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OPERATORS MANUAL

D4, D6
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Welcome aboard
VolvoPentamarineenginesareusedallovertheworld.Theyareusedinallpossibleoperating
conditionsforprofessionalaswellasleisurepurposes.Thatsnotsurprising.
After100yearsasanenginemanufacturertheVolvoPentanamehasbecomeasymbolofreli-
ability,technicalinnovation,topoftherangeperformanceandlongservicelife.Wealsobelieve
thatthisiswhatyoudemandandexpectofyourVolvoPentaengine.
Wewouldlikeyoutoreadthisoperatorsmanualthoroughlyandconsidertheadvicewegiveon
operationandmaintenancebeforeyourmaidenvoyagesothatyouwillbeensuredoffulflling
yourexpectations.Pleasepayattentiontothesafetyinstructionscontainedinthemanual.
AsownerofaVolvoPentamarineengine,wewouldalsoliketowelcomeyoutoaworldwide
networkofdealersandserviceworkshopstoassistyouwithtechnicaladvice,servicerequire-
mentsandreplacementparts.PleasecontactyournearestauthorizedVolvoPentadealerfor
assistance.
WealsoinviteyoutovisitourhomepageontheInternetatwww.volvopenta.com
Withwarmregards
AB VOLVO PENTA
Safety Information............................................ 37
General................................................................... 3
Boattravel............................................................... 4
Maintenanceandservice....................................... 6
Introduction................................................... 812
Running-in............................................................. 8
Fuelandoiltypes.................................................. 8
Certifcatedengines............................................... 9
Warrantyinformation............................................. 9
Identifcationnumbers.......................................... 12
Presentation................................................... 1320
TechnicalDescription............................................ 13
EnginemonitoringandEVC................................ 14
Orientation........................................................... 17
Instrumentation.............................................. 21-44
Ignitionlock........................................................... 21
Start/stoppanel.................................................... 21
Instruments........................................................... 22
Alarmdisplay........................................................ 23
EVCcontrolpanel................................................. 26
EVCsystemtachometer....................................... 27
EVCsystemdisplay.............................................. 37
Controls.......................................................... 45-47
Starting the engine ........................................ 48-50
Beforestarting...................................................... 48
Generalaboutstarting.......................................... 48
Startingmethod.................................................... 50
Operation......................................................... 51-57
Readinginstruments........................................... 51
Acknowlegingalarmsandmessages................. 51
Cruisingspeed..................................................... 52
Synchronisingenginespeed.............................. 52
Changinghelmstation........................................ 53
Operation............................................................ 54
Powertrim........................................................... 54
PowertrimAssistant............................................ 58
VolvoPentaLowspeed....................................... 59
Runningaground.................................................. 60
Stopping the engine...................................... 61-62
Stopping.............................................................. 61
Layingup............................................................. 61
Coldweatherprecautions.................................... 62
Maintenance schedule................................... 63-65
Maintenance................................................... 6696
Engine,general.................................................... 66
Lubricationsystem............................................... 70
Freshwatersystem............................................... 73
Seawatersystem.................................................. 76
Fuelsystem......................................................... 80
Electricalsystem.................................................. 83
Reversegear........................................................ 88
Drive..................................................................... 90
Steering................................................................ 93
Propellers............................................................. 96
Laying up/Launching..................................... 97-99
Inhibiting............................................................... 97
Bringingoutofwinterstorage............................... 98
Paintingthedriveandunderwaterhull................. 99
In case of emergency.................................. 100-106
Startingusingauxiliarybatteries........................ 100
Emergencyshifting............................................. 101
Emergencytrimming.......................................... 102
Enginestopaftercrash-stop............................... 102
Fault-tracing........................................................ 103
Diagnosticfunction............................................. 104
MalfunctionmessageengineandEVC-system.. 105
Faultslist............................................................ 106
Erasingfaults..................................................... 106
Fault register............................................... 107-113
Technical Data............................................ 114-116
Engine................................................................ 114
Fuelspecifcation............................................... 115
Drive.................................................................. 116
Reversegear...................................................... 116
PowerTrim.......................................................... 116
Steering.............................................................. 116
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Contents
Safety Information
Readthischaptercarefully.Itconcernsyoursafety.Thissectiondescribeshowsafetyinformationispresentedin
theoperatorsmanualandontheengine.Italsogivesageneralaccountofbasicsafetyprecautionstobetaken
whenoperatingtheboatandmaintainingtheengine.
Check that you have the correct operators manual before you read on. If this is not the case please con-
tact your Volvo Penta dealer.
Ifoperationsareperformedincorrectlyitcouldresultinpersonalinjury,ordamagetoproperty
ortheengine.Readtheoperatorsmanualcarefullybeforeoperatingorservicingtheengine.If
anythingisunclearpleasecontactyourVolvoPentadealerforassistance.
Thissymbolisusedinthebookandontheenginetomakeyouawareofsafetyinformation.
Alwaysreadthesesafetyprecautionsverycarefully.
Intheoperatorsmanualwarningtextshavethefollowingpriority:
WARNING! Iftheseinstructionsarenotfollowedthereisadangerofpersonalinjury,exten-
sivedamagetotheproductorseriousmechanicalmalfunction.
IMPORTANT! Usedtodrawyourattentiontosomethingthatcancausedamage,product
malfunctionordamagetoproperty.
NOTE! Usedtodrawyourattentiontoimportantinformationthatwillfacilitateworkoropera-
tions.
Thissymbolisusedincertaincasesonourproductsandreferstoimportantinformationin
theoperatorsmanual.Ensurethatwarningandinformationsymbolsontheengineandtrans-
missionarealwaysvisibleandlegible.Replacesymbolsthathavebeendamagedorpainted
over.
3
Safety precautions to be taken when operating the boat
Your new boat
Readoperatorsmanualsandotherinformation
suppliedwithyournewboat.Learntooperatethe
engine,controlsandotherequipmentsafelyandcor-
rectly.
Ifthisisyourfrstboat,orisaboattypewithwhich
youarenotfamiliar,werecommendthatyouprac-
ticecontrollingtheboatinpeaceandquiet.Learn
howtheboatbehavesatdifferentspeeds,weather
conditionsandloadsbeforecastingoffforyourreal
maidenvoyage.
Rememberthatthepersondrivingaboatislegally
requiredtoknowandfollowthecurrentrulesregard-
ingtraffcandsafetyatsea.Makesureyouknowthe
rulesthatapplytoyouandthewatersyouaresailing
inbycontactingtherelevantauthoritiesororganiza-
tion.
Agoodpieceofadviceistotakeacourseinsea-
manship.Werecommendthatyoucontactyourlocal
boatingorganizationtofndasuitablecourse.
Accidents
Statisticsshowthatpoormaintenanceofboatsand
enginesandalackofsafetyequipmentareoftenthe
causeofaccidentsatsea.
Ensurethatyourboatismaintainedinaccordance
withtherelevantInstructionManualandthatthenec-
essarysafetyequipmentison-boardandisservice-
able.
Daily checklist
Makeahabitofcheckingtheengineandengine
compartmentvisuallybeforeoperatingtheboat(be-
fore the engine is started)andafteroperatingthe
boat(after the engine has been stopped).Thiswill
helpyoutoquicklydetectfuel,coolantoroilleaks
andspotanythingelseunusualthathasorisaboutto
happen.
Maneuvering
Avoidviolentandunexpectedchangesincourseand
gearengagement.Thiscouldcausesomeoneonthe
boattolosetheirbalanceandfalloveroroverboard.
Arotatingpropellercancauseseriousinjury.Check
thatnobodyisinthewaterbeforeengagingaheador
astern.Neverdrivenearbathersorinareaswhere
peoplecouldbeinthewater.
Avoidtrimminganoutboarddrivetoomuch,assteer-
ingwillbeseverelyreduced.
Refueling
Whenrefuelingthereisalwaysadangeroffreand
explosion.Smokingisforbiddenandtheenginemust
beswitchedoff.
Neveroverfllthetank.Closethefueltankfllercap
properly.
Onlyusethefuelrecommendedintheoperators
manual.Thewronggradeoffuelcancauseoperat-
ingproblemsorcausetheenginetostop.Onadiesel
enginepoorqualityfuelcancausethecontrolrodto
seizeandtheenginetooverrevwitharesultantrisk
ofdamagetotheengineandpersonalinjury.
Do not start the engine
Donotstartorruntheenginewithasuspectedfuel
orLPGleakintheboat,norwhenyouareclosetoor
inadischargeofexplosivemedia,etc.Thereisrisk
forfreand/orexplosioninexplosivesurroundings.
Safety breaker
Werecommendthatyouinstallanduseasafety
breaker(accessory),especiallyifyouboatcantravel
athighspeeds.Thesafetybreakerstopstheengineif
thedriverfallsdownandlosescontrolovertheboat.
SafetyInformation
4
Carbon monoxide poisoning
Whenaboatismovingforward,itwillcauseacer-
tainvacuumtoformbehindtheboat.Inunfortunate
circumstances,thesuctionfromthisvacuumcanbe
sogreatthattheexhaustgasesfromtheboatare
drawnintothecockpitorcabinandcausecarbonmo-
noxidepoisoning.
Thisproblemismostprevalentonhigh,wideboats
withabruptstern.Incertainconditions,however,this
suctioncanbeaproblemonotherboats,e.g.when
runningwiththecoverup.Otherfactorsthatcanin-
creasetheeffectofthesuctionarewindconditions,
loaddistribution,swells,trim,openhatchesandport-
holes,etc.
Mostmodernboats,however,aredesignedinsuch
awaythatthisproblemisveryrare.Ifsuctionshould
ariseanyway,donotopenhatchesorportholesat
theforeoftheboat.Surprisingly,thiswillotherwise
increasethesuction.Trychangingspeed,trimorload
distributioninstead.Trytakingdown/openingorinany
otherwaychangingthesetupofthecoveraswell.
Getintouchwithyourboatdealerforhelpinobtain-
ingthebestsolutionforyourboat.
Checklist
SafetyequipmentLifejacketsforallpassengers,communicationequipment,emergencyrockets,
approvedfreextinguisher,frst-aidequipment,lifebelt,anchor,paddle,torchetc.
Replacementpartsandtools:impeller,fuelflters,fuses,tape,hoseclamps,engineoil,propeller
andtoolsforanyrepairsthatmighthavetobecarriedout.
Getoutyourchartsandgoovertheplannedroute.Calculatedistanceandfuelconsumption.Lis-
tentotheweatherreports
Makesurethatrelationsorcontactpersonsareinformedwhenplanningalongervoyage.Re-
membertoinformthemifyourplanshavechangedorbeendelayed.
Tellyourpassengersandcrewwherethesafetyequipmentisstoredandhowtooperateit.Make
sureyouarenottheonlypersononboardwhoknowshowtostarttheboatandoperateitsafely.
Thislistcanbeaddedtobecausesafetyequipmentandotherrequirementsvarydependingonthe
typeofboatandhowitisused.Werecommendthatyoucontactyourlocalboatingorganizationfor
moredetailedinformationonsafetyafoat.
SafetyInformation
5
Safety precautions for maintenance and service operations
Preparations
Knowledge
Theoperatorsmanualcontainsinstructionsonhow
tocarryoutgeneralmaintenanceandserviceopera-
tionssafelyandcorrectly.Readtheinstructionscare-
fullybeforestartingwork.
Serviceliteraturecoveringmorecomplicatedopera-
tionsisavailablefromyourVolvoPentadealer.
Nevercarryoutanyworkontheengineifyouare
unsureofhowitshouldbedone,contactyourVolvo
Pentadealerwhowillbegladtoofferassistance.
Stop the engine
Stoptheenginebeforeopeningorremovingengine
hatches.Unlessotherwisespecifedallmaintenance
andservicemustbecarriedoutwiththeengine
stopped.
Topreventaccidentalstartoftheboatengineremove
theignitionkey,turnoffthepowersupplytotheen-
gineatthemainswitchesandlockthemintheOFF
positionbeforestartingwork.Putupawarningsign
inthecontrolpositionthatworkontheengineisbe-
ingcarriedout.
Approachingorworkingonanenginethatisrun-
ningisasafetyrisk.Looseclothing,hair,fngersor
adroppedtoolcanbecaughtintherotatingpartsof
theengineandcauseseriouspersonalinjury.Volvo
Pentarecommendthatallservicingwiththeengine
runningbeundertakenbyanauthorizedVolvoPenta
workshop.
Lifting the engine
Whenliftingtheengineusetheliftingeyesinstalled
ontheengine(reversegearwhereinstalled).Always
checkthatliftingequipmentisingoodconditionand
hassuffcientloadcapacitytolifttheengine(engine
weightincludingreversegearandanyextraequip-
mentinstalled).Forsafetyssakelifttheengineus-
inganadjustableliftingbeam.Allchainsandcables
shouldrunparalleltoeachotherandasperpendicu-
laraspossibleinrelationtothetopoftheengine.
Bearinmindthatextraequipmentinstalledonthe
enginemayalteritscenterofgravity.Speciallifting
equipmentmaythenberequiredinordertomaintain
thecorrectbalanceandmaketheenginesafetohan-
dle.Nevercarryoutworkonanenginesuspendedon
ahoist.
Before starting the engine
Reinstallallprotectivepartsremovedduringservice
operationsbeforestartingtheengine.Checkthatno
toolsorotheritemshavebeenleftontheengine.
Neverstartaturbochargedenginewithoutinstalling
theaircleaner(ACL).Therotatingcompressorinthe
Turbochargerunitcancauseseriouspersonalinjury.
Foreignobjectscanalsobesuckedinandcauseme-
chanicaldamagetotheunit.
Fire and explosion
Fuel and lubrication oil
Allfuel,mostlubricantsandmanychemicalsare
infammable.Readandfollowtheinstructionsonthe
packaging.
Whencarryingoutworkonthefuelsystemmake
suretheengineiscold.Afuelspillontoahotsurface
orelectricalcomponentscancauseafre.
Storefuelsoakedragsandotherfammablematerial
sothatthereisnodangerofthemcatchingfre.Fuel-
soakedragscanself-igniteundercertainconditions.
Donotsmokewhenfllingfuel,oilorinproximityofa
fllingstationorintheengineroom.
Non-original components
Componentsusedinthefuelandignitionsystem
(gasolineengines)andelectricalsystemsonVolvo
Pentaproductsaredesignedandconstructedto
minimizetheriskoffreandexplosion.
Usingnon-originalVolvoPentapartscanresultinfre
orexplosiononboard.
Batteries
Thebatteriescontainandgiveoffoxyhydrogengas,
especiallyduringcharging.Thisgasiseasilyignited
andhighlyvolatile.
Donotunderanycircumstancessmokeorusenaked
fameorallowsparksinthevicinityofthebatteriesor
batterycompartment.
Incorrectlyconnectionabatteryterminalcableor
jump-startcablecancauseasparkwhichinitsturn
canbesuffcienttocauseanexplosion.
Start spray
Neverusestartsprayorsimilaragentstostartanen-
gineequippedwithairpre-heating(glowplugs/starter
element).Thismaycauseanexplosionintheinlet
manifold.Dangerofpersonalinjury.
SafetyInformation
6
Hot surfaces and fuids
Thereisalwaysariskofburnswhenworkingwith
ahotengine.Bewareofhotsurfaces.Forexample:
theexhaustpipe,Turbounit,oilpan,chargeairpipe,
starterelement,hotcoolantandhotoilinoillinesand
hoses.
Carbon monoxide poisoning
Onlystarttheengineinawell-ventilatedarea.Ifop-
eratingtheengineinanenclosedspace,ensurethat
thereisproperventilationinordertoremoveexhaust
gasesandcrankcaseventilationemissionsfromthe
workingarea.
Chemicals
Mostchemicalssuchasanti-freeze,rustproofng
agent,inhibitingoil,degreasingagentetc.arehaz-
ardoustohealth.Readandfollowtheinstructionson
thepackaging.
Somechemicalssuchasinhibitingoilareinfam-
mableanddangerousifbreathedinaswell.Ensure
goodventilationanduseaprotectivemaskwhen
spraying.Readandfollowtheinstructionsonthe
packaging.
Storechemicalsandotherhazardousmaterialsout
ofthereachofchildren.Toprotecttheenvironment
pleasedisposeofusedorleftoverchemicalsata
properlydesignateddisposalsitefordestruction.
Cooling system
Thereisariskoffoodingwhenworkingonthesea-
watersystem.Turnofftheengineandclosethesea
cock(whereinstalled)beforestartingworkonthe
system.
Avoidopeningthecoolantfllercapwhentheengine
ishot.Steamorhotcoolantcansprayoutandcause
burns.
Ifworkmustbecarriedoutwiththeengineatoperat-
ingtemperatureandthecoolantfllercaporacock
openoracoolanthosedisconnected,openthecool-
antfllercapcarefullyandslowlytoreleasepressure
beforeremovingthecapcompletely.Notethatthe
coolantmaystillbehotandcancauseburns.
Lubrication system
Hotoilcancauseburns.Avoidskincontactwithhot
oil.Ensurethatthelubricationsystemisnotunder
pressurebeforecommencingworkonit.Neverstart
oroperatetheenginewiththeoilfllercapremoved,
oilcansprayout.
Fuel system
Alwaysuseprotectivegloveswhentracingleaks.
Liquidsejectedunderpressurecanpenetratebody
tissueandcauseseriousinjury.Thereisadangerof
bloodpoisoning.
Alwayscoverthegeneratorifitislocatedunderthe
fuelflter.Thegeneratorcanbedamagedbyspilled
fuel.
Electrical system
Cutting off power
Alwaysstoptheengineandbreakthecurrentusing
themainswitchesbeforeworkingontheelectrical
system.Isolateshorecurrenttotheengineblock
heater,batterycharger,oraccessoriesmountedon
theengine.
Batteries
Thebatteriescontainanextremelycorrosiveelec-
trolyte.Protectyourskinandclotheswhencharging
orhandlingbatteries.Alwaysuseprotectivegoggles
andgloves.
Ifbatteryelectrolytecomesintocontactwithunpro-
tectedskinwashoffimmediatelyusingplentyofwa-
terandsoap.Ifbatteryacidcomesintocontactwith
theeyes,fushimmediatelywithplentyofwaterand
obtainmedicalassistancewithoutdelay.
SafetyInformation
7
Introduction
ThisoperatorsmanualhasbeencompiledtohelpyougetthemostfromyourVolvoPentaengine.Itcontains
alltheinformationyouneedinordertooperateandmaintainyourenginesafelyandcorrectly.Pleasereadthe
operatorsmanualcarefullyandlearnhowtooperatetheengine,controlsandotherequipmentsafely.
Alwayshavetheoperatorsmanualavailable.Keepitinasafeplaceanddonotforgettogiveittothenewowner
ifyousellyourboat.
Care of the environment
Wewouldallliketoliveinacleanandhealthyenvi-
ronment.Somewherewherewecanbreatheclean
air,seehealthytrees,havecleanwaterinourlakes
andoceans,andareabletoenjoythesunshinewit-
houtbeingworriedaboutourhealth.Unfortunately,
thiscannotbetakenforgrantednowadaysbutisso-
methingwemustworktogethertoachieve.
Asamanufacturerofmarineengines,VolvoPentahas
aspecialresponsibility,whycareoftheenvironmentis
acorevalueinourproductdevelopment.Today,Volvo
Pentahasabroadrangeofengineswhereprogress
hasbeenmadeinreducingexhaustemissions,fuel
consumption,enginenoise,etc.
Wehopeyouwilltakecareinpreservingthesequa-
lities.Alwaysfollowanyadvicegivenintheinstruc-
tionmanualconcerningfuelgrades,operationand
maintenanceandyouwillavoidcausingunecessary
interferencetotheenvironment.Getintouchwithyour
VolvoPentadealerifyounoticeanychangessuchas
increasedfuelconsumptionexhaustsmoke.
Adaptspeedanddistancetoavoidwashandnoise
disturbingorinjuringanimallife,mooredboats,jetties,
etc.Leaveislandsandharboursinthesamecondition
asyouwanttofndthem.Remembertoalwaysleave
hazardouswastesuchaswasteoil,coolant,paintand
washresidue,fatbatteries,etc.,fordisposalatade-
structionplant.
Our joint efforts will make a valuable contribution
to our environment.
Running-in
Theenginemustberuninforitsfrst10operating
hoursasfollows:Operatetheenginenormally.Donot
operateitatfullloadexceptforshortperiods.Never
runtheengineataconstantenginespeedforlongpe-
riodsduringtherunning-inperiod.
Theenginecanbeexpectedtousemoreengineoil
duringtherunning-inperiodthanwouldotherwisebe
normal.Checktheoillevelmoreoftenthanisnormally
recommended.
AFirstServiceInspectionmustbecarriedoutafter
2050runninghours.Forfurtherinformation:Seethe
WarrantyandServiceBook.
Fuel and oils
Onlyusethefuelandoilsrecommendedinthechap-
terTechnicalData.Othergradesoffuelandoilcan
causeoperatingproblems,increasedfuelconsump-
tionand,inthelong-term,ashorterengineservice
life.
Alwayschangeoil,oilfltersandfuelfltersatthere-
commendedintervals.
Service and replacement parts
VolvoPentamarineenginesaredesignedforhigh
operationalreliabilityandlongservicelife.Theyare
constructedtowithstandthemarineenvironment
whilealsoaffectingitaslittleaspossible.Through
regularserviceandtheuseofVolvoPentaoriginal
spareparts,thesequalitieswillberetained.
TheVolvoPentaworldwidenetworkofauthorized
dealersareatyourservice.Theyarespecialistsin
VolvoPentaproductsandhaveaccessoriesand
theoriginalreplacementparts,testequipmentand
specialtoolsnecessaryforhighqualityserviceand
repairwork.
Alwaysfollowthemaintenanceintervalscontained
intheoperatorsmanual.Remembertostatetheen-
gine/transmissionidentifcationnumberwhenorder-
ingserviceandreplacementparts.
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Warranty
YournewVolvoPentamarineengineiscoveredbyalimitedwarrantyaccordingtotheconditionsand
instructionscontainedintheWarrantyandServicebook.
NotethatABVolvoPentasliabilityislimitedtothatcontainedintheWarrantyandServiceBook.Read
thisbookassoonasyoutakedeliveryoftheengine.Itcontainsimportantinformationaboutwarranty
cards,serviceandmaintenancewhichyou,theowner,mustbeawareof,checkandcarryout.Liability
coveredinthewarrantymayotherwiseberefusedbyABVolvoPenta.
Contact your Volvo Penta dealer if you have not received a Warranty and Service Book and a
customer copy of the warranty card.
Certifed engines
Itisimportanttobeawareofthefollowinginformation
ifyouownorrunanenginethatisexhaustemission
certifed:
Certifcationmeansthatanenginetypeisinspected
andapprovedbytheauthorities.Theenginemanu-
facturerguaranteesthatallenginesmanufacturedof
thattypecorrespondtothecertifedengine.
This places special requirements for maintenance
and service as follows:
Themaintenanceandserviceintervalsrecom-
mendedbyVolvoPentamustbeobserved.
OnlygenuineVolvoPentareplacementpartsmay
beused.
Theserviceofinjectionpumpsandinjectorsor
pumpsettingsmustalwaysbecarriedoutbyan
authorizedVolvoPentaworkshop.
Theenginemustnotbemodifedinanyway
exceptwithaccessoriesandservicekitsapproved
byVolvoPenta.
Nomodifcationstotheexhaustpipesandairsup-
plyductsfortheenginemaybeundertaken.
Sealsmayonlybebrokenbyauthorizedperson-
nel.
Otherwisethegeneralinstructionscontainedinthe
Operator'sManualconcerningoperation,serviceand
maintenancemustbefollowed.
IMPORTANT! Lateorinadequatemaintenance/
serviceortheuseofsparepartsotherthan
VolvoPentaoriginalsparepartswillinvalidate
ABVolvoPentasresponsibilityfortheengine
specifcationbeinginaccordancewiththecer-
tifcatedvariant.
VolvoPentaacceptsnoresponsibilityorliabil-
ityforanydamageorcostsarisingduetothe
above.
Introduction
9
Declaration of Conformity for Recreational Craft Propulsion Engines with the
exhaust emission requirements of Directive 94/25/EC as amended by 2003/44/EC
Engine manufacturer:
ABVolvoPenta
Gropegrdsgatan
40508Gteborg
Sweden
Thisdeclarationofconformityisissuedunderthesoleresponsibilityofthemanufacturer.Ideclareonbehalfoftheenginemanufac-
turerthattheengine(s)mentionedabovecomplie(s)withallapplicableessentialrequirementsinthewayspecifedandisinconfor-
mitywiththetypeforwhichabovementionedECtypeexaminationcertifcate(s)hasbeenissued.
Body for exhaust emissionassessment
InternationalMarineCertifcationInstitute
RueAbbCuypres3
B-1040Bruxells
Belgium
ID Number:0609
Module used for exhaust emission assessment .........B+C
Other Community Directives applied ...........................EMC89/336/EEC
Description of engine(s) and essential requirements
Enginetype.........................................................4strokedieselenginewithsterndrivewithintegralexhaust

