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How do I properly maintain my outboard motor? VerifiedProper maintenance for an outboard motor includes regular oil and filter changes, checking and replacing the fuel filter, cleaning or replacing the spark plugs, and checking the gear lube level. It's also important to keep the cooling system clean, check the propeller for damage and keep the motor clean. It's recommended to consult the manual of your motor for specific instructions and recommended service intervals.
What is the recommended oil type and oil change interval for my outboard motor? VerifiedThe recommended oil type and change interval for your outboard motor will vary depending on the make and model of your motor. It's important to consult the owner's manual or the manufacturer's website for specific instructions. As a general rule, 4-stroke outboard motors should use marine-specific 4-stroke oil, and it is recommended to change it every 100 hours of use or annually whichever comes first. 2-stroke outboard motors should use TC-W3 rated oil and it is recommended to change it every 50 hours of use or every season.
How do I properly winterize my outboard motor? VerifiedTo properly winterize your outboard motor, you should first add a fuel stabilizer to the gas tank and run the engine for a few minutes to circulate the stabilizer through the fuel system. Next, change the oil and oil filter and check the gear lube level. Drain the lower unit by removing the drain plug. Finally, fog the engine with a spray lubricant and cover the motor to protect it from the elements.
How do I properly store my outboard motor? VerifiedTo properly store your outboard motor, you should first make sure it is cleaned and properly winterized. Next, remove the propeller and store it in a dry place. Finally, cover the motor and store it in a dry, protected area to prevent damage from the elements. It's also recommended to store it on an engine stand to prevent oil from pooling on the lower unit.