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Set it at 0.6mm
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Honda Boating | Answered on May 26, 2019


Hydraulic fluid is most likely low. Refill it, then work the motor up and down about four or five times. Recheck and refill reservoir. Run up and down several times until you get a smooth up and down motion. Recheck /refill. Any air in the line will work it's way out on it's own. Be sure to look for any leakage.

Honda Boating | Answered on Nov 24, 2018


If you go by the numbers it looks like December 1940 If its an old one this sounds about right.

Honda Boating | Answered on Aug 23, 2018


It's a little vague . What's the problem ? Over heating , fuel in oil , water in oil? Over heating will be a water pump problem , water in your oil is a bad head gasket, fuel in oil is passing rings . Honda's are great engines but they must be broken in properly .

Honda Boating | Answered on Aug 04, 2018


yes they make millions of them

Honda Boating | Answered on Aug 02, 2018


yep cool story here

Honda Boating | Answered on Jul 29, 2018


Those systems have an injector + mechanical pump... check the fuel line to see if its getting a restriction . And the filters.. If not there check the float bowel located on the right side ( standing behind the boat looking forward. It's located under the air intake...if it isn't allowing enough fuel in you'll stall. Honda is a good engine but the engineers got lazy when they left half of the system efi and half mechanical.

Honda Boating | Answered on Apr 26, 2018


haven't line up the selector shaft with it in neutral
pull the leg off and do it again

Honda Boating | Answered on Mar 10, 2018


The first things to check are the Thermostat and the Impeller. Also make sure there are no blockages in the water intake.
Have you checked the lower unit oil?

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Honda Boating | Answered on Nov 25, 2017


the term dirt dobbers is not known out side your area so you will have to give a detailed lo what they are so that an answer can be given
also when you say inner workings are you referring to the cooling system , the sump or the fuel system

Honda Boating | Answered on Oct 16, 2017


It's normal if you remove the cable harness, the alarm goes off.
Check your engine oil level.
Disconnect the engine temperature sender. If it then stops sounding, replace the sender.
Does the alarm still sounds when the engine is running?
Does the engine has had his maintenance?
Maybe you can post the exact engine type, so we can look for the exact alarms wiring system...

Honda Boating | Answered on Oct 01, 2017


Many manufacturers recommend removing the propeller to tank test small motors the small stream above is what is called a tell tale so you know the pump is working .

Honda Boating | Answered on Aug 13, 2017


The first and easiest thing to do is replace the spark plugs and gap them. After that is it a guessing game for electrics or fuel delivery. My advice for marine engines is always professional service as the consequences of breaking down on the water are always a problem. The engine is only 10 years old so it probably has onboard diagnostics. The engineer connects it to a computer and it tells him what is wrong.

Honda Boating | Answered on Aug 09, 2017

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