Maintenance MattersĀ® A Simple Guide for the longevity of your Outboard


Protection And Peace of Mind

Why Maintenance?
From their painstaking design to their meticulous construction, Yamaha outboards are manufactured to provide you with years of enjoyment.
 
But high load, high-RPM operation, extreme temperatures and humidity, saltwater, sun, even long periods of non-use can all exact a heavy toll. Regular maintenance is important in helping your outboard meet the demands of these challenging environments, and only you can make sure it happens.
Benefits of Maintenance 
Spending a relatively small amount of time making sure your outboard is in proper condition is simple to do, and:
  • You’ll have more hours of trouble-free enjoyment on the water.
  • You’ll preserve your investment with a higher resale value.
  • Your boat will be ready when you are.
  • It’s easier and costs less to maintain than repair.
  • Yamaha dealers stand ready to help.
So what are the basics? Keep your outboard ready to run with basic maintenance like:
Professional Maintenance
Outboard maintenance doesn’t need to be difficult or expensive. Whether you do it all yourself or have one of approximately 2,000 authorized Yamaha Marine dealers do parts of it for you, we’re committed to helping you maintain your outboard in a way that’s easy to do and easy to understand. 

Maintenance Schedules

Your Outboard at Your Fingertips

The MyYamahaOutboards App
Dealer-completed service. DIY maintenance. Track it all with MyYamahaOutboards. It puts your complete outboard maintenance history at your fingertips. Plus, you can keep custom trip logs and checklists, request service and so much more.

Capacities & Specs

Please select the engine type and model number to view the engine's capacities and specifications.

Engine Type
Displacement
Bore x Stroke
Prop Shaft Horsepower
Full Throttle RPM Range
Variable Trolling RPM Range
HP Rating at Propshaft
Alternator Output at W.O.T.
Compression Ratio
Fuel Induction System
Weight
Recommended Fuel
Recommended Engine Oil
Recommended Fuel Filtration
Exhaust
Intake
Ignition
Spark Plug
Alternator Output
Starting System
Lubrication
Engine Oil Capacity
Recommended Cooling
Steering
Ethanol Blend Limit
Gear Ratio
Gear Shift
Control Method
Shaft Length
Degree of Tilt
Degree of Trim
C.A.R.B. Rating
Dry Weight
Mounting Centers
Steering Angle (maximum)
Warranty

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