Yamaha F225D Instruction manual

YAMAHA DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM
VERSION 2.00
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
6CL-2819U-10
Preface
Preface
This Instruction Manual, written for use by Yamaha outboard motor and watercraft dealers, contains information on using the YAMAHA Diagnostic
System software and diagnosing problems in an outboard motor or watercraft.
This manual contains information to be used together with basic servicing procedures, and therefore requires that the person performing these
procedures have a basic maintenance knowledge and technical skills of outboard motors or watercraft.
See the applicable outboard motor or watercraft service manual for detailed service and maintenance information.
The information included may be subject to change for improvement.
Trademark Acknowledgments
IBM is a registered trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.
Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
All other brand or product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies or organizations.
YAMAHA DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM
VERSION 2.00
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
© 2011 Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd.
1st Edition, August 2011
All rights reserved.
Any reprinting or unauthorized use
without the written permission of
Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd.
is expressly prohibited.
Important Information
Important Information
Particularly important information is distinguished in this manual by the following notations:
 The Safety Alert Symbol means ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!
A WARNING indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
A NOTICE indicates special precautions that must be taken to avoid damages to the outboard motor, watercraft, or other property.
A TIP provides key information to make procedures easier or clearer.
Outboard Motors
Outboard Motors
Abbreviation
The following abbreviations are used in this Instruction Manual and on the YAMAHA Diagnostic System screen.
While not included in this table, some names displayed on the YAMAHA Diagnostic System screen have a restriction on the numbers of characters,
and are therefore abbreviated.
Abbreviation
Abbreviation
APS
C
Description
Abbreviation
Description
Abbreviation
Accelerator Position Sensor
ISC
Idle Speed Control
Center
LPS
Lever Position Sensor
ECM
Electronic Control Module
ETV
Electronic Throttle Valve
N
OCV
S
Neutral
SPS
STBD
Description
Starboard side
Shift Position Sensor
Starboard side
Oil Control Valve
TPS
Throttle Position Sensor
EX
Exhaust
P
Port side
VCT
Variable Camshaft Timing
F
Forward
PORT
Port side
YDIS
YAMAHA Diagnostic System
IDM
IN
Ionic current Detection Module
PTT
R
Intake
Power Trim and Tilt
R/C
Reverse
Product names for each market
The following names are used in each market.
Meter names for each market
North America
Worldwide
6Y8 Meter
Command Link Multifunction Meter
6Y8 Multifunction Meter
6Y9 Color Gauge
Command Link Plus Multifunction Color Gauge
6Y9 Multifunction Color Gauge
6Y8 Meter system
Command Link
Digital Network (6Y8 Meter)
6Y9 Color Gauge system Command Link Plus
Digital Network (6Y9 Color Gauge)
Remote Control (Digital
Electronic Control)
Contents
Contents
Introduction...................................................................................................1
1. Features............................................................................................ 1
1-1. Functions by data transmission type.................................................. 2
1-2. Transmission Method......................................................................... 4
■■ CAN-Line.................................................................................... 4
■■ K-Line......................................................................................... 6
1-3. Newly added functions....................................................................... 7
■■ Input Setting................................................................................ 7
■■ Logging. ..................................................................................... 8
■■ CAN Information. .......................................................................11
2. Compositions of the tool.................................................................. 12
3. Hardware requirements................................................................... 13
4. Compatible models.......................................................................... 15
5. Languages...................................................................................... 16
Installation...................................................................................................17
1. Before installation............................................................................ 17
2. Installing the YAMAHA Diagnostic System........................................ 18
Connecting the computer to the outboard motor....................................25
1. Basic connections...........................................................................26
2. When logging..................................................................................27
3. When viewing input values using external devices............................28
Starting the YAMAHA Diagnostic System.................................................30
Quitting the YAMAHA Diagnostic System.................................................31
Screen specifications.................................................................................32
1. Standard screen..............................................................................32
1-1.
1-2.
1-3.
1-4.
