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Old 23 December 2008, 17:09   #11
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Old 23 December 2008, 17:10   #12
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Might still be worth talking to your dealer, this US site has the parts for the 703 separately...

http://www.boats.net/parts/detail/ya...510-10-00.html

Not sure what the difference is between a 702 and 703... if its just electrical wouldn't seem that difficult to fix... the 703 is not exactly sophisticated electrically.
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Suits me sir.
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Might still be worth talking to your dealer, this US site has the parts for the 703 separately...

http://www.boats.net/parts/detail/ya...510-10-00.html

Not sure what the difference is between a 702 and 703... if its just electrical wouldn't seem that difficult to fix... the 703 is not exactly sophisticated electrically.
Thanks mate but it looks like I'm sorted. Thanks again for all your help
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Just been fitting the ignition that I bought off Mr H. The 703 on this one has a switch for the choke instead of having it on the key. The one from Matt has it on the key. Now this isn't rocket science but I'm just making sure for piece of mind, I can just bypass the switch (blue wire) to make the choke run off the switch can't I?
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Just been fitting the ignition that I bought off Mr H. The 703 on this one has a switch for the choke instead of having it on the key. The one from Matt has it on the key. Now this isn't rocket science but I'm just making sure for piece of mind, I can just bypass the switch (blue wire) to make the choke run off the switch can't I?
Personally I'd leave it on the switch if possible-but that's due to the control position on a standard 5.4 console which makes it quite easy to push the key in with a knee when it's bumpy which stops the engine rapidly. Is it likely to happen to you?

It shouldn't be a hard job to move it over to the ignition though.
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It's very easy to move it to the ignition but the sealed ignition wiring would be a little more tricky to re wire to the switch. That's a good point about knocking it with your knee.
I've left it all in bits for today as it's throwing it down outside. Prob forget where everything goes though Will have a ponder on it, cheers Nos

Edit: I could just keep the blue out of the ignition unplugged and run a wire (use the old one) from the switch to the blue in the loom.
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