Honda Bf100 Marine Outboard Owners Manual

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Honda BF75-BF100 Marine Outboard Owners Manual 7.5 HP and 10 HP Honda outboard manual

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  • 1. Thank you for purchasing a Honda Outboard Motor.This manual covers operation and maintenance of the Honda .OutboardMotor. All information in this publication is based on the latest productinformation available at the time of approval for printing.Honda Motor Co., Ltd. reserves the right to make changes at any time withoutnotice and without incurring any obligation.No part of this publication may be reproduced without written permission.This manual should, be considered a permanent part of the Outboard Motorand should remain with the Outboard Motor when it is sold.Pay special attention to statements preceded by the following words:B Indicates a strong possibility of severe personal injury or loss oflife if instructions are not followed.CAUTION: Indicates a possibility of personal injury or equipment damage ifinstructions are not followed.NOTE: Gives helpful information.If a problem should arise, or if you have any questions about the OutboardMotor, consult an authorized Honda dealer.m Honda Outboard Motors are designed to give safe and dependableservice if operated according to instructions. Read and understand theOwners Manual before operating the Outboard Motor. Failure to do so couldresult in personal injury or equipment damage

2. 2 3. CONTENTS1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ...........................................................2. WARNING LABELS ...................................................................3. COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION ..................................................4. INSTALLATION .......................................................................5. PRE-OPERATION CHECK ...........................................................6. STARTING THE ENGINE ............................................................7. OPERATION ............................................................................8. STOPPING THE ENGINE .......................... . .................................. High altitude operation ............................................................9. MAINTENANCE .......................................................................10. TRANSPORTING/STORAGE .......................................................11. TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................12. SPECIFICATIONS .....................................................................13. WIRING DIAGRAM ...................................................................14. OPTIONAL PARTS ....................................................................15. WARRANTY SERVICE ...............................................................4568101318242425363839404142. 4. .I. SAFETY lNSTF?UCTUONSTo ensure safe operation-0 Understand the operation of all controls, and know how to stop theengine quickly -READ THIS OWNERS MANUAL CAREFULLY.0 Do not exceed the boat manufacturers power recommendation, and besure the outboard motor is properly mounted.0 Never permit anyone to operate the outboard motor without properinstruction.0 Stop the engine immediately if any passenger falls overboard.0 Do not run the motor while the boat is near any person in the water.0 Exhaust gas contains poisonous carbon monoxide. Never run the out-boardmotor in a closed garage or confined area.0 Gasoline is extremely flammable and is explosive under certain condi-tions.Refuel in a well ventilated area with the engine stopped.0 Do not smoke or allow flames or sparks where the engine is refueled orwhere gasoline is stored.0 Do not overfill the fuel tank, and make sure the fuel tank cap is securelyclosed after refueling.0 Be careful not to spill fuel when refueling. Fuel vapor or spilled fuel mayignite. If any fuel is spilled, make sure the area is dry before starting theengine.4 5. 2. WARNING LABELSFRONT LABELCheck oil level before starting.9Controler obligatoirement le niveauB dhuile avant de d8marrer.1ISTARTING CAUTION LABELII . DO NOT OPERATE WITH ENGINE COVER REMOVED. PULL STARTER LIGHTLY UNTIL SOME RESISTANCE IS FELT. IITHEN PULL k lARD AND FAST.. OTEUR EN MARCHE AVEC LE LEVIER DESVlTESSES AV POINT MORT.CAMSHAFT PULLEY LABEL. NE PAS FAIRE FONCTIONNER LE MOTEUR LE CAPOT RELEVE 1II * TIPER LE LANCEUR DOUCEMENT. PUIS FORIEMENT A LA IIRECOIL STARTER CAUTION LABELFUEL TANK CAUTION LABEL0 ESSUYER TOUTE ESSENCE RENVERSEE.5. 6. 3. COMPONENT ODENTUFICATOONFUEL LINE CONNSTARTER GRIPTHROTTLE FRICTION KNOBENGINE COVER LOCK LEVERGEAR OIL LEVEL BOLTWATER INTAKEGEAR OIL DRAIN BOLTFUEL TANKTOOL KITPRIMER BULBSPARE OILCONTAINERFUEL LINE CONNECTOR(FEMALE)6 7. DIPSTICK _c ;;;;;r;-;TTONSPARE SHEAR PINSAND COTTER PINSTILT LEVERENGINE OIL DRAIN SCREWCLAMP SCREWENGINE SERIAL NUMBER* Always list the serial number whenordering parts.ANTI-CAVITATION PLATEEXHAUSTWATER CHECK TUBE7 8. 