain hose. Make sure
there is no sand or other particles in it
and that it is not obstructed so that water can exit the engine. Clean hose and
fitting as necessary.
CAUTION: Water in engine drain
hose should be free to flow out, otherwise water could be trapped in engine. Should water freeze in engine,
severe damage will occur. Check engine drain hose for obstructions.
CAUTION: Use only SEA-DOO jet
pump oil or equivalent synthetic
gear oil, otherwise component service life could be reduced. Do not
mix oil brands or types.
IMPELLER SHAFT RESERVOIR
MODEL
CAPACITY (mL)
LRV
120
Grease lubrication point(s) of propulsion system as explained in MAINTENANCE section.
Fuel System
SEA-DOO fuel stabilizer (or equivalent), can be added in fuel tank to prevent fuel deterioration and carburetor
gumming. Follow manufacturer’s instructions for proper use.
CAUTION: Fuel stabilizer should be
added prior to engine lubrication to
ensure carburetor protection against
varnish deposits.
 WARNING
F02E05Y
Fuel is flammable and explosive
under certain conditions. Always
work in a well ventilated area. Always wipe off any fuel spillage
from the craft. Always turn the
fuel valve to OFF position when
storing the craft.
1
TYPICAL
1. Engine drain hose
Craft Rinsing
Thoroughly rinse craft’s hull with fresh
water.
Propulsion System
Lubricant in jet pump reservoir should
be drained and reservoir cleaned. Refill
with SEA-DOO synthetic polyolester
oil (75W90 GL5 type C gear lube) or
equivalent. Refer to an authorized SeaDoo dealer for this operation.
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Cooling System Flushing and
Engine Internal Lubrication
Refer to procedure in POST-OPERATION
CARE.
Battery
Contact your authorized Sea-Doo dealer or refer to the appropriate Shop
Manual for proper storage procedure.
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Anticorrosion Treatment
Wipe off any residual water in the engine compartment.
Spray BOMBARDIER LUBE lubricant
or equivalent over metallic components in engine compartment.
Lubricate the throttle cable with BOMBARDIER LUBE lubricant or equivalent.
The front and rear portion of the seat
should be partially left opened and
storage baskets should be removed
during storage. This will avoid engine
compartment condensation and possible corrosion.
Antifreezing Protection
In cool regions (where freezing point
may be encountered), cooling system
should be filled with an equal part of
water and antifreeze solution.
CAUTION: Always use ethylene glycol antifreeze containing corrosion
inhibitors specifically recommended for aluminum engines.
Install a hose pincher to engine drain
hose.
F06E0DY
1
TYPICAL
1. Hose pincher installed on engine drain hose
F06E05Y
1
TYPICAL
1. Disconnect engine water inlet hose
Temporarily install a short piece of
hose to engine water outlet at cylinder
head.
Insert a funnel into hose and pour antifreeze mixed with water in engine until the colored solution appears in the
engine drain hose.
Most of the antifreeze will drain out
when removing the hose pincher(s).
Use a container to recover it. DISPOSE
OF ANTIFREEZE AS PER YOUR LOCAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS.
NOTE: Although antifreeze will mainly
drain out, the antifreeze has mixed
with the water that was possibly
trapped in the cylinder water jackets
and thus preventing freezing problems.
At pre-season preparation, drain the
remaining antifreeze from cooling system prior using the craft.
The following steps should be performed to provide the craft enhanced
protection.
Lubricate the throttle cable with BOMBARDIER LUBE lubricant or equivalent.
Disconnect engine water outlet hose.
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Clean the bilge with hot water and detergent or with bilge cleaner. Rinse
thoroughly. Lift front end of craft to
completely drain bilge. If any repairs
are needed to body or to the hull contact your dealer. For paint touch up to
mechanical parts use Bombardier
spray paint. For small gel coat repairs,
a Bombardier repair kit is available. See
ACCESSORIES AND SERVICE PRODUCTS section. Replace damaged labels/
decals.
NOTE: Bilge cleaning should be done
prior to anticorrosion treatment.
Wash the body with soap and water
solution (only use mild detergent).
Rinse thoroughly with fresh water. Remove marine organisms from the hull.
