The 85hp and boat have an electric shift the 115 does not will the plug from the throttle control work on the 115? All connections are good and there is continuity. It should take between one and two hours, depending on how fast you can take apart your dashboard, but could take considerably longer. Relays are more reliable and more easily serviced if you should need to. It also had a tilt and trim switch on the throttle. Any info on this would be greatly aprieciated. I'll show you how to wire in a push button ignition and an engine kill switch in your car. It's the coil not the dist.
This would give you a fuse for the wiring too which could be a little safer. The back of the switch is marked with the function of the switch. Don't hack the wiring, it will take the same time to fix the switch the right way. I know it sounds too much like science fiction, but I think it could be possible. You need wiring diagrams to know what the heck you are doing 4. You can get a good toggle switch, but it will cost you more than a relay.
For this you would attach the wire that earths the system to your toggle sw and the other wire to Earth ground or neg First question is this for a tiller engine or for forward controls? So the Neutral Safety maybe isn't telling the Fuel Pump to turn on? Things looked like they would work but something has me confused. On a side note, this also fixed an intermittent problem I was having with the headlights popping up. We have accumulated lots of images, with any luck this picture works for you, and also assist you in discovering the answer you are trying to find. My advice to you right now sir, is read, read, read. All of this having been written and re-checked, you might find that it isn't that hard to find a good Steering Lock Cylinder, and the Ignition Switch behind it. Any help would be great. You just need a pushbutton to make contact with the starter solenoid - use the manual choke and yes the other button is the kill switch its magneto points etc so no battery involved in the ignition For forward controls.
To shut down, turn ignition switch off and turn master switch off. If you have not yet received a password reset, please re-issue one here: This will send a password reset to your email address on file. The only thing is I don't like the fact of not using a line fuse. The ignition is self contained. Do i need to run a relay to the starter? After reading your reply, I guess I really didn't consider if the any of the accesory wires went off during start. How can I avoid that in the future when I work on my 115hp Evinrude? Brn - Acc+ Orn - Ignition Switched Red - Battery B+ Sweet thanks. Could fry some stuff there if a short comes your way.
Now everyone uses relays and those problems have gone away. You could also wire in a deadmans switch between the switch mentioned in 5 and the ignition coil itself, this would cut the ignition should you be thrown from the boat. Flip the ignition switch to on or run or whatever. For example, on a 240Z the switch has two wires to energize the coil - one in the run position, and one in the start position. Hathcoat is an accredited technical instructor through Kent State University and certified in automotive service excellence. Engine starts hopefully A push button switch 4. Plan each circuit carefully and include circuit protection, either inline fuses or a fuse panel, in the diagram.
Once you get to this bundle of wires you will need to cut the Ignition Wire and the Starter wire, so also disconnect the battery first. I'm going to try to make a wiring diagram and I'll post it to see if I'm on the right track. I uploaded a wiring diagram for the current key switch. The different systems can be done by simply taking the main feed usually red and splitting it to both the supply of your toggle switch and your button start, the 2 wires from there to the choke and starter. Then touched wire hanging from factory ignition switch harness connector to one of the 3 pins wired on the back of the exposed replacement lock cylinder.
When the relay gets power at Pin 85 it will switch 12V away from Pin 87a and move it to 87. Then when I need to turn the engine off I just flip the ignition to the off position. They were just too small even for my eagle eyes and I couldn't find a magnifying glass. I'm opting to set up a toggle switch and push button starter for now. Let me describe the wiring at the Ignition Switch. Route the wires to the fuse box location and install the wires on the box. I have a 1968 mercury 20hp outboard that is ready for the electric start to be hooked up.
If you have some of these it will be cheaper. This will ground the engine ignition and stop the engine. Rewire the ignition wires to the switches. I'm unable to find that external harness boat side i think its sometimes called for any kind of reasonable price. Ignition switch feeds command wire to the starter solenoid start position. I have isolated the ignition and starter plugs from the harness and need a little help.
I'm going to use this for my remote starter setup. What you did wrong was to guess as what to do which usually results in unfortunate encounters. And, you must use all 12 gage wires, except those on either side of the push-button switch in Scenario 2. I took the iginition switch out and found it was cracked. What's the gray wire for? I know these trucks are easy to hot wire and all, just looking for a little bit of extra security from the casual thief, plus a little bit of cool factor and just because it sounds fun to do. Come to think of it why not? There is a lot more to wiring this up than first appears to the eye, as the ignition switch itself is fairly complex.