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Pre-operation check points
Perform the pre-launch checks in the pre-op-
eration checklist while the watercraft is on
To perform the pre-launch checks:
(1) Remove the seat. (See page 44 for seat
removal and installation procedures.)
(2) Perform the checks and make sure that
there are no malfunctioning items or oth-
(3) After completing these checks, securely
install the seat in its original position.
Engine compartment check
Failure to ventilate the engine compart-
ment could result in a fire or explosion. Do
not start the engine if there is a fuel leak.
Ventilate the engine compartment. Leave the
engine compartment open for a few minutes
to allow any fuel vapors to escape.
Make sure that there is no damage inside the
Fuel system checks
Leaking fuel can result in fire or explosion.
● Check for fuel leakage regularly.
● If any fuel leakage is found, the fuel sys-
tem must be repaired by a qualified me-
chanic. Improper repairs can make the
watercraft unsafe to operate.
Make sure that there is no damage, leakage,
or other problem in the fuel system.
● Fuel filler cap and seal for damage
● Fuel tank for damage and leakage
● Fuel hoses and joints for damage and leak-
● Fuel tank breather hose for damage and
Fuel level check
Check the fuel level in the fuel tank.
Add fuel if necessary. (See page 50 for infor-
mation on filling the fuel tank.)
Water separator check
Make sure that no water has collected in the
water separator. If water has collected in the
water separator, drain it. (See page 34 for in-
formation on draining the water separator.)
Engine unit check
Check the exterior of the engine unit for dam-
age or other problem.
Engine oil level check
Make sure that the engine oil level is between
the minimum and maximum level marks on
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