Engine model(s) covered by this declaration EC Type certifcate number
D4-180................................................................................EXVOLV001
D4-210................................................................................EXVOLV001
D4-225................................................................................EXVOLV001
D4-260................................................................................EXVOLV001
D4-300................................................................................EXVOLV001
D6-280................................................................................EXVOLV001
D6-310...............................................................................EXVOLV001
D6-330...............................................................................EXVOLV001
D6-350...............................................................................EXVOLV001
D6-370...............................................................................EXVOLV001
D6-435................................................................................EXVOLV001
D4, D6
Essential requirements
Annex I.B Exhaust Emissions
Engineidentifcation
Exhaustemissionrequirements
Durability
Operatorsmanual
EMC Directive
Standards Used
VolvoPentastd
ENISO8178-1:1996
VolvoPentastd
ISO10240:2004
EN61000-3-2,
EN61000-3-3,
CISPR25
Other normative

document used
Annex1.B.1
Annex1.B.2
Annex1.B.3
Annex1.B.4
PL-99/07
Name and function: Sam Behrmann, Laws and Regulations
(identifcationofthepersonempoweredtosignonbehalfofthe
enginemanufacturerorhisauthorisedrepresentative)
Signature and title:
(oranequivalentmarking)
Dateandplaceofissue:(yr/month/day)2007/04/26Gteborg
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Declaration of Conformity for Recreational Craft Propulsion Engines with the
sound emission requirements of Directive 94/25/EC as amended by 2003/44/EC
Engine manufacturer:
ABVolvoPenta
Gropegrdsgatan
40508Gteborg
Sweden
Thisdeclarationofconformityisissuedunderthesoleresponsibilityofthemanufacturer.Ideclareonbehalfoftheenginemanufac-
turerthattheengine(s)mentionedabovecomplie(s)withallapplicableessentialrequirementsinthewayspecifedandisinconfor-
mitywiththetypeforwhichabovementionedECtypeexaminationcertifcate(s)hasbeenissued.
Module used for sound emission assessment ...... Aa
Internalproductioncontrol
TestaccordingtoAnnexVI
Other Community Directives applied ......................EMC89/336/EEC
Description of engine(s) and essential requirements
Enginetype....................................................... 4strokedieselenginewithsterndrivewithintegralexhaust

Engine model(s) covered by this declaration EC Type certifcate number
D4-210driveDPH........................................................ SDVOLV002
D4-225driveDPH........................................................ SDVOLV002
D4-260driveDPH........................................................ SDVOLV002
D4-300driveDPH........................................................ SDVOLV002
D6-280driveDPH........................................................ SDVOLV003
D6-310driveDPR/DPH................................................ SDVOLV003
D6-330driveDPR/DPH................................................ SDVOLV003
D6-350driveDPR/DPH................................................ SDVOLV003
D6-370driveDPR/DPH................................................ SDVOLV003
Body for sound emissionassessment
InternationalMarineCertifcationInstitute
RueAbbCuypres3
B-1040Bruxells
Belgium
ID Number:0609
D4, D6
Essential requirements
Annex I.C Noise Emis-
sions
Soundemissionlevels
Operatorsmanual
EMC Directive
Standards Used
Other normative

document used
Annex1.C.1
Annex1.C.2
ENISO14509:2000/
prA1:2004
ISO10240:2004
EN61000-3-2,
EN61000-3-3,
CISPR25
PL-100/07
Name and function: Sam Behrmann, Laws and Regulations
(identifcationofthepersonempoweredtosignonbehalfofthe
enginemanufacturerorhisauthorisedrepresentative)
Signature and title:
(oranequivalentmarking)
Dateandplaceofissue:(yr/month/day)2007/04/26Gteborg
Module used for exhaust emission assessment .........B+C
Other Community Directives applied ...........................EMC89/336/EEC
Description of engine(s) and essential requirements
Enginetype.........................................................4strokedieselenginewithsterndrivewithintegralexhaust

Engine model(s) covered by this declaration EC Type certifcate number
D4-180................................................................................EXVOLV001
D4-210................................................................................EXVOLV001
D4-225................................................................................EXVOLV001
D4-260................................................................................EXVOLV001
D4-300................................................................................EXVOLV001
D6-280................................................................................EXVOLV001
D6-310...............................................................................EXVOLV001
D6-330...............................................................................EXVOLV001
D6-350...............................................................................EXVOLV001
D6-370...............................................................................EXVOLV001
D6-435................................................................................EXVOLV001
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Identifcation numbers
Alwaysprovidetheengineandtransmissionidentifcationnumberswhenorderingserviceorreplacementcom-
ponents.
Theidentifcationnumbersareonaninformationdecallocatedonthefrontedgeoftheengine.Notetheinfor-
mationbelow.Makeacopyofthepage.Storetheinformationsothatitisavailableineventoftheboatbeing
stolen.
Engine
Productdesignation(1*)
Serialnumber(2*)
Productnumber(3*)
Drive/Reverse gear
Productdesignation(4*)
Gearratio(5*)
Serialnumber(6*)
Productnumber(7*)
Shield (Drive)
Productdesignation(8*)
Serialnumber(9*)
Productnumber(10*)
*Thenumbersrefertothepositionofthe
identifcationnumbersontheinformationdecal
Introduction
Engineplate
Warrantydecal,IMOdecalandEPAdecal
Driveplate
Reversegearplate
Transomshieldplate
Warrantydecal
(Engine/Transomshield/Drive/Reversegear)
Engineplate
Transomshieldplate Driveplate
Reversegearplate
Location of information decal and identifcation plates:
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Presentation
VolvoPentasD4andD6isdevelopedfromthelatestdesigninmoderndieseltechnology.Theenginehascom-
monrailfuelinjectionsystem,doubleoverheadcamshafts,4valvespercylinder,turbocharger,compressor,and
aftercooler.Theinteractionofthese,thelargesweptvolume,andtheEVCsystemresultsinexceptionaldiesel
performancecombinedwithlowemissions.
Technical description:
Engine block and head
Cylinderblockandcylinderheadmadeofcast-
iron
Combinedladderframeandbalanceshafts(D4)
Ladderframefttedtoengineblock(D6)
Doubleoverheadcamshafts
Oil-cooledpistonswithtwocompressionringsand
oneoilscraperring
Integratedcylinderliners
Replaceablevalveseats
Seven-bearingcrankshaft
Rear-endtransmission
Engine mounting
Flexibleenginemounting
Lubrication system
Easilyreplaceableseparatefull-fowandby-pass
oilflter
Seawater-cooledtubularoilcooler
Fuel system
Commonrailfuelinjectionsystem
Controlunitforprocessingtheinjection
Fineflterwithwaterseparator
Emergencystopdevice
Air inlet and exhaust system
Belt-drivencompressorwithsilencerofabsorption
typeonbothinletandoutputport
Airflterwithreplaceableinsert
Crankcasegasesventedintotheairinlet
Exhaustelboworexhaustriser
Freshwater-cooledturbocharger
Cooling system
Thermostaticallyregulatedfreshwatercooling
Tubularheatexchangerwithseparatelargevo-
lumeexpansiontank
Coolantsystempreparedforhotwateroutlet
Seawaterstrainerandeasilyaccessibleimpeller
pump
Electrical system
12V/24Vtwo-poleelectricalsystem
115A/80AmarinealternatorwithZener-diodesto
protectthesystemfrompeakvoltage,andintegra-
tedchargingregulatorwithbatterysensorcable
formaximumuseofalternator
Fuseswithautomaticreset
Instruments/control
Completeinstrumentationincludingkeyswitch
andinterlockedalarm
DigitalPowertriminstrumentwithanalogordigital
reading
EVCmonitoringpanelsforsingleortwininstalla-
tions
Electronicremotecontrolforthrottleandshift
Plug-inconnections
Drive
Completewithtransomshield,andinstallation
components
Maxtiltangle50(adjustable)
Protectivezincanodestopreventcorrosion
Built-inkick-upfunctiontoreducepossibleda-
mage,intheeventthedrivestrikesanunderwater
object
Electricalshiftingperformedbyelectronicactuator
Powertrimwithone-buttonoperationintwinin-
stallation
Fullyintegratedwaterinletandexhaustsystem
Fullyhydraulicpower-assistedsteeringsystem
Isolatedpropellerstopreventcorrosion
Reverse gear
Reversegearwithmatcheddropcenterand8
downangelforcompactinstallationandminimum
propellershaftangel.V-driveavailable
Bevelgearswhichresualtsinsmoothrunningat
allspeeds
Hydraulicallyoperatedclutchforsmoothshifting
Electricalshiftingperformedbyelctromagnetic
valves.
Whenundersailpropellershaftcanrotate24
hourswithoutenginestart.
Seawater-cooledoilcooler
Accessories
Anextensiverangeofaccessoriesareavailable.
Fordetailedinformation,pleaseseeAccessory
catalogs.
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Engine Management System
Theenginesareequippedwithcommonrailsystem
andelectronicallycontrolledinjectorswithanelec-
troniccontrolmodule.
Theinjectorscontainanelectro-magneticvalvewhich
setstheamountoffuelinjectedandthecorrecttim-
ing.Themonitoringsystemmeasuresthechargeair
pressureandtemperature,andcalculatestheavail-
ableairmass.Thisdeterminesthemaximumamount
offuelthatcanbeinjected(smokelimiterfunction).
Thesystemalsolimitsthemaximumtorqueavailable
attheenginespeedregisteredtoprotecttheengine
fromoverload.
Engine Management and EVC system
Toprotecttheengineattoohighcoolantorchargeair
temperaturesandboostpressureaswellasoilpres-
surethemonitoringsystemreducestheamountof
fuel(reducedengineoutput)untilthecurrentvalues
normalises.
Theenginemonitoringsystemalsohasadiagnostic
system,whichhelpsusersandservicetechniciansto
determinethecauseofmalfunctions.
Usersgetinformationaboutfaultsbypop-upsthat
areshownontheEVCsystemtachometerdisplay.
HelmstationCon-
trolUnit
(HCU)
Powertrain
ControlUnit
(PCU)
EngineManagement
System
(EMS)
HelmstationCon-
trolUnit
(HCU))
CANbus
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Presentation
The EVC system
TheElectronicVesselControl(EVC)systemisaso
calleddistributedsystem.Theprincipleofadistrib-
utedsystemistohavemanysmallelectonicunits,
callednodes,locatedonsuitableplacesintheboat.
TheEVCnodesarethePowertrainControlUnit
(PCU)andtheHelmstationControlUnit(HCU).
Nodesarelocatedclosetothecomponentsthey
control.Ahelmnodeislocatedclosetothehelm.A
powertrainnodeismountedintheengineroom.
Eachnodecontrolsanumberofadjacentcompo-
nents,forexamplesensors,controls,instrumentsand
actuators.
EachPCUandHCUisprogrammedforaspecifc
engineindividual.OnthePCUandHCUthereisa
stickerwithchassisno.Thechassisno.shallcorre-
spondtothestickerontheengine.
Adatabus,aCANbus,connectsthenodestoeach
other.Togethertheyformanetworkandexchange
informationandtakeadvantageofeachothersserv-
ices.Theprincipleofforminganetworkofnodesto
whichallcomponentsareconnectedreduceswiring
radically.
CANstandsforControllerAreaNetwork,anindustry
standardforcommunicationbetweennodesindistrib-
utedsystems.
Adistributedsystemsupportsagrowingmultiplicity
ofsystemconfgurationsandoptionalfeatures.New
nodescanbeconnnectedtothenetworkwithmini-
malwiringredesign.Neweffectivefunctionalitycan
becreatedbylettingthenodesinteractandcombine
theircapabilities,creatingamoreusefulandsafe
product.
Functionalities
Engine speed and gear shift
Speedandgearshiftcontolishandledelectronically.
Thereversegearorsterndrivehashighspeedshift-
ingprotection.Dualfunctionelectroniccontrolsworks
intheEVCsystemaswellasmechanicalcontrols
withcontroladapters.
Engine synchronization
Enginesynchronizationresultsinbettercomfort,
goodfuelecomomyandminimizedwearduetoless
vibrationandreducednoiselevel.Toenablesyn-
chronizationthemaster(port)andslave(starboard)
systemsmustbeabletocommunicate.Thereforea
synchronizationcablehastobeinstalledattheeach
helm.
Instrumentation
Theinstrumentsuseaserialcommunicationbus.The
serialcommunicationbusincombinationwithEVC
radicallyreduceswiringandsimplifesinstallation.
Gaugesareavailablewithwhiteorblackdialface
andchromedorblackbezel.
EVC system tachometer
TheEVCsystemtachometerismandatoryforboats
withEVC,unlesstheoptionalEVCsystemdisplay
isinstalled.Thetachometerdisplayshowsoperation
information,informationmassagesandalarms.The
userselectswhatoperationinformationtodisplay
withthecontrolpanel.NOTE! Onlyoneoperationin-
formationcanbedisplayedatoneandthesametime.
TheEVCsystemtachometerandcontrolpanelis
alsousedwhencalibratingEVCfunctions.
Power Trim
Thefunctionisconsiderablyimprovedcompared
tononEVCgovernedPowertrimsystems.EVCin-
troducesanewtrimpanelwiththesamedesignas
otherEVCcontrolpanels.Ifyouhaveatwinengine
installationthesterndrivescanbebothindividually
andsimultaneouslycontrolled.
Trimminginandoutcanbecalibratedtosuitthespe-
cifcinstallation.Toprotectthedriveitcannotbetilted
whenengineisrunningaboveacertainrpm.
ThePowertrimcontrolpanelshallbeconnectedto
themultilinkbusandthegaugetotheinstrument
cableharnessfromtheHCU.Thecableharnessfor
sterndriveshasconnectorsforthepowertrimangle
sensorandthepowertrimpump.
Extra optional equipment
EVC system display
TheEVCsystemdisplayisacomplementorreplace-
mentforEVCsystemtachometerandoptionalin-
struments.Thedisplayshowsoperationinformation,
informationmassagesandalarms.Theuserselects
whatoperationinformationtodisplaywiththebuttons
onthedisplay.TheEVCsystemdisplaycandisplay
morethanoneoperationinformationatoneandthe
sametime.Thedisplayalsohasaccesstothesame
displaymodeandcalibrationfunctionsasfortheEVC
systemtachometerdisplay.
Trim indicator
Atrimindicatorsenderisincludedinallaquamatic
drives.ThetrimanglecanbedisplayedontheEVC
systemtachometer.Itisalsoadvisedtoinstallatrim
instrument.Theinstrumentshowstrimangleandtrim
range.Ifatriminstrumentisuseditmustbeconnect-
edtotheinstrumentserialcommunicationbus.
Fuel level
FuellevelcanbedisplayedontheEVCsystemta-
chometerifa(3-180ohmor240-30ohm)fuellevel
senderisinstalledinthefueltank.Thesenderis
connectedtothePCUenginecableharness.Ifa
fuellevelgaugeisuseditmustbeconnectedtothe
instrumentserialcommunicationbus.
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Presentation
Fresh water level
FreshwaterlevelcanbedisplayedontheEVCsys-
temtachometerifa(3-180ohm)fuellevelsenderis
installedinthewatertank.Thesenderisconnectedto
thePCUenginecableharness.Ifafreshwaterlevel
gaugeisuseditmustbeconnectedtotheinstrument
serialcommunicationbus.
Rudder indicator
RudderanglecanbedisplayedontheEVCsystem
tachometerifa(3-180ohm)rudderindicatorisin-
stalledtothedrive/rudder.Thesenderisconnectedto
thePCUenginecableharness.Ifarudderinstrument
isuseditmustbeconnectedtotheinstrumentserial
communicationbus.
Multisensor (Boat speed, depth and water temp)
Boartspeed,depthandwatertemperaturecanbedis-
playedontheEVCsystemtachometerifamultisen-
sorisinstalledontheboat.Thesensorisconnected
tothemultilinkcable.Ifinstruments(speed,depth,
watertemp.)areusedtheymustbeconnectedtothe
instrumentserialcommunicationbus.
Power Trim Assistant
Thefunctionpowertrimassistantadjusttrimangle
automaticallyaccordingtoenginespeed(rpm).EVC
supportspowertrimassistantifsoftwareforpower-
trimassistanceisinstalled(orderanddownloadfrom
VODIAwebsite).
Boat speed
BoatspeedcanbeshownontheEVCsystemta-
chometer,ifamultisensororNMEA0183/NMEA2000
compatiblecomponent(plotter,GPS,paddlewheel
etc)isinstalled.Ifaspeedometerisuseditmustbe
connectedtotheinstrumentserialcommunication
bus..
Trip computer
EVCsupportstripcomputerfunctionsiffollowingare
installed.
- MultisensororNMEA0183/NMEA2000compat-
iblecomponent(plotter,GPS,paddlewheeletc)
- Fuellevelsender
- Softwarefortripcomputer(orderanddownload
fromVODIAwebsite).
Tripcomputerinformationcanbedisplayedonthe
EVCsystemtachometeror/andontheoptionalEVC
systemdisplay.
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Presentation
Orientation
D4 with drive, port
11. Seawaterflter
12. Seawaterpump
13. Fuelflter
14. Oildipstick
15. Oilbypassflter
16. Oilflter
17. Starter
18.Chargeaircooler
19.Expansiontank
D4 with drive, starboard
1. Zincanode
2. Coolingwaterintake
3. Zincanode
4. Turbocharger
5. Crankcaseventilationflter
6. AuxStop
7. Airflter
8. Compressor
9. EDCcontrolmodule
10. Generator
11. Oilfllercap
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
11
10
11
12
13
14
15 16
17
18
19
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Presentation
D4 with reverse gear, port
8. Seawaterpump
9. Fuelflter
10. Oildipstick(engine)
11. Oilbypassflter
12. Oilflter
13. Starter
14.Chargeaircooler
15.Oildipstick(reversegear)
16.Expansiontank
D4 with reverse gear, starboard
1. Turbocharger
2. Crankcaseventilationflter
3. AuxStop
4. Airflter
5. EDCcontrolmodule
6. Generator
7. Oilfllercap
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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Presentation
D6 with drive, starboard
1. Zincanode
2. Coolingwaterintake
3. Zincanode
4. Turbocharger
5. Crankcaseventilationflter
6. AuxStop
7. Airflter
8. Compressor
9. EDCcontrolmodule
10. Generator
11. Oilfllercap
D6 with drive, port
11. Seawaterflter
12. Seawaterpump
13. Fuelflter
14. Oildipstick
15. Oilbypassflter
16. Oilflter
17. Starter
18.Chargeaircooler
1
2
3
4
5
7
6
8
9
11
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
10
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Presentation
D6 with reverse gear, starboard
1. Turbocharger
2. Crankcaseventilationflter
3. Airflter
4. AuxStop
5. EDCcontrolmodule
6. Generator
7. Oilfllercap
D6 with reverse gear, port
8. Seawaterpump
9. Fuelflter
10. Oildipstick(engine)
11. Oilbypassflter
12. Oilflter
13. Starter
14.Chargeaircooler
15.Oildipstick(reversegear)
16.Expansiontank
8
9
10
11 12 13 14 15
16
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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Presentation
Instruments
ThischapterdescribestheinstrumentandcontrolpanelssoldbyVolvoPentaforyourengine.
Ifyouwanttosupplementtheinstrumentation,orifyourboatisequippedwithinstrumentsnotdescribedhere,
oryouarenotsureabouttheirfunction,pleasecontactyourVolvoPentadealer.
Ignition lock
Atabwiththekeycodeaccompaniestheignition
keys,andisusedtoorderextraignitionkeys.Donot
storethecodewhereitisaccessibletounauthorized
persons.
S=Stopposition.
0=Keycanbeinsertedandremoved.
I=Systemvoltageon(driveposition).
II=Notused.
III=Startposition.
IMPORTANT! Readthestartinginstructionsin
theEnginestartingchapter.
Start/stop panel
Thestart/stoppanelisusedtostartorstoptheengi-
ne.Thestarterkeyonthemainhelmstationmustbe
inpositionI(drivingposition)fortheenginetostart.
Theenginecanonlybestoppedifthecontrolpanelis
activated.
IMPORTANT! Readthestartinginstructionsin
theEnginestartingchapter.
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Instruments
1.EVCsystemtachometer(withdisplay)
Extra optional instruments
2.Voltmeter
3.Oilpressuregauge
4.Temperaturegauge
5.Rudderindicator
6.Fuellevelgauge
7.Waterlevelgauge
8.Triminstrument
2.
3.
4.
1.
6. 7. 5.
8.
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Instruments
Alarm display (extra optional)
Thefollowingwarninglampsshouldneverlightupduringoperation.Ontheotherhand,thewarninglampslight
upwhenthestarterkeyisfrstturnedtothedriveposition.Checkthatalllampsfunction.Whentheenginehas
started,alllampsshouldhavegoneout.Thelampsfashifthediagnosticfunctionhasregisteredmalfunction.
Whenthefaulthasbeenacknowledged,thelampgivescontinuouslight.
Warning lamps (should never light up
during operation).
Oil pressure (red indication)
Iftheoilpressurelamplightsupduringoperation,the
oilpressureintheengineistoolow.Stoptheengineat
once.
Checktheoillevelintheengine.Pleasereferto
Maintenance:Lubricationtocheckandtoptheoil
up.
Alsocheckthattheoilfltersarenotblocked.
PleaserefertoMaintenance:Lubricationsystem
PleaserefertotheIncaseofemergencychapter,
andyouwillfnddetailedinformationaboutrecommen-
dedactionintheDiagnosticfunctionsection.
WARNING!Continuedoperationwhentheoil
pressureistoolowcancauseseriousengineda-
mage.
Water in fuel flter (orange indication)
Ifthelamplightsup,thereistoomuchwaterinthewa-
tertrapinthefuelflters.
Emptythewatertrapunderneaththefuelflteron
theengineandpreflters.PleaserefertoMainte-
nance:Fuelsystem.

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Instruments
Battery (orange indication)
Thebatterylamplightsupifthealternatorisnot
charging.Stoptheengineifthislamplightsupduring
operation.Ifthelamplightsup,thiscanbeduetoa
faultintheelectricalsystemorbecausethealternator
drivebeltisslack.
Checkthealternatordrivebelts.Pleasereferto
Maintenance:Engine,general.
Alsocheckthatthereisnopoorcontact/brokenwires.

