1995 Johnson/Evinrude Outboards 9.9, 15 four-stroke Service Manual, Page 146Get this manual

1995 Johnson/Evinrude Outboards 9.9, 15 four-stroke Service Manual, Page 146

Midsection Adjustments Tilt Friction Adjustment Use 9A6 inwrench to tighten the tilt shaft nut only enough to control the
increases idle speed, turning it counterclockwise decreases idle speedMake certain that throttle is in SLOW position and
the motor is at normal operating temperature before making the idle speed adjustmentMotor should idle at recommended RPM
in gearThrottle Friction Adjustment Some models are equipped with throttle friction adjustment knob located on the steering
handleTighten the knob to reduce the effort required to hold throttle setting Turn the knob: Idle Speed Adjustment clockwise
to increase friction counterclockwise to decrease friction & Tighten knob only enough to hold throttle at constant engine