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Old 24 July 2015, 07:22   #11
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Sorry to hear your news.

Roflhat is breaking a Yammie F100. He may sell the electrics separately.
Yamaha F100 breaking
Nae use, Fuel Injection against your carb engine. You cant even retro fit all the fuel injection parts to the carb block. HTH.
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Old 24 July 2015, 07:42   #12
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So it looks like I'm digging deep for a new unit for 800? I guess I have to if I'm looking to repair this week.

Would you crack on yourself or throw it at the engineers and pay the 1800?

There is another part needed, I haven't identified it yet. I'll take a picture and post, see what you chaps think.
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Do it yourself. 1/2hr to do it.

Other potential problems in future to look out for - leg bushing really needs changing. They corrode and can end up rotting the leg out, changed two legs on f80/100 now and that's not a cheap job.

Keep an eye out for metallic debris in gear oil - the gears may not be man enough long term to cope with torque- had a few stripped teeth now.
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Old 24 July 2015, 08:48   #14
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I've recently done a full service. Gear changes are great, gear oil looked okay. Runs perfectly, very impressed. I'll take a look at the leg bushes. The hood is in good condition but a little faded so I'll refurb I think.

Have a look at the pic of the burnt out plug. It goes back into the loom. Suggestions for a fix?

Parts are going to cost around 1000. But needs must, it's better than 1800. Boating.

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Nae use, Fuel Injection against your carb engine. You cant even retro fit all the fuel injection parts to the carb block. HTH.

Jesus Davie I was just about to suggest he gave you a call to see if you had anything!


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Old 24 July 2015, 12:47   #16
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I had a merc f100 burn out loom and rectifier last week so used a Yamaha loom etc on it. I know I have another F100 it that was under
water for a day. I will see what's good on it when I get a minute.
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I've purchased a new CDI and a new RR. The guys at BHG Marine suggested I can get the plug
from an electrical type shop. What are your thoughts on that? I'm going on the hunt tomorrow. The parts are coming Wednesday and I'll get it done for Friday in time for my 10 Days in Wales!
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Count the number of pins on the plug and search online for 'Female ECU plug 32 pin' and you should find it (32 pins is a guess but you get the idea)
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I had the same issue but didn't take out the cdi. Rectifier job is plug and play!!!
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Old 24 July 2015, 16:09   #20
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The plug is available from better Yamaha dealers - BHG should be able to supply. I have a complete set of plugs and terminals from Yamaha if you are stuck. You will need an AMP type crimper to fit the terminal.
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