Apply a good quality marine wax.
CAUTION: Never clean apparent fiberglass and plastic parts with
strong detergent, degreasing agent,
paint thinner, acetone, etc.
If the craft is to be stored outside, cover it with an opaque tarpaulin to prevent sun rays and grime from affecting
the plastic components, craft finish as
well as preventing dust accumulation.
CAUTION: The craft should never be
left in water for storage. Never leave
the craft stored in direct sunlight.
Pre-Season Preparation
Use the following chart.
Since technical skills and special tools
are required, some operations should
be performed by an authorized SeaDoo dealer.
 WARNING
Observe all WARNINGS and CAUTIONS mentioned throughout
this guide which are pertinent to
the item being checked. When
component conditions seem less
than satisfactory, replace with
genuine BOMBARDIER parts or
approved equivalents.
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Pre-Season Preparation Chart
NOTE: It is highly recommended that the dealer perform the annual safety inspection and factory campaigns in addition to the pre-season preparation all at
the same time.
OPERATIONS
Lubrication/corrosion protection
Battery condition/charging and reinstallation
Battery, starter connections and routing Spark plug replacement TO BE PERFORMED BY
OPERATOR
DEALER
DEALER
OPERATOR
Jet pump oil inspection
DEALER
Propulsion system inspection
DEALER
Oil filter replacement
DEALER
Fuel tank straps
OPERATOR
Oil tank straps
OPERATOR
Oil injection tank filling
OPERATOR
Flame arrester inspection DEALER
Fuel filter replacement
DEALER
Fuel line condition Filler neck, fuel tank and fuel cap condition
Check valves, fasteners, fuel system pressurization Throttle and choke cable inspection/adjustment
DEALER
DEALER
DEALER
DEALER
Oil injection pump adjustment and bleeding
DEALER
Engine ignition timing
DEALER
Carburetor adjustment
DEALER
Steering system adjustment/inspection DEALER
Reverse cable adjustment
DEALER
Inspection of bailer pick-ups
DEALER
Inspection of cooling system hoses
DEALER
Monitoring beeper
DEALER
Digitally encoded security system
DEALER
Before installing new spark plugs, it is suggested to burn the excess BOM
BARDIER LUBE lubricant or equivalent by starting the engine using the old
spark plugs.
Safety item covered in the annual safety inspection.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
The following chart is provided to help in diagnosing the probable source of simple
troubles. You may be able to solve many of these problems rather quickly, but
others may require the skills of a mechanical technician. In such cases, consult
an authorized Sea-Doo dealer for servicing.
Monitoring Beeper Coded Signals
CODED SIGNALS
2 short beeps
(while installing safety
lanyard on switch).
1 long beep
(while installing safety
lanyard on craft switch or
when pressing start/stop
button).
POSSIBLE CAUSE
• Confirms safety lanyard
signal operation.
REMEDY
Engine can be started.
• Safety lanyard on switch
for more than 10 minutes
without starting engine.
• Bad connection.
Remove and reinstall safety lanyard
on switch.
• Wrong safety lanyard.
• Defective safety lanyard.
8 short beeps.
• Salt water in safety
lanyard cap.
• Improper operation of
MPEM or defective wiring
harness.
• Defective MPEM.
Continuously beeps.
• Engine overheats.
Reinstall safety lanyard cap correctly
over switch.
Use a safety lanyard that has been
programmed for the craft.
Use another programmed safety
lanyard.
Clean safety lanyard cap to remove
salt water.
Refer to an authorized Sea-Doo
dealer.
Refer to an authorized Sea-Doo
dealer.
See ENGINE OVERHEATING.
Engine Will Not Start
OTHER OBSERVATION
Engine does not turn over.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
• Safety lanyard removed.
• Burnt fuse.
• Discharged battery.
• Battery connections,
corroded or loose.
• Water flooded engine.
Engine turns slowly.
Engine turns normally.
• Discharged or weak
battery.
• Close fuel valve.
• Fuel tank empty o
water-contaminated.
• Fuel filter clogged or
water-contaminated.
• Fouled/defective spark
plugs.
• Misuse of choke.
