1995 Johnson/Evinrude Outboards 125-300 90 degree LV Service Manual, Page 406Get this manual

1995 Johnson/Evinrude Outboards 125-300 90 degree LV Service Manual, Page 406

General Safety Warnings Before working on any part of the power trimtilt system, read the section called Safety at the end
each component with shop cloth as you remove itDo not apply heat to the trim manifold or cylinder bodyHeat can cause high
pressure leaks or failure of parts, or bothIf you open the manual release valve to manually tilt the motor up, be aware that
the motor cannot be held up by merely closing the valveThe motor must be held up by the tilt support, the trailering bracket,
or suitable hoistThe motor must be lowered manually, or with hoist, until it is resting on the trim cylindersBefore returning
the motor to your customer: Make sure the manual release valve is tightened (turn clockwise) to reactivate the motor's shock
absorption protection, reverse thrust capability, and all the trimtilt functions Make sure the trim limiter rod is installed
and in the same location as it was when the motor was brought in for serviceLeaving the trim limiter rod out, or inserting
it closer to the boat, will allow the motor to trim in farther than expected by your customerUnexpected additional trim-in