Title area......................................................................................... 32
Status area..................................................................................... 33
Main area........................................................................................ 33
Button area..................................................................................... 34
2. Sub screen......................................................................................34
Common operations...................................................................................35
1. Selecting the display items...............................................................35
1-1. Display items................................................................................... 35
1-2. Display order................................................................................... 37
2. Setting the graph properties.............................................................38
2-1. Display range.................................................................................. 39
2-2. Display colors...................................................................................41
3. Saving data.....................................................................................44
3-1. Data save....................................................................................... 44
3-2. Data export..................................................................................... 45
4. System Info. button..........................................................................46
5. Message button...............................................................................47
6. Select Eng. button...........................................................................47
7. Back button.....................................................................................49
Update..........................................................................................................50
Setting..........................................................................................................52
Engine..........................................................................................................53
1. Diagnosis........................................................................................53
1-1. Diagnosis........................................................................................ 55
1-2. Diagnosis Record............................................................................ 57
■■ Deleting diagnosis record in the ECM. ....................................... 59
1-3. Engine Record................................................................................ 60
1-4. Engine operating hours.................................................................... 62
2. Engine Monitor................................................................................63
2-1. Digital Display.................................................................................. 64
2-2. Graph Display.................................................................................. 65
■■ Saving graph data..................................................................... 66
2-3. Input Setting.................................................................................... 68
3. Component Test..............................................................................70
3-1. Stationary Test................................................................................ 70
■■ Ignition coil activation test.......................................................... 72
■■ Injector activation test................................................................ 74
■■ Electric fuel pump activation test................................................ 75
■■ Low-pressure fuel pump activation test...................................... 76
■■ Oil plunger pump activation test................................................. 77
■■ ISC valve activation test............................................................ 79
■■ OCV activation test................................................................... 80
3-2. Active Test.......................................................................................81
■■ Cylinder drop test...................................................................... 82
■■ Fully open ISC valve test........................................................... 83
■■ Fixed ISC valve opening angle test............................................ 84
Contents
4. Data Logger....................................................................................85
4-1. Logger graph................................................................................... 85
4-2. ECM Record graph.......................................................................... 87
4-3. Logging............................................................................................91
■■ Clearing data from the adapter.................................................. 92
■■ Record Setting.......................................................................... 93
■■ Displaying data in a graph. ........................................................ 96
Boat System................................................................................................97
1. Tilt limiter.........................................................................................98
■■ Setting the tilt limiter.................................................................. 98
■■ Resetting the tilt limiter setting. .................................................100
2. Digital Electronic Control System................................................... 103
■■ Resetting the Digital Electronic Control System.........................103
Maintenance..............................................................................................105
1. Record of engine oil change.......................................................... 105
CAN Information........................................................................................107
1. Communication List....................................................................... 107
2. Bus Statistics.................................................................................111
Off-line........................................................................................................113
Appendix....................................................................................................115
1. Setting the desktop area................................................................ 115
2. Uninstalling the YAMAHA Diagnostic System.................................. 117
3. Troubleshooting............................................................................. 118
Functions by model (Outboard motor)....................................................119
Introduction
Introduction
The YAMAHA Diagnostic System uses precision fault diagnosis to offer better serviceability at a time when there is increasing demand for service tools
for electronically controlled products. It provides quick, reliable, safe, and reasonable service, and is intended to obtain customer satisfaction. The
YAMAHA Diagnostic System features updated software and expanded tool functions that allow it to respond to new models and technologies,
maintaining compatibility with regulations.
111 Features
YAMAHA Diagnostic System Version 2.00 covers most of the functions of the Version 1 series. (Not interchangeable)
The CAN-Line transmission method has been added to the conventional transmission method (K-Line), and this enables diagnosis of multiple engines.
New functions of Input Settings, Logging, and CAN Information have been added.
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11111 Functions by data transmission type
Composition and function-specific characteristics of YAMAHA Diagnostic System Version 2.00 are as per the list below.
Menu
Primary Function
What You Can Do
Transmission Method
CAN-Line
Top Menu
Start
Main
Menu
Engine
2nd-level
Menu
6Y9
Color
Gauge
hub
6Y8
Meter
hub
YES(*1)
—
YES
YES(*1)
—
YES
Check the engine trouble
history.
YES(*1)
—
YES
Engine
Displays operating hours by RPM.
operating
hours by RPM
Check the history of
engine usage.
YES(*1)
—
YES
Digital Display Displays ECM data numerically.
Check the current
operating state of the
engine.
YES(*1)
—
YES
YES(*1)
—
YES
Settings to display data from connected View data from external
external devices on YDIS screen.
devices on YDIS.
YES
—
YES
Component Stationery
Test
Test
Performs an operational test of each
component with the engine stopped.
YES
—
YES
Active Test
Performs an operational test of each
component with the engine running.
YES
—
YES
Diagnosis
Engine
Monitor
3rd-level
Menu
Comparison
K-Line to Version
1.33
Diagnosis
Displays results of current fault
diagnosis.
Diagnosis
Record
Displays a history of fault diagnosis
recorded in the ECM.
Engine
Record
Displays the engine state recorded in
the ECM.
Identify abnormalities.
Graph Display Displays ECM data in graph form.
Input Setting
(*1) Items that enable diagnosis for multiple engines.
2
Check functioning of each
component.
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Introduction
Menu
Primary Function
What You Can Do
Transmission Method
CAN-Line
Top Menu
Start
Main
Menu
Engine
Boat
System
2nd-level
Menu
Data
Logger
3rd-level
Menu
6Y9
Color
Gauge
hub
6Y8
Meter
hub
Comparison
K-Line to Version
1.33
Record Set
Displays a graph of past data recorded Check the past operating
in the ECM.
state of the engine.
YES
—
YES
Show Data
Displays a graph of data recorded
before and after troubles.
YES
—
YES
Logging
Displays a graph of data recorded on
the adapter.
YES
—
YES
YES
—
YES
YES
—
YES
Tilt Limiter
Sets the tilt angle when the outboard
motor is tilted up.
R/C System Reset
Returns connection between the
outboard motor and the Digital
Electronic Control to default settings.
Maintenance Engine oil change record
Configure systems.
Records oil change history.
Manage oil change history.
YES
—
YES
Update
Update database.
Update database.
YES
—
YES
Setting
Sets the language and units displayed
on YDIS screen.
Switch screen displays.
YES
—
YES(*2)
Off Line
Displays data saved on the computer,
when the ECM is disconnected.
Check data saved
on computer without
connecting to ECM
YES
—
YES
CAN
Communication List
Information
Displays quality of CAN system device
connection and transmission.
Distinguish the type of
device connected.
YES
YES
—
YES
YES
—
Bus Statistics
Displays the transmission load ratio for Check whether devices
the CAN system.
are connected correctly.
(*2) When connected via K-Line, you cannot select display units.
