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During the winterization process, you are given the perfect time to not only perform the basic requirements, but to also grade the customer’s boat and give recommendations on needed work or potential problem areas.
Taking some extra time could lead to not only
additional revenue, but a happier customer during the next boating season. Use the following as a general guideline to maximize the winterization process.
|Inspect distributor caps, rotors, points and condensers for excess wear and deterioration.|
|Inspect all electrical connections, wiring, lights and fuses for proper operation and performance. Replace and repair as necessary.|
|Change Fuel Water Separating Filters. Inspect/ change all other fuel filters. Do not compromise on FWS quality; use only a high quality Sierra 10 micron filter such as the 18-7945 or 18-7944.|
|Stabilize Fuel-Use a fuel treatment designed for today’s ethanol laden fuel such as Sierra’s E-Guard fuel stabilizer.|
|Fog engine-For maximum
protection use Sierra’s unique engine
|Cooling/ Drive Systems|
|Remove Drive-inspect/replace impeller|
|Check alignment/ replace outdrive gaskets|
|Replace gear lube/ inspect and
replace drain plug gaskets as
|Inspect/ replace anodes|
|Lubricate all applicable fittings|
|Inspect all belts and hoses for cracks, swelling or any other visible signs of fatigue.|
|Flush engine with fresh water and drain. Inspect for leakage within cooling system.|
|Circulate antifreeze though engine block and manifolds.|
|Change oil and filter-Use a high quality Sierra oil filter along with manufacturers specified engine oil type and weight|
|Hydraulic steering-check the system for any visible signs of leakage or corrosion, fill system with SeaStar steering fluid and check to ensure system is properly purged.|
|Mechanical steering-check the system for visible signs of corrosion. Ensure that system operates freely.|
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