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Side Mount Control:
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Manual Part Number: 90-814705R03
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1. Special Information
– Section 1A – Throttle and Shift Cable
2. Standard Single Lever Full Gear Shift Control
– Section 2A – Standard Single Lever Full Gear Shift Remote Control
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– Section 3A – Side Mount Control 76334A10 through A40
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– Section 4E – Commander Two Lever Recessed Console Control
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– Section 4G – Commander 3000 Series
5. Commander 4000/4500 Controls
– Section 5A – Commander 4000 Series Remote Control
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6. Foot Throttle Control
– Section 6A – “Hot Foot” Throttle Controls
7. Chrysler and Force Remote Controls
– Section 7A – Chrysler Remote Controls
– Section 7B – Force Remote Control
8. Jet Drive Control
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2.2 . T i l t Pin Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 2.3 . Tilt-Up and Shallow Water Troll Lever Operation 9 2.4 . Tilt Stop Lever . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 2 5 . Conditions Affecting Operation 10 2-6 . Adjusting Co-Pilot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Section 3 .Propeller Recommendations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1’1 3.1 . Propellers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 3.2 . Propeller Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 3.3 . Installing Propeller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 6 C y l . Models and 4 X y l . Merc 800-650 . . . . . . . . . . . 12 1 Merc 650 ( 3 C y l. 7972) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Merc 5 0 M 8 2 4 0 ( 2 4 3l 1 and 350 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Merc 200-1 10-75-40-39 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 3 4 . How to Remove Propeller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 3 3.5 . Propeller Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Section 4 .Accessories Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 4.1 . Remote Control Attachment (Single Lever) . . . . . . . . . 1 A l l 1966-thru-1972 Models. except Merc 200-110-756040-39 1 Merc 200-1 10-75-60-40-39 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 42 . Dual Motor Installation 1 Section 5 . Fuel Mixture and Fuel System 1 5.1 . Installing Fuel Tank 1 5.2 . Rewmmended Fuel Mixture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1, 5.3 . Correct Fuel Mixing Procedure 5 4. Importance of Consistent Fuel Mixtures 1; Section 6 .Starting and Stopping 1′, 61 . Description .Electric Starting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l! . 8 2 Electric Starting Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I! 6 3 . Emergency Starting Procedure (Elec. Start Models) . . . . 2′ 6 4 . Manual Starting Procedure (Manual Starting Models) . . . 2: 6 5 . Stopping 2. 6-6 . Removing Motor from Boat 2: 4 Section 7 .Opwation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 21 7.1 . Throttle and Shift
Don’ts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Adjustable T i m Tab and Galvanic Corrosion lnhibotor . . 25 Power Trim Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 : 7 How t o Tell Whether Water Pump Is Operating . . . . . . . 2 Cavitation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Shallow Water Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Operation i n Sak Water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
. Fuel System Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28Removing Cowling . . Carburetor Adjustment
8.2 .. 83 . A p p r o x
m a t e . Initial Setting 8 4 . L o w Speed Adjustment . . 8 5 . Servicing Fuel Tank Filter .
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86 . Servicing Motor Fuel Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 .
