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Old 31 October 2016, 08:47   #1
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Yamaha 90 Wiring loom

Hi

I have a 2006 Yamaha 90 2 stroke and a Yamaha 703 remote.

Im looking for the loom from the 703 to the tacho and tilt gauge.

If anyone can help it would be appreciated


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Old 31 October 2016, 09:06   #2
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I'm sure I have one. I'll have a look later
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thanks whisper

that was quick


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the tacho and tilt are both analogue


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Also looking for a tilt/trim loom for a Yam 90 AETO

20ft would be fine

let me know if anyone has one

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juts looking for a tacho loom now, other stuff sorted




did you have any joy




thanks




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The tacho loom is dead easy to make. You need to join the colours up - green from the box is the tacho pulse, yellow is 12v and black is neg. The tacho if it is Yamaha will have the same colour coding. To do a proper job you can get the sealed Yamaha type crimped bullets on eBay etc.

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juts looking for a tacho loom now, other stuff sorted




did you have any joy




thanks




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tacho wiring

thanks for that

the tacho is a Yamaha analogue which also has the warning lamps built in

Im know about the colour coding as you mention above, but there seems to be a square 4 position connector coming of the warning lamps as well

this has green yellow and red coming from it with a common black for ground

any idea where these would connect

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extra wires

Think I have found them

looks like its for the oil pressure and overheat circuit, but may need another loom with relay for them to work

My tacho is 6Y5-83540-05-00


I also have the gauge with just these lights on as well but think I just wont bother with them at all.

Also have the speedo, but my simrad is more than adequate for that function



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