WARNING!Donotcontinueoperationifthereis
anyproblemwiththealternatordrivebelts.This
couldcauseseriousenginedamage.
Coolant temperature (red indication)
Thecoolanttemperaturelamplightsupwhenthe
coolanttemperatureistoohigh.Stoptheengineifthis
lamplightsupduringoperation.
Checkthecoolantlevel.PleaserefertoMaintenan-
ce:Freshwatersystem.
Checkthattheseawaterflterisnotblocked.Please
refertoMaintenance:Seawatersystem
Alsochecktheimpellerintheseawaterpump.
PleaserefertoMaintenance:Seawatersystem.
PleaserefertotheIncaseofemergencychapter,and
youwillfnddetailedinformationaboutrecommended
actionintheDiagnosticfunctionsection.
WARNING!Donotopenthecoolantfllercap
whentheengineiswarm,exceptinemergencies.
Steamorhotfuidcouldsprayout.
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Instruments
Coolant level (orange indication)
Thecoolantlamplightsupwhenthecoolantlevelis
toolow.
Checkcoolantlevel.PleaserefertoMaintenan-
ce:Freshwatersystem.
Red warning indication, serious fault
Iftheredwarningindicationisshownduringopera-
tion,aseriousfaulthasoccured.
PleaserefertotheIncaseofemergencychapter,
andyouwillfnddetailedinformationaboutrecom-
mendedactionintheDiagnosticfunctionsection.
Orange alarm indication, fault
Iftheorangealarmindicationisshownduringopera-
tion,afaulthasoccured.
PleaserefertotheIncaseofemergencychapter,
andyouwillfnddetailedinformationaboutrecom-
mendedactionintheDiagnosticfunctionsection.
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Instruments
Navigation wheel
Usedtonavigatethroughthemenusshownonthe
tachometerEVCsystemdisplay.Navigatethrough
themenusbyturningthewheel.Depressthewheelto
confrmaselection.
Tachometer display selection (twin installa-
tion, port or starboard tachometer)
Isusedtoselectwhichoftheenginesmenusystems
shouldbenavigablefromthecontrolpanel.Themenu
isshownonthedisplayofthecorrespondingengines
tachometer.Selectportorstarboard.
Indication (red/green):
Off: Notpossibletonavigateinmenu.
Lit: Possibletonavigateinmenuforselectedengine,
port(red),starboard(green).
Multifunction button
Usedtoincreaseordecreasetheinstrumentsand
panelsbacklighting.
Depressthebuttonforatleast1secondtoturnthe
backlightingonoroff.Thebacklightingcanbeadjust-
edinfvestagesbypressingthemultifunctionbutton.
Ifthebuttonispressedonainactivecontrolpanel,op-
eratinginformationisshownonthedisplay(s)anditis
possibletonavigateinthemenus.
Back button
Usedtobackastepinthemenu.
IMPORTANT!Alwayspressthebuttonsfrmly,
andforatleastonesecondeachtime.
Activation button
Usedtoactivateandlockthecontrolpanelandthe
helmstation.
Indication (red):
Off: Controlpanelnotactivated.
Lit:Controlpanelactivated.
Flashes: Controlpanelnotactivatedduetothecon-
trollevernotbeinginneutralorthesystemhasbeen
lockedfromanothercontrolpanel.
Padlock
Thepadlocksymbollightsifthecontrolpanelislocked
manuallybydepressingthe -button,orifexchange
hasbeenactivatedbyroutineChangeofcontrol
panelduringjourney.
Lit:Thesystemislockedandtheenginecanonlybe
controlledfromtheactivatedcontrolpanel.
Neutral button
Usedtodisengagethedrive/reversegearsothatthe
enginespeedcanbeincreasedwithoutdriving(warm-
ingupmode).
Indication(green):
Off: Drive/reversegearengaged.
Lit: Controlleverinneutral.
Flashes:Drive/reversegeardisengagedorsystemin
calibrationmode.
Thisbuttonisalsousedfor:
-ActivationoftheVolvoPentaLowspeed/Trollingfunc-
tion(optional).Formoreinformationpleasereferto
chapterOperationsectionVolvoPentaLowspeed/
Trolling.
-Enabelingofemergencytrimming.Formoreinforma-
tionpleaserefertochapterIncaseofemergency:
Emergencytrimming.
EVC control panel
ThecontrolpanelisusedincombinationwiththeEVCsystemtachometer.Thetachometerdisplayshowsoper-
atinginformationandmenusthatcanbenavigatedfromthecontrolpanel.
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Instruments
Main menu structure
EVC System Tachometer
Introduction
VolvoPentaEVCSystemTachometerpresentsrele-
vantboatandengineinformationtothehelmsman.In-
formationispresentedonadisplayinthetachometer.
Informationisdependingonenginemodel,numberof
sensorsandtypeofaccessories.
Using the instrument
Start-up screen
Thisisthestart-upscreenfortheEVCSystemTa-
chometer.AfterafewsecondsthefrstiteminMAIN
MENUwillappear.
Main menu
Navigating the menus
NavigatethemenusbyturningNAVIGATIONWHEEL
clockwiseorcounter-clockwise.ViewswithaPOIN-
TINGHAND-symbolindicatesaSUB-MENU.Toenter
aSUB-MENU,pushNAVIGATIONWHEEL.
Speed (Optional)
Boatspeed.RequiresmultisensororGPS.
Water temp (Optional)
Watertemperature.Requiresmultisensor.
Depth (Optional)
Waterdepth.Requiresmultisensor.
Trip menu (Optional)
Showstripinformation.Requiresthefollowing:
- MultisensororNMEA0183/NMEA2000compatible
component(plotter,GPS,paddlewheeletc)
- Fuellevelsender
- Tripcomputersoftware
Gauges menu
Showsdataparameters.
Settings menu
TheSETTINGSMENUallowstheusertosetvarious
optionsfortheEVCSystemandtocalibratevarious
parameters.
Faults list
NumberafterwordFAULTSindicatesnumberoffaults
storedinFAULTSLIST.Listisresetwhensystemis
rebooted.
NOTE!Faultslistisnotshownifnofaultsareregiste-
red.
Tripmenu
Gaugesmenu
Settingsmenu
Faultslist
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Instruments
Trip menu (extra optional)
IntheTRIPMENUtheusergetstripinformationfromtheEVCSystemandtheuserisallowedtoselectwhich
viewthatshouldbepresentedintheEVCSystemTachometersMAINMENUastripinformation.Togettripinfor-
mationfollowingarerequired:
- MultisensororNMEA0183/NMEA2000compatiblecomponent(plotter,GPS,paddlewheeletc)
- Fuellevelsender
- Tripcomputersoftware
NOTE!Theaccuracyoftripinformationconcerning,andbasedon,remainingfuelvolumedependsonwhich
methodtheuserhaschoosenforcalibratingthefueltank.
WheninTRIPMENU,selectviewbyturningNAVIGATIONWHEEL.Toselectviewasfavorite,pushNAVIGA-
TIONWHEEL.SystemreturnstoMAINMENU.
PushBACKBUTTONtoreturntoMAINMENUwithoutsettinganewfavorite.
Unitsareuserselectable.Seesection"Units"
TRIP RESET:Resetalltripdata.
FUEL REMAINING:Fuelremaining(l,Gal).
FUEL ECONOMY:Instantaneousfuelrateperdis-
tance(l/nm,l/km,l/mile,Gal/nm,Gal/km,Gal/mile).
FUEL RATE:Instantaneousfuelrateperhour(l/h,
Gal/h).
DISTANCE TO EMPTY:Distancetoemptybasedon
instantaneousfuelrate,remainingfuelandspeed
(nm,km,miles).
TIME TO EMPTY:Timetoemptybasedoninstanta-
neousfuelrateandremainingfuel(h).
TRIP DISTANCE:Tripdistancesincelastreset(nm,
km,miles).
TRIP FUEL:Tripfuelusedsincelastreset(l,Gal).
TRIP FUEL ECONOMY:Averagefuelrateperdis-
tancesincelastreset(l/nm,l/km,l/mile,Gal/nm,Gal/
km,Gal/mile).
TRIP FUEL RATE:Averagefuelrateperhoursince
lastreset(l/h,Gal/h).
TRIP TIME:Tripenginehourssincelastreset(h).
Trip menu structure
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Gauges menu
InGAUGESMENUtheusergetsinformationfromanaloguesenders,placedontheengine.Ifthedataisnot
availabletheparameterwillnotbedisplayed.
WheninGAUGESMENU,selectviewbyturningNAVIGATIONWHEEL.Toselectviewasfavorite,pushNAVI-
GATIONWHEEL.SystemreturnstoMAINMENU.
PushBACKBUTTONtoreturntoMAINMENUwithoutsettinganewfavorite.
VOLTAGE:(V)
ENGINE HOURS:(h)
ENGINE RPM:(RPM)
COOLANT TEMP:(C,F)
ENGINE OIL PRESSURE:(kPa,PSI)
EXHAUST TEMP:(C,F)
TURBO PRESSURE:(kPa,PSI)
TRANSMISSION OIL TEMPERATURE:(C,F)
TRIM ANGLE:()
RUDDER ANGLE:()
FUEL LEVEL:(%)
FRESH WATER LEVEL:(%)
Gauges menu structure
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Settings menu
IntheSETTINGSMENUtheuserisallowedtosetvariousoptionsfortheEVCsystemandtocalibratevarious
parameters.
IMPORTANT!Forallsettingsandcalibrationprocedures:ActivatehelmstationbypushingtheACTIVA-
TIONBUTTON.
NOTE!Fortwininstallationsalwaysperformthesettingsontheportsidesystem.Portsideisthemasterside.
WheninSETTINGSMENU,selectviewbyturningNAVIGATIONWHEEL.ViewswithaPOINTINGHAND-sym-
bolindicatesaSUB-MENU.ToenteraSUB-MENU,pushNAVIGATIONWHEEL.
PushBACKBUTTONtoreturntoMAINMENU.
INFO BEEP:Setinfobeepsoundlevelforthebuilt-in
buzzerinEVCtachometer.
PTA (optional):PowertrimAssistant(On/Off)
DEPTH ALARM:Settingsfordepthalarmfunctions.
UNITS:Choosewhichunitstodisplay.SetUSormet-
ricandunitsfordistance,nm,km,miles.
PTA CALIBRATION (optional):Calibrationofthe
PowertrimAssistant.
FUEL TANK CALIBRATION:Calibrationofthefuel
tank.
CHASSIS ID:ShowsinformationabouttheEVCsys-
temandtheVIN(VehicleIdentifcationNumber).
SEL LANGUAGE:Selectlanguage(10different)
DISPLAY CONTRAST:Adjustthecontrastofthedis-
play.
SPEED FACTOR:Setthecalibrationfactorforthe
boatspaddlewheelspeedsensor.
Settings menu structure
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DEPTH ALARM, ON/OFF
DepthalarmcanbeswitchedON/OFF.
SET DEPTH
AdjustthedepthalarmvaluebyturningtheNAVIGA-
TIONWHEEL.Thevaluecanbeadjustedataresolu-
tionof0.1mor1ft.
Onceadjustmentvalueisreached,thedataisstored
bypushingNAVIGATIONWHEEL.
DEPTH OFFSET
Thedepthsoundercanbeplacedsomewhereonthe
hullthatgivesanotherdepththanthedesireddepth.
Youcanthenaddorsubtractadistancesothatthe
displayshowsthedepthfrom,forexample,thelowest
pointontheboat,orfromthesurface.
AdjustthedepthoffsetvaluebyturningtheNAVIGA-
TIONWHEEL.Thevaluecanbeadjustedataresolu-
tionof0.1mor1ft.
Onceadjustmentvalueisreached,thedataisstored
bypushingNAVIGATIONWHEEL.
Depth alarm pop-up
Thedepthalarmpop-upwillappearwhenthedepthis
lessthanthedepthalarmsetpoint.Thepop-upshows
theactualdepth.
AcknowledgedepthalarmbypushingNAVIGATION
WHEEL.
Thedepthalarmpop-upwillre-appearevery30sec-
ondsuntilthedepthincreasesandexceedsthedepth
alarmsetpoint.
Depth alarm (extra optional)
Alldepthalarmfunctionsareaccessedthroughthismenu.Amultisensorneedstobeinstalled.
Depth alarm signal loss
Ifthedepthalarmisenabledandthedepthsignalis
lost,forinstanceinthecaseofsensormalfunction,the
depthalarmsignallosspop-upwillappear.
Depthsounder
Waterline
Lowestpoint
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Select units and language
Choosewhichunitsandlanguagestodisplay.
NOTE!LanguageandunitsettingsmustbeperformedinallEVCsystemtachometers.
US or METRIC
1. ActivatehelmstationbypushingtheACTIVATION
BUTTON.
2. SelectSETTINGSfromMAINMENUbyturn-
ingNAVIGATIONWHEEL.PushNAVIGATION
WHEELtoenterSETTINGSMENU.
3. SelectUNITSandpushNAVIGATIONWHEEL.
4. SelectUSORMETRICandpushNAVIGATION
WHEEL.
5. SetUSorMETRICunitsbyturningNAVIGATION
WHEELandconfrmbypushingNAVIGATION
WHEEL.
DISTANCE
1. ActivatehelmstationbypushingtheACTIVATION
BUTTON.
2. SelectSETTINGSfromMAINMENUbyturn-
ingNAVIGATIONWHEEL.PushNAVIGATION
WHEELtoenterSETTINGSMENU.
3. SelectUNITSandpushNAVIGATIONWHEEL.
4. SelectDISTANCEandpushNAVIGATION
WHEEL.
5. Setdistanceunit:km,nmormilesandconfrmby
pushingNAVIGATIONWHEEL.
LANGUAGE
1. ActivatehelmstationbypushingtheACTIVATION
BUTTON.
2. SelectSETTINGSfromMAINMENUbyturn-
ingNAVIGATIONWHEEL.PushNAVIGATION
WHEELtoenterSETTINGSMENU.
3. SelectSELLANGUAGEandpushNAVIGATION
WHEEL.
4. SelectlanguageandconfrmbypushingNAVIGA-
TIONWHEEL.
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PTA CALIBRATION
NOTE!FortwininstallationsalwaysperformthePTA
CALIBRATIONontheportsidesystem.Portsideis
themasterside.
1. ActivatehelmstationbypushingtheACTIVATION
BUTTON.
2. SelectSETTINGSfromMAINMENUbyturn-
ingNAVIGATIONWHEEL.PushNAVIGATION
WHEELtoenterSETTINGSMENU.
3. SelectPTACALIBRATIONandpushNAVIGATION
WHEEL.
4. SelectPTACALIBRATIONPOSITION(1-5)by
turningNAVIGATIONWHEEL.PushNAVIGATION
WHEELtoenterselectedPTACALIBRATIONPO-
SITION.
5. SetRPMforPTACALIBRATIONPOSITIONby
turningNAVIGATIONWHEELandconfrmby
pushingNAVIGATIONWHEEL.
NOTE!RPMcannotbesetforPTACALIBRATION
POSITION1,idlingspeed.
6. SetTRIMANGLEforselectedPTACALIBRATION
POSITIONbyturningNAVIGATIONWHEELand
confrmbypushingNAVIGATIONWHEEL.
UsethesameprocedureforallPTACALIBRATION
POSITIONs(1-5).PushBACKBUTTONtoreturnto
SETTINGSMENU.
Power Trim Assistant, PTA (extra optional)
ThePowertrimAssistantadjusttrimangleautomaticallyaccordingtoenginespeed(rpm).Itispossibletoset
fvetrimanglesatfvedifferentenginespeeds(Idlespeedincluded).
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Fuel tank calibration
Therearetwopossiblecalibrationmethodsforthefueltank.Oneapproximative,FULLTANKCALIBRATION,
andonemoreprecise,FUELMULTIPOINTCALIBRATION.Afuellevelsenderneedtobeinstalled.
NOTE!IfFUELTANKCALIBRATIONisnotshowninSETTINGSMENU,pleasecontactyourVolvoPentadealer.
FUEL MULTIPOINT CALIBRATION
WhenFUELMULTIPOINTCALIBRATIONisselected,
thefuellevelsenderiscalibratedinfveequallydivid-
edsteps;20%full(pos1),40%full(pos2),60%full
(pos3),80%full(pos4)and100%full(pos5)
NOTE!Toperformmultipointcalibration,fueltank
mustbeLESSthan20%full.IfcalibrationskipsPOS
1andgoesdirectlytoPOS2,thefueltankcontainsto
muchfuelandthecalibrationwillnotbecorrect.
1. ActivatehelmstationbypushingtheACTIVATION
BUTTON.
2. SelectSETTINGSfromMAINMENUbyturn-
ingNAVIGATIONWHEEL.PushNAVIGATION
WHEELtoenterSETTINGSMENU.
3. SelectFUELTANKCALIBRATIONandpush
NAVIGATIONWHEEL.
4. SelectFUELMULTIPOINTCALIBRATIONby
turningNAVIGATIONWHEEL.PushNAVIGATION
WHEELtoenterFUELMULTIPOINTCALIBRA-
TION.
NOTE!Thefuelmultipointcalibrationproceduredif-
fersdependingonEVCsoftwarerelease.
5A.IfthenumberafterPOSinthedisplayisfashing:
Fillfueltankwith displayedvolume(POS1)and
pushNAVIGATIONWHEEL.Addfuel(donotreset
thepump)uptodisplayedvolumeforeachPOS
untilthetankiflled.
PushBACKBUTTONtoreturntoSETTINGSMENU.
5B.IfthenumberafterPOSisnotfashing:
Fillfueltankwithdisplayedvolume(POS1)and
pushNAVIGATIONWHEEL.Repeatprocedurefor
eachPOSuntilthetankisflled.
PushBACKBUTTONtoreturntoSETTINGSMENU.
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FUEL FULL TANK CALIBRATION
WhenFUELFULLTANKCALIBRATIONisselected,
thefuellevelsenderiscalibratedinonestep.Thisonly
givesanapproximatedvalueofthefuellevel.There-
forealltripdataconcerningandbasedon,remaining
fuelvolumeshouldberecognizedasapproximated
valuesonly.
1. ActivatehelmstationbypushingtheACTIVATION
BUTTON.
2. SelectSETTINGSfromMAINMENUbyturn-
ingNAVIGATIONWHEEL.PushNAVIGATION
WHEELtoenterSETTINGSMENU.
3. SelectFUELTANKCALIBRATIONandpushNAV-
IGATIONWHEEL.
4. SelectFUELFULLTANKCALIBRATIONbyturn-
ingNAVIGATIONWHEEL.PushNAVIGATION
WHEELtoenterFULLTANKCALIBRATION.
4. FillfueltankandpushNAVIGATIONWHEEL.
PushBACKBUTTONtoreturntoSETTINGSMENU.
Fuel alarm pop-up
Thefuellevelalarmpop-upwillappearwhenthefuel
levelislowerthanfuelalarmsetpoint.Thepop-up
showsthepercentageoffuelremaining.
AcknowledgefuelalarmbypushingNAVIGATION
WHEEL.
Fuellevelalarmpop-upwillre-appearevery10min-
utesuntilthefuellevelintankishigherthanfuelalarm
setpoint.
Fuel level signal loss
Ifthefuellevelhasbeensetandthefuellevelsignalis
lost,forinstanceinthecaseofsensormalfunction,the
fuellevelalarmsignallosspop-upwillappear.
Approximated trip data
Thispop-upwillbeshowneverytimeafterstart-upif
FUELFULLTANKCALIBRATIONisperformed.
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Speed factor
Thespeedfactorfortheboatspaddlewheelspeed
sensorcanbeadjustedataresolutionof1%andis
usedbytheEVCtoapplyacorrectiontotheoutput
fromthespeedsensor.
Set speed factor
Setspeedfactorwhiledrivingtheboat.Compare
displayedspeedwithspeeddatafromGPS(orother
boat)andadjustthespeedfactoruntiltheycorre-
spond.
AdjustthespeedfactorbyturningtheNAVIGATION
WHEEL.
Onceadjustmentvalueisreached,thedataisstored
bypushingNAVIGATIONWHEEL.
Information message
Start attempt with gear engaged
Theenginecontrollevermustalwaysbeinneutralbe-
forestarting.Ifnot,thispop-upwillbeshown.
Approximated trip data
Thispop-upwillbeshowneverytimeafterstart-upif
FUELFULLTANKCALIBRATIONisperformed.
Retrieving faults
TheEVCsystemisretrievingfaultsfromitsnodes.
Monitoring mode (inactive station)
Aninactivestationcanshowsysteminformation.Push
MULTIFUNCTIONBUTTONontheinactivestation.
Itispossibletonavigatethemenuswheninmonitor-
ingmode.
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EVC System Display (extra
optional)
Introduction
VolvoPentaEVCsystemdisplayisaninstrument
whichdisplaysoperatinginformationabouttheengine
andallowsyoutocommunicatewiththeengines
electricalsystem.
OperationinformationisshownonanLCDdisplay.
Thedrivercanselectthedisplaymodeoperativeon
thedisplaywiththeaidofthefvebuttonsonthefront
oftheinstrument.
Thefourbuttonsatthefurthestleftareusedtodis-
playoperatinginformationindifferentways.Thebut-
tonatthefurthestrightisusedtoadjustthedisplay
contrastandtoaccesstheso-calledconfguration
menu.Varioussettingsetc.canbedoneinit.Youcan
alsousetheconfgurationmenutoreachthedisplay
modeSYSTEMINFORMATION(whichcanalsobe
reachedviabutton2,pleaserefertotheschedule
below).Thisdisplaymodefunctionsinthesameway
asthedisplayinthetachometer(EVCSystemTacho-
meter).
Beforethedisplayisused,itmaybenecessaryto
modifythewaythatthedisplayshowsoperatingin-
formation,tocomplywithuserrequirements.Youcan
seethesettingsthatcanbechangedinthesection
abouttheconfgurationmenu.
Structure of the display functions
Button1

Engine
(10different
fuelinforma-
tion)
Button2

Multi
(displayin
severalwin-
dows)
Button3

Trip
Button4

Graph
(displayas
graphs)
Fuel
consumpti-
on/time
Fuel
consumption
Trip
fuel
consumption
Numerical
display
Instrument
display
Zeroing
oftripinfor-
mation
Button1de-
pressed
Button2
depressed
Button4de-
pressed
Graph
display1
Graph
display2
Graph
display3
Button5
Contrast/Con-
fguration
Button5
depressedfor>3sec
Button5
depressed
1 2 3 4 5
Contrast
Button3de-
pressed
Keepbutton
3depressed
for3sec.
Tripinfo.
Confgurationmenu
- System information
-Settings
-System
System information
Morefuelinfo.available
Moredisplaysavailable
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Display after starting screen
DisplaymodeENGINE(button1)isalwaysshownaf-
terthestartingscreenwhenthedisplayisfrststarted
up(moreinformationaboutthisdisplaymodecanbe
foundbelowintheinstructions).Oncethedisplayhas
beenused,itwillalwaysshowthedisplaymodewhen
itstartsup,thatwasselectedwhenthedisplaywas
lastswitchedoff.
Figureforsingleengine
installation
Figurefortwinengine
installation
Connection fault
Ifthedisplaydoesnotregistertransferofoperating
informationfromtheelectricalsystem,thepop-up
windowwillfashCONNECTIONLOSTWhenopera-
tinginformationhasbeenregistered/reset,thepop-up
windowdisappears.
Start image
Thisisthestartingimagethatisshownonthedisplay
forabriefperiodafterstarting.
Iftheunitgivesaconstantaudiblewarningafterstar-
ting,theself-testhasfailed.Theunitwillstillwork,but
maybehaveinanunexpectedmanner.
Symbols for operating information
Turbochargepressure(current)
Inductionairtemperature
Exhausttemperature
Voltage
Oilpressure,reversegear
Oiltemperature,reversegear
Fuellevel
Differentialpressure,oilflter
Enginespeed
Coolanttemperature
Enginetemperature
Fuelpumppressure
Oilpressure
Coolanttemperature
Speed
Fuelconsumption/time
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Set display contrast
Pressbutton5(furthestright)tosetdisplaycontrast.
Thenpresstheappropriatebuttonstoadaptthele-
vels,thensavethesettingsbypressingEXIT.The
displayunithas5contrastsettings.
Confguration menu (button 5)
(depressed for longer than 3 s)
Theconfgurationmenuisusedto:
- accessthedisplaymodeSYSTEMINFORMA-
TION
- dovarioussettingsforthedisplay.
- reachinformationandfunctionsforservicingthe
display.
Pleaserefertotheconfgurationmenustructurebelow
andreadthefollowingsection,whichexplainseach
sectioninthemenu.
Note! Theportengineorbothenginesmusthavethe
ignitionswitchedonwhendisplaysettingsarechan-
ged.
Confguration menu structure
System
Information

Language (8available)
Bleep ON,OFF
Engine PORT,STARBOARD
TWIN,SINGLE
Engineseries D1/D2,>D2
Settings GLOBAL,LOCAL
Display
Units

Settings
System

Engine [2500rpm:9000r/min]instagesof500rpm
Speed On,off
Speed [10KNOT:100KNOT]instagesof10(inappropriateunits)
Graphinterval 2MIN,10MIN,30MIN,60MIN,2H,4H,8H
Readmoreaboutthisdisplaymode
onthenextpage

Speed Knots,mph,km/hr
Distance NM,Miles,km
Oilpressure kPa,psi
Turbopressure kPa,psi
Fuelconsumption Liter/hr,Gal(US)/hr,IGal/hr
Temperature degreesC,degreesF
Volume Liter,Gal(US),ImperialGallons
Depth(stddistance) m,ft
MenuSYSTEM
isforservicetechnicians
TheUNITSmenuis
onlyavailableifLOCAL
hasbeenselectedin
themenuSETTINGS
Demo
ComViewer
Prog.tx
About

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Settings
MenuSETTINGSisusedtodovarioussettingsfor
thedisplay.
- Language:Thisiswhereyouselectthelangu-
agethatthedisplayshoulduse(8different
languagesareavailable).
- Bleep:Thisiswhereyouselectwhetherabeep
shouldbeheardwhenanybuttonisdepressed.
ON/OFF.
- Engine: Thisiswhereyouselecttheenginefor
whichoperatingdatawillbedisplayed.SINGLE,
PORT,STARBOARDorTWIN.
- Engine series: Thisiswhereyouselectthe
engineforwhichthedisplayhasbeeninstalled
D1/D2,>D2.Thedisplayispre-setforusewith
engineslargerthanD2.
Display mode System Information
SYSTEMINFORMATIONisadisplaymodethatfunc-
tionsinthesamewayasthedisplayinthetachometer
(EVCSystemTachometer).Younavigateroundthese
functions,usingthebuttonsonthefree-standingcon-
trolpanel.
IndisplaymodeSYSTEMINFORMATIONthereare
severalfunctions:
- Displayofoperatinginformation,informationmes-
sagesandalarm(note!Thedisplayisadaptedto
suitthesizeofthepanelinthetachometer).
- Settingsfordisplayingoperatinginformationinthis
displaymode.
- Allcalibrations.
Detailedinstructionsforthefunctionsindisplaymode
SYSTEMINFORMATIONarefoundinthesection
aboutthetachometerinthisownersmanual.
Information message and alarm
Thedisplayautomaticallyswitchestodisplaymode
SYSTEMINFORMATIONwhentheelectricalsys-
temneedstoshowinformationmessagesoralarms.
Instructionsabouthowinformationmessagesand
alarmsshouldbehandledarefoundinthesection
aboutthetachometerandinthesectionIncaseof
emergencyinthisownersmanual.
SYSTEMINFORMATIONdisplaymodefor
twinengineinstallations
Controlpanel
SYSTEMINFORMATIONdisplaymodeforsin-
gleengineinstallations
Alarmexample
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- Display:Thisiswhereyousetthemeasurement
intervalsofthespeedometersandtachometers.
Rpmengine:[2500rpm:9000r/min]instagesof
500rpm
- Speed:Changespeeddisplay(on/off)
- Speed:[10KNOT:100KNOT]instatesof10(in
theappropriatespeedintervals)
- Graphinterval:2MIN,10MIN,30MIN,60MIN,
2H,4H,8H
- Units:(ThismenuisonlydisplayedifLOCALhas
beenselectedinmenuSETTINGS).Thisiswhere
youselectthemeasurementunitstobeusedto
displayoperatinginformation.(GLOBALispre-set,
whichmeansthattheunitsofmeasurementare
pre-set,buttheycanbechangedifLOCALisse-
lectedinmenuUNITS).
- Speed:KNOT,MPH,KM/H
- Thedistanceisadjustedtosuitthespeedunit:
NM,MILE,KM
- OilorTurbopressure:kPa,PSI
- Volume:LITER,GAL,ImperialGAL
- Fuelconsumption/time:isadjustedtosuitthe
volumeunit:L/H,GAL/H,IGAL/H
- Temperature:C(CELSIUS),F(Fahrenheit)

