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Old 08 April 2006, 18:52   #1
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OMC Remotes - Wiring

Hi, My Evinrude 30HP (1990, Electric Start) remotes are currently not connected to the outboard electrically. The cable is there and looks 8 core. Any ideas what colour of wire does what and what actually needs to be connected. Was quite surprised on the number of cables as it's really only the key switch and electric choke (theres no power tilt/trim)

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Old 08 April 2006, 18:58   #2
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I had to do this with a slightly older Evinrude not so long ago. I can't remember off hand what the colours meant now, but if you buy a workshop manual it will tell you in there. Theres a thread on iboats.com forum somewhere that I started which also has the solution!
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Old 10 April 2006, 03:55   #3
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Thanks for the info Tim. Bought the Seloc Online manual - that's as clear as mud :o) There is a wiring diagram, but it doesn't actually tell you what each does. Think I'll look for a hard copy Clymer on amazon...

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