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  • Yamaha ignition panel identification

    I recently bought a 2006 pontoon boat with a Yamaha 115 outboard and a Yamaha ignition panel near the throttle. The ignition switch is in sad shape and I'd like to replace it or the entire ignition panel. It resembles the one in the photo below. My question is how to identify the old part and, more importantly, how to select the correct replacement part? In other words, was this a standard part across a long period of time, or do I have to be very careful to get exactly the right part for my engine? ... If it helps, there are two electrical connectors - a round one with 8 wires and a rectangular one with 4 wires.

  • #2
    Use the Yamaha parts catalog. That is what it is there for.

    www.yamahaoutboards.com

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    • #3
      Originally posted by boscoe99 View Post
      Use the Yamaha parts catalog. That is what it is there for.

      www.yamahaoutboards.com
      I don't suppose you'd be willing to tell me which of the countless links on that website, none of which are labeled "parts catalog" you are referring to.

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      • #4
        Click on the "maintenance" button (presumption being that you are wanting to perform maintenance)

        Click on the "outboard parts" button (presumption being that you are wanting to view/buy an outboard part)
        Step 1 select "outboard" (presumption being you are working on an outboard motor)
        Step 2 select "rigging parts" )presumption being you are talking about a rigging component)
        Step 3 select "rigging and parts for 2006 models" (presumption being you have a circa 2006 rigging part)
        Step 4 select "rigging 2006" (presumption being you have a circa 2006 rigting part)
        Step 5 select "electrical switch panel single"

        An exploded view illustration will show up for your switch panel. The part number of the complete panel and the component parts will be shown.

        You are welcome.

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        • #5
          Buy the part number shown. If the part has been upgraded, and the latest part number is a form/fit/function replacement for the original part, you will be provided with the latest and greatest part number.

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          • #6
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            Thank you. That was very helpful. Yamaha's website designer should hire you.

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