System
MenuSYSTEMisintendedtoprovidethenecessary
functionsandinformationforservicetechnicians.
- Demo:SwitchesbetweendemomodeON/OFF
TheunitisinnormaloperationmodewhenDemo
isOFF.
- Com Viewer:Showsthelatestmessagesreceived
onthecommunicationinputs
- Prog tx: Transfersthecontents oftheapplication
programinthefashmemorytootherCANtrak
unitsonthesameCANbuslink
- About:Showsthefollowinginformation:
ID no:Displayserialnumber
Eeprom:No.ofwritestotheEEPROM
Vers:Softwareversionnumber
Chk:Flashmemorychecksum
Part no:Volvospartnumberforthesoftware
Source: Showsthesourceofthereceiveddata
Label:Labelallocatedonthebus.Eachuniton
thesamebusmusthaveitsownuniquelabel
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Menu, trip computer
Fuelconsumption(L/N.M.)-
Ifinformationaboutspeedisavailable>2knot
Tripfuelconsumption(L)
Button1
Changesdisplayeachtimethebuttonispressed
Remainingfuel(untilthetankisempty)(L)
Ifthereisatanksensor
Triphours(hr)
Remainingdistance(untilthetankisempty)(L)
Ifthereisatanksensor
Tripfuelconsumption/time(L/hr)
Remainingtime(untilthetankisempty)(hr)
Fuelconsumption/time(L/hr)
Tripdistance(N.M)
Figurefortwinengineinstallation
Figureforsingleengineinstallation
Display mode Engine (Button 1)
Thisdisplaymodeshowstheenginespeedandboat
speedintheformofstandardinstruments,together
withatripcomputerandfuellevelgauge.Thefuelle-
velgaugeisdisplayedifthereisatanksenderinstal-
led.
Note!Tripinformationisonlydisplayediffollowingare
installed:
- MultisensororNMEA0183/NMEA2000compa-
tible component(plotter,GPS,paddlewheeletc)
- Fuellevelsender
- Softwarefortripcomputer(orderanddownload
fromVODIAwebsite)
Thetripcomputershowsvarioustypesofinformation
ifyourepeatedlypressthebuttonENGINE(ENGINE)
(button1).Pleaserefertothetripcomputermenube-
low.
Note! Onlymetricvaluesaredisplayed,butother
unitscanbedisplayediftheyhavebeenchoseninthe
confgurationmenu.
Thescalevaluesformaximumenginespeedand
maximumspeedcanbesetintheconfgurationmenu.
Ifinformationaboutboatspeedisnotavailable,the
displayshowscoolanttemperatureinstead.
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Display mode Multi (button 2)
Thisdisplaymodeshowsoperatinginformationinfour
differentwindows(seebelow).Theusercanchoose
theoperatinginformationtobedisplayedineachwin-
dow.
Theinformationcanbedisplayedasfguresoras
standardinstruments.Displayindicationshiftsbet-
weenthetwomodeswhenyoupressbutton2repea-
tedly.
Ifanitemofoperatinginformationisnotavailable,the
unitdisplaysandtheanaloguegaugeneedleis
notshown.
FromthisdisplaymodeMULTI,youcanalsoreach
displaymodethatfunctionsinthesamewayasthe
smallerdisplayinthetachometer.Readmoreabout
thisdisplaymodeSYSTEMINFORMATIONinthe
confgurationmenusection.
Set the appearance of the display mode Multi
DisplaymodeMULTIhasamodetosettheoperating
informationtobedisplayedineachwindow.
Thesettingmodeisreachedbypressingbutton5(fur-
thestright),whenyouareinthedisplaymodeMULTI.
Pleaserefertotheillustrationsbelow.
Note!Thetypeofoperatinginformationavailable
dependsontheelectricalsystemintheboatandthe
sensorsthattheboatisequippedwith.Optionalsen-
sorsincludedepthgauge,watertemperature,speed,
trimangleandrudderangle.
Note!Thisappliestothegraphicdisplay:
Themaximumenginespeedrangecanbesetonthe
confgurationmenu.
Thevoltageintervalcanbe[8V:16V]or[16V:32V]
andischangedautomatically,dependingonthelatest
datavalue.
Exampleofdisplayinseveralwindowsfor
twinengineinstallation
Exampleofdisplayinseveralwindowsfor
singleengineinstallation
Pressbutton5tochoosesettingmode
Buttons1to4areusedtoadjustthecorrespondingwindow
(pleaserefertotheblackmarkings)
Figureforsingleengine
installation
Figurefortwinengine
installation
Figurefortwinengine
installation
Figureforsingleengine
installation
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Windowwithcurveforsingleengineinstallation
(showsenginespeed)
Windowwithcurvefortwinengineinstallation
(showsenginespeed)
Figureforsingleengineinstallation
Figurefortwinengineinstallation
Display mode Graph (button 4)
Inthisdisplaymode,operatinginformationisdisplay-
edintheformofahistograph.Pressbutton4repea-
tedlytoshowdifferentoperatinginformation.
Ifanitemofoperatinginformationisnotavailable,that
windowcannotbechosen.
Ifcontactwiththerelevantinformationislostduring
display,thecurvewillnolongerbedrawn,buttheline
willcontinuetoscrollacrossthewindow.
Datafortheportengineorsingleengineinformation
isdrawnwithablackline.
Dataforthestarboardengineinformationisdrawn
withagrayline.
Themaximumtimeintervalcanbesettooneofthe
followingvaluesintheconfgurationmenu:2min,10
min,30min,1h,2h,4h,8h.
TheintervalontheYaxisisautomaticallyadjustedfor
bestindication.
Display mode Trip (button 3)
Thisdisplaymodeshows:
- Fuelusedafterlastzeroing
- Instantaneousfuelconsumption(amountoffuel
usedperhour)(Ifspeedinformationisavailable,in-
stantaneousfuelconsumptioncanalsobecalcula-
tedinrelationtodistance.)
- Operationtimeafterlastzeroing
- Totaloperatingtime(cannotbezeroed)
Ifyouwanttozerothetripvalues(tripfuelconsump-
tionandtripoperatingtime),keepbutton3depres-
sedfor1second.Theunitbeepsandthevaluesare
zeroed.
Note!
Whenthedisplayissetforatwinengineinstallation,
theinformationdisplayedforeachenginewillbe
thesumofthevaluesfrombothengines,apartfrom
operatingtime.Operationtimesfortwinenginesare
shownseparately.
Thesizeoftheoperatinghoursfguresshownonthe
displayisreducedifthenumberdoesnotftinthe
window.
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Controls
ThischapterdescribestheinstrumentpanelssoldbyVolvoPentaforyourengine.Ifyourboatisequippedwith
controlswhicharenotdescribedhereandyoufeeluncertainaboutthefunction,pleasecontactthedealeryou
purchasedtheboatfrom.
Disengaging the shift function
Theshiftfunctioncanbedisengagedsothatthecontrol
leveronlyaffectstheenginespeed.
1. Movethelevertotheneutralposition(N)
2. Presstheneutralbutton(N)inandholditdownwhile
movingthecontrolleverforwardtotheshiftposition
(F).
3. Releasetheneutralbutton.Thegreenindicatorbegins
tofashtoacknowledgethattheshiftfunctionisdisen-
gaged.
Thelevernowonlycontrolsenginespeed.
Whentheleverismovedbacktotheneutralpositionitwill
automaticallyre-engage.Thisisconfrmedbythegreen
indicationwhichgivesconstantlight.
WARNING!Takecarenottoengagethereverse
gear/sterndriveunintentionally.
Single lever control. Electronic
Operation
Boththeshiftfunctionandenginespeedcontrolarecon-
trolledusingthesinglelevercontrol.
N =Neutralposition(reversegear/sterndriveisdisenga-
gedandtheenginerunsatidlespeed).
F=Reversegear/sterndriveengagedformovement
ahead.
R=Reversegear/sterndriveengagedformovementas-
tern.
T=Adjustmentofenginespeed.
NOTE!TheenginecanonlybestartediftheControllever
isintheneutralposition.
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Friction brake
Thecontrolhasafrictionbrakewhichcanbeadjustedas
necessarytoprovidelighterorheavierleveraction.
Adjusting the friction brake:
1. Stoptheengine.
2. Moverthecontrolleverforwardssothatthegroovein
thehubofthecontrolleverisaccessible.
3. Positionascrewdriverinthegrooveandremovethe
plug.
4. Adjustthefrictionbrake(8mmwrench):
Clockwise =heavierleveraction
Counter clockwise=lighterleveraction.
5. Reinstalltheplug.
Side mounted control lever. Electronic
Operation
Boththeshiftfunctionandenginespeedcontrolarecon-
trolledusingthecontrollever.
N =Neutralposition(sterndriveisdisengagedandthe
enginerunsatidlespeed).
F=Sterndriveengagedformovementahead.
R=Sterndriveengagedformovementastern.
T=Adjustmentofenginespeed.
NOTE!TheenginecanonlybestartediftheControlle-
verisintheneutralposition.
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Controls
Two lever control. Mechanical
Operation
Thetwolevercontrolhasseparateleversforshifting(1)and
speedcontrol(2).
Thecontrolhasaneutralpositionswitchthatonlyallowsthe
enginetobestartedwiththereversegearinneutral.
Black lever (1):
N =Neutralposition.Reversegearisdisengaged.
F=Reversegearengagedformovementahead.
R=Reversegearengagedformovementastern.
Red lever (2):
Enginespeedcontrol.
Friction brake
Thecontrolhasanadjustablefrictionbrakeforspeedcon-
trol.
Adjustthefrictionbrakebyturningthescrew(controlA)or
lever(controlB).
Turnclockwise(+)forheavier levermovementoranti-
clockwise()forlighter levermovement.
A
B
A
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Controls
Starting the engine
Makeitahabittogivetheengineandenginebayavisualcheckbeforestarting.Thiswillhelpyoutodiscover
quicklyifanythingabnormalhashappened,orisabouttohappen.Alsocheckthatinstrumentsandwarningdis-
playsshownormalvaluesafteryouhavestartedtheengine.
Tominimizestartingsmokeincoldstarting,werecommendthataheatershouldbeinstalledtowarmtheengine
bayattemperaturesbelow+5C.
WARNING!Neverusestartsprayorsimilarproductsasastartingaid.Explosionrisk!
Before starting
Openthefueltap
Opentheseacock(reversegear)
DothetasksundertheDailybeforefrststart
headinginthemaintenanceschedule.
Turnthemainswitcheson.
IMPORTANT! Neverdisconnectthecurrent
withthemainswitcheswhentheengineis
running.Thiscandamagethealternator.
Starttheenginebayfan,ifoneisinstalled,andlet
itrunforatleastfourminutes.
Checkthattheamountoffuelaboardisenough
foryourplannedvoyage.
Checktheoillevel.
Lowerthedrive(s)ifraised.
General information about starting
Theenginecontrollevermustalwaysbeinneutral
beforestarting.Theenginemanagementsystemen-
suresthattheenginereceivesthecorrectamountof
fuel- evenwhentheengineiscold.
Theengineispre-heatedbytheenginecontrolunit,
whichallowstheenginetocrankseveralrevolutions
withthestartermotorbeforefuelisinjected.The
coldertheengineis,themorerevolutionstheengine
makes.Thisraisesthetemperatureinthecombustion
chambers,whichensuresreliablestartingandredu-
cesstartingsmoke.
Theidlingspeedisalsogovernedbyenginetempe-
rature,andissomewhatraisedafteracoldstart.
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Starting method
Put the reverse gear/stern drive in neutral
Putthereversegearinneutralbymovingthecontrol
lever(s)toneutralatallcontrolpositions.
Two lever control: Alsocheckthattheenginespeed
leverisintheidlingposition.
Turn the ignition on
TurnthestarterkeytopositionItoswitchtheignition
on.
Check LEDs
Eachtimetheignitionisturnedon,allLEDsareillumi-
natedonthemaincontrolpanel.CheckthatallLEDs
function.
Iftheboathasmorethanonecontrolpanel,theLEDs
ontheotherpanel(s)arenotcheckeduntilthecontrol
panel(s)is(are)activated.
Check the tachometer display
Ifafaultisregistereditwillbeshowninthetachome-
terdisplay.
Lock the system.
Iftheboathasmorethanonecontrolpanel,thesys-
temcanbelocked,sothattheenginecanonlybe
controlledfromtheactivatedcontrolboard.Pressthe
activationbuttonforasecondtolockthesystem.The
padlocksignlightsupinconfrmation.
Unlockthesystembypressingtheactivationbutton
foronesecond.Thiscanonlybedonefromanactiva-
tedcontrolpanel.
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Startingtheengine
Start the engine
Start using the ignition switch
Turnthekeytoposition III.Releasethekeyandletit
keyspringbacktopositionIassoonastheengine
hasstarted.Stopcrankingiftheenginedoesnotstart
within20sek.
Starting with the starter button
Pressthestarterbutton.Releasethebuttonassoon
astheenginehasstarted.Pleasenotethatifyoustart
fromanalternativecontrolstation,thestarterkeyat
themaincontrolstationmustbeinposition I.Stop
crankingiftheenginedoesnotstartwithin20sek.
Overheating protection
Ifthestartermotorisengagedforitsmaximumactiva-
tiontime(30seconds),thestartermotorcircuitiscut
automaticallytoprotectthestartermotorfromover-
heating.Leavethestartermotortocoolforatleast
fveminutes(ifpossible)beforemakinganewstart
attempt.
Read the instruments and warm the
engine up
Allowtheenginetoidleforthefrsttenseconds,and
checkthatinstrumentsanddisplaysshownormalval-
ues.Checkthatnoalarmsaredisplayedandthatno
warninglamps(optional)arefashing.
Thenwarmtheengineupatlowspeedandlowload,
sothatreachesnormaloperatingtemperaturebefore
fullpowerisused.
IMPORTANT! Neverracetheenginewhenitis
cold.
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Startingtheengine
Operation
Learntohandletheengine,controlsandotherequipmentinasafeandcorrectmannerbeforeyoucastoffon
yourmaidenvoyage.Remembertoavoidsuddenorsurprisingruddermovementsandgearshifting.Thereisa
riskthatpassengerscouldfalloveroroverboard.
WARNING!Arotatingpropellercancausesevereinjury.Checkthatthereisnobodyinthewaterbeforeyou
engageforward/aftdrive.Neverdriveclosetobathersorinareaswhereyoucouldreasonablyexpectthat
peoplecouldbeinthewater.
Reading the instruments
Readallinstrumentsdirectlyafterstarting,andthenregu-
larlyduringyourvoyage.
EVC system tachometer
Showsuserselectedboatandengineinformation.
Oil pressure
Theoilpressuregauge(analougeorintachometer)
shouldnormallyindicatebetween3-5bar.Itwillindicatea
somewhatlowervaluewhenidling.
Coolant temperature
Thetemperaturegauge(analougeorintachometer)
shouldnormallyindicatebetween7595C(167-203F)
duringnormaloperation.
Charging
Thevoltmeter(analougeorintachometer)shouldnormal-
lyindicateabout14V.
Acknowledging alarms and messages
Thereareseveraltypesofalarmsandmessagesthatcan
appearasapop-upinthetachometer/display.
NOTE! Somealarmsforfaultarealsoaccompaniedbya
buzzer.Firstsilencethebuzzerbypushingthe NAVI-
GATIONWHEELonthecontrolpanel.
1. Readthealarm/messagepop-up.
2. Acknowledgethepop-upbypushingthe NAVIGA-
TIONWHEELonthecontrolpanel(sometimesrepeat-
edly).Thepop-upwilldisappear.
3. Taketheindicatedactions.
Ifthereisanalarmpop-upofafaultpleaserefertotheIn
caseofemergencyandFaultregisterchapters.
NOTE! Ifthereisafuelalarmpop-upitwillreappearev-
ery10minutesuntiltankisflled.Ifthereisadepthalarm
pop-upitwillreappearevery30secondsuntilthedepth
exceedsthedepthalarmsetpoint.
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Alarm
Ifafaultoccurs,theaudiblewarningwillsoundandthe
relevantwarninglampontheoptionalalarmdisplaywill
starttofashandthetachometerdisplaywillshowaalarm
pop-up.
1. Reduceenginespeedtoidling.
2. Acknowledgedthelarmbypressingthenavigation
wheelonthecontrolpanelonce.
Whenthefaulthasbeenacknowledged,thelampcon-
cernedgivesconstantlightandtheaudiblewarningwill
becomesilent.
PleaserefertothechaptersIncaseofemergencyand
"Faultregister"andyouwillfnddetailedinformationabout
recommendedaction.
Thefaultwillalsobestoredintheformofafaultcodefor
aslongasthemalfunctionremains.Itispossibletoread
thefaultcodeduringasubsequentservice.
Cruising speed
Avoidoperationatfullthrottle,forbestfueleconomy.We
recommendacruisingspeedwhichisatleast10%below
themaximumenginespeedatfullspeed(fullthrottle).The
maximumenginespeedwillvaryduetopropellerchoice,
loadandseaconditions,butitshouldbeinthefullthrottle
range.
Full throttle range:
D4...................................................... 34003600rpm
D6...................................................... 34003600rpm
Iftheenginedoesnotreachthefullthrottlerange,this
couldbecausedbyanumberoffactorswhicharenotedin
theFaulttracingchapter.Iftheenginespeedexceedsthe
fullthrottlerange,selectacoarserpitchpropeller.Askyour
VolvoPentadealerforadvice.
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Operation
Changing helm station while cruising
(optional)
Thisfunctionmustbeenabledtopermitthecontrolpanel
tobechangedduringoperation.Thefunctioncanonly
beenabledbyauthorizedVolvoPentapersonnel.Please
contactyourVolvoPentadealer.
1. Presstheactivationbutton(1)tounlockthesystem.
Thepadlocksigngoesoutonallcontrolpanelstoin-
dicatethatitispossibletochangecontrolpanel.
2. Thecontrolleveronthealternativecontrolpanelmust
beinneutralbeforeitispossibletochangecontrolpa-
nel.
3. Presstheactivationbutton(1)onthealternativecon-
trolpanel.Theactivationbuttonindicationfasheson
thealternativecontrolpanel,andonthemaincontrol
panelitgivesconstantlight.
4. Thealternativecontrolpanelbecomesactivewhen
thecorrectgearandapprovedenginespeedisde-
manded.Theactivationbutton(1)givesconstantlight
toconfrmthatthecontrolpanelisactivated.Thesys-
temisnowlocked,whichisindicatedbythepadlock
sign,whichlightsup.
NOTE!Ifthecorrectgearorenginespeedisnot
demandedwithin15sec,thesystemrampsengine
speeddowntoneutralandthegearboxengagesneu-
tral.
Changing the helm station
Thefrsttimeyouchangecontrolpanelafterstartingthe
EVCsystem,abulbcheckisdoneautomatically.AllLEDs
andbulbslightupfor2seconds.
1. Checkthatthecontrollever(s)is(are)inneutralon
both thecontrolpanelyouleaveandonthenewcon-
trolpanel.
2. CheckthattheEVCsystemisnotlocked.
3. Presstheactivationbutton(1)foratleastonesecond.
Whenthebuttonisreleased,theindicationlightsupto
confrmthatthecontrolpositionisactivated.
4. Presstheactivationbutton(1)forafurthersecondto
locktheEVCsystem.Thepadlocksignlightsupin
confrmation.Unlockthesystembypressingtheac-
tivationbuttonforonesecond.Thiscanonlybedone
fromanactivatedcontrolpanel.
1
53
Operation
Operation
Shiftingbetweenforwardandreverseshouldbedoneat
idling.Shiftingathigherenginespeedscanbeuncomfor-
tableforpassengersandcauseunnecessarystresson
thesterndrive/reversegear,orcausetheenginetostop.
Ifyouattempttoshiftgearatanexcessiveenginespeed,
asafetyfunctioncutsinautomatically,anddelaysshifting
untilenginespeedhasfallento1500rpm.
Always do a forwards/revers operation as follows:
1. Reduceenginespeedtoidleandlettheboatmoreor
lessloseway.
WARNING! Nevershifttoreversewhentheboat
isplaning.
2. Movethecontrollevertoneutralwitharapid,distinct
movement.Makeabriefpause.
NOTE!Abeepwillsoundtoindicatethatthecontrol
leverisinneutral.
3. Thenmovethecontrollevertoreversewitharapid,
distinctmovementandincreaseenginespeed.
IMPORTANT!Iftheboathastwinengines,itis
importantthatbothshouldberunningduringre-
versemaneuvers,toavoidtheriskofwaterentry
(viatheexhaustpipe)intothestationaryengine.
1
2
3
Power Trim
YourVolvoPentadriveisequippedwithahydraulictrim
system,withwhichyoucanchangetheangleofthedrive
inrelationtothetransom.Thiswillaffecttherunningpo-
sitionoftheboatandmakeitpossibletooptimizeboat
handlinginvariousconditions.
Powertrimisoperatedfromthecontrolpositionusingthe
panels,controlsandinstruments.
NOTE! Theenginecannotbestartedwiththedrivein
theTiltrange.
WARNING! Avoidover-trimmingthedrivesystem
asthiscanadverselyeffectthesteeringoftheboat
severely.
IMPORTANT! Avoidrunningwiththedrivefully
trimmedforlongperiods(whenplaning).Apartfrom
excessivefuelconsumptionthiscancausecavity
damagetothepropeller(s).
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Operation
Operating with the drive in the Trim range
TheTrimrangeisusedtoachievemaximumcomfortun-
dernormaloperationatallspeedsfromstarttomaximum
speed.
Sinceeveryboathasitsownuniquecharacteristicsand
willbeeffectedindifferentwaysbythefactorsinvolved,
onlygeneraladviceisgivenhereonhowtogetthebest
trimmingangleforyourboat.Itcangenerallybesaidthat
whentheboatfeelswell-balanced,easytosteerand
pleasanttooperate,thenthatistheoptimaltrimanglefor
theboat.
TofamiliarizeyourselfwiththePowertrim,maketestruns
atslowerspeedsandatvarioustrimpositionstosee
theeffectottrimming.Notethetimeittakesfortheboat
plane.Watchthetachometerandspeedometerreadings
andtherideactionoftheboat.
When starting
Trimthedrivein.Thebowwillbepresseddownandthe
boatacceleratesfaster.Thisgivesimprovedrunning
andsteeringcharacteristicsatspeedsbelowtheplaning
threshold.
Operating in Bow-down Position
Thebow-downpositionisnormallyusedforacceleration
ontoplane,operatingatslowplaningspeeds,andrun-
ningagainstachoppywavecondition.Inthefullybow-
downpositiontheboatmaytendtoselfsteer.Youmay
havetocompensatewiththesteeringwheeltokeepthe
boatinastraight-aheadpath.Inthispositiontheboats
bowwilltendtogodeeperintothewater.Iftheboatis
operatedathighspeedand/oragainsthighwaves,the
bowoftheboatwillplowintothewater.Theboatmay
tendtobowsteerorspinaboutrapidlyandpossiblyeject
occupants.
IMPORTANT!Theboattrimshouldbeadjusted
toprovidebalancedsteeringassoonaspossible
eachtimeyougetunderway.Someboat,engine,
andpropellercombinationsmayencounterboatin-
stabilityand/orhighsteeringtorquewhenoperated
atornearthelimitsofthebow-uporbowdown
positions.Boatstabilityandsteeringtorquecanalso
varyduetochangingwaterconditions.Ifyouexpe-
rienceboatinstabilityand/orhighsteeringtorque,
seeyourVolvoPentadealertocorrectthesecondi-
tions.
At planing speed
Trimthedriveouttotheoperatingpositionwhichprovides
themoststableandcomfortablerunning.
Iftheboathastwinmotorsthedrivescanbetrimmed
withdifferentanglestocompensateforsidewindsandto
acertainextentcompensateforunevenloadingonone
sideoftheboatortheother.
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Operation
Operating in Bow-up Position
Thebow-uppositionisnormallyusedforcruising,run-
ningwithachoppywavecondition,orrunningatfull
speed.Inafullbow-uppositiontheboatmaytendto
self-steer.Youmayhavetocompensatewiththesteering
wheeltokeeptheboatinastraight-aheadpath.Inthis
positiontheboatsbowwilltendtoraiseclearofthewa-
ter.Excessivebow-uptrimwillcausepropellerventila-
tionresultinginpropellerslippage.EngineRPMwillalso
increase,butboatspeedwillnotincreaseandmayeven
drop.
IMPORTANT!Usecautionwhenoperatinginrough
waterorcrossinganotherboatswake.Excessive
bow-uptrimmayresultintheboatsbowrisingra-
pidlyandpossiblythrowingtheboatsoccupantsinto
thewater.
For maximum fuel economy
Operateengineatasteadythrottleopening.Trimthe
driveout/inslightly.Theboatismosteasilypropelledand
speedwillincreaseinthepositionthatgivesthehighest
enginespeed.Thethrottleopeningcanthenbeslightly
reducedtoretaintheoriginalspeed.
In choppy seas or running against a heavy sea
Trimdrivesothebowsdrop.Thiswillprovidemorecom-
fortablerunning.Seesection"OperatinginBow-down
Position"
Operating with the drive in the Beach range
Thebeachrangeisusedforoperationat reduced speed
inshallowwaterorwherewaterdepthisuncertain.
IMPORTANT!Max.permittedenginespeed(rpm)
whenrunningintheBeachrangeis1500rpm.
Checkthatdriveisnevertrimmedsothatthecooling
waterintakeisoutofthewater.
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Operation
Power Trim Control Panel
Thiscontrolpanelisusedforbothsingleandtwin
engineinstallations.Thecurrentpositionofthedriveis
shownonthetriminstrument,refertotheTriminstru-
mentchapter.
Fortwinengineinstallations,thecontrolpanelcanbe
usedtomakeindividualorsimultaneousadjustments
tothedrives.
Bytrimmingoutthedriveawayfromthetransom,the
heightofthebowwillberaisedinrelationtotheho-
rizontalaxisandtrimminginthedrivewilllowerthe
bowoftheboat.
Trimming out the drive
Pressinbutton1onthecontrolpaneltoraisethebow
oftheboat(drivetrimmedout).
Intwinengineinstallations,bothdrivescanbeopera-
tedsimultaneouslybypressingbutton1.
Thedrivescanbeoperatedseparatelybypressing
button2onthecontrolpanelfortheportdriveand
button3forthestarboarddrive.
Trimming in the drive
Pressinbutton4onthecontrolpaneltolowerthe
bowoftheboat(drivetrimmedin).
Intwinengineinstallations,bothdrivescanbeopera-
tedsimultaneouslybypressingbutton4.
Thedrivescanbeoperatedseparatelybypressing
button5onthecontrolpanelfortheportdriveand
button6forthestarboarddrive.
Emergency trimming
Ifafaultoccurswhichpreventsthedrivefrombeing
trimmed,itispossibletoperformanemergencytrim-
ming.Pleasereferto"Incaseofemergency:Emer-
gencytrimming".
Trim ranges
Inordertoutilizetheinformationgainedfromthe
triminstrument,itisessentialtoknowaboutthedif-
ferenttrimrangesandtheiruses.Therearethreetrim
ranges:
Trim range
Thetrimrangeisusedtoobtainthebestcomfortatall
runningspeeds(fromstarttomaximumspeed).
Beach range
Thebeachrangeisusedforrunningat reduced
speedinshallowwaterorwherewaterdepthisun-
certain.
WARNING!Max.permittedenginespeedwhen
runninginbeachrangeis1500rpm.Makesure
thedrivescoolantinletisnevertrimmedoutof
thewater.
1
4
1
2
3
4
5
6
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Operation
Digital trim instrument
ThedisplaywindowwillshowTRIMwhilethedrive
angle*isbetween-5and+6(Trimrange).
ThedisplaywindowwillshowBEACHwhilethedrive
angle*isbetween+6and+30(Beachrange).LED
(1)lightsorange.
Whilethedriveangle*isover+30(Tiltrange),the
LED(2)willlightred.Notextindisplaywindow.
*Thenumbercorrespondstothedriveangleinrelationtotheho-
rizontal(stationaryboat).Thelowestvalueshowsthatthedriveis
atmaxtriminandthehighestvaluethatthedriveisraisedtomax.
Observethatthelowestvaluecanvaryfromboattoboatdepending
ontheangleofthetransom.
1
2
Tilt range
Tiltrangeisusedtoliftthedrivetomaximumheight
but not when the engine is running.Therangeis
usede.g.fortrailing.Powertrimhasanautomatic
stopthatcutsthepowerwhenitsendlimithasbeen
reached.Thestopisresetautomaticallywhenactiva-
tingdowntrimming.
NOTE!Theenginecannotbestartedwiththedrivein
theTiltrange.
Analogue trim instrument
Thisinstrumentshowsthecurrentpositionofthedri-
ve.Beachrangeismarkedwithanorangezoneand
liftrangewitharedzone.
1. Trimrange.
2. Beachrange(orange).
3. Tiltrange(red).
2
1
3
Power trim Assistant (extra
optional)
Thepowertrimassistantadjusttrimangelautomati-
callyaccordingtoenginespeed(rpm).Itispossible
tosetfvetrimanglesatfvedifferentenginespeeds
(idlespeedincluded).Pleaserefertothesectionabout
EVCsystemtachometer.
Thepowertrimassistantisturnedonandoffinthe
EVCsystemtachometermenuSETTINGS/sub-menu
PTA.
IMPORTANT!FortwininstallationsallPower
TrimAssistantsettingsshouldbemadeinthe
portsidesystem.Portsideisthemasterside.
WARNING!IftheboatisequippedwithPower
TrimAssistantthefunctionmustbeturnedoff
beforetakingtheboatoutofthewater.Thispre-
ventsautomatictrimmingofthedrive/drivesif
anytestrunsareperformedwhiletheboatison
land.
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Operation
Volvo Penta Lowspeed (extra
optional)
TheVolvoPentaLowspeedfunctionisonlyavailable
forengineswithhydralicreversegear.
Forboatswithpowerfulengines,wheretheboat
speedatidleistoohigh,VolvoPentaLowspeedis
usedtoreduceboatspeedbyreducingpropellerrpm
-comparedtonormalatengineidlespeed.
N=Neutralidling(reversegeardisengaged,engine
runsatidlespeed)
F=Forwardidling(reversegearengagedformove-
mentahead,enginerunsatidlespeed),maximum
slipinreversegear.
R=Reverseidling(reversegearengagedformove-
mentastern,enginerunsatidlespeed),maximum
slipinreversegear.
A=Lowspeedactive.Propellerrpmisincreasedwith
increaseofthrottle,enginerpmisnotaffected.
B=Lowspeeddeactivated.Propellerrpmisincreased
withenginerpm,enginerpmwillincreasewith
throttle.
Engaging Lowspeed
1. Movethelevertoneutralposition.
2. Presstheneutralbutton(N)toactivateLowspeed.
WhenLowspeedisengagedapop-up(A)is
shownonthetachometerdisplay.Itispossibleto
acknowledgepop-upbypushingNAVIGATION
WHEEL.
3. ActiveLowspeedisindicatedbyanicon, ,on
thetachometerdisplay(D).
IMPORTANT!IfLowspeedinitializingpop-up(B)
andthenicon, ,areshownonthetachome-
terdisplay(C),Lowspeedisnotreadytouse.
NormalgearshiftinguntilLowspeedisactivated
(D).
IMPORTANT!Delayingearshiftingmayoccur
whenLowspeedisactive.
Disengaging Lowspeed
1. Movethelevertoneutralposition.
2. Presstheneutralbutton(N)todeactivate
Lowspeed.Apop-up(E)isshownonthetachome-
terdisplay.Itispossibletoacknowledgepop-upby
pushingNAVIGATIONWHEEL.
3. Theindicationintachometerdisplaygoesout.
Lowspeedactivated-Function
active.
Lowspeedinitializing-
Lowspeedisnotreadytouse.
(Twindisc)
Pop-upwheninitializing
Lowspeed-Lowspeedisnot
readytouse.(Twindisc)
Pop-upwhenLowspeedis
engaged.Itispossibletoack-
nowledgepop-upbypushing
NAVIGATIONWHEEL.
Pop-upwhenLowspeedisdi-
sengaged.Itispossibletoack-
nowledgepop-upbypushing
NAVIGATIONWHEEL.
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
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Operation
Running aground
TheautomaticKick-upfunctionreleasesthedriveifit
groundsorhitsanobjectinthewater.Ifthefunction
hasbeentrippedandthedrivereleaseditmustbe
trimmedbacktotheoriginalpositionusingthecontrol
buttons.
IMPORTANT!TheKick-upfunctiononlyprotects
thedrivewhenrunningahead(forwards).There
isnoprotectionforthedrivewhilerunningastern
(backward).
Checkafterrunningagroundthatthedriveorpropel-
lerarenotdamagedoriftherearevibrationsfrom
thedrive.Ifthisisthecasethentheboat(ifpossible)
shouldberuntoharboratreducedspeedandtaken
outofthewater.
Taketheboatoutofthewater.Checktheoillevelin
thedrive.Ifitiscoloredgraythenwaterhasentered
thedrive.Ifthisisthecaseorifotherdamagehas
occurredtothedriveitmustbeinspectedatanautho-
rizedVolvoPentaworkshop.Ifonlythepropellerhas
beendamageditmustbereplaced.Launchtheboat
andtestdrive.Iftherearestillvibrationsitmustbein-
spectedbyanauthorizedVolvoPentaworkshop.
IMPORTANT!Topreventgalvaniccorrosionany
damagetothepaintworkonthedriveandpropel-
lermustberepairedbeforelaunchingtheboat:
SeesectionLayingup/Launching.
Control of parallel strut
WARNING! Iftheparallelstrutshowssignsof
damage,runatreducedspeedtoharbor.The
parallelstrutisavitalsafetycomponent,damage
mayaffectsteeringcharacteristics.Intheworst
casesteeringcouldbelostaltogether.Never
alignorweldadamagedparallelstrut.Please
contactyournearestauthorizedVolvoPenta
workshopforassistance.
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Operation
Stopping the engine
Theengineshouldberunforafewminutesatidle(inneutral)beforeturningitoff.Thiswillavoidboilingand
evenoutthetemperature.Thisisespeciallyimportantiftheenginehasbeenoperatedathighenginespeeds
andloads.
Stopping
TurnthekeytostoppositionS.Keepthekeyturneduntil
theenginestops.Thekeywillautomaticallyreturntothe
0positionwhenitisreleasedandcanthenberemoved.
IMPORTANT! Neverswitchoffthemainswitches
whiletheengineisrunning.Thiscoulddamagethe
alternator.
IMPORTANT! Neverswitchoffthemainswitchesbe-
forethestarterkeyisturnedoff(isin"0"positionor
removed).Thiscoulddamagetheelectricalsystem.
Auxiliary stop
Iftheenginecannotbestoppedinanormalprocedure,it
ispossibletostoptheengineviaauxiliarystopmounted
onthesideoftheengine.
After stopping the engine
Closethefuelcockandseacock(reversegear)forthe
coolingwaterintake.
IMPORTANT! Donotforgettoopenthecocksbe-
foretheengineisstartedagain.
Inspecttheengineandenginecompartmentforany
leaks.
Boatswithdrives:Thedrivemustbetrimmedintoits
maximumtoprotectthetrimcylindersuntreatedsur-
facesfromfouling.
IMPORTANT!Ifthereisariskthatthedrivecanrun
aground,itmustinsteadbetrimmedouttoitsmaxi-
mumliftposition.
IMPORTANT! Makesurethatthestarterkeyis
turnedoff(isin0positionorremoved)beforemain
switchesareswitchedoff.Otherwisetheelectrical
systemcouldbedamaged.
Switchoffthemainswitchesiftheboatisnottobe
usedforsometime.
Laying up
Iftheboatisnotgoingtobeusedforsometimebutisbe-
ingleftinthewater,theenginemustberuntooperating
temperatureatleastonceevery14days.Thisprevents
thecorrosionintheengine.Iftheboatwillnotbeusedfor
morethantwomonthstheninhibitingshouldbecarried
out:RefertosectionLayingup/Launching.
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Cold weather precautions