• Fuel flooded engine.
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REMEDY
Install cap over switch.
Check wiring then replace fuse.
Refer to an authorized Sea-Doo
dealer.
Refer to an authorized Sea-Doo
dealer.
Refer to Submerged craft in
SPECIAL PROCEDURES.
Refer to an authorized Sea-Doo
dealer.
Turn fuel valve to ON position.
Refill. Siphon and fill with fresh fuel.
Clean, check fuel tank for water.
Replace.
Use only with cold engine. Replace
spark plugs.
Replace spark plugs.
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Engine Misfires, Runs Irregularly
OTHER OBSERVATION
Weak spark.
Lean fuel mixture.
Rich fuel mixture
(high fuel consumption).
POSSIBLE CAUSE
• Fouled/defective/
worn spark plugs.
• Faulty rev limiter.
• Too much oil supplied to
engine.
• Fuel: Level too low, stale
or water-contaminated.
• Fuel filter, clogged or
water-contaminated.
• Fuel valve partially open.
• Flame arrester
dirty/clogged.
• Partially closed choke.
REMEDY
Replace.
Refer to an authorized Sea-Doo
dealer.
Improper oil pump adjustment, refer
to an authorized Sea-Doo dealer.
Siphon and/or refill.
Refer to an authorized Sea-Doo
dealer.
Turn fuel valve to ON position.
Clean or replace.
Refer to an authorized Sea-Doo
dealer.
Engine Overheats
OTHER OBSERVATION
Monitoring beeper sounds
continuously.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
• Clogged jet pump water
intake.
• Clogged coolant system.
REMEDY
Clean.
Flush cooling system with coupler
hose.
Engine Continually Backfires
OTHER OBSERVATION
Weak spark.
Overheated engine.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
• Fouled/defective/
worn spark plugs.
• See ENGINE
OVERHEATS.
• Faulty rev limiter.
REMEDY
Replace.
Refer to an authorized Sea-Doo
dealer.
Engine Pinging or Knocking
OTHER OBSERVATION
POSSIBLE CAUSE
• Poor quality gasoline/
low octane.
• Spark plug heat range too
high.
• Ignition timing.
REMEDY
Use well known quality and
recommended gasoline.
Use recommended spark plugs.
Refer to an authorized Sea-Doo
dealer.
Engine Lacks Acceleration or Power
OTHER OBSERVATION
Overheated engine.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
• Weak spark/incorrect fuel
mixture.
• Water in fuel or injection
oil.
• See ENGINE OVERHEATS.
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REMEDY
Refer to ENGINE MISFIRES, RUNS
IRREGULARLY.
Siphon and replace.
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Craft Can Not Reach Top Speed
OTHER OBSERVATION
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Cavitation.
Jet pump water intake
clogged.
Clean.
Damaged impeller.
Replace. Refer to an authorized
Sea-Doo dealer.
Abnormal Noise From Propulsion System
OTHER OBSERVATION
Cavitation.
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POSSIBLE CAUSE
• Weeds or debris jammed
around impeller.
• Damaged impeller shaft
or drive shaft.
REMEDY
Clean and check for damage.
Refer to an authorized Sea-Doo
dealer.
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SPECIFICATIONS
ENGINE
Engine type
Induction type
Exhaust system
Exhaust valve
LRV
Rotax 947, 2-stroke
Reed valve
Water cooled/water injected with regulator
RAVE
Oil injection
XP-S synthetic injection oil
2
951.2 cm3 (58 in3)
7200 RPM ± 50
Type
Oil type
Number of cylinders
Displacement
Rev limiter setting
COOLING
Lubrication
Water cooled, total loss type.
Direct flow from propulsion unit
Type
ELECTRICAL
Magneto generator output
Ignition system type
Make and type
Spark plug
Gap
Starting system
Battery
MPEM
Fuse
Electrical system
VTS system
CARBURETION
Fuel type
Carburetor
180 W @ 6000 RPM
Digital DC-CDI
NGK, BR8ES
0.5 - 0.6 mm (.020 - .024 in)
Electric starter with reduction gear
12 V, 19 A•h
5A
2 x 15 A
N.A.