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Mercury Joystick Piloting for Outboards Manual
Manual for Mercury Joystick Piloting for Outboards Marine Equipment (54 pages)
Joystick Piloting for Outboards File Specifications:
- Manufacturer: Mercury
- Category of Device: Marine Equipment
- Document: Manual , File Type: PDF
- Count of Pages: 54
Mercury Joystick Piloting for Outboards Manual Transcription:
Section 6 – Predelivery (PDI) and Customer Delivery (CDI) Checklists Page 48 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 Predelivery Inspection (PDI) IMPORTANT: This checklist is for packages equipped with joystick piloting. For engine packages not equipped with Joystick Piloting for Ouboard, use the outboard PDI checklist located on the MercNet website. Perform these tasks before the Customer Delivery Inspection (CDI). N/A Check/ Adjust Check Before Running: Service bulletin updates or repairs completed Drain plug installed and drain valves closed Engine mount…
Section 3 – Troubleshooting Page 36 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 Check VesselView First Your VesselView display is the primary information source for the various functions of your boat. Consult the VesselView display if you suspect something is wrong. VesselView displays faults and other information that can be helpful in determining the current status of various systems that could be causing your concern and the solution to the problem. Diagnosing DTS Problems Your author…
Section 1 – Getting to Know the Joystick Piloting for Outboard Page 8 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 2. Detent tension adjustment screw ‑ This screw can be adjusted to increase or decrease the effort to move control handle out of detent positions (cover must be removed). Turning the screw clockwise will increase tension. Adjust to tension desired. a – Detent tension adjustment b – Control handle tension adjustment Joystick Piloting for Outboard—Basic Operation NOTICE The vessel personali…
Section 3 – Troubleshooting 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 Page 37 Symptom Remedy The ERC lever controls the engines, but they do not reach wide‑open throttle. If the engine reaches only 50% of available power, check the dock button on the DTS trackpad. If the light is on, put the handles in neutral and push the button to disengage. Check VesselView to see if cruise control is enabled. Disable cruise control. Check for damage to the propeller, and change the propeller if damage is found. Contact your autho…
Section 2 – On the Water Page 26 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 • For quad‑engine applications, this must be at least one port and one starboard engine (i.e., both outers, both inners, port inner and starboard outer, or port outer and starboard inner). Skyhook will not operate with only the two starboard or the two port engines running. 3. Ensure that the ERC levers are in neutral. 4. Confirm that the area around the boat is clear of swimmers and obstacles. 5. Press the Skyhook button. NOTE: A double horn beep sounds if the Skyhook mode…
Section 2 – On the Water Page 30 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 Track Waypoint ! WARNING Avoid serious injury or death. Inattentive boat operation can result in a collision with other watercraft, obstacles, swimmers, or underwater terrain. The autopilot navigates a preset course, and does not automatically respond to hazards in the vicinity of the boat. The operator must stay at the helm, ready to evade hazards and warn passengers of course changes. Track waypoint allows the boat to automatically navigate to a specific waypoint or sequence of waypoints, called a waypoint route. This feature is in…
Mercury Joystick Piloting for Outboards Section 2 – On the Water 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 Page 29 NOTE: The joystick must move over 50% of its travel for the movement to be recognized as input. A beep will sound. 24707 Adjusting heading to starboard To Resume a Heading The resume light is on if the previous course heading is available to resume. IMPORTANT: The previous heading can only be resumed within four minutes of the auto heading being disengaged by turning the wheel past the detent or if the vessel has been turned no more than 90°. Press the resume button to resume the previous heading, if you turned the steering wheel and disengaged au…
Mercury Joystick Piloting for Outboards Section 1 – Getting to Know the Joystick Piloting for Outboard 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 Page 1 Section 1 – Getting to Know the Joystick Piloting for Outboard Table of Contents Vessel Personality. 2 Features and Controls. 2 Instrumentation. 2 VesselView . 2 SmartCraft Digital Gauges . …
Section 4 – Maintenance 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 Page 39 Section 4 – Maintenance Table of Contents Outboard Care. 40 Anti‑Collision Link Cables and Springs. 40 Fuses. 40 Checking Power Steering Fluid. 40 4 …
Mercury Joystick Piloting for Outboards Section 2 – On the Water Page 34 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 7. If you are not in a previously set waypoint arrival zone, waypoint sequence mode starts auto sequencing to the waypoints in the route. Acknowledge that you understand the information presented in the VesselView pop‑up warning, and press the waypoint sequence button. 51889 8. Stay alert. The boat turns automatically in this mode. You must know if it is safe to turn when the vessel is entering a waypoint arrival zone…
