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  • Read this manual carefully before operating this watercraft.

    OWNERS/OPERATORS MANUAL

    2011 WaveRunnerFX SHO

    FX Cruiser SHO

    F1W-F8199-50-E0

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  • Read this manual carefully before operating this watercraft. This manual should stay with the WaveRunner if it is sold.

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  • Important manual informationEJU30192

    To the owner/operatorThank you for choosing a Yamaha watercraft.This owners/operators manual contains in-formation you will need for proper operation,maintenance, and care. If you have any ques-tions about the operation or maintenance ofyour watercraft, please consult a Yamahadealer.This manual is not a course on boating safetyor seamanship. If this is your first watercraft,or if you are changing to a type of watercraftyou are not familiar with, for your own comfortand safety, please ensure that you obtainproper training or practice before operatingthe watercraft by yourself. In addition, aYamaha dealer or boating organization will bepleased to recommend local sea schools, orcompetent instructors.In this manual, information of particular impor-tance is distinguished in the following ways:

    This is the safety alert symbol. It is usedto alert you to potential personal injury haz-ards. Obey all safety messages that followthis symbol to avoid possible injury or death.

    WARNINGEWJ00071

    A WARNING indicates a hazardous situa-tion which, if not avoided, could result indeath or serious injury.

    NOTICEECJ00091

    A NOTICE indicates special precautionsthat must be taken to avoid damage to thewatercraft or other property.

    TIP:A TIP provides key information to make pro-cedures easier or clearer.

    EJU40410

    Because Yamaha has a policy of continuingproduct improvement, this product may not beexactly as described in this owners/opera-tors manual. Specifications are subject tochange without notice.This manual should be considered a perma-nent part of this watercraft and should remainwith it even if the watercraft is subsequentlysold.EJU30232

    WaveRunner FX SHO/FX Cruiser SHOOWNERS/OPERATORS MANUAL2010 by Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd.

    1st Edition, May 2010All rights reserved.

    Any reprinting or unauthorized use without the written permission of

    Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd. is expressly prohibited.

    Printed in U.S.A.

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  • Table of contents

    General and important labels...........1Identification numbers .................... 1

    Primary Identification (PRI-ID) number ........................................... 1

    Hull Identification Number (HIN) ........ 1Engine serial number ........................ 1

    Emission control information (for Canada only) ........................ 2Approval label of emission control

    certificate ........................................ 2Manufactured date label .................... 2

    Important labels .............................. 4Warning labels ................................... 5Other labels ....................................... 9

    Safety information........................... 11Limitations on who may operate

    the watercraft ............................ 11Cruising limitations ....................... 12Operation requirements ............... 13Recommended equipment ........... 15Hazard information ....................... 16Watercraft characteristics ............. 16Water-skiing ................................. 18Safe boating rules ........................ 20Enjoy your watercraft

    responsibly ................................ 20

    Description.......................................22Watercraft glossary ...................... 22Location of main components ...... 23

    Control function operation .............27Watercraft control functions ......... 27

    Remote control transmitter .............. 27Yamaha Security System ................ 28Engine stop switch .......................... 29Engine shut-off switch ..................... 29Start switch ...................................... 29Throttle lever ................................... 30Steering system ............................... 30Adjustable tilt steering system ......... 31Cooling water pilot outlets ............... 32

    Water separator ............................... 32

    Watercraft operation....................... 33Watercraft operation functions ..... 33

    Reverse system ............................... 33Quick Shift Trim System

    (Q.S.T.S.) ..................................... 34Watercraft operation modes ......... 35

    Low RPM Mode ............................... 35No-wake mode ................................ 36Cruise assist .................................... 37

    Instrument operation ...................... 40Multifunction information center ... 40

    Analog speedometer/tachometer .... 40Information display .......................... 41Multifunction display

    (FX Cruiser SHO) ......................... 45

    Equipment operation ...................... 48Equipment .................................... 48

    Seats ............................................... 48Handgrip .......................................... 49Reboarding step .............................. 49Bow eye ........................................... 50Stern eyes ....................................... 50Cleat ................................................ 50Pull-up cleats (FX Cruiser SHO) ...... 51Storage compartments .................... 51Fire extinguisher container .............. 54

    Operation and handling requirements ................................... 55

    Fuel requirements ........................ 55Fuel ................................................. 55

    Engine oil requirements ............... 57Engine oil ......................................... 57

    Draining the bilge water ............... 58Draining the bilge water on land ...... 58Draining the bilge water on water .... 59

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    Transporting on a trailer ............... 60

    First-time operation......................... 61Engine break-in ............................ 61

    Pre-operation checks...................... 62Pre-operation checklist .................... 62

    Pre-operation check points .......... 64Pre-launch checks ........................... 64Post-launch checks ......................... 70

    Operation ......................................... 72Operating your watercraft ............. 72

    Getting to know your watercraft ....... 72Learning to operate

    your watercraft ............................. 72Riding position ................................. 73Launching the watercraft ................. 73Starting the engine on water ........... 73Stopping the engine ........................ 74Leaving the watercraft ..................... 74Operating the watercraft .................. 74Turning the watercraft ..................... 75Stopping the watercraft ................... 76Operating the watercraft

    in reverse ..................................... 77Boarding the watercraft ................... 77Starting off ....................................... 80Capsized watercraft ......................... 81Beaching and docking

    the watercraft ............................... 82Operating in weeded areas ............. 83After removing the watercraft from

    the water ...................................... 83

    Care and storage............................. 84Post-operation care ...................... 84

    Flushing the cooling water passages ...................................... 84

    Cleaning the watercraft ................... 85Battery care ..................................... 85

    Long-term storage ........................ 88Cleaning .......................................... 88Lubrication ....................................... 88

    Rustproofing .................................... 89

    Maintenance .................................... 90Maintenance ................................ 90

    Tool kit ............................................. 90Removing and installing the engine

    cover ............................................ 90Periodic maintenance chart ............. 92Engine oil and oil filter ..................... 93

    Specifications.................................. 94Specifications................................ 94

    Trouble recovery............................. 95Troubleshooting ........................... 95

    Troubleshooting chart ...................... 95Emergency procedures ................ 98

    Cleaning the jet intake and impeller ........................................ 98

    Jumping the battery ......................... 99Replacing the fuses ......................... 99Replacing the bilge pump fuse ...... 101Towing the watercraft .................... 102Submerged watercraft ................... 103

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  • General and important labels

    1

    EJU30262

    Identification numbers Record the Primary Identification (PRI-ID)number, Hull Identification Number (HIN), andengine serial number in the spaces providedfor assistance when ordering genuine partsfrom a Yamaha dealer. Also record and keepthese ID numbers in a separate place in caseyour watercraft is stolen.EJU30283

    Primary Identification (PRI-ID) number The PRI-ID number is stamped on a plate at-tached inside the engine compartment. (Seepage 48 for seat removal and installation pro-cedures and page 53 for information on theseat storage compartment.)MODEL:FX1800-K (FX SHO)FX1800A-K (