By Jean-Luc Pallas
The goal of this publication with its specified step by step color images and diagrams, is to let each proprietor to mend their outboard motor comfortably. Troubleshooting tables aid diagnose power difficulties, and there's suggestion on average upkeep and winterising and repair.
Jean-Luc Pallas's enthusiasm for passing on his wisdom, in addition to his transparent motives, targeted recommendation and step by step directions make this a different booklet.
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When first starting, a few squeezes of the bulb should be sufficient to prime the fuel system. ✹ The bulb should feel firm and stay firm. A lack of pressure retention indicates a fuel leak. Check the bulb valves and the various connectors. Be aware that a leaking carburettor needle valve causes the same symptoms. Fuel pump at ‘intake’ phase Piston upstroke Pc = pressure in the crankcase Pa = atmospheric pressure Pp = pump pressure The piston rises. Intake of air/fuel to the crankcase The fuel pump On outboards, a diaphragm type of fuel pump is used.
This, together with sequential electronic injection systems found on 40hp engines and above, gives you top performance in terms of fuel efficiency and pollution. The engines in the higher power ranges, however, come mainly from the automobile industry. THE MAIN PARTS OF AN OUTBOARD COMMONLY USED TERMS To understand how an outboard engine works, it is useful to know the meaning of terms used by their manufacturers and mechanics. When you look at engine specifications, certain terms may puzzle you: piston displacement, bore, stroke, power at propeller shaft, etc.
They are usually found under the engine cover. ◆ To absorb accidental shock, on higher powered outboards, a neoprene bush compressed between the propeller and the hub replaces the shear pin. If the propeller strikes something, it spins around the neoprene bush, which absorbs the blow and reduces damage to the propeller and gearbox. A Nyloc nut or a castle nut and cotter pin hold the propeller in place. ✹ When simple water resistance causes continuous slippage, the propeller must be replaced. Short, long and extra-long shafts To adapt the drive system to all boat types (from the nearly flat-bottomed Zodiac to the V hull runabout to the sailboat), outboard manufacturers offer different shaft lengths.
AC Maintenance & Repair Manual for Outboard Motors by Jean-Luc Pallas