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New
New
New
Introduction
11111 Transmission Method
Two transmission methods have been added to YAMAHA Diagnostic System Version 2.00. The CAN-Line in which the transmission harness is
connected to a hub, and the K-Line, in which a transmission harness is connected to the outboard motor, which is the same as in the YAMAHA
Diagnostic System Version 1 series.
■■ CAN-Line
There are two types of CAN-Line, the 6Y9 Color Gauge system, and the 6Y8 Meter system.
By being connected to a computer using a hub, this enables operation of the YAMAHA Diagnostic System from near the driver’s seat, preventing
moisture damage to the computer and peripherals.
The 6Y9 Color Gauge system enables display of results of diagnosis for multiple engines.
The 6Y8 meter system can use only CAN Information functions.
6Y9 Color Gauge system
a
b
f
e
g
c
d
a Computer
b Adapter
e 6Y9 Color Gauge
f Y-COP
c Outboard motor
d Hub
g Digital Electronic Control
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6Y8 Meter system
a
b
e
f
e
c
d
a Computer
b Adapter
d Hub
e 6Y8 Meter
c Outboard motor
f Y-COP
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■■K-Line
K-Line connections can use functions other than CAN Information and unit selection in the Setting. As previously, this connects the coupler on the
outboard motor to the computer, and performs diagnostics for individual engines.
a
b
c
a Computer
b Adapter
c Outboard motor
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11111 Newly added functions
■■ Input Setting
Connect external devices such as A/F and fuel pressure sensors, and specify equipment names and units to enable display on the Engine Monitor and
logging of these values.
This can convert voltage values input from external devices to arbitrary values, and input these as 4ch. Channels 1–3 support input voltage of 0–5 V,
and channel 4 supports input voltage of 0–20 V.
Please use commercially-available external devices.
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■■Logging
With the YAMAHA Diagnostic System Version 2.00, you can record data in the adapter. After configuring recording properties in the adapter while the
computer and engine are connected, removing the USB cable from the adapter records data in the adapter. These data can be displayed in graph form
on the YAMAHA Diagnostic System monitor.
With this system, the computer and engine are not connected during logging. Accordingly, because operating conditions can be recorded by placing
the adapter inside the cowling, it will be easier to reproduce trouble conditions, and to investigate the causes of any faults.
•• Removing the USB cable connected to the computer from the adapter starts recording. Connecting the USB cable to the adapter stops recording.
•• Recording normal data (while in default condition) enables comparison with fault data, and makes it easier to investigate causes of faults.
•• In the future, addition of the function by which logging can be stopped through use of the trigger switch harness and switch extension harness is
expected.
Conceptual diagram of Logging
a
d
b
e
b
c
b
c
f
a Disconnect the USB cable from the adapter.
b Recording (engine speed: 500r/min or more)
d Connect the USB cable to the adapter.
e Fault occurs.
c Stop recording (engine speed: less than 500r/min) f Adapter recording status
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•• The adapter is able to record data in 1.6 MB of memory under preconfigured conditions.
•• The green LED on the adapter indicates the power status. The red LED indicates it is recording.
•• During operation, the adapter is supplied power from the engine. If the engine is stopped while the adapter is recording, then the rechargeable
battery within the adapter will perform a backup. (Guaranteed for 48 hours with the battery charged for an hour)
•• If the internal battery becomes depleted, recorded data will be deleted. Accordingly, before this happens save the data or connect the adapter to
the engine and recharge the battery.
•• During logging, ensure the waterproof cap is on the USB cable port.
d
c
a
a Red LED
b Green LED
b
c Waterproof cap
d USB cable
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Adapter LED lighting patterns
LED Status
Adapter Status
(Normal logging condition)
Description
Green LED
Red LED
□□□□□□□□
(OFF)
□□□□□□□□
(OFF)
Normal
Power OFF
The adapter is not being supplied with power.
■■■■■■■■
(ON)
■■■■■■■■
(ON)
Normal
Normal logging not set
Data recording completed
Connected to computer
If normal logging is not being used, if recording is
completed, or if connected to the computer.
■■■■■■■■
(ON)
■■□□■■□□
(0.5 sec. ON, 0.5 sec. OFF)
Normal
Recording data
If engine speed is 500 r/min or more, and communication
established with the ECM.
■■■■■■■■
(ON)
■■■■□□□□
(1 sec. ON, 1 sec. OFF)
Normal
Stopping data recording
If engine speed is less than 500 r/min, and
communication established with the ECM.
■■■■■■■■
(ON)
■■□□■■□□
(0.05 sec. ON, 0.05 sec. OFF)
llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll
Abnormal Transmission error
(0.05 sec. ON, 0.05 sec. OFF)
□□□□□□□□
(OFF)
Abnormal Adapter firmware (internal
software) abnormality
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If communications cannot be established with the ECM.
Cause:
The engine power is OFF.
The transmission harness or USB cable is disconnected.
Connected to a different engine to that set for recording.
Recording set to use a K-Line, but a CAN-Line is
connected.
Recording set to use a CAN-Line, but a K-Line is
connected.
Response:
Check the harness, cables, and other connections.
Error in updating the adapter firmware (internal software).
Cause:
Data erased, or a USB cable removed while setting
recorded values, etc.
Response:
Close YAMAHA Diagnostic System, check connections,
then restart.
Introduction
■■ CAN Information
CAN Information has two functions; Communication List and Bus Statistics.
