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Old 27 January 2015, 03:50   #1
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Yamaha ME 420 STI

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Right now I'm working with my Yamaha inboard diesel ME 420 STI. The problem is that the glow plugs are not working. The driving relays does not work. I think this is due to the control module, which I know no name. The model number is 6TA-00 F8T71571. It is mounted under the engine next to the driving reais. On the accompanying drawing indicated with arrow.

Do you know where I could get a replacement part?

Hope to hear from you.

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Bert Hofhuis. The Netherlands.
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Old 27 January 2015, 04:11   #2
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I'd have a look at the little square relay first. You can rig up a live feed to turn it off and on. If it doesn't then it's a cheap fix replacing a small relay
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Dank voor uw bericht,
Het kleine relais heb ik getest en werkt goed. De aansturing vanuit de controlunit werkt volgens mij niet.
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Old 27 January 2015, 05:48   #4
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Sorry now in English.

Thanks for your message,

The small relay I have tested and works well. The drivel from the control unit does not work to me.

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Have you also tested the power to the heater plugs
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Old 27 January 2015, 08:29   #6
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As far as I know it's the same engine as a 1HDT from Toyota Landcruiser, so maybe you can source the parts from a Yota dealer.
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Old 27 January 2015, 11:56   #7
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The voltage on the plugs is not present. Well now I know part of the name which I look for, it's the preheater.

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Indeed, it is the same engine as the Toyota 1 HD, but has been converted by Yamaha for inboard engine. ME 420 STI. What I seek is the preheater of yamaha for this engine.

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You could wire a separate circuit and convert it to a push button on the dash, it only has to come on for about 10 seconds, you could wire a push button to a relay and the relay will cope with the higher amps needs for the heater plugs, in theory you would only need to run one live wire from the dash, the earth can stay in the console and the relay can stay on the engine


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Indeed, this should be the solution if I can find no other preheater. Thanks for your message, with regards, Bert.
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