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Old 13 March 2013, 15:29   #1
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Smartcraft wiring-2002 Opti 225

Anyone got any idea what wiring I should have? the original wiring was a complete mess and all that's identifiable is part numbers 84-859314 and 84-859315. It appears to plug into a 5 pin semi-circular rubber plug into the main wiring harness. Pic below.

I get the feeling I may be missing a large chunk of the loom.
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Old 13 March 2013, 16:49   #2
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Anyone got any idea what wiring I should have? the original wiring was a complete mess and all that's identifiable is part numbers 84-859314 and 84-859315. It appears to plug into a 5 pin semi-circular rubber plug into the main wiring harness. Pic below.

I get the feeling I may be missing a large chunk of the loom.
Which part is this from? engine loom or boat. Its really hard to see from the photo!
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Old 13 March 2013, 17:04   #3
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Is that the additional loom for the tanks and paddle wheel?
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No, the pic is the ONLY wiring I have for the SC1000 speedo and revcounter.
I'll label up where I think the wires go.
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This is as much sense as I think I can make of it, labelling colours are as close to plug/socket colours as I can make them. The one that's connected together was like that on the boat before dismantling. The red goes into the heatshrink, it's just not obvious.:-
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Yeah see that now. Same as mine. I will look at it tomorrow and let you know what is what.
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What features are working on your gauges? As far as I know, everything on mine was working though I don't remember if the speedo worked.
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What features are working on your gauges? As far as I know, everything on mine was working though I don't remember if the speedo worked.
All works on mine apart from speed which is done by the paddle wheel which comes up with a 'CHECK PADDLE WHEEL' fault soon after you turn on the ignition.
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There's a complete set of wiring diagrams at the end of the optimax manual - colours and all, it's a big pdf but you can download if from our boating resources page

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