With the Communication List, you can know whether or not a device is correctly connected.
If the device is correctly connected, then detailed device information will be displayed.
Bus Statistics displays the status of CAN bus devices correctly connected, and the bus load rates.
a
c
a
b
c
d
d
b
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222 Compositions of the tool
YAMAHA Diagnostic System Version 2.00 is made up of 10 components.
h
a
e
b
i
f
c
d
g
j
a CD-ROM (software + Instruction Manual) f K-Line harness
b Adapter
g AD harness (for external input)
c Adapter cap
h Power supply harness
d USB cable(5 m)
e CAN-Line harness
i Trigger switch harness
j Trigger switch extension harness
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Introduction
333 Hardware requirements
It is recommended that the computer upon which this software will be installed meets the following conditions.
PC:
IBM PC/AT compatible PC with a Microsoft Windows Operating System.
Operating system:
Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP3 (32 bit), Windows Vista Business SP2 (32 bit), Windows 7 Professional SP1(32 bit/64 bit)
CPU:
Windows XP: Pentium, 1 GHz or higher
Windows Vista: Intel processor, 1.6 GHz or higher
Windows 7 (32 bit): 1.6 GHz or higher 32-bit (x 86) processor
Windows 7 (64 bit): 1.6 GHz or higher 64-bit (x 64) processor
Memory:
Windows XP: 512 MB or more
Windows Vista: 1 GB or more
Windows 7 (32 bit): 1 GB or more
Windows 7 (64 bit): 2 GB or more
Hard disk free space:
Windows XP: 1.5 GB or more
Windows Vista: 15 GB or more
Windows 7 (32 bit): 16 GB or more
Windows 7 (64 bit): 20 GB or more
Drive:
CD or DVD-capable drive
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Display:
XGA (1024 x 768 pixels) or more, 16.7 million or more colors
Input devices:
Mouse, keyboard, and touch panel that are compatible with the operating systems mentioned above
Communication port:
USB port (USB 2.0 or 1.1)
Printer:
Compatible with the operating systems mentioned above
•• Operating speed may drop, depending on your computer.
•• The amount of memory and hard disk space may differ depending on your system environment. Using this system when there is little hard disk
space available may cause memory shortages and other troubles.
•• Some functions may not operate correctly even when used on computers using one of the compatible operating systems due to limitations
applied by a computer manufacturer.
•• Use a small font as a system font.
•• Before starting YAMAHA Diagnostic System every first time after turning on the computer, quit any other applications that are running.
•• Do not use the screen saver, power saving, or stand-by function.
Communication may be cut off and YAMAHA Diagnostic System reset may be required.
•• Only one device (one computer to one adapter) can be tested, even when multiple adapters are connected to multiple USB ports on the
computer.
•• Be sure to end this program if the login user is changed.
•• Do not use a USB hub.
•• Starting this software base may cause the adapter firmware to update.
•• Do not change the screen size when using this software.
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444 Compatible models
This software is compatible with the following models:
North American models
Engine type
Model name
3
(L)Z150, VZ150, Z175, VZ175, (L)Z200
2596 cm
HPDI
3342 cm3 VZ200, VZ225, (L)Z250, VZ250, (L)Z300, VZ300
L3
L4
L4
L4
L4
V6
V6 Bass
V6
V8
747 cm
C
1741 cm3 (L)F115
F75, F90
3
F50, T50, F60, T60, F70
1596 cm
996 cm
B
F40 (EFI models)
3
–’00
D
’01–
E
E
2670 cm3 (L)F150A
3
3352 cm
Model group (*1)
A
HPDI
3
Model year
F
(L)F200, (L)F225
G
(L)F200, F225TLR, (L)F250 (ETV models)
H
(L)F250B (Digital Electronic Control)
I
3
VF200, VF225, VF250
J
3
(L)F225, (L)F250, (L)F300
4169 cm
4169 cm
K
5330 cm3 (L)F300, (L)F350
(*1) For details of each model group, see “Functions by model (Outboard motor)”
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Worldwide models
Engine type
HPDI
HPDI
L3
L4
L4
L4
L4
Model name
Model year
2596 cm3 (L)Z150P, Z150Q, Z175G, Z175H, (L)Z200N, Z200P, Z200Q
3
3342 cm
747 cm3
B
F30B, F40F
C
F40D, F40G
E
3
F75B, F75C, F80B, F80C, F90B, F100D
3
F50F, FT50G, F60C, FT60D, F70A
996 cm
A
Z200R, Z225H, Z240A, Z240B, (L)Z250D, Z250F, (L)Z300A, Z300B
1741 cm3 F(L)115A
1596 cm
–’00
D
’01–
E
E
2670 cm3 F(L)150A , F(L)150B
3
Model group (*1)
F
F(L)200A, F(L)200B, F(L)225A
G
F(L)200C, F(L)225B, F225C, F(L)250A, F(L)250G
H
V6
3352 cm
V6 Bass
4169 cm3 F200D, F225D, F225G, F250C, F250F, F275A
J
V6
4169 cm3 F(L)225F, F(L)250D, F(L)300B
K
V8
5330 cm3 F(L)300A, F(L)350
F(L)250B
I
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L
’11MY
M
(*1) For details of each model group, see “Functions by model (Outboard motor)”
Previously sold models that are compatible with the YAMAHA Diagnostic System can also be used with Version 2.00.
