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Old 08 September 2005, 13:15   #1
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How do I use Yamaha 9.9d 2-stroke outboard?

New to boating, I just got given this engine in good condition, works well, but I don't know how to use the three levers properly. No operating manual.

Lever 1: faces towards boat. I seem to have to depress that to tilt the motor up. Does it have any other function?

Lever 2: Facing towards the stern of the boat this is on the left. It has an L-shaped slot. I use this to tilt the engine down into the water, and also to latch the motor in the tilted up position. Does it have any other function.

Lever 3: Below lever 2, it swivels a bracket that appears to control how much the motor swivels down. What's it for?

Any help much appreciated!
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Old 08 September 2005, 13:24   #2
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Yamaha are about the ONLY people who allow you to download the owners manuals!!!

http://www.yamaha-motor.com/outboard...d_manuals.aspx

Chose the year and the model etc and download the pdf file.

For some stupid reason they have blocked you from printing but I soon got around that!!!
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Of course some people on here reckon I don't know what I am on about so be careful - maybe the manuals are written in double dutch or tripple crap or similar!!!
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Any help much appreciated!
yew nead a bote too gow wiv itt

fuk mee i crakk miself upp

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Old 08 September 2005, 14:52   #5
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Of course some people on here reckon I don't know what I am on about so be careful - maybe the manuals are written in double dutch or tripple crap or similar!!!
Thanks for your quick reply. Well, I don't know your reputation but what an excellent link you gave. It doesn't cover my exact model, I think mine may be earlier than the earliest on the web site, but it may be similar enough to be useful. So I downloaded it and saved it. Haven't tried to see if I can print it yet.
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Hmmm... I wondered why I kept sinking.
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Yamaha are about the ONLY people who allow you to download the owners manuals!!!

http://www.yamaha-motor.com/outboard...d_manuals.aspx

Chose the year and the model etc and download the pdf file.

For some stupid reason they have blocked you from printing but I soon got around that!!!
Codprawn.. I give up.. HOW did you print it?
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Old 08 September 2005, 17:29   #8
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Codprawn.. I give up.. HOW did you print it?
You need acrobat reader to open and / or print the file

get it here http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html
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You need acrobat reader to open and / or print the file

get it here http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html
NOT as simple as that - it is a protected file - it needs to be hacked to be able to print!!!

You need an acrobat password cracker.............
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Hmmm... I wondered why I kept sinking.
Could try stapping it to your arse and wear two pairs af armbands.
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