Topreventfreezingdamage,theseawatersystemmust
bedrainedandthefreshwatersystemcoolantmusthave
suffcientantifreezeprotection.Refertothecoolingsystem
sectioninchapterMaintenance.
IMPORTANT!Apoorlychargedbatterymayburstas
aresultoffreezing.
Transporting on a trailer
Beforepullingboatswithadriveontoatrailer,trimthe
driveouttoLiftrange(maximumlift).Anautomaticstop
willcutoffthecurrenttothehydraulicpumpwhenthe
drivehasreacheditsmax.liftpoint.Thestopisautomati-
callyresetwhentrimmingdown.NOTE!Checklocallegis-
lationfortransportingboatsontrailers,therearedifferenc-
esbetweendifferentcountriestrailerlaws.Itispossibleto
trimthedrivewithoutstartingtheengine.
IMPORTANT!Theenginemustnotberunwiththe
driveintheLiftrange.Beforetransportingtheboat
bytraileralwayssecurethedriveintheliftposition
withaTrailerKit(accessory)orsimilar,sothatitcan-
notdropdown.
IMPORTANT!Boatswithreversegear:Drainwater
outtheexhaustsystemtopreventwaterenteringthe
enginewhentransportingtheboatbytrailer.
A
A
Laying up on land/Launching
IMPORTANT!Iftheboat(engine)submergessig-
nifcantlybelowthestaticwaterline(A)whenitislaid
uporlaunchedthereisariskofwaterenteringthe
enginethroughtheexhaustsystem.
Whereboatsarekeptlaiduponlandwhennotinuse,
thereisalowerlevelofgalvaniccorrosionprotectiondue
tooxidationonthesacrifcialanodes.Beforelaunchingthe
boatthesacrifcialanodesonthedriveandshieldmustbe
cleanedwithemerypapertoremoveanyoxidation.
IMPORTANT!Donotuseawirebrushorothersteel
toolswhencleaning,asthesemaydamagethegal-
vanicprotection.
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Stoppingtheengine
Maintenance schedule
General information
YourVolvoPentaengineanditsequipmentaredesignedforhighreliabilityandlonglife.Theyarebuiltto
withstandamarineenvironment,butalsotohavethesmallestpossibleenvironmentalimpact.Ifgivenpreventive
maintenance,accordingtothemaintenanceschedule,andifVolvoPentaoriginalsparesareused,thesequali-
tiesareretainedandunnecessarymalfunctionscanbeavoided.
Warranty inspection
Duringthefrstperiodofoperation,thespecifedwarrantyinspectionFirstserviceinspectionmustbedoneby
anauthorisedVolvoPentaworkshop.Instructionsaboutwhenandwherethisshouldbedonearefoundinthe
Warranty and service book.
Extended Protection
VolvoPentaoffersanExtendedProtectionforyourmarinedieselengine,includingtransmission,ifusedfor
pleasureuseonly.TobevalidaExtendedProtectionservicehastobeperformedattheownerscostandex-
pensebyanauthorizedVolvoPentadistributor,dealerorworkshopbeforetheexpiryofthe12monthsWarranty
Period.FurtherdirectionscanbefoundintheWarranty and Service Book.
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
WARNING! Beforeyoudoanymaintenancework,readtheMaintenancechapter
carefully.Thiscontainsadviceondoingtheworkinasafeandcorrectmanner.
IMPORTANT!Maintenancepointsmarked mustbedonebyanauthorisedVolvo
Pentaworkshop.
Daily, before frst start:
Engineandengineroom.Generalinspection................................................ page66
Engineoil.Checklevel................................................................................... page70
Coolant.Checklevel...................................................................................... page75
Generalinspectionofdrive,propeller,shield,steering.
Leakageandfunctioncheck...................................................................... notshown
Every 14 days:
Drivebelts.Checkforwear.Changeasrequired........................................... page68
Seawaterflter.Clean.................................................................................... page77
Battery.Checkelectrolytelevel...................................................................... page84
Reversegear.Checkoillevel......................................................................... page88
Outboarddrive.Checkcorrosionprotection.................................................. page90
Outboarddrive.Checkoillevel...................................................................... page91
Outboarddrive.Powertrimpump.Checkoillevel......................................... page92
Outboarddrive.Servopump.Checkoillevel................................................. page94
Doavisualcheckofthealignmentbetweenthesterndrives.................... notshown
63
Every 50-200 hours / at least once a year, included in extended protection:
Engineoil.Change
1)
..................................................................................... page71
Oilflter.Change
2)
........................................................................................ page72
Outboarddrive.Check/Adjustdrivealignment.............................................. page95
Every 200 hours / at least once a year, included in extended protection:
Crankcaseventilationflter.Change.............................................................. page67
Airflter.Change............................................................................................ page67
Exhaustpipe.Check...................................................................................... page68
Drivebelts.Checkbelttension...................................................................... page68
Compressor.Checkoillevel.......................................................................... page69
Seawaterpump.Checkimpeller................................................................... page76
Sacrifcialanodes.Chargeaircooler,heatexchanger.Check....................... page78
Fuelflter/fuelpre-flter.Change................................................................... page80
Reversegear.Changeoilandflter............................................................... page88
Outboarddrive.Changeoil
3)
........................................................................ page91
Outboarddrive.Checkexhaustbellows........................................................ page92
Cleanandtouchupthepaintworkasrequired........................................... notshown
Inspectionofexhausthoseandcoolingwaterhoses............................... notshown
Checkhoses/pipes,unionsandhoseclamps
Checktheconditionofallrubberhoses,andre-tightenhoseclamps........ notshown
Outboarddrive.Changeuniversaljointbellows.......................................... notshown
Thoroughlyinspectallhydraulichosesandfttingsforsignsofleaks,
wear,cracksorageing................................................................................ notshown
EVCsystem.Inspectionwithdiagnostictool.............................................. notshown
Every second year:
Coolant.Change........................................................................................... page73
Every 600 hours / at least every 5 years:
Reversegear.Changepropellerseal......................................................... notshown
Turbo.Inspect/cleanasrequired................................................................. notshown
Trim/steeringcylinders,hoses,hydraulichoses.Checkforleakage.......... notshown
Outboarddrive.Checkforfunctionandwear............................................ notshown
Bushes/shaftstubsinshieldandsuspensionfork
Propellershaftseal
Propellershaft(checkstraightness)
Gearchangemechanismandcontrolcable
Steering
1)
Oilchangeintervalsvary,dependingonenginetypeoilgradeandsulfurcontentofthefuel.Pleaserefer
topage70.
2)
Changethefltersduringeachoilchange.
3)
IMPORTANT!Inoperationsituationswherethenumberofforward-reverseoperationsaverages
morethan20perhour,theoilshouldbechangedevery100hours.
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Maintenanceschedule
Every 1200 hours / at least every 5 years:
Drivebelts.Change....................................................................................... page68
Drivebelt,compressor.Change................................................................. notshown
Compressor.Changeoil................................................................................ page69
Heatexchanger.Inspect/Clean................................................................... notshown
Intercooler.Inspect/Clean........................................................................... notshown
Controlcablesandseals.Change.............................................................. notshown
Inspectexhausthoseandcoolingwaterhoses........................................ notshown
Checkhoses/pipes,unionsandhoseclamps
Safetyandfunctioncheck.......................................................................... notshown
Inasafetyandfunctioncheck,theoutboarddriveisdisassembledtocheckforwear
anddamage.Anyfaultsarerectifed.Ifnecessary,thecompletedriveischanged.
Every 1500 hours (commercial use):
Outboarddrive.Changegears,bearings,
allbushingsandsealingrings.................................................................... notshown
Outboarddrive.RebuildorchangeU-joint................................................ notshown
Outboarddrive.Checkpropellershaftwearandstrightness.
Changeasrequired.................................................................................... notshown
Outboarddrive.Performpressurecheck................................................... notshown
1)
Oilchangeintervalsvary,dependingonenginetypeoilgradeandsulfurcontentofthefuel.Pleaserefer
topage70.
2)
Changethefltersduringeachoilchange.
3)
IMPORTANT!Inoperationsituationswherethenumberofforward-reverseoperationsaverages
morethan20perhour,theoilshouldbechangedevery100hours.
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Maintenanceschedule
Maintenance
Thischapterdescribeshowtocarryouttheabovemaintenance.Readtheinstructionscarefullybeforestarting
work.Maintenanceintervalsarecontainedinthechapterabove:Maintenance schedule
WARNING!Readthesafetyprecautionsformaintenanceandserviceinthechapter:SafetyInformation,
beforestartingwork.
WARNING! Unlessotherwisespecifedallmaintenanceandservicemustbecarriedoutwiththeengine
stopped.Stoptheenginebeforeopeningorremovingenginehatches.Immobilizetheenginebyremoving
theignitionkey,turningoffthepowersupplywiththemainswitch.
Engine, general
General inspection
Makeahabitofvisuallyinspectingtheengineand
engineroombeforestartingtheengineandafter
stoppingwhentheenginehasbeenturnedoff.This
willhelpyoutoquicklydetectabnormalitiesthathave
occurredorareabouttooccur.
Lookespeciallycarefullyforoil,fuelandcoolant
leaks,loosebolts,wornorslackdrivebelts,loose
connections,damagedhosesandelectriccables.
Thisinspectiontakesonlyafewminutesbutcan
preventseriousoperatingdisturbancesandcostly
repairs.
WARNING!Accumulationsoffuel,oiland
greaseontheengineorintheengineroomisa
frehazardandmustberemovedimmediately
theyaredetected.
IMPORTANT!Ifanoil,fuelorcoolantleakisde-
tected,thecausemustbeinvestigatedandthe
faultrectifedbeforetheengineisstarted.
IMPORTANT!Neverpointhigh-pressurewater
jetsdirectlyatseals,rubberhosesorelectrical
components.Neverusethehigh-pressurefunc-
tionwhenwashingtheengine.
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Changing air flter
Removetheairfltercover.Removetheoldairflter.
Cleantheairfltercover/housingifnecessary.Take
carenottoallowimpuritiestoentertheengine.Fitthe
newairflterandtheairfltercover.
Changing crankcase ventilation flter
Unscrewthelidandremovetheoldflter.Cleanthe
fltercover/housingifnecessary.Takecarenottoal-
lowimpuritiestoentertheengine.Fitthenewflter.
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Maintenance. Engine general
Checking exhaust line
Theexhaustlineofdriveinstallationsmustbein-
spectedeveryyearwithrespecttocorrosionbetween
thehose(1)andthepipe(2).
WARNING!Riskofwaterentering.Theexhaust
linemustbeinspectedwhiletheboatisonland.
Incaseofseriouscorrosiondamage,thepipe
mustberepairedorreplacedwithanewone.
Tocheck:Undotheclamps(3)and(4)holdingthe
hose(1).Detachthehose.Checkthecontactsurface
(5).Incaseofseriouscorrosiondamage,thepipe
mustberepairedorreplacedwithanewone.
Checking drive belts
WARNING! Stoptheenginebeforecommen-
cingmaintenancework.
General
Checkbelttensionandconditionregularly.Ifthebelt
istootautitcandamagebearingsandifitistoo
looseitmayslip.
Therefore,checkthebelttensionregularly.Check
and adjust after operation when the belt is warm.
IMPORTANT ! Alwayschangeabeltthatap-
pearswornoriscracked(beltsworkinginpairs
mustbereplacedtogether).
Adjusting/changing drive belts.
Thestandardgeneratorandwaterpumparedriven
byapoly-Vbeltforoptimumfunctionandservicelife.
Change/tensionthebeltasfollows:
1. Undothebolts(1)onthetensioningrollerbrack-
et.Removeandchangethebeltifnecessary.
2. Tensionthebelttoapplyatorqueof70Nmon
thetensioningrollersquareftting(2).Securethe
tensioningrollerwiththebolts(1).Theboltsmust
betorquetightenedto50Nm.
3. Undothebolts(1)whenwarmandrepeatthebelt
tensioningprocedure.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Maintenance: Engine general
Compressor. Checking oil
Checking and topping up
Unscrewandremovethedipstick.Wipeoffoil.Screw
thedipstickdownfullyandthenremoveitagain.
Checkthattheleveloilisbetweenthemarkings.Ifthe
dipstickisnotscreweddownfullytheoillevelwillbe
slightlyabovetheMINmarkingiftheoilleveliscor-
rect.Ensurethereforethatthedipstickisfullyscrewed
intoreadofftheoillevelcorrectly.Topuptheoilas
required(usethedipsticktubetofll).Foroilquality
andcapacity:SeetheTechnicalDatachapter.
IMPORTANT! Theoillevelshouldalwaysbe
withintheMAXandMINrangemarkedonthe
dipstick.
Oil change
Runenginetonormaloperatingtemperature.Remove
theoildipstick.Removetheplug(1)andlettheoilrun
out.Reinstalltheplugandfllwithoiltocorrectlevel
asabove.
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Maintenance. Engine general
Lubrication system
IMPORTANT! Withaneworreconditionedengine,theoilandoilfltersmustbechangedafter2050
hoursofoperation.Useonlytherecommendedgradesofoil.PleaserefertotheTechnicalDatachapter.
Oilchangeintervalscanvaryfrom100to200hours,dependingonoilgradeandsulphurcontentofthe
fuel.PleaserefertotheTechnicalDatachapter.Note that oil change intervals must never exceed a
period of 12 months. Ifyouwantlongeroilchangeintervals,theconditionoftheoilmustbecheckedby
theoilmanufacturersthroughregularoiltesting.
Oil change volume
PleaserefertotheTechnicalDatachapter.
Checking and topping up the oil level
NOTE! Checktheoilleveleverydaybeforetheen-
gineisstartedforthefrsttime.
IMPORTANT! Donotchecktheoilleveldirectly
aftertheengineisshutdown.Theoilintheen-
gineneedstimerundowntotheoilpanbeforea
correctoillevelcheckcanbeperformed.
Wait15minutesiftheenginehasbeenrunupto
normaloperatingtemperatures.
Waitonehouriftheengineonlyhasbeenrunat
idle.
IMPORTANT! Theoillevelshouldalwaysbebe-
tweentheMAXandMINmarksonthedipstick.
Higherorloweroillevelthanpermittedcould
leadtoenginedamage.
Toppingupisdoneviathefllingholeonthetopofthe
engine.Topupoilslowly.Wait5minutesbeforecheck-
ingtheoillevelagainsincetheoilneedstimetorun
downtotheoilpan.Thencheckthelevelagain.Use
onlyrecommendedgradesofoil:Pleaserefertothe
TechnicalDatachapter.
NOTE! ThevolumebetweenMAXandMINisapporx.
1.5liter(0.4USgals)forD4and3.5liter(0.9US
gals)forD6.
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Changing engine oil
Alwaysobservetherecommendedoilchangeinterval.
IMPORTANT! Onlyusearecommended
gradeofoil.PleaserefertotheTechnicalData
chapter.
IMPORTANT! Theoillevelshouldalwaysbe
betweentheMAXandMINmarksonthedipstick.
Higherorloweroillevelthanpermittedcouldlead
toenginedamage.
1. Starttheengine(thismakesiteasiertosuckthe
oilupfromthesump).Lettheengineruntillopera-
tiontemperatureisreached(temperaturegauge
indicateavaluebetween7595C(167-203F)).
Thenstoptheengine.
WARNING! Hotoilandhotsurfacescan
causeburns.
2. Connecttheoilbilgepumptothedrainpipe.Pump
uptheoil.
3. Changetheoilflterandbypassflterateachoil
change(pleaserefertochapterChangingoilflter
andbypassflter).
4. Fillupwithnewoilthroughthefllingholeonthe
topoftheengine.
NOTE!Fill1.5liters(0.4USgals)lessthantheto-
taloilvolumesincetherealwaysisasmallamount
ofoilleftintheoilpan.PleaserefertotheTechni-
calDatachapterforoilvolume.
5. Starttheengine.Checkthattheoilpressurewarn-
inglampgoesoutandthatnoleakageoccursby
theflters.
WARNING! Workingwith,orgoingclosetoa
runningengineisasafetyrisk.Watchoutforrotat-
ingcomponentsandhotsurfaces.
6. Stoptheengine.Waitonehourbeforechecking
theoillevelagainsincetheoilneedstimetorun
downtotheolipan.Topupifnecessary.
NOTE! Handtheoldoilintoare-cyclingstation.