555 Languages
This software supports the following languages:
English, French, Spanish, and Japanese
Blank spaces are left so that other languages can be added as it becomes necessary in the future.
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Installation
Installation
This section provides information on installing the YAMAHA Diagnostic System on your computer.
This explanation assumes that you are installing in a Windows 7 environment. Where necessary, screenshots from Windows XP or Windows Vista will
be used.
111 Before installation
To use the YAMAHA Diagnostic System, the required component and device drivers must be installed at the same time as the Diagnostic System.
These will be installed automatically by the installer. Required components: [. NET Framework 3.5 SP1] or later, [Windows Installer3.1] or later.
The required components are pre-installed in Windows 7.
Before installing the YAMAHA Diagnostic System, make sure that your computer meets the specified requirements.
For detailed information on the system requirements, see “Hardware requirements.”
Start installation without the adapter connected to the computer, and then connect the adapter to the computer when installing the device drivers.
It is strongly recommended that you quit all other programs before running the installer.
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222 Installing the YAMAHA Diagnostic System
Install in the following order: Install required components  Install YAMAHA Diagnostic System
e Install device drivers
For Windows 7, the required components are already installed, so begin by installing
the YAMAHA Diagnostic System.
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222
333
444
555
Turn on your computer.
Insert the YAMAHA Diagnostic System CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive of the
computer.
Double-click the Computer (My Computer) icon, and then the CD-ROM drive
icon to start up the installer.
If installing on a 32-bit OS, double-click the folder labeled [32bitEdition].
If installing on a 64-bit OS, double-click the folder labeled [64bitEdition].
Double-click the [setup] icon.
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777
The installer will automatically install the required components if they are not
installed. If these components are already installed, proceed to step 8.
The License agreement screen will appear. If you accept the terms of the
agreement, click [Accept] to continue.
•• If a dialog box prompting you to restart the computer appears, click [Yes] to
restart the computer.
•• If you are using Windows Vista and the User Account Control dialog box
appears, click [Continue] to continue.
•• In the following cases, an error message will appear and the installation will be
canceled.
• When attempting to install the 32-bit version on a 64-bit version of Windows 7.
• When attempting to install the 64-bit version on a 32-bit version of Windows XP,
Windows Vista, or Windows 7.
888
The YAMAHA DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM2 Setup Wizard appears. Click [Next] to
continue.
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Installation
999
The Customer Information window appears. Enter the Name, Organization,
and Install key number, and then click [Next].
•• Entering the wrong Install key number will cause an error message to appear
and cancel the installation.
•• The Install key number is printed on the back page of the CD-ROM booklet.
1111The Confirm Installation window appears. Click [Next] to start the installation
process.
1111If you are using Windows Vista or Windows 7 and the User Account Control
dialog box appears, click [Yes] to continue.
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Installation
1111After the installation is completed, the Installation Complete dialog box
appears. Click [Close] to quit the installation program.
1111The installer will automatically detect if device driver installation is required.
If you need to install the device driver, the Device Driver Installation Wizard
will appear. Click [Next] to continue.
1111The installation confirmation dialog box appears. Click [Install] to start the driver
installation.
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Windows XP
If you are using Windows XP, click [Continue Anyway].
1111The Completing the Device Driver Installation Wizard appears. Click [Finish]
to close the wizard.
The installation has not been completed yet.
1111Connect the adapter to the computer using the USB cable. For connection
procedures, see “Connecting the computer to the outboard motor.”
1111For Windows Vista or Windows 7, the device driver will be installed automatically.
Once the device driver installation has been completed, you will see a message
on the Windows task bar.
For Windows Vista or Windows 7, the YAMAHA Diagnostic System installation has
been completed.
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1111For Windows XP, the Found New Hardware Wizard appears. Select “No, not
this time” and click [Next] to continue.
1111Select “Install the software automatically [Recommended]” and click [Next].
2222The installation confirmation dialog box appears. Click [Continue Anyway] to
continue.
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Installation
2222Once the installation has been completed, the Completing the Found New
Hardware Wizard dialog box appears. Click [Finish] to close the wizard.
Make sure to use the same USB port as the one used during the device driver
installation. Otherwise, the USB port will not recognize the YAMAHA Diagnostic
System.
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Connecting the computer to the outboard motor
Connecting the computer to the outboard motor
Connect the computer to the hub or outboard motor.
•• Before starting the YAMAHA Diagnostic System every first time after turning on the computer, quit any other applications that are running.
•• When connecting, ensure you use the included cables or harness.
•• When connecting via K-Line, see the corresponding service manual for information on how to connect.
•• When you finish all YDIS operations, remove the adapter harness plug from the hub (CAN-Line) or engine connector (K-Line) and reinstall the
protective cap.
•• If using the adapter, make sure that you have installed the device driver.
•• Check that all electrical connections are secure and free from corrosion, and that the battery is fully charged.
•• When not connecting an AD harness (for external input) to the adapter, then replace the adapter cap to prevent water from entering.
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Connecting the computer to the outboard motor
111 Basic connections
111
222
Connect the adapter to your computer using the included USB cable.
When connecting via CAN-Line, connect the adapter to the hub using a CAN-Line harness. When connecting via K-Line, connect the adapter to
the outboard motor using a K-Line harness.
