Recommended Service/Maintenance Guide

  1st
20 hrs
Every
50 hrs
Every
100 hrs
Yearly
Change Engine Oil* gold button gold button   gold button
Replace Oil Filter* gold button gold button   gold button
Check Engine Alignment gold button      
Lubricate Propeller Shaft gold button gold button   gold button
Check Water Pump & Alternator Belts for Tension* gold button gold button    
Change Water Separating Fuel Filter* gold button     gold button
Replace Carburetor Fuel Inlet Filter* gold button gold button    
Check Battery Electrolyte Level*       gold button
Check All Electrical Connections for Tightness* gold button gold button    
Check Cooling System Hoses & Connections for Leaks* gold button     gold button
Tighten Engine Mount Fasteners* gold button     gold button
Lubricate Throttle & Shift Linkage Pivot Points*       gold button
Check for Loose, Damaged or Missing Parts* gold button   gold button gold button
Inspect Propellor for Possible Damage*   gold button    
Inspect Zinc Anodes, Replace When Necessary* gold button     gold button
Check Fuel Pump Sight Glass for Leaking Diaphragm*   gold button    
Check Exhaust System for Leaks* gold button   gold button  
Inspect the Fresh Water Pump & System* gold button   gold button  

* Refer to engine operator's manual for details

Upon reaching the specified engine break-in period, an inspection should be performed by the selling dealer at local rates and paid for by the owner. After the normal break-in checkup, your Stingray should be taken to the selling dealer every six months or 100 hours of operation -- or at least once a year for lube change, tune-up, etc. The inspection and service schedule above is based on average operating conditions. Under severe operating conditions, intervals should be shortened.



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