Our 4-part video series on winterizing walks you through the steps needed to prep a 2-stroke outboard engine and fuel system for a long winter’s nap.

Naturally, you should check with the manufacturer of your engine to find out what steps are recommended for winterizing your specific make and model of outboard, as different engines have different winterizing requirements. Not following them could damage the outboard or void its warranty. However, the videos and articles below should provide a pretty good idea of the steps involved.

PART 1: How to Change Your Outboard’s Lower-Unit Oil

PART 2: Winterizing Your Outboard: Fuel-System Storage Tips

PART 3: Winterizing Your Outboard: Protecting the Cylinders

PART 4: Winterizing Odds & Ends


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