Inspect outboard motors at end of assembly lines.
What does an Outboard Motor Inspector do?
Inspects outboard motors at end of assembly line for conformance to factory standards, preparatory to shipment: Examines motor for missing parts, dents, scratches, and paint imperfections, such as runs and spots. Moves shifting lever into drive positions, pulls starter rope, opens cover latches and doors, moves tilt lever, release lever, starter lock, and reverse lock, to verify operation of parts. Records defects on inspection tag.