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Old 23 December 2008, 13:25   #1
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Ignition barrel

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Need a new ignition barrel/key+assembly for a Yamaha 702 remote. Anyone any ideas where I can get one from?

Also is it a wiring nightmare to switch to aftermarket top mounted controls with separate switch for trim/tilt, kill cord and ignition?
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Need a new ignition barrel/key+assembly for a Yamaha 702 remote. Anyone any ideas where I can get one from?
Your local friendly Yamaha dealer would be able to help but I guess you might be seeking a lower cost alternative.
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No - it will be quite straight forward, all colour coded and the colours are listed somewhere on ribnet.
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Doing a search on the 'tinternet I can only find the ignition unit as part of the loom. Not taken it to bits yet but I would have thought this could be bought as a separate component?
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Your local friendly Yamaha dealer would be able to help but I guess you might be seeking a lower cost alternative.
No - it will be quite straight forward, all colour coded and the colours are listed somewhere on ribnet.
Sorry Polwart, must have posted at the same time.
Liverpool power boats it is then. I've heard they are good with Yamaha's.
And thanks for the info on wiring, will do a search.
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Doing a search on the 'tinternet I can only find the ignition unit as part of the loom. Not taken it to bits yet but I would have thought this could be bought as a separate component?
I would think so too. I would see if your local yam dealer can order it for you. My parts list for the 703 implies it is available separately (so would assume so for 702 too).

EDIT: Sorry just read the bit at the front of the manual which explains that anything starting with a . is available only as part of an assembly - so it would appear that for the 703 you may need to buy the whole lot?
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Thanks Polwart.

Bugger that's turning into allot of money just for a pissy arse little thing.
I wonder if I can make something from an old landy or mini ignition. Not sure if all Yam's are the same but on this one the ignition barrels only function is to start. On my 50 mercury it had a choke system built into it.
Another pain in the head.

Thanks again for looking into that for me.
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On the 703 it works the choke too (push key in). If you don't have choke I would think you could wire in any key switch - and aftermarket kill switches are available. Worst case you could just replace it with some switches - since Yam keys aren't exactly a security device - more of an inconvenience when you forget them!
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Really? Chokes broke then
There's a new 702 on Ebay, any idea is the wiring is much different mate?
I expect I'm gonna go for a top mounted and nobs and whistles everywhere though.
And as for yams key's there's only half of one and it still turns it over.
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i have a brand new keyx 2 and barrel for a 703 box, Pm me if you need it, cheers Matt
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Here he comes to save the dayyyy!!!!
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