Simple engine fuse question (hopefully)
I was messing about with my outboard engine trying to get a non Yamaha tacho working with it and I think I've fried a fuse somewhere, as since then it is completely dead, electrically speaking. There was a brief flash on the wires I was working with and the engine carried on running which is a good sign it's nothing serious, but when I switched it off it was then dead when I tried to start it again. Do motors like this have a main fuse box somewhere? It is a 1989 Yamaha 60 AUTOLUBE 2 stroke. Though there is over 12 volts at the battery, and the same on the engine ends of the fat leads from the battery nothing works on the engine incl, trim/ tilt and starter, which is making a mess of my boating plans. I've checked the killcord is correctly in place and waggled it etc. and all seems as it was. As it was running fine, I'm sure it will be something silly, but can't for my life work it out. Any ideas? Should i be looking in the engine itself or the control box.