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Old 08 November 2013, 17:50   #11
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This may be a daft question...

...is there power to the engine? i.e. is the battery charged? and is the isolator switch turned on?

And does it have an imobiliser...
Y-COP

And is there a fuse?
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Old 09 November 2013, 03:23   #12
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For fear of being shot down for what I've going to suggest, but can I advise giving no information on how to "hotwire" any outboard or engine on the open forum please. This might give criminals an idea on how to circumvent manufacturers security measures and give a potential thief valuable info.

exactly what I was tinking..of course we all know him so well.. he could be the tealeaf who just nicked it!!!
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Old 09 November 2013, 04:17   #13
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Is there a reason you want to hotwire it. I'm assuming you're going to rig the boat to use so why not get the loom. You're going to need one eventually
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A Yamaha of that age does it not have an Immobiliser? I seem to remember that some Fly by Wire Yam's do. I am sure it's a seperate key type FoB.
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Matt h,dont talk stupid,for all i know,you could be a serial killer. I am not a thief,i just want it for now to start this shit,thats all.

Immobiliser is missing also,everything under dash panel is a mess,i got one cabel which goes from engine,13 pin,i have here power,but i cant start it like on simple electric wiring on older cars or so..

I have found something on web,it is from 2012. models,something very similar i have it,check this out: http://www.riverteam.ru/price/Riggin...ide%202012.pdf
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Fibonacci - you have an engine and no controls. A lot of people on this forum have had engines stolen, finding themselves with controls and no engine. Don't be surprised if some are a little wary of you, they are probably wondering how your engine and it's controls became separated originally, before you "got it from a friend". The advice to take it to a dealer is good - and yet you don't like that idea...
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Old 09 November 2013, 05:31   #17
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I was at dealers place,searching for wiring diagrams,and also i gave them serial number from engine and everything,explaining them that i want for just now to start engine,and then i will buy on e-bay or new parts maybe,thats no problem.
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Old 09 November 2013, 06:03   #18
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I was at dealers place,searching for wiring diagrams,and also i gave them serial number from engine and everything,explaining them that i want for just now to start engine,and then i will buy on e-bay
Oh I can see how that would make you popular.

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Matt h,dont talk stupid,for all i know,you could be a serial killer. I am not a thief,i just want it for now to start this shit,thats all.
He might be - but he's not asking you to tell him how to kill people so your analogy falls down a little there.


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Hello there Poly,i see that you pulling my words out of the context,i understand why are you now all hostile towards me,being a intruder here or something like that.

But okay,i will deal with my worries like i always doing,alone,because people are people
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I was at dealers place,searching for wiring diagrams,and also i gave them serial number from engine and everything,explaining them that i want for just now to start engine,and then i will buy on e-bay or new parts maybe,thats no problem.

Where are you based?
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