K-Line
CAN-Line
d
a
c
a
b
d
e
c
b
e
f
f
a Computer
b USB cable
d Adapter cap
e CAN-Line harness
a Computer
b USB cable
d Adapter cap
e K-Line harness
c Adapter
f Hub
c Adapter
f Outboard motor
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Connecting the computer to the outboard motor
222 When logging
111
222
Connect the adapter to your computer using the included USB cable.
When connecting via CAN-Line, connect the adapter to the hub using a CAN-Line harness. When connecting via K-Line, connect the adapter to
the outboard motor using a K-Line harness.
Use of the trigger switch harness and the trigger switch extension harness will be possible when the function to stop logging is added.
CAN-Line
K-Line
a
a
d
d
c
c
b
h
b
e
g
h
f
e
g
f
a Computer
b USB cable
e CAN-Line harness
f Hub
a Computer
b USB cable
e K-Line harness
f Outboard motor
c Adapter
d Adapter cap
g Trigger switch harness
h Trigger switch extension harness
c Adapter
d Adapter cap
g Trigger switch extension harness
h Trigger switch harness
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Connecting the computer to the outboard motor
333 When viewing input values using external devices
111
Connect the external device to the outboard motor.
222
Connect the adapter to your computer using the included USB cable.
333
When connecting via CAN-Line, connect the adapter to the hub using a CAN-Line harness. When connecting via K-Line, connect the adapter to
the outboard motor using a K-Line harness.
444
Connect the adapter to the AD harness.
555
Connect the external device to the AD harness.
666
If CAN-Line, connect the external device to a 12 V power supply, and if K-Line, connect the external device to the K-Line harness using the
power supply harness.
K-Line
CAN-Line
a
d
d
a
c
b
b
e
c
h
e
f
g
g
f
h
a Computer
b USB cable
e CAN-Line harness
f Hub
a Computer
b USB cable
e K-Line harness
f Outboard motor
c Adapter
d AD harness
g External device
h Battery
c Adapter
d AD harness
g External device
h Power supply harness
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Connecting the computer to the outboard motor
This shows connection examples for devices such as A/F and fuel pressure sensors.
e
b
a
d
f
c
a Adapter
b AD harness
d Outboard motor
e External device
c K-Line harness
f Power supply harness
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Starting the YAMAHA Diagnostic System
Starting the YAMAHA Diagnostic System
111
Turn the engine start switch to ON.
222
Turn on your computer.
333
Click the [Start] button on the Windows task bar, point to Programs or All
Programs, and then click YAMAHA DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM2.
444
The YAMAHA Diagnostic System top screen is displayed.
555
Click the outboard motor icon or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
666
The Top Menu screen is displayed.
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Quitting the YAMAHA Diagnostic System
Quitting the YAMAHA Diagnostic System
111
Click the [×] button.
222
A confirmation message appears.
333
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to cancel the
quit command.
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Screen specifications
Screen specifications
This explains YAMAHA Diagnostic System screen specifications.
111 Standard screen
This comprises four areas; the title area, the status area, the main area, and the button
area.
a
b
c
d
a Title area
b Status area
c Main area
d Button area
11111 Title area
This shows the current structure.
From left, these are Main menu  1st-level menu  2nd-level menu  3rd-level
menu  4th-level menu.
a
b
c
d
a
b
c
d
a 1st-level menu c 3rd -level menu
b 2nd-level menu d 4th-level menu
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Screen specifications
11111 Status area
This shows the communications status between the YAMAHA Diagnostic System and
the outboard motor.
a
b
c
a Offline: The icon is gray.
b Communicating: The icon is blue, with a turning
white border.
c Communications error: The icon is blue, overlaid
by a flashing red ×.
11111 Main area
Each of these functions displays menu structure, buttons, keys, parameter values, and
messages.
Select the buttons in the main area by either clicking a button or pressing arrow keys
on your keyboard. Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard
to confirm.
a
b
c
a Button not selected: embossed blue border
b Button selected: embossed orange border
c Command has been executed: engraved orange
border
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Screen specifications
11111 Button area
This has seven buttons, and these are assigned from the left to F1–F5 on the
computer keyboard.
Either click these, or use the assigned function keys on the computer keyboard to
operate.
222 Sub screen
This displays confirmation of operations, designations of actions, and error messages
within the Main screen area.
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Common operations
Common operations
111 Selecting the display items
You can select display items or change the display order on the digital and graph
displays.
111
Display the Digital Display screen or Graph Display screen.
222
Click the [Select Item] button or press the [F1] key on your keyboard.
11111 Display items
You can hide the items that you do not wish to display on the Engine Monitor screen.
111
222
The Select Item window appears.
Select an item that you do not wish to display by either clicking it or pressing the
up or down arrow keys on your keyboard.
At initialization, all items are displayed.
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Common operations
333
Press the space bar to change displayed items to undisplayed items.
444
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
•• Click the [>] button or press the space bar to change undisplayed items to
displayed items again.
•• The item added to the displayed items will appear at the bottom of the list.
•• Click the [<<] button to move all displayed items to undisplayed items.
•• Click the [>>] button to move all undisplayed items to displayed items.
•• Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to cancel the
selection.
555
The item is not displayed on the screen.
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Common operations
11111 Display order
You can change the display order of the items.
111
222
333
444
Display the Select Item window.
Select an item for which you wish to change the display order by either clicking it
or pressing the up or down arrow keys on your keyboard.
Click the [Down] button to move the selected item downward, and click the [Up]
button to move upward.
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to return to the
previous state.
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Common operations
555
The display order of the items on the screen has been changed.
