Yamaha Outboard Alarm
I'm making an assumption that this is a Yamaha 2 stroke engine?
My understand from others is that Yamaha's do not emit a tone when the key is turned to the on position.
However, I believe to hear the warning alarm, pull the safety lanyard. When the key is turned to the start position the horn will sound. This will verify the alarm works.
Next, there are a bunch of sensors you can test separately to verify their operation, depending on your comfort level with this type of stuff.
DISCLAIMER - I'm not a Yamaha mechanic nor can I confirm what you're doing so if you're uncomfortable, take it to an authorized Yahama dealer and have them run a diagnostic.
Pull the sensor and hold a lighter to it. It should alarm, if not it needs to be serviced.
You can also easily disconnect the pink and black wires going to the overtemp
sensor on the head. Then, on the engine side, plug the
black wire lead into the pink wire lead. The alarm should sound.
Low Oil Alarm
The glass sight
tube can be removed and the main oil tank drained into a clean container. When
the oil gets low the alarm should sound. Just turn the motor off as soon as the
alarm sounds so the motor is never run without oil.
If the alarm does not sound get the system serviced.
Hope this helps
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New and Used Yamaha Outboard Motors For Sale
Are you looking for a New or Used Yamaha Outboard Motor For Sale? If you are you have come to the right place, Westshore Marine specializes in all things Yamaha, including their Outboard Motor line-up. It doesnt matter if youre looking to purchase the outboard by itself or package it with a Lund boat or other great lines we stock Westshore Marine carries and stocks all models of Yamaha 4-stroke outboards and offer great outboard and boat financing promotions on them. Contact us and find out why so many Yamaha buyers are choosing Westshore Marine as their Yamaha Destination.
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What year model is my Yamaha outboard?
Knowing the details of your Yamaha outboard is very important when wishing to order spare parts and ensure the parts supplied are correct. Everyday our staff deal with customers on the phone or over the counter regarding spare parts and the first thing we need to do is correctly identify your outboard.
Yamaha outboards are fitted with an identification plate (see main picture) on the port side engine mount bracket; this is the bracket that mounts the outboard to the transom of your boat. The outboard plate displays the model code, shaft length, serial number and older models also a quick reference letter that reflects 'production year' reference. Modern outboards do not show the quick reference letter.
The best way and the way in which a dealer will identify 'production year' is by entering the serial number into the Yamaha system and cross check the details with the model code. Remember this is 'production year' not year model compliance by warranty registration.
If you have an older outboard and wish to use the quick reference details, please find the guide below:
Quick reference letter guide:
D - , C - , B - , A - , Z - , Y - , X - , W - , V - , U -
T - , S - , R - , Q - , P - , N - , K - , J - , H - , G -
F - , D - , C - , B - , A - , Z - , Y - , X -
Keep in mind there is various models of outboards in similar horse power groups so knowing just the year reference is not enough to look up a spare part; for example in the twenty year period to 40hp models included:
40VMHDL, 40VWHTOL, 40VETOL, E40XMHL, 40XWTL, F40BMHDL, F40BWHTL, F40BETL, F40FEHDL, F40FEHTL, F40FETL, F40LHA, F40LEHA, F40LA
What this means is you require two parts of information to order parts correctly - model and production year.
If you require further help with identifying your Yamaha outboard please contact our spare parts team on 07 or visit our dealership in Brisbane - Old Cleveland Road Stones Corner (Greenslopes).
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Yamaha Outboards Mid-Sized Motors: the F and F
If you're looking at hot new fishboat options in the 18 to 21 foot range, there's a good chance you'll be choosing between the Yamaha F and the Yamaha F as outboard motor options. There's a big jump between these two size ranges, which is because stepping up from the F to the F means going from a cubic inch displacement engine (the same powerhead as is used for the Yamaha F90) to a cubic inch displacement engine. That's a big deal, especially in a size range where these very different powerplants could be used on the very same transom. So let's take a deeper look at each.
The Yamaha F Four-Stroke Outboard Engine
The Yamaha F is a cc in-line-four with EFI, a 35 amp alternator, optional Command Link with variable trolling speed control (which allows for 50 rpm adjustments to dial in trolling speeds), and is available in and inch shaft lengths. It weighs pounds, and received a do-over in when Yamaha went to a new throttle body (60mm), a new exhaust design, and large diameter intake and exhaust valves. The original F came out in and there are still plenty of these motors shredding the water today; both the original and new versions score high marks for reliability and longevity.
Yamaha F Four-Stroke Outboard Engine
The Yamaha F is also an in-line-four, with cc - cc, 35/50 amp alternators, EFI, and the same Command Link capabilities. It tips the scales at pounds maximum (though we note that Yamaha published weights excluding oil, gear lube, and propeller). The F is one of Yamaha's all-time most popular outboards, and was refreshed just three years ago with a new cowl design, and a smoother clutch dog. Despite a (easily remedied) counter-balance issue early on with pre models, through time the F has developed an awesome reputation for reliability and longevity. In fact, many people consider post F's to be one of the most reliable four-stroke outboards ever produced.
So, just exactly what does all this mean, in an apples-to-apples performance comparison? An Alumacraft Dominator Sport (which weighs 1, pounds) rigged with the F cruises at 27 MPH while spinning rpm; at this speed it gets mpg. At wide-open throttle, the F propels the Dominator to 39 mph and gets mpg.
The exact same boat rigged with the F turns just rpm to get up to 27 mph, while it cruises at 37 mph at rpm, and gets mpg at this speed. At WOT, the boat hits mph and gets mpg.
What do these numbers tell us? For starters, the F obviously provides one heck of a lot more speed. But interestingly, it doesn't chug any more fuel to do so at reatively low but realistic cruising speeds. In fact, at 27 mph it actually burns less fuel. So if you believe a F will fit your needs better because it's more economical to run, it's time to revisit that consideration. True, few of us would be able to resist goosing the throttle well beyond rpm on a regular basis, and the 's advantage would evaporate along with running it harder. But it's also true that on boats of the size which these engines are appropriate for, quite regularly sea conditions may force you to slow down, anyway.
Where the F does save you money, however, is in initial cost. The F will run you around $12, or $13,, and the F is usually $2, to $2, less. While 20 percent or so in cost is certainly significant, for most people buying a new boat, it won't be a make-or-break difference. The weight of these engines, however, is a more important consideration. Remember that the F weighs in at a solid pounds heavier. On a small boat, this can be a big deal.
Which engine will be the right choice for you, and the boat you're looking at? That's a question we can't answer, since every boat and every owner is a bit different. But we can say one thing with confidence: we don't think you can go wrong choosing either of these powerplants.
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