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Old 19 February 2014, 11:52   #1
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Yamaha 733 control wiring

Fitting my new controls a weekend can anybody tell me what x2 leads with red, blue and green are for.
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Old 19 February 2014, 11:54   #2
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Sorry ment 703 controls
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Trim,,,,
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Extra trim leads ? Or to allow guage to show trim setting? Or they need connecting to somewhere so trim switch on controls work
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Extra trim leads ? Or to allow guage to show trim setting? Or they need connecting to somewhere so trim switch on controls work
should be another loom going to the engine for the trim if my memory serves me, I should have the manual somewhere if you get stuck
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The lead I sent you isn't compatible with that box, if memory serves me right that's a later unit.

The wiring colours are slightly different in the later boxes but that's definitely trim wires.

Itl run the engine no bother but you will probably need to jig the wiring for the trim, I'm sure I've had this problem before.
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Yeah it's later box, key choke, what do I need to do?
Will post lead bck mate , drop address in pm
Where do these 2 cables run?
This is the trim guage I have
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Yeah it's later box, key choke, what do I need to do?
Will post lead bck mate , drop address in pm
Where do these 2 cables run?
This is the trim guage I have
Don't worry about the lead.

Get a picture of the back of the gauge and il see if it starts the brain going.

You are going to need another trim harness regardless. What's the engine again?

If I'm honest you would be better off getting a new gauge, iirc the newer ones don't do oil level.
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There is 2 leads that run from engine that have the plug connectors that connect to guage, what model of new trim display and leads do I need, I'm complete novice and it's big learning curve
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The wires you have, red green blue are for the trim switch and trim motor, you will need to make this loom up or buy one, you will need this irregardless of what you plug into the gauge, if you have a trim switch on the motor this will tell you if that clock is working, the wires are totally separate from all the electronics, I'm still guessing but I've had another cuppa so I think I'm right
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