Where should I have my Evinrude outboard serviced?
Authorized Evinrude dealers are the best source for service on your Evinrude product. You can use the online dealer locator to find the nearest authorized dealer.
How do I know when to have my Evinrude product serviced?
Check your operator’s guide for the manufacturer recommended service intervals. You can also access digital versions of the operator’s guides at (http://www.operatorsguides.brp.com)
What is the difference between XD30, XD50 and XD100 engine oil?
XD30: For use in Evinrude E-TEC, Evinrude direct injection, oil injected, and carbureted 2-stroke outboards.
XD50: For use in Evinrude G2, Evinrude E-TEC, Evinrude direct injection, oil injected, and carbureted 2-stroke outboards. (Synthetic Blend)
XD100: The preferred oil for use in Evinrude G2. Also for use in Evinrude E-TEC, Evinrude direct injection, oil injected, and carbureted 2-stroke outboards. (Full Synthetic)
I have a technical question. Should I call Evinrude?
Your authorized Evinrude dealer is the first line in answering technical questions. If you’ve already contacted your dealer and they were not able to provide a satisfactory response to your question, they may contact the Technical Support Team at BRP for assistance.
Where can I obtain an operator’s guide for my Evinrude outboard?
You can access digital versions of the operator’s guides here.
Which propeller should I use for my Evinrude outboard?
Please contact your authorized Evinrude dealer or boat manufacturer as there are many factors to be considered when propping your outboard.
What if I have a concern related to the speed or quality of service on my outboard by an Evinrude dealer?
Your first step should be to raise your concern to the service manager of your dealership. If you are still not satisfied with any aspect of the service performed on your outboard, you can then contact BRP Consumer Support with a case number from your dealer.
How should I store my product for the winter?
Please consult the "Storage/Winterization" section of your operator's guide for information on correctly storing your outboard during the off-season.