The engine hatch can be lifted without the
screw jack. Use care and proper lifting
techniques to prevent possible back injury.
Do not have person(s) sitting in stern seat or on
engine hatch while attempting to raise engine
hatch. Possible injury to person(s) and/or
damage to engine hatch and components may
Never operate or trailer your boat with the
engine hatch in its open position. Doing so
could result in damage to the engine hatch,
hardware, and/or loss of cushions.
To lower the engine hatch:
Figure M15: Electric Lift for Engine Hatch
Press the engine hatch switch (“DOWN”) to lower
the engine hatch to its closed position.
To raise the engine hatch:
1b. If lowering engine hatch manually, raise the hatch
slightly and remove the engine hatch support
(if applicable). Carefully lower the engine hatch to
its closed position. Do not allow it to just drop to
Remove the cockpit table or aft ﬁll-in cushion
(if currently installed).
Press the engine hatch switch (“UP”) to raise
the engine hood to its open position.
The engine hatch can be lifted manually if the screw
jack fails to operate.
If closing the engine hatch manually, do not
allow the engine hatch to “slam” shut. Allowing
the engine hatch to “slam” shut can damage
the ﬁberglass and/or cause bodily injury.
To raise the engine hatch manually:
Carefully raise the engine hatch using the hand
hold and prop open.
Reinstall the cockpit table or aft ﬁll-in cushion
(if so desired).
Without properly propping engine hatch open
during manual lifting procedure, engine hatch
may fall resulting in possible personal injury
and/or damage to engine hatch and
Cushions, if not properly stored and secured,
can blow out of the boat.
Exterior Equipment - Section M
Owner’s Manual Page 133
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