Regular unleaded gasoline
BN 46i (diaphragm). Fuel accelerator pump.
Quantity: 2
N.A.: Not Applicable.
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PROPULSION
Propulsion system
Jet pump type
Transmission
Jet pump oil type
Pivoting angle of direction (nozzle)
Minimum required water
level for jet pump
DIMENSIONS
Number of passengers
Overall length
Overall width
Overall height
Weight
LRV
Bombardier Formula pump
Axial flow, single stage
Direct drive
SEA-DOO synthetic polyolester oil
SAE 75W90 GL5
~23°
90 cm (3 ft)
4
396 cm (156.0 in)
155 cm (61.0 in)
108 cm (42.5 in)
371 kg (825 lb)
Load limit (passengers + luggage)
CAPACITIES
Fuel tank
Fuel reserve
Oil injection tank
Impeller shaft Capacity
reservoir
Oil level
338 kg (750 lb)
95 L (25 U.S. gal)
19 L (5.0 U.S. gal)
6 L (203 U.S. oz)
120 mL (4.0 U.S. oz)
Up to plug
Refer to load limit.
BOMBARDIER INC. reserves the right to make changes in design and specifications and/or to make additions to, or improvements in its products without imposing any obligation upon itself to install them on its products previously manufactured.
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SI* METRIC INFORMATION
BASE UNITS
DESCRIPTION
UNIT
length ................................................. meter .................................
mass ................................................... kilogram .............................
force ................................................... newton ..............................
liquid ................................................... liter.....................................
temperature........................................ Celsius ...............................
pressure.............................................. kilopascal ...........................
torque ................................................. newton-meter....................
land velocity........................................ kilometer per hour .............
navigation velocity .............................. knot....................................
PREFIXES
PREFIX
SYMBOL
MEANING
kilo ......................
K........................ one thousand.....................
centi....................
C ....................... one hundredth of ...............
milli .....................
M ...................... one thousandth of .............
micro...................
µ........................ one millionth of ..................
CONVERSION FACTORS
TO CONVERT
TO in......................................................... mm ....................................
in......................................................... cm......................................
in² ....................................................... cm² ....................................
in³ ....................................................... cm³ ....................................
ft ......................................................... m .......................................
oz ........................................................ g.........................................
lb......................................................... kg .......................................
lbf ....................................................... N ........................................
lbf•in .................................................. N•m ...................................
lbf•ft ................................................... N•m ...................................
lbf•ft ................................................... lbf•in .................................
PSI ...................................................... kPa.....................................
imp. oz ................................................ U.S. oz ...............................
imp. oz ................................................ mL .....................................
imp. gal ............................................... U.S. gal ..............................
imp. gal ............................................... L.........................................
U.S. oz ................................................ mL .....................................
U.S. gal ............................................... L.........................................
knot .................................................... MPH ..................................
MPH ................................................... km/h...................................
Fahrenheit........................................... Celsius ...............................
Celsius ................................................ Fahrenheit..........................
hp ....................................................... kW .....................................
SYMBOL
m
kg
N
L
°C
kPa
N•m
km/h
kn
VALUE
1000
0.01
0.001
0.000001
MULTIPLY BY
25.4
2.54
6.45
16.39
0.3
28.35
0.45
4.4
0.11
1.36
12
6.89
0.96
28.41
1.2
4.55
29.57
3.79
1.15
1.61
(°F - 32) ÷ 1.8
(°C x 1.8) + 32
.75
* The international system of units abbreviates SI in all languages.
To obtain the reverse sequence, divide by the given factor. Example: to convert
millimeters to inches, divide by 25.4.
NOTE: Conversion factors are rounded off to 2 decimals for easier use.
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ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS MANUAL
AC
CDI
DC
DESS
E.I.N.
HP
LED
MAG
MPEM
MPH
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DESCRIPTION
Alternate Current
Capacitor discharge ignition
Direct current
Digitally encoded security
system
Engine identification number
Horse power
Light emitting diode
Magneto
Multi-purpose electronic
module
Mile per hour
N.A.