222 Setting the graph properties
You can change the value and color for the graph displayed on the Graph Display.
111
Display the Graph Display screen.
222
Click the [Property] button or press the [F2] key on your keyboard.
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Common operations
22222 Display range
You can change the display range for the X and Y axis.
111
Display the Graph Property window.
222
Set the width for the X axis using the slider in the Graph Property window.
Select from 4 widths: 10 sec, 60 sec, 300 sec, 600 sec
333
Click the [Y Range Setting] button in the Graph Property window.
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Common operations
444
555
The Graph Range window appears.
Select the item that you wish to change the Y axis width setting for by either
clicking it or pressing the up or down arrow keys on your keyboard, and then
press the space bar.
666
Enter the minimum and maximum values of the selected item into the text boxes.
777
Click the [Set] button to reflect the changes.
888
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
•• If the entered values are out of the setting range, the borders of the text boxes
turn red.
•• Click the [Default] button to return the setting value of the selected item to the
default value.
999
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to restore all
default settings.
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Common operations
1111The setting values of the X and Y axis have been changed.
22222 Display colors
You can change the line color and background color of the graph.
111
Display the Graph Property window.
222
Click the [Color] button for line color in the Color group.
You can set a different line color for each outboard motor when multiple outboard
motors are used.
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Common operations
333
The Color selection window appears.
444
Select a color and click the [OK] button.
555
The color of the box in the left of the [Color] button changes.
666
Click the [Color] button for the Background in the Color group.
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Common operations
777
The Color selection window appears.
888
Select a color and click the [OK] button.
999
The color of the box to the left of the [Color] button changes.
1111Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
Click [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to restore all default
settings.
1111The line color and background color in the graph on the screen have been
changed.
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Common operations
333 Saving data
33333 Data save
By selecting the Save command in the Diagnosis, Engine Monitor, Data Logger, or Oil
Change Record function, the corresponding data can be saved on a disk.
111
Click the [Save] button or press the [F2] key on your keyboard.
222
The Save File window is displayed.
333
Select the disk and folder where the data will be saved and assign a file name.
444
Click the [Save] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard to save data.
Saved file
DNY
Engine Monitor file
LNY
ECM record graph file RNY
Logging file
+
First 3 letters of
+
the ECM number
ANY
Year, month, day,
hour, minute,
second
(*1) Except ECM record graph file.
The default file name is assigned as in the list above.
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+
.csv
.xls
(*1)
Common operations
33333 Data export
The data you saved can be viewed in Microsoft Excel.
Save data as Excel
•• If Microsoft Office is not installed on your computer: The program saves the data
in CSV format.
•• If Microsoft Office is installed on your computer: The program saves the data in
both CSV format and Excel format. If Microsoft Excel (version 2003 or later) is
installed on your computer, you can save the data onto a one-page US Lettersize form as shown in the screen capture on the right.
•• Files in csv format are used for graph display. Use Notepad to open these files.
•• Do not change the CSV data. Otherwise, it cannot be read by the system.
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Common operations
444 System Info. button
Displays the ECM number of the connected device.
111
Click the [System Info.] button or press the [F2] key on your keyboard.
222
The System Information dialog box appears.
333
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
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Common operations
555 Message button
A message for each function is displayed.
111
Click the [Message] button or press the [F3] key on your keyboard.
222
A message appears.
333
Click the [×] button to close the message.
666 Select Eng. button
When using two or more outboard motors, you can select the outboard motor that you
wish to view data for using the Diagnosis, Engine Monitor, Data Logger, or Engine oil
change record function.
This function is not available when connected via K-Line.
111
Click the [Select Eng.] button or the engine icon, or press the [F4] key on your
keyboard.
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Common operations
222
333
444
The Select Engine window appears.
Check the checkbox of the engine to diagnose, and uncheck the checkbox of the
engine that you do not wish to diagnose by either clicking it or using cursor keys
and pressing the space bar on your keyboard.
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
By default, all checkboxes are checked and the engine icons have orange outlines.
555
The engine icons with the checkboxes checked have orange outlines, and the
engine icons with the checkboxes unchecked have black outlines.
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Common operations
777 Back button
You can return to the previous display using this button.
111
Click the [Back] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard.
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Update
Update
You can update the database when update information is provided.
111
Display the Top Menu screen.
222
Click the [2) Update] button or press the [2] or [Enter] key on your keyboard.
333
A confirmation message appears.
444
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to cancel the
update.
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Update
555
The folder selection window appears.
666
Select the folder that contains the database.
777
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to cancel the
update.
888
A confirmation message appears.
999
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
If the update failed, an error message appears. Follow the instructions on screen.
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Setting
Setting
You can change the language and unit that are displayed on the Engine Monitor and
during off-line operation.
111
Display the Top Menu screen.
222
Click the [3) Setting] button or press the [3] or [Enter] key on your keyboard.
333
The Setting screen is displayed.
444
Select a language and unit to use and click the [OK] button or press the [Enter]
key on your keyboard.
•• If you select “Metric & Yard/Pound” for the unit, both Metric and Yard/Pound units
are displayed.
•• When connected via K-Line, you cannot select display units.
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111 Diagnosis
111
Display the Top Menu screen.
222
Click the [1) Start] button or press the [1] or [Enter] key on your keyboard.
333
The Important Information screen is displayed.
444
Read the contents, and then click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on
your keyboard.