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Maintenance. Lubrication system
Changing oil flter and bypass flter.
Changetheoilflterandbypassflterduringeachoil
change.
Remembertohandtheoldfltersintoare-cyclingstation.
WARNING! Hotoilandhotsurfacescancause
burns.
1. Putasuitablevesselunderneaththefltersto
avoidoilspillage.
2. Cleantheflterbracket.
3. Unscrewthebypassflter(1)andtheoilflters(2)
withasuitableextractor.
4. Checkthatthematingsurfacesontheflterbrack-
etsareclean,andthatnoresiduefromtheold
sealsremains.
5. Moistenthesealsonthenewflterswithengineoil.
6. Screwthefltersonbyhanduntiltherubberseals
justtouchthematingsurfaceontheflterbrackets.
Thentightenafurther1/2to3/4turn.
7. Starttheengine(lowidle)andcheckthatnoleak-
ageoccurs.Checktheoilleveloncetheengine
hasstopped.
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Maintenance. Lubrication system
Freshwater system
Thefreshwatersystemistheenginesinternalcoolingsystem,whichensuresthattheengineoperatesatthe
correcttemperature.Itisaclosedcircuitsystemandmustalwaysbeflledwithamixtureofatleast40%con-
centratedcoolantand60%watertoprotectagainstinternalcorrosion,cavitationanddamagecausedbyfreez-
ing.
WerecommendthatyouuseVolvo Penta Coolant, Ready Mixed,alternativelyVolvo Penta Coolant
(concentrated)mixedwithpure wateraccordingtospec,seeCoolant.Mixture.Onlycoolantofthisqualityis
suitedtooandapprovedbyVolvoPenta.
Thecoolantshouldcontainethyleneglycolofagoodqualitywithasuitablechemicalconsistencyforanade-
quateprotectionoftheengine. Usinganti-corrosionaditiveexclusivelyisnotpermittedinVolvoPentasengines.
Neverusewaterbyitselfascoolant.
IMPORTANT!Coolantmustbeusedallyearround.Thisappliesevenifthereisneveranyriskforfrost,to
ensurethattheenginehasanadequateprotectionagainstcorrosion.
Futurewarrantyclaimsontheengineandadditionalequipmentmayberejectedifanunsuitablecoolant
hasbeenusedoriftheinstructionsconcerningcoolantmixinghavenotbeenfollowed.
NOTE: Theanti-corrosiveagentsbecomelesseffectiveafteratime,whichmeansthatthecoolantmustbere-
placed,seeServiceschematic.Thecoolingsystemshouldbefushedoutatthesametimeasthecoolantis
replaced,seeCoolingsystem.Flushing.
Volvo Penta Coolantisaconcentratedcoolantthat
istobemixedwithwater.Ithasbeendevelopedto
functionoptimallywithVolvoPentasenginesandpro-
videsexcellentprotectionagainstcorrosion,cavitation
andfrostdamage.
Volvo Penta Coolant, Ready Mixed isaready-
mixedcoolant,40%VolvoPentaCoolantand60%
water.Thisconcentrationprotectstheengineagainst
corrosion,cavitationdamageandfreezingconditions
downto-28C(-18F).

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Coolant. Mixture
WARNING!Allglycolishazardousandharmful
totheenvironment.Donotconsume!
Glycolisfammable.
IMPORTANT!Ethyleneglycolmustnotbe
mixedwithothertypesofglycol.
Mix:
40 % Volvo Penta Coolant (conc. coolant)
60 % water
Thismixtureprotectstheengineagainstinternalcor-
rosion,cavitationandfrostdamagedownto-28C
(-18F).(Using60%glycollowersthefreezingpoint
to-54C(65F)).Nevermixmorethan60%concen-
trate(VolvoPentaCoolant)inthecoolingliquid,this
willgivereducedcoolingeffectandincreasetherisk
ofoverheating,andwillgivereducedfreezingprotec-
tion.
IMPORTANT!Coolantmustbemixedwithpure
water,usedistilled - de-ionized water.The
watermust fulflltherequirementsspecifedby
VolvoPenta,seeWaterquality.
IMPORTANT!Itisextremelyimportantthatthe
correctconcentrationofcoolantisaddedtothe
system.Mixinaseparate,cleanvesselbefore
addingintothecoolingsystem.Ensurethatthe
liquidsmixproperly.
Water quality
ASTM D4985:
Totalsolidparticles........................................ <340ppm
Totalhardness:............................................... <9.5dH
Chloride......................................................... <40ppm
Sulfate............................................................ <100ppm
pHvalue......................................................... 5,59
Silica(acc.ASTMD859)................................ <20mgSiO
2
/l
Iron(acc.ASTMD1068)................................ <0.10ppm
Manganese(acc.ASTMD858)...................... <0.05ppm
Conductivity(acc.ASTMD1125)................... <500S/cm
Organiccontent,COD
Mn
(acc.ISO8467)....... <15mgKMnO
4
/l
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Maintenance.Freshwatersystem
Draining fresh water system
Removethefllercapontheexpansiontank(toallow
thecoolanttorunoutfaster).Useasuitablereceptacle
whiledraining.
Thereisahosemountedontheintercooler.Movethe
hoseandconnectittothedrainnipple(1).Openthe
drainnipplebycarefullyscrewingthenipple.Useano.
17blockspannerifthenipplesticks.Drainallcoolant
andscrewinthenipplebyhand.
Movethehoseandthencontinuetodrainthecoolant
fromthedrainnipple(2)ontheengineblock.
NOTE!Leavetheoldcoolanttoafacilityfordestruc-
tion
Checking coolant level
WARNING!Donotopentheenginecoolant
systemfllercapwhentheengineisstillhotex-
ceptinanemergency.Steamorhotcoolantmay
sprayout.
Turnthefllercapslowlycounterclockwiseandlet
anypressureescapefromthesystembeforeremov-
ingthecap.Topupcoolantifnecessary.Thecoolant
levelshouldbebetweentheMAXandMINmarking
ontheexpansiontank.Reinstallthefllercap.
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Maintenance.Freshwatersystem
Checking/Changing impeller.
WARNING! Riskforwaterpenetration.
Removethecoverfromtheseawaterpumpandre-
movetheimpeller(1).
Iftherearecracksorotherdefectstheimpellermust
bereplaced.(Ifthepumpshaftcanbeturnedby
handthefangemustbereplaced).Lubricatethe
pumphousingandtheinsideofthecoverwithalittle
glycerin.
IMPORTANT!Theimpellerwillbedamagedif
othertypesoflubricantthanglycerinareused.
WARNING!Iftheimpellerisdamaged,the
pumpwillnotwork,whichcanleadtoengine
damageorfre.
Reinstalltheimpellerusingarotatingmovement.In-
stallthesealwashersontheshaft
center.Installthecovertogetherwithanewo-ring.
Reversegear:Opentheseacock.
Seawater system
Theseawatersystemistheboatsexternalcoolingsystem.Onengineswithdrives,theseawaterpumpdrawsin
waterviathedrive,throughthecontrolsystemoilcoolertotheseawaterpump,afterwhichthewaterpassesthe
seawaterflterbeforebeingpumpedthroughthefuelcooler,intercooler,engineoilcoolerandheatexchanger.
Finally,thewaterispumpedintotheexhaustpipeelbow,whereitismixedwiththeexhaustgases.
Onengineswithreversegear,theseawaterpumpdrawsinwaterviatheseawaterinlet,afterwhichitpassesthe
seawaterflter(extraequipment)beforebeingpumpedthroughtheintercooler,heatexchanger,engineoilcooler
andreversegearoilcooler.Finally,thewaterispumpedintotheexhaustpipeelbow,whereitismixedwiththe
exhaustgases.
WARNING!Thereisariskthatwaterwillenterwhileworkingontheseawatersystem(iftheboatisinthe
water).Watermayfowintotheboatifahose,plugorsimilarobjectlocatedbelowthewaterlineisremoved.
Soalwaysclosetheseawatercock.Iftheboatdoesnothaveaseawatercock,thefowofwatermustbe
stoppedinasafemanner.Theboatmustbebroughtuponlandifthisisnotpossible.
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Cleaning seawater flter.
WARNING! Riskforwaterpenetration.
Screwoffcover(1)andremovesealplate(2).Liftout
andcleantheinsert(3).
IMPORTANT! Iftheboatisusedinwaterthat
hasalotofcontaminants,seaweedetc.theflter
mustbecheckedmorefrequentlythanindicated
inthemaintenanceschedule.Otherwisethere
isarisktheflterwillclogandtheenginewill
overheat.
Draining seawater system
Useasuitablereceptaclewhiledraining.
Openthedrainnipple(1)bycarefullyscrewingthe
nipple.Useano.17blockspannerifthenipplesticks.
Drainallcoolantandscrewinthenipplebyhand.
Movethehoseandthencontinuetodrainthecoolant
fromthedrainnipple(2)and(3).
1
2
3
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Maintenance.Seawatersystem
Checking/Changing sacrifcial anodes
WARNING! Riskofwaterentering.Closethese-
awatercockbeforestartingworkontheseawater
system.
1. Closetheseawatercock.
2. DraintheseawaterasdescribedinDrainingthe
seawatersystem.
3. Removethesacrifcialanodesintheheatexchan-
gerandtheintercooler.
4. Checkthesacrifcialanodesandchangethemif
theyarelessthan50%oftheiroriginalsize.Other-
wise,cleanthesacrifcialanodeswithsandpaper
toremovethelayerofoxidebeforerefttingthem.
IMPORTANT ! Cleanwithsandpaper.Useno
steeltoolsasthiswillimpairelectricalprotection.
5. Fitthesacrifcialanodes.Makesurethereisgood
contactbetweentheanodeandthemetalgoods.
6. Closethedrainnipples.
7. Opentheseawatercockbeforestartingtheengi-
ne.
8. Makesuretherearenoleaks.
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Maintenance.Seawatersystem
Seawater system. Cleaning and inhibiting
Topreventthebuildupofdepositsandsaltcrystalsin
theseawatersystemitmustbefushedwithfreshwa-
ter.Whentheboatislaidupitmustalsobeinhibited.
WARNING!Riskofwaterpenetration.Cleaning
andinhibitingtheseawatersystemshouldbe
carriedoutwiththeboatonland.
1. Opentheseawatercock(reversegear).
2. Detachhosefromtheseawaterpumpandconnect
ahose(1)whichreachestoabucketflledwith
freshwater.Takecareofflling.
3. Checkthatthereisnothingthatwillgetsplashed
behindtheexhaustoutlet.

WARNING! Approachingarunningengineis
dangerous.Watchoutforrotatingcomponentsand
hotsurfaces.