4. INSTALLATIONTRANSOM HEIGHTIt is your responsibility to choose aboat suitable for the engine (9.9horsepower BFlOO, 7.5 horsepowerBF75).M Do not exceed the boatmanufacturers power recommen-dation.Damage and injury mayresult.1. Installation PositionInstall at the stern at the center lineof the boat.2. Installation HeightMake sure that the transom heightis correct for the motor. Incorrectinstallation height will reduce per-formance.The motor should be installed sothat the anti-cavitation plate is 2-5cm (0.8-2.0 in) below the bottomof the boat.CAUTION: The water level must beat least 4 inches above the anticavita-tionplate, otherwise the water pumpmay not receive sufficient coolingwater, and the engine will overheat.3. Motor AttachmentAttach the stern bracket to thetransom and tighten the clampscrews.CAUTION: -.While operating the boat, checkthe tightness of the clamp screwsoccasionally.Tie a rope through the hole inthe stern bracket and secure theother end of the rope to theboat. This will orevent accidental tSTERN CENTERI 2-5 cmlO.8-2.0 in.)ANTI-CAVITATION PLATEloss of the motor. ROPE 9. 4. Motor Angle (In cruising)Adjust the motor so the axis of thepropeller is parallel with the watersurface.INCORRECT INCORRECTCAUSES BOAT TO SQUAT CAUSES BOAT TO PLOW5. Motor Angle AdjustmentCORRECTGIVES MAXIMUM PERFORMANCEIf the propeller axis is not parallelwith the water surface, adjust bychanging the adjusting rod position.There are four adjusting stages.1. Push in (A) the adjusting rod,twist upwards (B) and pull out toremove.2. Inserting the rod in the properhole, twist it down to lock.-CAUTION: To prevent damage tothe motor or boat, make sure theadjusting rod is locked.USTING ROD3 .A.ADJUSTING RODTO CHANGE UNLOCKEDPOSITIONHi. ..A..~TO LLOCKED POSITION9 10. 5. PRE-OPERATION CHECK1. Check the engineoil level.CAUTION:l Engine oil is a major factor affecting engine performance and service life.Non-detergent and low quality oils are not recommended.l Running the engine with insufficient oil can cause serious engine damage.Use Honda 4-stroke oil, or an equiv-alenthigh detergent, premium qual-itymotor oil certified t0 meet orexceed U.S. automobile manu-facturersrequirements for ServiceClassification SE or SF. (Motor oilsclassified SE or SF will show thisdesignation on the container.) -1Select the appropriate viscosity for-30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 40Cthe average temperature in yourarea. SAE low-40 is recommendedfor general, all-temperature use.1. Position the outboard motor vertically, and remove the engine cover.2. Remove the dipstick and wipe with a clean rag.3. Reinsert the dipstick, and check the oil level with the dipstick resting onthe filler opening (do not screw in). If the oil level is down toward the400 cc mark, fill to the 800 cc mark.Oil capacity: 0.8 II (0.85 US qt)ENGINE COVER LOCK LEVER*DIPSTICK10 11. 2. Check the fuel levelCheck the fuel gauge and refill the tank if the fuel level is low.NOTE: Open the vent knob before removing the fuel filler cap. When thevent knob is firmly closed, the cap will be difficult to remove.Use any regular grade automotive gasoline (unleaded gasoline is preferred)with a pump octane rating of 86 or higher. Never use an oil/gasolinemixture or dirty gasoline. Avoid getting dirt, dust or water in the fuel tank.CAUTION: Gasoline substitutes are not recommended; they may beharmful to the fuel system components.Fuel tank capacity: 13 II (3.4 US gal)l Gasoline is extremely flammable and explosive under certain conditions.Refuel in a well ventilated area with the engine stopped.l Do not smoke or allow flames or sparks near the fuel tank and fuel line.l Do not overfill the tank and make sure the filler cap is securely closedafter refueling.l Be careful not to spill fuel when refueling. Fuel vapor or spilled fuelmay ignite. If any fuel is spilled, make sure the area is dry before startingthe engine.FUEL S;AUGE VENT KNOB11 12. 3. Check the following items.l Check the propeller, the shear pin, and the cotter pin to be sure they aresecure and undamaged.l Check the stern bracket to be sure the motor is securely installed.l Check steering handle operation.l Make sure you have the tool kit and spare parts with you (P. 26).12 13. 6. STARTING THE ENGINECAUTION: Damage to the water pump, engine components and exhaustsystem may occur if the motor is operated while the propeller is out thewater.1. Connect the fuel line to the tank and outboard motor, as shown. Be surethe connectors are securely latched.NOTE:l Position the fuel tank so the tank fuel line connector is no more than 1meter (3.3 ft) below the motor fuel line connector.l Do not place the fuel tank more than 2 meters (6.6 ft) away from themotor.l Be sure that the fuel line is not kinked.FEMALE FUEL LINE CONNECTOR- TO MOTORMALE FUEL LI CONNECTOR-TO FUEL TANK2. Open the fuel cap vent knob 2 to 3 turns.3. Squeeze and release the primer bulb until it feels firm, indicating that fuelhas reached the motor. Check for leaks.w If any fuel is spilled, make sure the area is dry before startingthe engine. Spilled fuel may ignite.NOTE: Do not use the primer bulb whiie the engine is running.PRIMER BULB13 14. Starting1. Put the shift lever in NEUTRAL.2. A