A - 9 ENGINE OPERATIONAL
B. Cold / Warm Engine Start (EFI)
Move the control handle to NEUTRAL detent
Consult engine operator’s manual for
speciﬁc procedure for your particular
model. The following information is general
in nature. Additional general information is
located in Section S.
Turn the key switch to start and hold until engine
starts, for no longer than 10 seconds. If engine
does not start, let go momentarily, then try again.
2b. For diesel engines, you must ﬁrst turn the ignition
key to the ON position and wait 30 seconds,
allowing preheaters to activate. After 30 seconds,
turn key switch to START position and hold until
engine starts. DO NOT hold in START position
for more than ten seconds.
A. Before Starting
Check the engine compartment for water, gas,
and/or oil leaks of any kind. Keep the bilge in a
clean condition to prevent blower and bilge pump
damage, and ﬁre hazards.
As soon as engine starts, release key to ON or
Check the ﬂuid levels of the engine oil and power
steering system daily. Fill oil or steer ing ﬂuid as
required by the indications on the dip sticks. Refer
to the Table 1: “SAE Viscosity Chart - Gas” and
your engine manual included in the owner’s
packet. DO NOT USE MULTIGRADE OIL.
Priming is not necessary for EFI engines.
Refer to the engine owner’s manual for
NEVER turn key to START position when
engine is running.
IF THE LOWEST
SAE VISCOSITY OILS
C) and above
0 F (-18 C) to 32 F (0 C)
O O O O
When starting engine, do not allow engine
to “over-rev”. Engine damage could result.
“Over-revving” engine after off-season
storage could also damage the water pump
Below 0 F (-18 C)
*Temperature range you expect to operate.
Note: Use only single viscosity oils.
Table 1: SAE Viscosity Chart - Gas
Diesel engines use a Series IIID oil, SAE15W/40.
Refer to your diesel engine owner’s manual for
When starting engine for the ﬁrst time after
off-season storage, always idle engine for
ten minutes to allow the water pump to
Power steering and power trim use automatic
trans mission ﬂuid. Check the ﬂuid levels in the
vertical drive units or transmission as often as
C. Shifting and Control Speed
Start and operate the bilge blower system for at
least four (4) minutes before start-up.
If your boat is equipped with a non-OEM
remote control system, ask your dealer how
to properly operate it.
Lower the vertical outdrive units making sure the
water intakes are under the water.
Operation - Section A
Owner’s Manual Page 19
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