OPT
P/N
DESCRIPTION
Not applicable
Optional
Part number
PFD
Personal flotation device
PTO
Power take off
RAVE
Rotax adjustable variable
exhaust
RPM
Revolution per minute
STD
Standard
VROI
Variable rate oil injection
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OTHER PUBLICATIONS AVAILABLE
PUBLICATION
P/N
Shop Manual
219 100 104
Specification Booklet
219 100 108
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CRAFT MODEL No. _______________________________________________
HULL
IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (H.I.N.) ________________________________
ENGINE
IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (E.I.N.) _________________________________
IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (E.I.N.)
Purchase Date
year
month
day
year
month
day
Warranty Expiry Date
To be completed by the dealer at the time of the sale
DEALER IMPRINT AREA
Please verify with your selling dealer to ensure your SEA-DOO craft has
been registered with Bombardier.
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CHANGE OF ADDRESS
If your address has changed, be sure to fill out and mail the card provided on this
page.
Such notification is likewise necessary for your own safety even after expiration
of the original warranty, since Bombardier will be in a position to contact you if
correction to your craft becomes necessary.
NOTE: This card is strictly for change of address only.
CHANGE OF ADDRESS
CHANGE OF ADDRESS
CRAFT IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS
Model Number
Hull Identification Number (H.I.N.)
OLD ADDRESS: ______________________________________________
NAME
________________________________________________________________
NO.
STREET
APT
________________________________________________________________
CITY
STATE/PROVINCE
ZIP/POSTAL CODE
NEW ADDRESS: ______________________________________________
NAME
________________________________________________________________
NO.
STREET
APT
________________________________________________________________
CITY
STATE/PROVINCE
ZIP/POSTAL CODE
STOLEN UNITS
In the event that your craft is stolen, you should notify your area’s distributor warranty
department of such.
Please provide your name, address, phone number, Hull Identification Number and
date it was stolen.
Bombardier will provide a list of stolen units to all authorized Sea-Doo dealers on a
monthly basis to aid in recovery of such units to their owners.
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CHANGE OF ADDRESS
If your address has changed, be sure to fill out and mail the card provided on this
page.
Such notification is likewise necessary for your own safety even after expiration
of the original warranty, since Bombardier will be in a position to contact you if
correction to your watercraft becomes necessary.
NOTE: This card is strictly for change of address only.
CHANGE OF ADDRESS
AFFIX
PROPER
POSTAGE
BOMBARDIER
Recreational Products
Sea-Doo Warranty
Valcourt (Quebec)
Canada J0E 2L0
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CHANGE OF ADDRESS
If your address has changed, be sure to fill out and mail the card provided on this
page.
Such notification is likewise necessary for your own safety even after expiration
of the original warranty, since Bombardier will be in a position to contact you if
correction to your craft becomes necessary.
NOTE: This card is strictly for change of address only.
CHANGE OF ADDRESS
CHANGE OF ADDRESS
CRAFT IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS
Model Number
Hull Identification Number (H.I.N.)
OLD ADDRESS: ______________________________________________
NAME
________________________________________________________________
NO.
STREET
APT
________________________________________________________________
CITY
STATE/PROVINCE
ZIP/POSTAL CODE
NEW ADDRESS: ______________________________________________
NAME
________________________________________________________________
NO.
STREET
APT
________________________________________________________________
CITY
STATE/PROVINCE
ZIP/POSTAL CODE
STOLEN UNITS
In the event that your craft is stolen, you should notify your area’s distributor warranty
department of such.
Please provide your name, address, phone number, Hull Identification Number and
date it was stolen.
Bombardier will provide a list of stolen units to all authorized Sea-Doo dealers on a
monthly basis to aid in recovery of such units to their owners.
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CHANGE OF ADDRESS
If your address has changed, be sure to fill out and mail the card provided on this
page.
Such notification is likewise necessary for your own safety even after expiration
of the original warranty, since Bombardier will be in a position to contact you if
correction to your watercraft becomes necessary.
NOTE: This card is strictly for change of address only.
CHANGE OF ADDRESS
AFFIX
PROPER
POSTAGE
BOMBARDIER
Recreational Products
Sea-Doo Warranty
Valcourt (Quebec)
Canada J0E 2L0
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