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    Engine Removal - how to remove electrical wires

    I need to remove my engine from a Yamaha Exciter 270 (65U engine). How do I remove the electrical connnections from the front of the engine? I do not see any disconnects.. thanks
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    Follow the looms back. Im sure they are there. They may be a foot or two back.

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    or am I supposed to remove the fly wheel cover?

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    I followed them all the way back to the electrical box. no disconnects

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    porschemaniac's Avatar
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    The yamaha's usually have a plug in on the wires coming out of the stator - us usually a couple feet back. If your boat doesn't have one then they unplug inside the electrical box.

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    Yamaha artisan Cutlass's Avatar
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    You unplug it in the electrical box. Look at pictures of 65U stators on google images or eBay. You'll get the idea

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    Tarpon Springs FL
    I just take the front cover off and leave it in the hull.

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