1995 Johnson/Evinrude Outboards 125-300 90 degree LV Service Manual, Page 34Get this manual

1995 Johnson/Evinrude Outboards 125-300 90 degree LV Service Manual, Page 34

Off-Season Storage Use the following procedure to properly prepare Johnson and Evinrude outboards for extended periods of
fuel Two quarts of OMC Storage Fogging Oil One pint of Johnson or Evinrude Outboard Lubricant 2112 ozof OMC 2+4 fuel conditioner
4Connect the tank containing the "storage mixture" to the engineLeave the oil supply hose connected to the engineRun the
engine on the "storage mixture" at approximately 1500 RPM for five minutes INote Do not disconnect fuel hose or run equipped
engines out of fuelDisconnecting fuel hose while engine is running could cause excessive oil consumption and eventual hard
starting 5Stop engine and remove all spark plugsSpray liberal amount of OMC Storage Fogging Oil into the spark plug holes6Turn
flywheel clockwise to distribute the fogging oil throughout the cylindersInstall and torque the spark plugs Prevent accidental
starting during storage; leave spark plug leads off all of the spark plugs8If the engine is equipped with portable fuel tank,