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Old 17 November 2013, 04:36   #1
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Help with Yam 60

Good Morning all

I need some advice with my Yam 60. I have removed it from my old Rib and removed all connections. But like a numpty i didn't take note of where the battery cables connect (correctly)

I know one connects to the Starter but where does the other? and which is POS and NEG?.

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Old 17 November 2013, 04:52   #2
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there is starter solenoid under the long plastic box centrally, the neg goes on the chrome bolt on to the side of the starter
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Old 17 November 2013, 07:11   #3
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there is starter solenoid under the long plastic box centrally, the neg goes on the chrome bolt on to the side of the starter
yep, Both cables come in through the grommet, the neg goes to the stater casing and the positive goes to the solenoid with the other red cables attached.
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Thanks

Thanks Guys

Will connecting a battery only enable the Trim & Tilt to work
using the switch on the engine?


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yes..
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