IMPORTANT!Theimpellerwillbedamagedif
itrunsdry.
4. Setthegearcontrolleverintheneutralposition.
Checkthatnobodyisnearthepropellers.Startthe
engine.Letitrunatfastidleafewminutes.Stop
theengine.
5. Forinhibitingfllabucketwithantifreezemixture
(50/50freshwaterandantifreeze).Secureacon-
tainerbytheexhaustoutlet.Repeatstep4.
6. Connectseawaterhose.
7. Thesystemisnowinhibited.Theantifreezemix-
tureshouldbeleftinthesystemwhiletheboatis
laidup.Drainthemixturejustbeforetheboatis
launched.Reusetheantifreezemixturenextsea-
sonordeposititataproperlydesignateddisposal
site.
1
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Maintenance.Seawatersystem
Fuel system
Theenginefuelsystemisaso-calledcommonrail-system.Theadvantageofthecommonrail-systemisthatthe
enginecontrolunitcontrolsthetimingandfuelamount,thismeanbetteremissioncontrolandasmoothrunning
engine.
Allworkontheenginecommonrail-systemmustbecarriedoutatanauthorizedworkshop.Useonlytherecom-
mendedgradeoffuel:SeethechapterTechnicalData.
WARNING!Firerisk.Whencarryingoutworkonthefuelsystemmakessuretheengineiscold.Afuelspill
ontoahotsurfaceoranelectricalcomponentcancauseafre.Storefuelsoakedragssothattheycannot
causeafre.
Changing fuel flter
1. Closethefuelvalve/valves.
2. Cleantheflterbracketandputasuitablevessel
undertheflter.
3. Removethecablesfromthewatertrap(1).
4.Unscrewtheflter,useaflterwrenchifneeded..
5. Cleanthesealingsurfacesoftheflterbracket.
Makesuretheflterisabsolutelycleanandthe
sealingsurfacesareundamaged.Moistenthe
sealingringswithengineoil,includingtheinner
rubberseallocatedinsidethethreadedholeinthe
centeroftheflter.
NOTE! Donotfllthenewflterwithfuelbeforeas-
sembly.Contaminationsmaygetintothesystem
andcausedamageandmalfunction.
6. Screwthenewflteronbyhanduntilthesealjust
touchesthematingsurface.Thentightenafurther
1/2turn.Reinstallthewatertrapcables.
7. Openthefuelvalve.
8. Bleedthefuelsystem.SeeChapterBleedingthe
fuelsystem.
9. Starttheengineandcheckforleakages.
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Bleeding the fuel system
Thefuelsystemmustbeblede.g.afterchangingfuel
flter,ifthefueltankhasbeenrundryandafterlong
stops.
WARNING! Neverdetachthepressurepipes.
1. Attachatransparenthosetotheairventvalve(1).
Leadthehosetoasuitablereceptacletoavoid
spillage.
2. Opentheairventvalveandpumpfuelusingthe
handpump(2)untilthefuelrunningoutisfree
fromairbubbles.Closeandtightentheairvent
valve.
3. Pumpanother10strokeswiththehandpump.The
resistanceinthehandpumpmayseemquitehigh
andisnormalandnecessaryforbleedingthesys-
tem.
4. Removethehoseandrefttheprotectivecapon
theairventvalve.
WARNING! Workingonorapproachingarun-
ningengineisasafetyhazard.Bewareofrotating
partsandhotsurfaces.
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Water in fuel
Draining the fuel flter
Ifthepop-up"waterinfuel"onthetachometerdisplay
orthelamp ontheoptionalalarmdisplaycomes
on,thereistoomuchwaterinthewaterseparatoron
thefuelflter.Proceedasfollowstorectifythis:
1. Stoptheengineandtakethestarterkeyoutofthe
starterswitch.
2. Removethecablefromthewaterseparator(1).
3. Placeasuitablereceptacleunderthefuelflter
andcarefullyunscrewthewaterseparator(2)
enoughtoallowthewatertorunout.Screwinthe
waterseparatoruntilitbottomsagainsttheflter.
Then,screwafurther1/4to1/2ofaturn.
4. Fastenthecablefromthewaterseparator(1).
Draining of fuel pre-flter.
Thefuelpre-flterisanaccessory.
Positionacontainerunderthefuelflter.Onthefuel
flterfrstopentheventingscrew(1)approximately
4turns.Drainoffwaterandcontaminantsusingthe
cock/plugatthebottomoftheflter.Ventfuelsystem.
IMPORTANT!Waitafewhoursaftertheengine
hasbeenturnedoffbeforedrainingtheflter.
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Fuel pre-flter. Changing flter insert
Closefuelcockatthefueltank.Positionacontainer
underthefuelflter.
Removethecoverbyslackeningoffscrew(1).Replace
insertandreinstallcover.Openfuelcock.Ventfuel
system.Deposit the old flter insert at a properly
designated disposal site.
Starttheengineandcheckforleaks.
WARNING! Approachingarunningengineisdan-
gerous.Watchoutforrotatingcomponentsand
hotsurfaces.
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Maintenance.Fuelsystem
Electrical system
Theengineisequippedwithatwo-polesystemelectricalsystemwhichmeansthatthevoltage(minus)isre-
turneddirectlyfromthestartermotorminusterminalwiththebatterynegativelead.Individualcomponentson
thesystemreturnvoltagetothestartermotorminusterminalviaseparatecables.
WARNING!Alwaysstoptheengineandbreakthecurrentusingthemainswitchesbeforeworkingonthe
electricalsystem.Isolateshorecurrenttotheengineblockheater,batterycharger,oraccessoriesmounted
ontheengine.
Main switch
Themainswitchmustneverbeturnedoffbeforetheen-
ginehasstopped.Ifthecircuitbetweenthegeneratorand
thebatteryiscutoffwhentheengineisrunningthegen-
eratorcanbeseriouslydamaged.Forthesamereason
chargingcircuitsmustneverbeswitchedoverwhilethe
engineisrunning.
IMPORTANT! Neverbreakthecircuitwiththemain
switcheswhiletheengineisrunning.
Fuses
12-volt system
Theengineisfttedwithfullyautomaticcircuitbreakers.
Thecircuitbreakerscutthepoweriftheelectricalsystem
isoverloaded.
Ifitisnotpossibletostarttheengineoriftheinstrument
stopsworkingwhilerunning,thecircuitbreakermayhave
beenactivated.Ifthefaultisintermittent,resettingwill
takeplaceautomatically.Ifthefaultpersists,readoutthe
fashcodesandtakethenecessarymeasures.
IMPORTANT ! Alwaysinvestigatethecauseofthe
overload!
24-volt system
Theengineisfttedwithtwoautomaticcircuitbreakers
(1).Thecircuitbreakerscutthepowerifthesystemis
overloaded.
Ifitisnotpossibletostarttheengineoriftheinstrument
stopsworkingwhilerunning,thecircuitbreakermayhave
beenactivated.Resetbypressinginthecircuitbreaker.
Ifthefaultpersists,readoutthefashcodesandtakethe
necessarymeasures.
IMPORTANT ! Alwaysinvestigatethecauseofthe
overload!
EVC system
TheEVCsystemisprotectedthroughtheenginecircuit
breakers.
IMPORTANT ! Alwaysinvestigatethecauseofthe
overload!
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Battery. Maintenance
WARNING! Riskoffreandexplosion.Never
allowanopenfameorelectricsparksnearthe
batteryorbatteries.
WARNING!Nevermixupbatterypositiveand
negativeterminals.Thismaycausesparksand
anexplosion.
WARNING! Thebatteryelectrolytecontainsex-
tremelycorrosivesulfuricacid.Protectyourskin
andclotheswhenchargingorhandlingbatter-
ies.Alwaysuseprotectivegogglesandgloves.
Ifbatteryelectrolytecomesintocontactwith
unprotectedskinwashoffimmediatelyusing
plentyofwaterandsoap.Ifbatteryacidcomes
intocontactwiththeeyes,fushimmediately
withplentyofwaterandobtainmedicalassis-
tancewithoutdelay.
Connecting and disconnecting
Firstconnecttheredbatterylead+tothebattery+
terminal.Thenconnecttheblackbatteryleadtothe
batteryterminal.
Whendisconnectingthebattery,disconnectthe
lead(black)frstandthenthe+lead(red).
Cleaning
Keepbatteriesdryandclean.Oxidationordirton
thebatteryandbatteryterminalscancauseshort-
circuits,voltagedropanddischargeespeciallyin
dampweather.Cleanthebatteryterminalsandleads
toremoveoxidationusingabrassbrush.Tightenthe
cableterminalswellandgreasethemwithterminal
greaseorpetroleumjelly.
Topping up
Theelectrolyteshouldbe510mmovertheplatesin
thebattery.Topupusingdistilled waterifnecessary.
Chargethebatteryaftertoppingupforatleast30
minutesbyrunningtheengineatfastidle.
NOTE! Certainmaintenance-freebatterieshavespe-
cialinstructionswhichmustbefollowed.
Electrical connections
Alsocheckthatallelectricalconnectionsaredryand
freeofoxidationandthattherearenolooseconnec-
tions.Ifnecessary,spraytheseconnectionswitha
water-repellentspray(VolvoPentaUniversaloil).
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Battery. Charging
WARNING!Dangerofexplosion!Thebatteries
giveoffhydrogengasduringchargingwhich
whenmixedwithaircanformanexplosivegas
oxyhydrogenAshort-circuit,nakedfameor
sparkcancausealargeexplosion.Ensurethat
theventilationisgood.
WARNING!Thebatteryelectrolytecontainsex-
tremelycorrosivesulfuricacid.Protectyourskin
andclotheswhenchargingorhandlingbatter-
ies.Alwaysuseprotectivegogglesandgloves.
Ifbatteryelectrolytecomesintocontactwith
unprotectedskinwashoffimmediatelyusing
plentyofwaterandsoap.Ifbatteryacidcomes
intocontactwiththeeyes,fushimmediately
withplentyofwaterandobtainmedicalassis-
tancewithoutdelay.
Ifthebatteryhasdischargeditmustbecharged.If
theboathasnotbeenusedforsometimechargethe
batteryandthentricklechargeit(seemanufacturers
recommendations).Apoorlychargedbatterywillbe
damagedandmayburstincoldweather.
IMPORTANT!Followtheinstructionssupplied
withthebatterychargercarefully.Toavoidelec-
trolyticcorrosionwhenanexternalchargeris
connected,alwaysdisconnectthebatteryleads
beforeconnectingthecharger.
Whencharging,unscrewfllerplugsbutleavethem
intheirholes.Ventilationshouldbegood,particularly
ifthebatteriesarebeingchargedinanenclosed
area.
WARNING!Alwaysswitchoffthecharging
circuitbeforeremovingthebatterycharger
connectors.Nevermixupbatterypositiveand
negativeterminals.Thismaycausesparksand
anexplosion.
Specialinstructionsapplywhenboost chargingthe
batteries.Avoidboostchargingthebatteriesasitwill
shortentheirservicelife.
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Maintenance:Electricalsystem
Electrical installations
Leakagecurrentfromtheelectricalsystemcanbe
causedbyincorrectinstallationofelectricalequip-
ment.Leakagecurrentcanknockoutthegalvanic
protectionofcomponentssuchasthedrive,propel-
ler,propellershaft,rudderstockandkeelandcause
damagebyelectrolyticcorrosion.
IMPORTANT!Workontheboatslowtension
circuitshouldonlybecarriedoutbyqualifedor
experiencedpersons.Installationorworkonthe
shorepowerequipmentmust onlybecarried
outbyelectriciansauthorizedtoworkwithhigh-
voltageinstallations.
The following should always be observed:
1. Whenshorepowerisconnected(120V230V),
theshoresafetyground(earth)mustnotbecon-
nectedtotheengineoranyothergroundpointon
theboat.Thesafetygroundmustalwaysbecon-
nectedtotheconnectioncabinetsground(earth)
terminalashore.Thesafetygroundshouldnot
beconnectedtothenegativeconnectiononthe
outputside(12/24V),i.e.itmustbegalvanically
separated.
Shorepowerunits(transformer,rectifer,battery
chargersetc.)mustbeintendedformarineusage
and the high tension circuit must be galvani-
cally separated from the low tension circuit.
2. Routeandclampelectriccablessothattheywill
notbeexposedtorubbing,damporbilgewaterin
thekeelson.
3. Engineordrive/reversegearmustneverbeused
asagroundpoint.
IMPORTANT!Theengineordrive/reverse
gearmustneverbeusedasagroundorbe
electricallyconnectedtootherequipment
suchastheradio,navigationalequipment,
therudder,bathingstepsetc.
Protectivegroundsfortheradio,navigational
equipment,rudder,bathingstepsorotherequip-
mentwithseparategroundleadsmustbecon-
nectedtoacommongroundterminal.
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4. Theremustbeamainswitchconnectedtothe
starterbatterypositive(+)terminal.Themain
switchshouldcutoffpowertoallpowerconsum-
ingequipmentandshouldbeswitchedoffwhen
theboatisnotinuse.
5. Ifanauxiliarybatteryisinuse,amainswitch
shouldbeconnectedbetweenits+terminaland
thefuseblock,andthe()terminalandthetermi-
nalblockfortheboatselectricalequipment.The
mainswitchfortheauxiliarybatterymustcutoff
allpowerconsumingequipmentconnectedtothat
batteryandbeturnedoffwhenpowerisnolonger
needed.
Allequipmentconnectedtotheauxiliarybattery
shouldhaveseparateswitches.
Tosimultaneouslychargetwoindependentbattery
circuits,ftaVolvoPentachargedistributor(ac-
cessory)totheregulargenerator.
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Maintenance:Electricalsystem
Reverse gear
TheHS45AE/HS63AE/HS63VE/HS80/85AE/HS80/85VEreversegearishydraulic,whichmeansthatahead/as-
ternengagementanddisengagementishydraulicallyactivated.Thereversegearlubricationsystemhasanoil
flterandoilcooler.Thereversegearsisequippedwithsolenoidvalvesforelectronicallycontrolledshifting.
IMPORTANT! VolvoPentarecommendstheinstallationofaseawaterfltertoguaranteethepropercool-
antwaterfowtotheengineandreversegear.Contaminantsintheseawaterwillotherwisefoulthereverse
gearradiatorandothercoolingsystemcomponents.
Cheking oil level
Starttheengineandletitrunacoupleofminutes.
Stopptheengineandremovethedipstickbyturning
itanticlockwise.Dryoffthedipstickandreinstallit
inthereversegear,without screwing it into place.
Removetheoildipstickagainandchecktheoillevel.
Thecorrectoillevelisinsidethemarkedarea.
Ifnecessary,toptheoilupthroughthedipstickhole.
PleaserefertotheTechnicalDatachapterforoil
gradesandvolume.
IMPORTANT!Neverover-fllthereversegear.
Theoillevelmustalwaysbeinsideorattherec-
ommendedlevels.
Changing oil and flter
1. Cleanaroundthelid(2),sothatthereisnorisk
thatdirtcouldfalldownintotheflterhousing.
2. Undoscrew(1)witha6mmAllenkey.Removelid
(2).ReplaceandoilinthenewO-ringsinthelid.
3. Removetheflter(3).
4. Suckuptheoilwithanoildrainpump,viatheoil
flterhousing.Connecthosetothesuctionpipe(4)
atthebottomofthehousing.
NOTE!Maximumoutsidediameterofsuction
hoseis5/8inch(16mm).
5. Measureupthecorrectquantityofoilandfllthe
reversegearwiththeoilviatheoilflterhousing.
PleaserefertotheTechnicalDatachapterforoil
gradesandvolume.
NOTE! Fillwithlessoilthantotalvolumesince
therecouldbeasmallamountofoilleftinthere-
versegearafterdrainingit.
IMPORTANT!Neverover-fllthereverse
gear.
6. Installthenewflter(3)intheflterhousing.
7. Installthelid.Tighteningtorque58Nm.
8. Putthecontrolleverinneutral.Startandrunthe
engineat1500rpmforafewminutestoensure
thatthereversegearoilcoolerisflledwithoil.
9. Stoptheengineandchecktheoillevel.Topupas
necessary.
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Propeller shaft seal. Checking
IftheboathasaVolvoPentashafttheshaftsealmust
beventedandlubricateddirectlyafterlaunching.
Ventthebushingbypressingittogetherwhilepressing
downontheshaftuntilwaterappears.Thenpressin
approx.1ccwater repellent greaseintotheseal.
IMPORTANT! Thesealmustbecheckedevery
600hoursandchangedasrequired.Theseal
mustbechangedeveryfveyears,however.
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Maintenance.Reversegear
Drive
WARNING!IftheboatisequippedwithPowerTrimAssistantthefunctionmustbeturnedoffbeforetaking
theboatoutofthewater.Thispreventsautomatictrimmingofthedrive/drivesifanytestrunsareperformed
whiletheboatisonland.ForinstructionsonhowtoturnoffthefunctionpleaserefertothesectionPower
TrimAssistantinthechapterOperating.
Yourdriveisprotectedagainstgalvaniccorrosion.Thisprotectionconsistsoftwo-threelayersofpaint,sacrifcial
anodesandgroundbraids.Thegroundbraidsmaintainaconnectionbetweenthedifferentcomponentsofthe
drive.Abrokenconnectioncanresultintherapidcorrosionofanindividualcomponenteventhoughtheprotec-
tionisotherwiseeffective.Checkgroundbraidseveryyear.Faultyelectricalinstallationcanalsocausethebreak
downofthegalvanicprotection.Damageduetoelectrolyticcorrosionoccursrapidlyandisoftenextensive.For
furtherinformationseethechapter:Electricalsystem.
IMPORTANT! Alwaysrepairdamagetopaintworkimmediately.Improperlyappliedpaintorthewrongtype
ofpaintonthekeelcanputthecorrosionprotectionsystemoutofaction.Forfurtherinformationonpaint-
ingseethechapter:Layingupandlaunching
Thedriveisequippedwithaconeclutchforshiftingusingacontrolcablewitheithermechanicaloperationoran
electricactuatorandelectronicoperation.
Corrosion protection. Checking/Changing
Checkthesacrifcialanodesregularly.Changewith
newanodeswhenapproximately1/3oftheanode
hasbeeneroded.Tightenthenewanodesothat
thereisagoodelectricalcontact.
Whereboatsarekeptlaiduponlandwhennotinuse
thereisalowerlevelofgalvaniccorrosionprotection
duetotheoxidationonthesacrifcialanodes.Even
anewanodecanbeoxidizedonthesurface.Before
launchingthesacrifcialanodesmustbecleaned/
groundusinganemerycloth.
IMPORTANT !Cleanwithsandpaper.Useno
steeltools(e.g.wirebrush)asthiswillimpair
electricalprotection.
Yourdriveisequippedwithsacrifcialanodesof
zincasstandard,intendedforusewithsaltwater.
Ondrivesusedmainlyinfreshwaterthesacrifcial
anodesshouldbeofmagnesium.
IMPORTANT ! Useprotectiveanodesasfollows:
Zincforuseinsaltwater
Magnesiumforuseinfreshwater
Aluminiumiftheboatisusedprimarilyinsaltwater
andoccasionallyinfreshwater.
Changing corrosion protection
Allanodesaresecuredwithscrews.Undothescrews
holdingtheanode.Cleanthecontactsurfaceandft
thenewanode.
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Checking oil level
Trimupthedriveto35.Removethecover(1)and
theplug(2).
IMPORTANT!Alwaystrimupthedriveto35
whencheckingtheoillevel.
Theoillevelmustalwaysbeatthetopoftheoilfller
cap(3).Ifnot,topupwithoiluntiltheoilfllercapis
completelyflled.RefertoTechnicalDataconcerning
gradeandcapacity.
Checkthattheplugistightandftthecover.
Changing oil
Trimupthedriveto35.Removethecover(1)andthe
plug(2).
IMPORTANT!Alwaystrimupthedriveto35
whenchangingtheoil.
Dismantlethepropellerandremovetheoildrainplug
(4)togetherwithitsgasketfromthegearhousingand
allowtheoiltorunout.
Iftheoilisdiscolored,contactanauthorisedVolvo
Pentaservicecentre.
Refttheplugwithgasket.Adamagedgasketmustal-
waysbereplacedwithanewone.Checkthetightness
oftheplugbeforefttingthepropeller.
Fillwithnewoil.RefertoTechnicalDataconcerning
gradeandcapacity.
Topupwithoiluntiltheoilfllercapiscompletelyflled.
Theoillevelmustalwaysbeatthetopoftheoilfller
cap(3).RefertoTechnicalDataconcerninggrade
andcapacity.
Lowerthesterndriveandtiltthesterndriveto35posi-
tionagaintoeliminatepossibleairpockets.
Removetheoilfllplugandcheckoillevel.Topupwith
oiliftheoilfllercapisnotcompletelyflled.
Checkthattheplugistightandftthecover.
NB! Leave the old oil to a destruction plant.
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Maintenance. Drive
Checking oil level, power trim
Trimthedriveinasfaraspossible.Checktheoillevel
isbetweentheMAXandMINmarkingsontheoilcon-
tainer.TopupifnecessaryusingATFoil.Cleanliness
isextremelyimportant,nodirtmustgetintothedrive
whentoppingupwithoil.
Ifthesystemhasbeendrained,fllwithnewoiland
trimthedriveinandout610timestoventthesystem.
Checktheoillevelandtopupifnecessary.
Changing universal joint bellows
Checktheconditionofthejointbellowsonceayear.
Itmustbechangedifthereareanyvisiblecracksor
otherdefects.
Thejointbellowsshouldberenewedevery200ope-
ratinghours.Thedrivemustbedismantledfromthe
suspensionforkinordertochangethejointbellows.
Dismantlingthedriverequiresknowledgeandspecial
tools.ContactyourVolvoPentaservicecentre.
Checking exhaust bellows
Checktheconditionoftheexhaustbellowsoncea
year.Itmustbechangedifthereareanyvisiblecracks
orotherdefects.
WARNING!Neverworkonthedrivebellows
orhydraulicswithoutfrstsecuringthedrivein
raisedpositioninsuchawaythatitcannotfall
down.Thedrivecancauseseverepersonalinjury
ifitfallsdown.
Specialtoolno.885800,appliedcorrectly,willprevent
thedrivefromfallingdown.Fitthetoolasfollows:Trim
outthedrivetomaxandapplythespecialtool.
Theninspectthebellowsthoroughlyfordamageand
changeifnecessary.
WARNING! Donotoverloadthetoolbystanding
ontheraiseddrive.
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Maintenance: Drive
Steering
TheDPH/Rdriveisequippedwithafullyhydraulicsteeringsystemwithadditionalpowerassistancetoallow
steeringwithouttheenginerunning.
Checking oil level, steering system
IMPORTANT!Follow the directions below to
ensure problem free and safe steering:
Checkthesteeringsystemoilleveleverytwoweeks
sothatanychangesinlevelarediscovered.Check
oillevelatthehelmpump.Minlevelis12mmbelow
loweredgeofthefllhole.Iftheboathasafybridge,
doNOTopenlowerhelmpump.Onlychecktheoil
levelattheupperhelmstation.Normally,theoillevel
willnotchange,oilconsumptioninoneyearisneg-
ligible.
Adropinlevelisaprobableindicationthatthereisa
leakorthatthereareairinthesystem.Theleakmust
belocatedandrectifedimmediately.Contact your
Volvo Penta service centre for repair.
ThesteeringsystemisflledwithATFanddoesnot
normallyrequirechanging.Aslongasthefuidisred
incolouranddoesnotcontainanyvisiblecontami-
nants,itneednotbechanged.Ifthefuidhasstarted
toturnblackorifthereareanyvisiblecontaminants,
itmustbechanged.Thefuidmustalsobepurged
fromairifthesteeringsystemhasbeenopenedfor
service.
WARNING! UseonlyVolvoPentarecommen-
dedfuidandgrade.Nevertopupthesteering
systemwithfuidofunknowngrade.Neveruse
brakefuidorhydraulicoil.Any non-appproved
fuid may cause irreparable damage, loss of
steering and cancellation of warranty. The
incorrectfuidcanalsoresultindamagetothe
componentsusedinthesteeringsystem.
12mm
(1/2")
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Checking oil level, servo pump
Theoilrecoverytankisasee-throughreservoir,check
oillevelwithoutopeningthereservoir.Oilshouldbe
rightbelowtheneckoftherecoverytank.
Ifoilneedstobeadded,frstdisconnectquickconnect
coupling,beforeopeningthecap.
Hydraulic hoses. Checking
Carefullycheckthesteeringsystemshydraulichoses
forwearandcracks.Checkexternalhosesespecially
carefully,asthesehavebeenexposedtowaterfa-
tigue.Hosesmustbereplacedifatalldamaged.

WARNING! Aleakinghydraulichosecannega-
tivelyaffectsteering,andatworststeeringcan
belostaltogether.Cleanlinessisextremelyim-
portant,nodirtmustgetintothehydraulicsys-
tem.Beforeremoving,cleanandcheckcarefully
howhosesareroutedandconnected.Faulty
routing or dirt in the hydraulic system can
negatively affect steering, and at worst steer-
ing can be lost altogether. Pleasecontactyour
nearestauthorizedVolvoPentaworkshopforas-
sistance.
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Maintenance: Steering
Parallel strut. Checking
Theparallelstrut(twinandtripleinstallation)isavi-
talsafetycomponent.Inspectitcarefullyifthedrive
kick-upfunctionhasbeentriggeredbytheboatgoing
agroundorhittinganobjectinthewater.
WARNING! Iftheparallelstrutshowssignsof
damage,runatreducedspeedtoharbor.The
parallelstrutisavitalsafetycomponent,damage
mayaffectsteeringcharacteristics.Intheworst
casesteeringcouldbelostaltogether.Never
alignorweldadamagedparallelstrut.Please
contactyournearestauthorizedVolvoPenta
workshopforassistance.
30 Nm
A
B
30 Nm
Hydraulic tie-bar. Adjusting
Thetie-barcanbeadjustedbothwiththeboatinthe
waterandwiththeboatuponland.
With the boat in the water:
1. Removeprotectivecapscrew(A).Loosenadjust-
mentscrew(B)1-2turns.
2. Withtheenginesrunning,turnthesteeringwheel
hardovertoonesideuntilthehelmpumpgoes
againstalock.Bothsterndriveswillthensteer
outfullytooneside.
3. Tightenadjustmentscrew(B),torque 30 Nm)se-
curely.Installprotectivecapscrew(A).
Thisprocedurewilllineupthesterndrivesparallel
toeachother(straightahead).
With the boat on land:
1. Removeprotectivecapscrew(A).Loosenadjust-
mentscrew(B)1-2turns.
2. Setsterndrivestodesiredalignment(straight
aheadrecommended).
3. Tightenadjustmentscrew(B),torque 30 Nm)se-
curely.Installprotectivecapscrew(A).
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Maintenance. Steering
Propellers
ForbestperformanceandfueleconomytheenginespeedshouldbewithinthemaximumRPMrange:See
chapterOperation.IftheenginespeedatmaximumRPMfallsoutsidethemax.RPMrangethenthepropeller
shouldbechanged.
WARNING! Makeitimpossibletostarttheenginewhenworkingonthepropellers.Takethestarterkey
outofthestarterswitch.
IMPORTANT!Damagedpropellersshouldbereplacedimmediately.Operatingtheboatwithadamaged
propellershouldbeundertakenwithextremecareandonlyatreducedenginespeeds.
Propellers. DPR/DPH drive
NB!Atoolforremovingandfttingthepropellersis
suppliedtogetherwiththeTransomshieldkit(see
fgure).
Dismantling
1. Turnonthepowerandmovethecontrolleverto
reverse.Takethestarterkeyoutofthestarter
switch.
2. Undothelocknut(1)andremovetherearpropel-
ler.
3. Turnonthepowerandmovethecontrolleverto
forward.Takethestarterkeyoutofthestarter
switch.
4. Undothelargelocknut(2)usingthespecialtool
supplied.Removethefrontpropeller.
5.Wipethepropellershaftsclean.
Assembly
1. Lubricatebothpropellerhubs.UseVolvoPenta
grease828250.
2. Turnonthepowerandmovethecontrolleverto
forward.Takethestarterkeyoutofthestarter
switch.
3. Pushthefrontpropellerontotheshaft.
4. Screwonthelargelocknut(2)andtorquetighten
to50-70Nm.
5. Turnonthepowerandmovethecontrolleverto
reverse.Takethestarterkeyoutofthestarter
switch.
6. Pushtherearpropellerontotheshaftandsecure
itwiththelocknut(1).Torquetightento70-80
Nm..
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Laying up/Launching
Beforetakingtheboatoutofthewaterforwinter/out-of-seasonstoragehaveanauthorizedVolvoPentawork-
shopinspecttheengineandotherequipment.Haveanynecessaryrepairsorserviceworkcarriedoutsothat
yourboatisintopconditionforthenewseason.
WARNING!IftheboatisequippedwithPowerTrimAssistantthefunctionmustbeturnedoffbeforetaking
theboatoutofthewater.Thispreventsautomatictrimmingofthedrive/drivesifanytestrunsareperformed
whiletheboatisonland.ForinstructionsonhowtoturnoffthefunctionpleaserefertothesectionPower
TrimAssistantinthechapterOperating.
Inhibitionshouldbecarriedouttoensurethattheengineandtransmissionarenotdamagedwhileoutofcom-
missionduringthewinter/off-season.Itisimportantthisisdoneproperlyandthannothingisforgotten.Wehave
thereforeprovidedachecklistcoveringthemostimportantpoints.
WARNING! ReadthechapteronMaintenancecarefullybeforestartingwork.Itcontainsinstructionson
howtocarryoutthemostcommonmaintenanceandserviceoperationssafelyandcorrectly.
Inhibiting
The following are best carried out with the boat in
the water:
Changeengineoilandreplaceoilflter.
Changeoilinthereversegear.
Replacefuelflter.Replacefuelpre-flterifin-
stalled.
Runenginetonormaloperatingtemperature.
Taketheboatoutofthewater:
The following should be carried out with the boat
out of the water:
Cleanthehullanddrivedirectlyaftertakingupthe
boat(beforeitdries).
Changeoilinthedrive.
Cleantheseawaterflter.
Cleanandinhibittheseawatersystem.
Removetheimpellerfromtheseawaterpump.
Storetheimpellerinasealedplasticbaginacool
place.
Checktheconditionoftheenginecoolantanti-
freeze.Topupifrequired.
IMPORTANT!Ananti-corrosionmixture
intheenginecoolantsystemprovidesno
protectionagainstfreezing.Ifthereisany
possibilitytheenginewillbesubjectedto
freezingtemperaturesthenthesystemmust
bedrained.
Drainanywaterandcontaminantsfromthefuel
tank.Fillthetankcompletelywithfueltoavoid
condensation.
Cleantheoutsideoftheengine.Donotuseahigh
pressurespraytocleantheengine.Touchupany
damagedareasofpaintworkwithVolvoPenta
originalpaint.
Checkallcontrolcablesandtreatwithrustinhib-
itor.
Repairanydamagedareasofpaintworkwith
VolvoPentaoriginalpaint.NOTE!Readthespe-
cialinstructionsonpaintingthedriveunderthe
heading:Paintingthedriveandunderwaterhull.
Disconnectbatteryleads.Cleanandchargethe
batteries.NOTE!Apoorlychargedbatterymay
burstasaresultoffreezing.
Sprayelectricalsystemcomponentswithmoisture
repellentspray.
Removepropellerforwinterstorage.Greasethe
propellershaftusingwaterrepellentgreaseVPnr.
828250.
IMPORTANT! Becarefulwhencleaningwitha
highpressurewaterspray.Thespraymustnot
bepointedtowardtheexhaustanddriveunion
bellows,thetrim/steeringcylinderseals,thepro-
pellershaftseal,hosesetc.
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Bringing out of storage
Checkoillevelintheengineanddrive/reverse
gear.Topupifnecessary.Ifthereisinhibitingoil
inthesystemdrainandfllwithnewoil,changeoil
flter.Forcorrectoilgrade:SeethechapterTech-
nicalData.
Draintheantifreezefromtheseawatersystem.
Installtheimpellerintheseawaterpump.Replace
iftheoldonelooksworn.PleaserefertotheSea
WaterSystemchapter.
Close/tightendraincocks/plugs.
Checkthetensionandconditionofthedrivebelts.
Checktheconditionofrubberhosesandtighten
hoseclamps.
Checkenginecoolantlevelandantifreezeprotec-
tion.Topupifnecessary.
Connectthefullychargedbatteries.
Paintthedriveandhull:Seenextpage.
Checkthesacrifcialanodeonthedrive.Ifthereis
lessthan2/3oftheanodeleftitmustbereplaced.
Cleanwithemeryclothjustbeforetheboatis
launched.
IMPORTANT!Donotuseawirebrushorother
steeltoolswhencleaning,asthesemaydam-
agethegalvanicprotection.
Installpropellers.
Launchtheboat.Checkforleaks.
Ventandlubricatethepropellershaftseal(reverse
gear).
Starttheengine.Checkthattherearenofuel,
enginecoolantorexhaustgasleaksandthatall
controlfunctionsareoperating.
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Layingup/Launching
Painting the drive and underwater
hull
Drive
Beforetreatingthedrivewithanti-foulingagentany
damagedpaintworkmustberepaired.Sanddown
metalsurfaceslightlyusinga120gradepaperanda
fnergradeforpaintedsurfaces.Washoffusingthin-
nersorsimilar.Anyporesinthesurfaceshouldbe
flledandsandeddown.PaintusingVolvoPentaori-
ginalprimerandtopcoat.Letthepaintdry.Afurther
twocoatsofVolvoPentaanti-foulingprimer should
thenbeapplied.Letthemdry.Afurthertwocoatsof
VolvoPentaanti-foulingshouldthenbeapplied.
IMPORTANT!Thesacrifcialanodesonthe
drivemustnotbepaintedortreatedwithTefon.
Thisalsoappliestostainlessorbronzepropel-
lers.
Useofanti-foulingagentsisnotpermittedinallcoun-
tries.Pleasemakesurethatitispermittedwhere
yourboatistobeused.Ifanti-foulingagentsarenot
permittedwerecommendthatapureTefon*agent
beappliedontotheoriginalpaintworkonthedrive
withoutsandingitdownfrst.
*TefonistheregisteredtrademarkoftheDuPontCorp.
Underwater hull
Alltypesofpaintswithanti-foulingpropertiesare
poisonousandcausedamagetothemarineenviron-
ment.Avoidtheuseofsuchagents.Mostcountries
haveintroducedlegislationcontrollingtheuseofanti-
foulingagents. Always abide by these regulations.
Inmanycasesitiscompletelyforbiddentousethem
onpleasureboats,forexampleinfreshwater.For
boatsthatarerelativelyeasytogetoutofthewater
werecommendonlyTefontreatmentcombinedwith
mechanicalcleaningseveraltimesperseason.
Forlargercraftthisisnotpracticable.Iftheboatis
inanareawherethewaterquicklyproducesfouling
thenanti-foulingpaintsmustprobablybeused.Ifthis
isthecaseuseacopper-basedpaintcontainingcop-
percyanideandnot copper oxide.
IMPORTANT!Leaveanareaof10mmaround
thedriveunpainted.
Tin-basedagents(TBT)mustnotbeused.Check
the legislation that applies where the boat is to
be used.Waitforthepainttodrybeforelaunching
theboat.
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Layingup/Launching
In case of emergency

