Thanks I think the two items you mention are as about as much as you can do. Yes, That is how they are made. The most important advantage with a folding propeller is that it gives less current resistance during sailing but when the engine is running it has a somewhat lower effect especially when manoeuvering astern. Are there any other routine tasks? I am assuming regular changing of the gear oil and the ring anode are the essentials. The previous owner clearly haven't changed the anode too often as there is precious little left of it. Volvo Penta has built up an extensive service organization with service workshops with specially trained personnel at your service.
I'll take a closer look this evening and report. Any sign of such, then the belt must be replaced. Check from outside that the rubber membrane over the drive's hull aperture is in place. Maybe try a message to them? It seems to have dropped off their radar probably due to age. Lever for gear change 4. I have searched Volvo penta site looking for a maintenance manual for the 110S saildrive.
Unfortunately the other saildrive has now failed and there isn't a big enough tidal range where I now am so it means a haul out. Venting screw, injection pump 7. Paint the drive with anti-fouling paint which does not contain copper. A new engine or driveline can give you a cleaner, faster, quieter and more comfortable boating experience as well as provide peace of mind. Fill the engine and reverse gear to the correct level with Volvo Penta diesel engine oil, which also has rustproof ing properties. Let an authorized Volvo Penta Service Shop look after your engine. Are there any other routine tasks? When switching your old engine for a D1 or D2 engine, including Saildrive, Volvo Penta has developed repowering kits to ensure a seamless and cost-effective replacement.
But the thing is, it won't budge. If anyone wants a copy by email let me know. All good advice so far. Draw out the shaft enough so that the impeller's locking screw can be screwed out. Couldn't get the old seal out until I discovered a wooden thru-hull plug that was exactly the right size to use to bash the old seal out. All copyrights belong to copyright holders stated in the documents.
I have tried heat, but still no success. Water intake for engines cooling system 9. We may be able to help. Vent the fuel system see page 21. Observe the following whenever the.
Your right you dont change the gearbox oil on your car every year, but that isnt likely to have sea water leak into it does it? The manuals on this page are provided for public information and education and can be downloaded for free. It seems to have dropped off their radar probably due to age. Your right you dont change the gearbox oil on your car every year, but that isnt likely to have sea water leak into it does it? Repowering will also increase the value of your boat. You do not need the disc bit. You don't do so with your car gearbox or back axle. Thanks Look in the owner's manual for your engine. Venting screw, fine filter 2.
Propeller options varied with each application, from two or three blade propellers to those with folding propeller blade. Unscrew and discard the oil filter. The Volvo Penta 110S Sail Drive unit was the first of the close coupled saildrive units, and couplling to the engine directly without the usual shaft and gaiter. Remove the cover on the sea water pump. Follow the maintenance scheme's recommendations - it helps provide trouble-free.
Looking at the diagram VicS kindly provided, I suspect that my disc has been spot welded to the axle. Your right you dont change the gearbox oil on your car every year, but that isnt likely to have sea water leak into it does it? Furthermore, the Saildrive system can be extended with tailored propeller options, for example the folding propeller, to further add efficiency. But the thing is, it won't budge. Check the engine speed with normal load in the boat. Top up with oil if necessary, through the oil filler hole. The control lever can now be used both for gear changing and engine speed. It contains all the information you need to run and service your engine in the best possible way.
You don't do so with your car gearbox or back axle. I have searched Volvo penta site looking for a maintenance manual for the 110S saildrive. Loosen the alternator mounting bolts so that the belt can be removed. Why change the oil every year? Owner and Workshop Manuals are important documents that should be part of every vessel's library. A bit nerve racking as I'd never done it before and there was a very definite time-limit on completion. I'll resort to more drastic measures then.
Dry the pulley grooves before fitting the new belt. When necessary, contact an authorized Volvo Penta Service Shop, and let them service the engine and reverse gear according to the instructions in the servicing scheme. Thought to resurrect this old thread as I'm clueless on how the change the anode on this thing. A bit nerve racking as I'd never done it before and there was a very definite time-limit on completion. The engines have replaceable cylinder liners and overhead valves. All good advice so far. Hi If you still have this I would love a copy please.