2001 Four Winns V375 Boat Owners Manual

C.   Temperature Gauge -
(Included in 4-in-1 Gauge)
Fuel gauges are not precision instruments.
The reading is relative, and should never
be relied upon as the sole indicator of fuel
The temperature gauge monitors the cooling system
of the engine. A sudden increase in the temperature
could be a signal of a blocked cooling passage or a
water pump malfunction.
Use only clean, dry fuel of the type and grade
recommended by the engine manufacturer.
The use of incorrect or contaminated fuel
can cause engine malfunction and serious
damage. Refer to Section I - Fuel System
for additional information.
Operation of an overheated engine can
result in engine seizure. If an unusually high
temperature reading occurs, shut the engine
off immediately.
D.   Oil Pressure Gauge -
(Included in 4-in-1 Gauge)
G.   Power Trim Gauge
The oil pressure gauge indicates the pressure in the
engine lubrication system. A drop in oil pressure is a
possible indication of oil pump or leakage problems.
The V375 models equipped with stern drives have a
“power trim gauges.” This gauge provides a visual
indication of the inward-outward (trim angle) position
of the outdrive. There is not a trailer travel mode on
the gauge.
Operation of an engine with abnormally low
oil pressure can lead to engine damage and
possible seizure. Have the engine serviced
immediately upon a reduced oil pressure
H.   Gas Vapor Detector
A gas vapor detector is optional equipment on the
V375. If equipped, the gauge mounts in the dash.
Additional information can be found in Section
I-1H - Gas Vapor Detector in this manual.
E.   Voltmeter - (Included in 4-in-1 Gauge)
Engine Hour Meter
The voltmeter monitors battery condition and thus
alternator performance. See Section H - Electrical
Systems for additional information on voltmeter
Engine hour meters are standard on the V375 models
and provides a numeric record of elapsed engine
operating time. This information is important
in determining scheduled maintenance intervals, ships
log data, cruise information, etc. The hour meter is
located at the helm with the tachometer/hour meter
combination gauge.
F.   Fuel Gauge -
(Included in 4-in-1 Gauge)
The Fuel Gauge displays the level of fuel that is
present in the fuel tank. Refer to Section I - Fuel
System for additional information.
Ignition Switch
The ignition switch has three positions: OFF, RUN,
and START. The START position is spring loaded
and the key should be held in this position until the
engine starts. The key will return to the RUN position
once released. Always turn the key to the OFF
position when the engine is not running. This will
prevent discharging of the batteries. Additional
information on ignition switch operation is covered
in Section A - Operation of this manual.
Due to the mechanical nature of the fuel sender, varia-
tions in readings during various speeds of operation
may occur. This system is merely a relative indication
of the available fuel supply and not a calibrated
instrument. Refer to Section I-1F - Fuel Senders for
additional information.
Engines, Drives and Instrumentation - Section E
Owner’s Manual Page 63
Product Specification
CategoriesFour Winns Manuals, Four Winns V-Series Manuals
Model Year2011
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