Despiteregularmaintenanceaccordingtothemaintenancescheduleandperfectoperation,faultsmayoccur
whichmustbeattendedtobeforetheboatcantravelfurther.Thischaptercontainstipsforrectifyingsomeofthe
possiblefaults.
Therearesafetyfunctionswhichareactivatedwhencertainfaultsoccur,toprotecttheengine.Thefollowingcan
occur:
Enginecannotbestarted
Gearinneutralandenginespeedislimitedto1500rpm,nosteering.
Theenginestops
Iffaultoccurs,acknowlegeanyalarmandtaketherecommendedmeasures.Pleaserefertothischapterandthe
Faultregisterchapter.
1. Checkthattheratedvoltageofthehelpstartbat-
teryisthesameasthesystemvoltageofthe
engine.
2. Connecttheredjumpercabletothepositivepole
(+)ofthefatbattery,andthentothepositivepole
ofthehelpstartbattery.
3. Connecttheblackjumpercabletothenegative
pole ()ofthehelpstartbattery,andthentoa
placesomedistancefromthefatbatteries,such
asthenegativeconnectiononthestartermotor.
WARNING!Undernocircumstancesmaythe
blackjumpercable() comeintocontactwith
thepositiveconnectiononthestartermotor.
4. Starttheengineandrunatafastidleforabout
tenminutestochargethebatteries.Makesure
thattherearenoextraaccessoriesconnectedto
theelectricalsystem.
WARNING!Workingwith,orgoingclosetoa
runningengineisasafetyrisk.Watchoutforro-
tatingcomponentsandhotsurfaces.
WARNING!Donottouchtheconnections
duringthestartattempt:Riskofarcing.Donot
standbendingoveranyofthebatterieseither.
5. Stoptheengine.Removethejumpercablesinthe
exactreverseorderfrominstallation.
Starting with auxiliary batteries
WARNING! Ventilatewell.Batteriescontainand
giveoffanexplosivegaswhichishighlyfam-
mableandexplosive.Ashortcircuit,openfame
orsparkcouldcauseaviolentexplosion.
WARNING!Neverconfusethepositiveandne-
gativepolesonthebatteries.Riskofarcingand
explosion.
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Emergency shifting
Ifafaultoccurswhichpreventsthedriveortherevers
gearfrombeingoperated(shifted)withthecontrol
lever,itispossibletoshiftmanually,usingthede-
scriptionbelow.
WARNING!Inemergencyshifting,theunitis
lockedinforwardsoperation.Pleasenotethat
thedrivecannotthenbedisengagedwiththe
controllever.Forwardmotioncanonlybecut
offbystoppingtheenginewiththeignitionkey
orstopbutton.
Drives
Thedrivesgearsarechangedelectronicallyusing
agearlevercarriermountedintheenginecompart-
ment
Manual drive engagement
1. Stoptheengineandtakethestarterkeyoutofthe
starterswitch.
2. Pulloutthesplitpin(1)andlifttheadapter(2)
fromthepin(3).
3. Placeascrewdriverorsimilartoolintheadapter
(2)holeandmovethecontrolwirehorizontally.
Reverse gear
Thisdescriptionisformanualengagementofthere-
versegear,forforwardtravel.
Note. Thedescriptionsrefertoelectricallyshiftedre-
versegear.
Manual engagement of the reverse gear:
1. Stoptheengineandremovetheignitionkeyfrom
theignitionlock.
2. Undothescrew(1)onthesidewhere the cable
harness marked A is connected.
3. Removewasher(2)andtightenthescrew.
4. UndocablesAandBfromthesolenoidvalves.
1
2
A
B
1
2
3
2
Gearforward
Gearbackward
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Incaseofemergency
Emergency trimming
Ifafaultoccurswhichpreventsthedrivefrombeing
trimmedwiththetrimpanel,itispossibletoperform
anemergencytrimming,usingthedescriptionbelow.
WARNING!Whenemergencytrimmingisper-
formed,theautomaticstopwillnotwork.The
drivecanbetrimmedoutsidethetrimranges,
thiscandamageboatordrive.
1. Press -buttononthecontrolpanelandhold.
2. Trimthedriveusingthetrimpanel.
Engine stop after crash-stop
Iftheenginehasstoppedafteracrash-stop,thefol-
lowingprocedurehastobedonebeforetheboatcan
bemanoeuvered:
1. Putthecontrolleversinneutralposition.
2. Acknowledgethealarmandstoptheengine(s).
3. Waituntilthesystemisshutdownproberly,all
lampshasgoneout.Thenstartthesystem,notthe
engine.
4. Acknowledgethealarmandstarttheengine.
5. Stoptheengine.Waituntilthesystemisshutdown
proberly,alllampshasgoneout.Thenstartthe
engine.
1
2 3
4
5 6
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Incaseofemergency
Fault-tracing
Anumberofsymptomsandpossiblecausesforenginedisturbancesaredescribedinthetablebelow.Iffaultsor
hitchesarisethatyoucannotsolvealone,youmustalwaysgetintouchwithyourVolvoPentadealer.
WARNING!ReadthesafetydirectionsformaintenanceandserviceinthechapterSafetyinformationbe-
forestartingwork.
1. Dischargedbattery
2. Looseconnection/open-circuit
3. Fusetripped
4. Lackoffuel
5. Fouledfuelflter.
6. Airinthefuelinjectionsystem
7. Water/contaminantsinthefuel
8. Boatabnormallyloaded
9. Foulingonunderwaterhull/drive/
propeller
10. Insuffcientairsupply
11. Enginecoolanttemperaturetoo
high
12. Enginecoolanttemperatureistoo
low
13. Lubricatingoilleveltoolow.
14. Blockedoilflter
15. Defective/incorrectpropeller
16. Defectiveenginemounting
17. Toolittlecoolant
18. Blockedseawaterintake/pipe/flter
19. Circulationpumpdrivebeltslipping
20. Defectiveimpeller
21. Defective/incorrectthermostat
22. Lubricatingoilleveltoohigh
23. Generatordrivebeltslipping
24. Storeddiagnostictroublecodes
(NOTE!Thecodescanonlyberead
anderasedbyaservicetechni-
cian.)
Symptom and possible cause
Pop-upsareshowninthetachometerdisplay SeetheFaultregisterchapter
Startermotornotturning(orslow) 1,2,3,24
Enginedoesnotstart 4,5,6,7,24
Enginestartsbutstopsagain 6,7,24
Enginediffculttostart 4,5,6,7
Enginedoesnotreachcorrectspeedatwideopenthrottle(WOT) 5,6,7,8,9,10,11,15,18,19,20,21,24
Engineknocks 4,5,6,7
Enginerunsunevenly 4,5,6,7,10,11
Enginevibrates 15,16
Highfuelconsumption 8,9,10,12,15
Blackexhaustsmoke 10
Blueorwhiteexhaustsmoke 12,22
Lowoilpressure 13,14
Enginecoolanttemperaturetoohigh 17,18,19,20,21
Noneorpoorcharging 2,23
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Incaseofemergency
Diagnostic function
Thediagnosticfunctionmonitorsandchecksthattheengine,sterndrive/reversegearandEVCsystemfunction
normally.
The diagnostic function has the following tasks:
Discoverandlocalizemalfunctions
Notifythatmalfunctionshavebeendiscovered
Giveadviceinfaultfnding
Protecttheengineandensurecontinuedoperationwhenseriousmalfunctionsarediscovered.
The diagnostic function affects the engine in the
following ways when:
1. Thediagnosticfunctionhasdiscoveredaminormal-
functionwhichdoesnotdamagetheengine.
Reaction:Theengineisnotaffected.
2. Thediagnosticfunctionhasdiscoveredaseriousmal-
functionwhichwillnotimmediatelydamagetheengine
(e.g.highcoolanttemperature):
Reaction:Enginepowerisreducedtilltherelevant
valueisnormalized.
3. Thediagnosticfunctionhasdiscoveredaseriousmal-
functionwhichwillcauseseriousenginedamage.
Reaction:Enginepowerisreduced.
4. Thediagnosticfunctionhasdiscoveredaserious
malfunctionwhichmakesitimpossibletocontrolthe
engine.
Reaction:Thereversegear/driveisdisengagedand
enginespeediscutto1000rpm.
Itispossibletodoanemergencyshift:Pleasereferto
theEmergencyshiftingsection.
5.Thediagnosticfunctionhasdiscoveredaseriousmal-
functiononthesterndriveshiftmechanismorinthe
enginefuelinjectionsystem.
Reaction:Engineisstopped
Itispossibletodoanemergencyshift:Pleaserefer
totheEmergencyshiftingsection.Inseriousemer-
gencyitisalsopossibletostarttheenginewithgear
engagedafteracknowledgingthealarm.

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Incaseofemergency
Malfunction message engine and EVC-
system
Ifthediagnosticfunctiondiscoversamalfunction,it
warnsthedriverbyshowingpop-upsinthetachom-
eterdisplayandthebuzzerwillsound.
Pop-upswillalternatebetween"causeoffault"and
"measurestotake".
Toacknowledgethealarm,pressNAVIGATION
WHEEL.Whenthefaulthasbeenacknowledged,
thebuzzerwillbecomesilent.PressNAVIGATION
WHEEL.Thepop-upwilldisappearandnormaldisplay
windowwillbeshown.
NOTE! Toenableenginestartthealarmmustbeac-
knowledged.
Danger pop-up
IftheDangerpop-upisshownduringoperation,ase-
riousfaulthasoccured.
NOTE! Acknowledgethealarmandstoptheengineat
once.
Informationregarding"causeoffault"and"measures
totake"isfoundinchapter"Faultregister".
Warning pop-up
IftheWaringpop-upisshownduringoperation,a
faulthasoccured.
NOTE! Acknowledgethealarmandstoptheengineat
once.
Informationregarding"causeoffault"and"measures
totake"isfoundinchapter"Faultregister".
Caution pop-up
IftheCautionpop-upisshownduringoperation,a
faulthasoccured.
Acknowledgethealarm.
Informationregarding"causeoffault"and"measures
totake"isfoundinchapter"Faultregister".
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Incaseofemergency
Faultsarestoredandmalfunctionshave
beenregistered
Faults list
AfaultslistcanbeviewedfromtheMAINMENUin
thetachometer,ifafaultisregistered.
WheninMAINMENU,selectFAULTSbypushing
NAVIGATIONWHEEL.NumberafterFAULTSindi-
catesnumberoffaultsstoredinfaultslist.Showfaults
infaultslistbyturningNAVIGATIONWHEEL.
Shownfaultpop-upswillalternatebetween"causeof
fault"and"measurestotake".
Moreinformationregarding"causeoffault"and"mea-
surestotake"isfoundinchapter"Faultregister".
Erasing faults in faults list
Anyfaultpop-upinthediagnosticfunctionareauto-
maticallyerasedeverytimethestarterkeyisturned
tothestopposition(S).
NOTE!Stoptheengineandcheckthattheignition
key(s)is(are)inposition0inallcontrolpositions.
Whensystemvoltageisswitchedonagain,thediag-
nosticfunctioncheckstoseewhetherthereareany
faultsintheEVCsystem.Ifthisisthecase,newfault
pop-upsareshown.
Thisimpliesthat:
1. Faultswhichhavebeenattendedtoorhavedis-
appearedareautomaticallyerased.
2. Faultswhichhavenotbeenattendedtomustbe
acknowledgedeverytimethesystemvoltageis
switchedon.

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Incaseofemergency
Engine speed R
Explanation: Fault in engine speed sensor.
Reaction:Enginepowerisreduced.
Action:
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshop.
Water in fuel O
Explanation: Water in water trap in fuel flters.
Reaction:None
Action:
Emptythewatertrapunderneaththefuelflters,pleasereferto
PleaserefertoMaintenance:Fuelsystem.
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshopifthefaultremains.
Seawater pressure R
Explanation: Seawater pressure too low.
Reaction:Enginepowerisreduced.
Action:
Checkthattheseawaterflterisnotblocked.Pleasereferto
"Maintenance:Seawatersystem".
Checktheimpellerintheseawaterpump.Pleasereferto
Maintenance:Seawatersystem.
Checkthatnoleakageoccurs.
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshopifthefaultremains.
Fault register
Description R
Explanation:
Reaction:
Action:
WARNING!ReadthesafetyprecautionsformaintenanceandserviceintheSafetyinformationchapter
beforestartingwork.
Explanation
Faultsarepresentedwithinformationaboutreasonandproposedmeasurestobetaken.
1. 3. 2.
1. Descriptionofcurrentfaultandmeasurestotake.
2. Currentwarninglampwhichfashesduringanalarm.O/Rmeansthatanorangeorredlampfashes.
3. Audiblewarning
4. Currentfaultpop-upwhichisshownontheEVCtachometerdisplay.
4.
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Air temperature R
Explanation: Charge air temperature too high.
Reaction:Enginepowerisreduced.
Action:
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshop.
Coolant level R
Explanation: Coolant level too low.
Reaction:Enginepowerisreduced.
Action:
Checkcoolantlevel.Pleasereferto"Maintenance:Freshwatersystem".
Checkthatnoleakageoccursinauxiliaryequipmentconnectedtothe
enginecoolingsystem.
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshopifthefaultremains.
Coolant pressure R
Explanation: Coolant pressure too low.
Reaction:Enginepowerisreduced.
Action:
Checkthecoolantlevel.Pleasereferto"Maintenance:Freshwatersystem".
Checkthattheseawaterflterisnotblocked.Pleasereferto
Maintenance:Seawatersystem.
Checktheimpellerintheseawaterpump.Pleasereferto
Maintenance:Seawatersystem.
Checkthatnoleakageoccurs.
Checkthatnoleakageoccursinauxiliaryequipmentconnectedtothe
enginecoolingsystem.
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshopifthefaultremains.
Coolant temperature R
Explanation: Ccoolant temperature too high.
Reaction:Enginepowerisreduced.
Action:
Checkcoolantlevel.PleaserefertoMaintenance:Freshwatersystem.
Checkthattheseawaterflterisnotblocked.Pleasereferto
Maintenance:Seawatersystem.
Checktheimpellerintheseawaterpump.Pleasereferto
Maintenance:Seawatersystem.
Checkthatnoleakageoccurs.
Ifthecoolingwaterfowceases,theexhausthoseshouldbeinspected
internallyandreplacedifthehoseshowssignsofdamage.
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshopifthefaultremains.
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Faultregister
Fuel pressure R
Explanation: Fuel pressure too low.
Reaction:Enginepowerisreduced.
Action:
Checkthefuellevel.
Openthefueltapsandcheckthatnoleakageoccurs.
Checkthatthefuelfltersarenotblocked.Pleasereferto
Maintenance:Fuelsystem
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshopifthefaultremains.
Fuel temperature R
Explanation: Fuel temperature too high.
Reaction:Enginepowerisreduced.
Action:
Checkthefuellevel.
Checkfuelcooler.
Checkthatnoleakageoccurs.
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshopifthefaultremains.
Engine oil level R
Explanation: Oil level too low.
NOTE! Inroughfollowingseasorheadseas,thesystemcanincorrectlysense
thattheengineoillevelistoolow.Ifthishappens,acknowledgethefault,and
checkthepointsbelowforsafetyreasons.
Reaction:Enginepowerisreduced.
Action:
Checktheoillevelintheengine.Pleasereferto
"Maintenance:Lubricationsystem"tocheckandtoptheoilup.
Checktheoilflters.Pleasereferto"Maintenance:Lubricationsystem".
Checkthatnoleakageoccurs.
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshopifthefaultremains.
Engine oil pressure R
Explanation: Oil pressure too low.
Reaction:Enginepowerisreduced.
Action:
Checktheoillevelintheengine.PleaserefertoMaintenance:Lubrication
tocheckandtoptheoilup.
Checkthattheoilfltersarenotblocked.
Checkthatnoleakageoccurs.
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshopifthefaultremains.
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Faultregister
Engine oil temperature R
Explanation: Engine oil temperature too high.
Reaction:Enginepowerisreduced.
Action:
Checktheoillevel.Pleasereferto"Maintenance:Lubricationsystem".
Checkthattheoilfltersarenotblocked.Pleasereferto
"Maintenance:Lubricationsystem".
Checkthatnoleakageoccurs.
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshopifthefaultremains.
Engine oil flter R
Explanation: Oil pressure differential too big.
Reaction:Enginepowerisreduced.
Action:
Checkthattheoilfltersarenotblocked.Pleasereferto
"Maintenance:Lubricationsystem.
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshopifthefaultremains.
Crankcase pressure R
Explanation: Crankcase pressure too high.
Reaction:Enginepowerreduced.
Action:
Checkthatthecrankcaseventilationisnotblocked.Pleasereferto
Maintenance:Engine,general.
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshopifthefaultremains.
Exhaust temperature R
Explanation: Exhaust temperature too high.
Reaction:Enginepowerisreduced.
Action:
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshop.
Transmission oil pressure R
Explanation: Transmission oil pressure too low.
Reaction:Enginepowerisreduced.
Action:
Checkoillevel.PleaserefertoMaintenance:Lubricationsystem.
Checkthattheoilstrainerisnotblocked.Pleasereferto
Maintenance:Lubricationsystem.
Checkthatnoleakageoccurs.
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshopifthefaultremains.
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Faultregister
Battery voltage O
Explanation: Battery voltage too low.
Reaction:
Action:
Checkbatteryfuidlevel.
Checkbelttension.
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshopifthefaultremains.
Auxiliary stop R
Explanation: External stop signal.
Reaction:Enginestopsorcannotbestarted
Action:
Checkemergencystopbutton.Resetifnecessary.Pleasereferto
"Stoppingtheengine:Emergencystop"
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshopifthefaultremains.
Primary battery R
Explanation: Poor battery or charging.
Reaction:
Action:
Checkbatteryfuidlevel.
Checkbelttension.
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshopifthefaultremains.
Secondary battery R
Explanation: Poor battery or charging.
Reaction:
Action:
Checkbatteryfuidlevel.
Checkbelttension.
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshopifthefaultremains.
30 V supply fuse R
Explanation: Fuse is broken.
Reaction:
Action:
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshop.
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Faultregister
EMS supply fuse R
Explanation: Fuse is broken.
Reaction:
Action:
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshop.
Extra supply fuse R
Explanation: Fuse is broken.
Reaction:
Action:
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshop.
Power Trim O/R
Explanation: Fault in Power trim system.
Reaction:Cannotchangetrimposition.
Action:
EmergencyTrimming.Pleasereferto
"Incaseofemergency:Emergencytrimming".
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshopifthefaultremains.
Check shift actuator R
Explanation: Fault in shift actuator.
Reaction:Cannotengagegears.Engineinemergencymode.
Action:
Emergencyshifting.Pleasereferto
"Incaseofemergency:Emergencyshifting".
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshopifthefaultremains.
Check control lever O/R
Explanation: Fault in control lever.
Reaction:Engineinemergencymode.Geartoneutral.
Action:
Restartengine(s).
Iftheenginecannotbeoperatedfromthechosencontrolpanel,use
analternativecontrolpanel.
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshopifthefaultremains.
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Faultregister
Lever calibration O
Explanation: Incorrect lever calibration.
Reaction:Itisnotpossibletochooseactivehelmstation.
Action:
Restartengine(s).
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshopifthefaultremains.
Check EVC system O/R
Explanation: Internal fault in the EVC system.
Reaction:Enginepowerisreduced.
Action:
Restartengine(s).
Iftheenginecannotbeoperatedfromthechosencontrolpanel,use
analternativecontrolpanel.
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshopifthefaultremains.
System failure R
Explanation: Miscellaneous fault.
Reaction:
Action:
Restartengine(s).
PleasecontactaVolvoPentaworkshopifthefaultremains.
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Faultregister
Technical Data
Engine
General information
Aftermarketdesignation............................................. D4 -Seetablebelow D6 -Seetablebelow
Enginemodel........................................................... Seetablebelow Seetablebelow
CrankshaftpowerkW(hp)*..................................... Seetablebelow Seetablebelow
PropellershaftpowerkW(hp)*................................. Seetablebelow Seetablebelow
Idlingspeed............................................................. 700rpm 600rpm
Sweptvolume.......................................................... 3.7liter(1.0USgals) 5.5liter(1.5USgals)
Injectionsequence................................................... 1-3-4-2 1-5-3-6-2-4
Directionofrotation(seenfromfront)...................... Clockwise Clockwise
Max.forwardsinclination......................................... 10 10
Max.rearwardsinclinationinoperation................... 20 20
Max.sidewaysinclinationinoperation..................... 30 30
Oilpressure,hotengine..........................................
Idling................................................................... 1.25bar(18.1psi) 1.25bar(18.1psi)
Fullspeed........................................................... 4.5bars(65psi) 4.5bars(65psi)
Compressor
Oilvolume................................................................ 0.1liter(0.2USpint) 0.1liter(0.2USpint)
Oilgrade.................................................................. VolvoPenta,partno.1141641-9
Cooling system
Thermostatsopen/fullyopen................................... 82C/92C 82C/92C
Freshwatersystemvolume,app............................. 13liter(3.4USgals) 16.5liter(4.4USgals)
Electrical system
Systemvoltage........................................................ 12/24V
Alternator,ratedpower,max.................................... 14V/115A28V/80A
Startermotor,ratedpower....................................... 12V/3.6kW24V/5kW
*AccordingtoISO8665
After market
designation
Engine model Crankshaft power
kW (hp)
Propellershaft power
kW (hp)
D4-180I-B D4-180I 132(180) 128(174)
D4-225I-B D4-225I 165(225) 160(218)
D4-225A-B D4-225A 165(225) 158(215)
D4-260I-B D4-260I 191(260) 186(253)
D4-260A-B D4-260A 191(260) 184(250)
D4-300I-A D4-300I 221(300) 212(289)HS-63/214(292)HS-80
D4-300A-A D4-300A 221(300) 214(292)
D6-280I-B D6-280I 206(280) 201(274)
D6-280A-B D6-280A 206(280) 198(269)
D6-310I-B D6-310I 228(310) 223(303)
D6-310A-B D6-310A 228(310) 219(298)
D6-330I-B D6-330I 243(330) 237(323)
D6-330A-B D6-330A 243(330) 233(317)
D6-350A-B D6-350A 257(350) 248(337)
D6-370I-B D6-370I 272(370) 267(363)
D6-370A-B D6-370A 272(370) 261(355)
D6-435I-A D6-435I 320(435) 310(422)
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Note! Mineralbasedoil,eitherfullyorsemi-synthetic,canbeusedonconditionthatitcomplieswiththequality
requirementsabove.
VDS = Volvo Drain Specifcation
ACEA = Association des Constructeurs Europenne dAutomobiles
API = American Petroleum Institute
Global DHD = Global Diesel Heavy Duty
TBN = Total Base Number
Sulfurcontentinfuel,byweight
< 0,5 1,0 % > 1,0 %
3)
Oilgrade
1)
Oilchangeinterval,reachedfrstinoperation
All engines: 200h/12months 100h/12months
VDS-2and ACEAE7
2)
orVDS-2

and GlobalDHD-1
orVDS-2 and APICH-4
orVDS-2and APICI-4
1)
Whenoilqualityspecifcationsarejoinedbyor (Type1,2and3),either engineoilspecifcationcanbeused.
Whenoilqualityspecifcationsarejoinedbyand (Type2and3),theengineoilmustfulfllbothrequirements.
2)
ACEAE7hasreplacedACEAE5,butifavailableACEAE5canbeused.
3)
Ifsulphurcontentis>1.0%byweight,useoilwithTBN>15.
SAE5W/30
30 20 10 0 +10 20 30 40
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Viscosity
Selecttheviscosityfromthetablebelow.Note! Thetemperaturevaluesrefertostableambienttemperatures.
*Referstosyntheticorsemi-syntheticoils.
Lubrication system
Oilvolume,(incl.oilflter)......................................... 12.5liter(3.3USgals) 20liter(5.28USgals)
Oilvolume,oilflter.................................................. 1.6liter(0.4USgals) 1.6liter(0.4USgals)
Oilvolumebetweenmin.andmax.markings.......... 1.5liter(0.4USgals) 3.5liter(0.9USgals)
Oilgrade.................................................................. Seetablebelow
Viscosity.................................................................. SAE15W/40(Seetablebelow)
Fuel specifcation
Thefuelmustcomplywithnationalandinternationalstandardsforcommerciallysuppliedfuels,suchas:
EN 590 (withnationallyadaptedenvironmentalandcoldrequirements)
ASTM D 975 No. 1-D and 2-D
JIS KK 2204
Sulfur content: Complyingwithlegalrequirementsineachcountry.
Fuelswithlowdensity(urbandieselinSwedenandcitydieselinFinland)cancauseadropinoutput
of5%andanincreaseinfuelconsumptionof23%.
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TechnicalData
Drive
DPH
Oilvolume............................................................ 5.4liters(1.4USgals)
Oilvolumebetweenmin.and
max.markings..................................................... 0.2liter(0.4USpint)
Oilgradeandviscosity........................................ VP1141634(APIGL5SAE75W/90)Synthetic*
DPR
Oilvolume............................................................ 4.2liter(1.1USqals)
Oilvolumebetweenmin.andmax.markings...... 0.2liter(0.4USpint)
Oilgradeandviscosity:........................................ VP1141634(APIGL5SAE75W/90)Synthetic*
* NOTE.Atlongoperationalhoursinwarmwaters
(above25C/77F)VP1141666(APIGLSAE75W/140)
Syntheticoilshouldbeused.
Reverse gear (excluding oil cooler)
HS45AE
Oilvolume...................................................... 2.5liter(0.7USqals)
Oilgrade........................................................ ATF(DexronII,III)
HS63AE
Oilvolume...................................................... 4.0liter(1USqals)
Oilgrade........................................................ ATF(DexronII,III)
HS63IVE
Oilvolume...................................................... 4.0liter(1USqals)
Oilgrade........................................................ ATF(DexronII,III)
HS80/85AE
Oilvolume...................................................... 5liter(1.3USqals)/5.5liter(1.5USqals)
Oilgrade........................................................ ATF(DexronII,III)
HS80/85IVE
Oilvolume...................................................... 7.0liter(1.8USqals)/
Oilgrade........................................................ ATF(DexronII,III)
Power Trim
Oilgrade........................................................ ATF(DexronII,III)
Steering
Power steering
Oilgrade........................................................ ATF(DexronII,III)
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Notes
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Notes
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