To return the bucket seat to the bow facing position:
Slide the seat completely forward or rearward (as
needed to clear coaming/side pad or seat cushion)
by using the lever located underneath the seat. See
Locate thelever on the right side of the bucket slider
mechanism and lift upward to release the pin from
the pedestal. This will allow you to rotate the seat.
See Figure N6.
Figure N8: 214 Funship™ Electric Motorhood Lift
Rotate the bucket seat inboard until it is in the for-
ward facing position. Once in position, push down
on locking lever to lock seat in position. See Fig-
ure N7. In addition, DO NOTUSE FORCE to rotate
To raise the engine hatch:
Press the engine hatch switch or manually raise
the engine hood to its open position.
Position the seat forward or aft according to the
needs of the individual by using the lever located
underneath the seat. See Figure M5.
the electric motorhood lift was used to raise the
motorhood. You must also use the electric
motorhood lift to lower the motorhood.
Tilt the steering wheel (if applicable) to the desired
position using the tilt lever knob on the steering col-
out the screw jack. Use care and proper lifting
techniques to prevent possible back injury.
DO NOT sit on the backrest portion of any cock-
pit seat. The operator could lose control of boat
or passengers could be thrown from boat. Also,
the seat may be damaged from improper use.
Place the prop rod into the u-shape holder in the
hatch and lower the hatch so the prop rod supports
the hatch. Note: Ensure you lower the screw jack
enough to allow the engine hatch to rest on the rod.
E. U - Shaped Lounger Seating
U-shaped seating is found in the Funship™ models.
Large amounts of storage space are located under ei-
ther the removeable seat cushions (214) or the hinged
seat cushions (234 & 264).
Always use the engine hatch’s prop rod when
working on the engine. This provides added
safety while helping to prolong the life of the
screw jack and engine hatch.
Motorhood (Engine Hatch)
The motorhood is incorporated in the U-shaped seating
arrangement. To gain access to the engine follow the
Never operate or trailer your boat with the en-
gine hatch in its open position. Doing so could
result in damage to the engine hatch, hardware,
and/or loss of cushions.
The Funship™ models feature a motorhood or en-
gine hatch with an electric screw jack. The screw jack
lifts and lowers the engine hatch by pressing the switch
located on the dash. The screw jack runs off the boat’s
battery. The prop rod should always be utilized to help
support the weight of the engine hatch and to provide
added safety while working on the engine. See Figure
If manually lowering the motorhood, do not al-
low the motorhood to “slam” shut. Gently guide
the motorbox into the “closed” position. Allow-
ing the motorbox to “slam” shut can damage
the fiberglass motorbox.
Funship™ Owner’s Manual
|Categories||Four Winns Freedom Manuals, Four Winns Funship Manuals, Four Winns Horizon Manuals, Four Winns Manuals, Outboard Marine Corporation Manuals|
|Tags||Four Winns Funship 214, Four Winns Funship 234, Four Winns Funship 264|
|Model Year||2003, 2004, 2005|
|Document Type||Owner's Manual|
|Product Brand||Boats and Cruisers, Four Winns. For support contact your dealer at http://www.fourwinns.com/locate-dealer.aspx|
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|Wikipedia's Page||Outboard Marine Corporation|
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