Once a Year or Every 200 Operating Hours (Whichever Occurs First)

  • Inspect the power package for leaks and damage.
  • Check the charge, connections, and condition of the battery. Charge or replace the battery as necessary.
  • Change the engine oil and filter element.
  • Drain any water and change the fuel filter.
  • Check the power steering hydraulic oil level (if applicable), and adjust it as necessary.
  • Inspect the coolant level and adjust it as necessary.
  • Inspect the air filter element and clean it as necessary.
  • Inspect the accessory drive belts, hoses, and power steering pump, where applicable.
  • Inspect the fuel injection pump drive belt condition.
  • Inspect and clean the seawater strainer.
  • Inspect the seawater pump and change the impeller as necessary.
  • Inspect the anodes and replace them if they are 50% eroded.
  • Verify that the gauges and the wiring connections are secure.

Every 5 Years or 500 Hours (Whichever Occurs First)

In addition to the Once–a–Year or Every 200 Operating Hours interval:

  • Clean the intercooler core.

Every 5 Years or 1,000 Operating Hours (Whichever Occurs First)

In addition to the Once–a– Year or Every 200 Operating Hours interval:

  • Clean the fuel tank.
  • Check the heat exchanger pipe bundles. Remove and clean them as necessary. 

Every 5 Years or 2,000 Operating Hours (Whichever Occurs First)

In addition to the Once–a– Year or Every 200 Operating Hours interval:

  • Replace the fuel injection pump drive belt.

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