The helm and cable assembly (if applicable) should
be so adjust ed that the steering wheel is centered with
the drives or rudders in the straight ahead position.
There should be an equal number of turns to port and
starboard from the straight ahead position. If adjust-
ment becomes necessary, see your Four Winns
All cables, helm assemblies, and steering connections
should be periodically lubricated with a light, water-
proof grease or as indicated in the manufacturers
information provided in the owner’s packet.
Inboard boats should also be inspected for leakage
around the rudder port seal. The packing nut(s) should
be tight enough to prevent leakage, yet loose enough
so excessive drag is not placed on the rudder shafts.
Hard steering could otherwise result. If the leakage
cannot be stopped without exerting excessive drag on
the rudder shaft, replacement of the seal is required.
To prevent water from entering into the boat,
always be sure the lock nuts are tightened
securely to prevent the packing nuts from
Hydraulic steering systems must periodically have all
air purged from the system. Review the information
provided by the hydraulic steering manufacturer for
proper speciﬁ cations and details on system ser vice
Steering Systems - Section G
Owner’s Manual Page 72
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