Section 1 – Getting to Know the Joystick Piloting for Outboard 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 Page 11 Function Description Resume Resumes previous auto heading course if the boat’s direction has not been changed 90° or more. NOTE: Moving the steering wheel will always override the autopilot, and the operator will assume control of the vessel. A slight resistance in the wheel gives the operator feedback that he is taking control from the autopilot. Shifting using the electronic remote control (ERC) lever will also disable the autopilot mode. Transporting a Joystick Piloting for…
Section 1 – Getting to Know the Joystick Piloting for Outboard Page 10 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 ! WARNING Avoid serious injury from collision with other boats, running aground, or striking objects in the water. Always maintain a diligent lookout while the boat is operating in any Precision Pilot mode. The Precision Pilot system cannot react to avoid other boats, shallow water, or objects in the water. The autopilot trackpad gives the operator control over the listed features. Autopilot trackpad a – Skyhook b – Turn to port or starboard …
Mercury Joystick Piloting for Outboards Section 2 – On the Water Page 22 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 Helm Transfer Some boats are designed to allow control of the vessel from more than one location. These locations are commonly referred to as helms or stations. Helm transfer is a term used to describe the method of transferring control from one helm (or station) to another helm. ! WARNING Avoid serious injury or death from loss of boat control. The boat operator should never leave the active station while engine is in gear. Helm transfer should only be attempted while both stations are manned. One‑person helm transfer should only be pe…
Section 2 – On the Water Page 16 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 • Be alert. The operator of the boat is responsible by law for maintaining a proper lookout by sight and hearing. The operator must have an unobstructed view particularly to the front. No passengers, load, or fishing seats should block the operator’s view when operating the boat above idle or planing transition speed. Watch out for others, keep your eyes on the water, and be aware of your wake. • Never drive your boat directly behind a water‑skier in case the skier falls. In five second…
Mercury Joystick Piloting for Outboards Section 6 – Predelivery (PDI) and Customer Delivery (CDI) Checklists Page 50 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 N/A Completed Operation of equipment—explain and demonstrate: E‑stop switch / lanyard stop switch operation (all helms) Cause and effect of steering torque or pull; instruct the customer on using a firm steering grip; explain boat spin‑out and how to trim for neutral steering. U.S. Coast Guard capacity plate Proper seating Importance of personal flotation devices (PFDs or life vests) and throwable PFDs (th…
Mercury Joystick Piloting for Outboards Section 2 – On the Water 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 Page 23 • Requesting a helm transfer places the autopilot into standby mode. Any required inputs will need to be re‑entered at the newly active helm. • If engaged, Skyhook will disengage when the transfer button is pressed the second time. If desired, Skyhook must be re‑engaged at the newly active helm. • The resume feature for the auto heading function does not transfer automatically. After engaging the previous auto heading course at the newly active helm, the resume feature works the…
Page ii 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 Section 4 – Maintenance Outboard Care. 40 Anti‑Collision Link Cables and Springs. 40 Fuses. 40 Checking Power Steering Fluid. 40 Section 5 – Customer Assistance Information Service Assistance. 44 Local Repair Service. …
Section 3 – Troubleshooting 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 Page 35 Section 3 – Troubleshooting Table of Contents Check VesselView First. 36 Diagnosing DTS Problems. 36 Engine Guardian System. 36 Troubleshooting Charts. 36 Joystick. …
Section 6 – Predelivery (PDI) and Customer Delivery (CDI) Checklists 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 Page 47 Section 6 – Predelivery (PDI) and Customer Delivery (CDI) Checklists Table of Contents Predelivery Inspection (PDI). 48 Customer Delivery Inspection (CDI). 49 6 …
Mercury Joystick Piloting for Outboards Section 2 – On the Water 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 Page 21 NOTE: The joystick does not have detents. It can be positioned at any of the indicated arrows or anywhere in‑between. a – Forward b – Crab to forward by starboard c – Lateral to starboard d – Crab to reverse by starboard e – Reverse f – Crab to reverse by port g – Lateral to port h – Crab to forward by port i – Port yaw j – Starboard yaw Centering the Engines after Joystick Operation Upon releasing the joystick, the engines will remain in their last command…
Section 2 – On the Water Page 18 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 To disengage dock mode: 1. Bring both ERC levers to any detent or neutral. NOTE: Dock mode disengages only when the levers are moved into a detent. 2. Press DOCK. The dock light turns off. Throttle-Only Mode Moving the joystick whenever the engines are running and the ERC levers are in the neutral position will command the boat to move. Throttle‑only mode should be used to disable the joystick if the captain is not in command at the helm. Placing the ERC in throttle‑only mode will avoid unintended gear engagement. The eng…
