Question about Yamaha Boating
There is a 'brake' screw (with a spring around it) on the vertical tube under the engine.
Screw in the have a stiffer steering.
If it still don't stiff the steering, the system inside is worn out or bent.
You'll have to remove the 4 bolts holding both halves together and remove the complete engine from the steering bracket to get access for repairs.
Posted on Nov 15, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
reg unleaded gas.
You haven't specified as to its year of manufacture, so if its older, as in a 2 stroke, it'll be a mix of gas and outboard oil.
If its a newer model, a 4 stroke, it'll be injected(Gas and oil seperate)
If you are totally unsure, Consult your owners manual and if you have none, then any Yamaha dealer can use the serial # off the motor to establish any specs on it for you.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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