2001 Four Winns V375 Boat Owners Manual

K.   Alarm System
Four Winns continually strives to improve its
products. Unit specifications, including
standard and optional equipment are
constantly being modified. Equipment
availability is also subject to change. The most
current and accurate information available at
the time of publication is included in this
manual. Some variation in equipment,
description, location, and details can result.
The V375 models have an engine alarm system
installed. This is an audible alarm that is mounted in
the helm area; it is actuated by engine water tempera-
ture and engine oil pressure senders. The alarm will
sound in the event of low engine oil pressure or high
engine coolant temperature.
The engine alarm will sound during engine start-up, or
whenever the ignition switch is positioned to ON and
the engine is not operating. The alarm sounds under
these conditions because engine oil pressure is low;
the alarm will cease to sound as soon as engine oil
pressure rises to the proper level.
These devices are only an aid to navigation.
Their accuracy can be affected by many
factors including equipment failure or defects,
environmental conditions, and improper
handling or use. It is the user’s responsibility to
exercise common prudence and navigational
judgement. These devices should not be relied
upon as a sole means of navigation nor as a
.  substitute for such prudence and judgement.
The engine alarm monitors only engine water
temperature and engine oil pressure. Always
maintain a close visual watch on the drive(s),
transmission(s), engine fluid levels, bilge water
level, etc. Refer to the engine manufacturer’s
literature for additional information.
L.   Rudder Angle Indicator Gauge - Inboards
This gauge provides you with the information regard-
ing the angle of the rudders relative to the straight
ahead position. A rudder angle sender sends the
angle information to the rudder angle indicator gauge
mounted on the lower instrument gauge panel. See
Section G-4 for more information regarding the rudder
angle indicator.
M.  Navigational Equipment
Four Winns offers a navigational package as an
option. See Figure E12. Please consult the manufac-
turer’s literature included in the owner’s packet for
operation and maintenance of these navigational
systems (if installed).
VHF Radio
Figure E12: Navigation Package
(Representative View - Models & Equipment May Vary )
Four Winns does not limit you to this specific
navigational package mentioned above. There
are many navigational systems on the market
today. You may desire to use a different
system based on your needs, personal
preference, and mounting space available.
Ship to Shore VHF Radio
A VHF radio is optional equipment offered with the
selection of the navigation package option. It provides
reliable communication between vessels, and from
ship to public or private shore stations. It is pro-
grammed for two-way communication on all the
International, U.S. and Canadian channels plus
reception on separate weather channels, and the
international calling and safety channels (16/9).
Engines, Drives and Instrumentation - Section E
Owner’s Manual Page 64
Product Specification
CategoriesFour Winns Manuals, Four Winns V-Series Manuals
Model Year2011
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