Section 5 – Customer Assistance Information Page 44 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 Service Assistance Local Repair Service If you need service for your Mercury‑outboard‑powered boat, take it to your authorized dealer. Only authorized dealers specialize in Mercury products and have factory‑trained mechanics, special tools and equipment, and genuine Quicksilver parts and accessories to properly service your engine. NOTE: Quicksilver parts and accessories are engineered and built by Mercury Marine specifically for your power package. Service Away F…
© 2014 Mercury Marine Joystick Piloting for Outboards 90-8M0093150 514 Welcome You have selected one of the finest outboard products available. It incorporates numerous design features to ensure operating ease and durability. With proper care and maintenance, you will thoroughly enjoy using this product for many boating seasons. To ensure maximum performance and carefree use, we ask that you thoroughly read this manual. This manual is a supplement to the owner’s manual provided with your engine. It provides additional, specific information for using and maintaining the Joystick Piloting for Out…
Section 1 – Getting to Know the Joystick Piloting for Outboard Notes: Page 12 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 …
Section 2 – On the Water 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 Page 25 ! WARNING Skyhook is an automatic system. Use of this system does not relieve the operator of the responsibility to remain at the helm and keep watch for changing conditions. The presence of swimmers or other vessels, or if Skyhook becomes disengaged, will require the operator to assume manual control of the vessel. Important Safety Considerations Activities in the water near the vessel while Skyhook is engaged may result in injury. The operator should read and observe the warnin…
Section 6 – Predelivery (PDI) and Customer Delivery (CDI) Checklists 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 Page 49 N/A Check/ Adjust On‑the‑Water Test: Neutral start safety switch operation Lanyard stop switch operation (all helms) Operation of instruments Fuel, oil, and water leaks Ignition timing Forward, neutral, and reverse gear operation Steering operation throughout range Acceleration from idle RPM is normal WOT________ RPM…
Section 1 – Getting to Know the Joystick Piloting for Outboard 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 Page 9 Engine Guardian monitors: • Oil pressure • Coolant temperature • Water pressure • Engine overspeed • Battery voltage Should Engine Guardian engage on your vessel, the SmartCraft instrumentation will display the information and advise you to reduce throttle, if necessary. Engine Guardian may also reduce the engine speed if the situation requires it. To avoid a possible recurrence of the problem you should …
Section 1 – Getting to Know the Joystick Piloting for Outboard Page 6 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 4. Remove the three M5 screws securing the side cover. 41347 Location of side cover screws 5. Remove the side cover. 6. For adjustment, temporarily install the handle, washer and screw. Finger‑tighten the screw. 7. To adjust the ERC handle detent tension: a. Turn the adjustment screw clockwise to increase tension on the control handle and counter‑clockwise to decrease tension. b. Adjust to the desired tension. 8. To adjust ERC handle tension: a. Turn the adjustment screw…
Section 1 – Getting to Know the Joystick Piloting for Outboard Page 4 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 Dual‑Handle Electronic Remote Control (ERC)—Operation and Adjustment Operation The electronic remote control (ERC) handle controls the shift and throttle operation. Push the control handle forward from neutral to the first detent for forward gear. Continue pushing the handle forward to increase speed. Pull the control handle from the forward position to the neutral position to decrease speed and eventually stop. Pull the contr…
Section 2 – On the Water Page 24 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 Autopilot Trackpad Lights The autopilot trackpad includes lights to indicate when an autopilot mode is active (engaged) or in standby (disengaged). If the standby light is illuminated, then the autopilot is disengaged (off). If the active light is illuminated, then the autopilot is engaged (on). Pressing the button for auto heading, track waypoint, or Skyhook will engage that mode, turning on both its respective light and the active light. N…
Section 1 – Getting to Know the Joystick Piloting for Outboard 90-8M0093150 eng MAY 2014 Page 3 • Engine operating hours SmartCraft tachometer and speedometer a – Tachometer b – Speedometer c – LCD display The SmartCraft instrument package also aids in identifying the fault codes associated with the engine audio warning system. The SmartCraft instrument package displays critical engine alarm data and other potential problems on its LCD display. For basic operation information on the SmartCraft instrument package and for details on the warning functions monitored by the …
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