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If a communication error has been detected, an error message appears.
Follow the instructions on screen.
555
The Main Menu screen is displayed.
666
Click [2 Engine] button or press the [2] or [Enter] key on your keyboard.
777
The Engine menu is displayed.
888
999
Click the [1) Diagnosis] button in the 2nd-level menu or press [1], [Enter], or right
arrow key on your keyboard.
The 3rd-level menu is displayed.
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11111 Diagnosis
The diagnosis codes of malfunctions recorded in the ECM of the outboard motor, corresponding part names of the diagnosis codes, the results of the
diagnosis, and the condition of the part are listed here.
Some items may not be available depending on the model of the outboard motor. See the corresponding service manual for further information.
Diagnosis codes and items
Code No.
Item
Code No.
Item
Code No.
Item
13
Pulser coil
39
Oil pressure sensor
85
IDM
14
Crank position sensor
44
Engine shut-off switch
86
Immobilizer(*1)
15
Thermo sensor /
Engine temperature sensor
45
Shift cut-off switch
112–119 ETV
46
Thermoswitch
121–123 ETV
17
Knock sensor
49
Overcooling
124–128 TPS
18
TPS
62
Fuel pressure too low
19
Battery voltage
63
Intake system
131–135 APS
22
Atmospheric pressure sensor
68
VCT (S bank)
136–139 ETV
23
Air temperature sensor
69
VCT (P bank)
141–145 ETV
24
Cam position sensor (EX)
Fuel pressure sensor
Cam position sensor
(S bank IN)
146–150 SPS
25
71
26
Injector
Water in fuel filter
Cam position sensor
(P bank IN)
156–159 Engine-Remote control comm.
27
72
28
Shift position switch
73
OCV (S bank)
183 , 184 Remote control system
29
Air pressure sensor
74
OCV (P bank)
186–189 Remote control system
37
Intake air passage
83
PTT sensor
Refer to “Functions by model” for detailed information.
(*1) “
” is displayed depending on the model.
Immobilizer represents Y-COP.
****
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129
ETV
153–155 SPS
160–181 Remote control system
Engine
111
222
333
Display the 3rd-level menu.
Click the [Diagnosis] in the 3rd-level menu or [OK] button, or press the [Enter]
key on your keyboard.
The Diagnosis screen is displayed.
•• The cell will change to a red color and a message will be displayed for items
deemed as being irregular.
•• Items deemed as being irregular will be displayed at the top of the list. Threedigit codes are displayed above two-digit codes.
•• Select the item deemed as being irregular by either clicking it or pressing the up
or down arrow keys on your keyboard, and display the diagnosis procedure.
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11111 Diagnosis Record
The diagnosis codes of malfunctions that have been recorded in the ECM, corresponding items of the diagnosis codes, and the time when the
malfunctions occurred are listed here.
Some items may not be available depending on the model of the outboard motor. See the corresponding service manual for further information.
Diagnosis record codes and items
Code No.
Item
Code No.
Item
Code No.
Item
13
Pulser coil
39
Oil pressure sensor
85
IDM
14
Crank position sensor
44
Engine shut-off switch
86
Immobilizer(*1)
15
Thermo sensor /
Engine temperature sensor
45
Shift cut-off switch
112–119 ETV
46
Thermoswitch
121–123 ETV
17
Knock sensor
49
Overcooling
124–128 TPS
18
TPS
59
Memory data
19
Battery voltage
62
Fuel pressure too low
131–135 APS
22
Atmospheric pressure sensor
68
VCT (S bank)
136–139 ETV
23
Air temperature sensor
69
VCT (P bank)
141–145 ETV
24
Cam position sensor (EX)
Fuel pressure sensor
Cam position sensor
(S bank IN)
146–150 SPS
25
71
26
Injector
Water in fuel filter
Cam position sensor
(P bank IN)
156 , 157
27
72
160–181 Remote control system
28
Shift position switch
73
OCV (S bank)
183 , 184
Remote control system
29
Air pressure sensor
74
OCV (P bank)
186 , 187
Remote control system
37
Intake air passage
83
PTT sensor
Refer to “Functions by model” for detailed information.
(*1) Immobilizer represents Y-COP.
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129
ETV
153–155 SPS
Engine-Remote control comm.
Engine
111
222
333
Display the 3rd-level menu.
Click the [Diag. Record] button in the 3rd-level menu or [OK] button, or press the
[Enter] key on your keyboard.
The Diagnosis Record screen is displayed.
a
b
c
d
a Displays diagnosis codes information.
b Displays “Water in fuel filter” and “Overheat
record” diagnosis codes only.
c Shows total hours of operation.
d Displays the checking procedure for the selected
diagnosis code.
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■■Deleting diagnosis record in the ECM
You can delete the displayed diagnosis record.
111
222
Select the item that you wish to delete by either clicking it or pressing the up or
down arrow keys on your keyboard.
Click the [Delete] button or press the [F1] key on your keyboard.
Check that the items deleted are normal in the Diagnosis screen. If the items
remain irregular, they will appear as irregular in the Diagnosis Record even if you
try to delete them.
333
A confirmation message appears.
444
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
To cancel deletion, click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your
keyboard.
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11111 Engine Record
Data recorded on the ECM, including engine speed (max.) and total time for which they occurred, over-rev. count, overheat count, low oil pressure
count, knock control count and total time for which they occurred, and total hours of operation, is displayed as a list.
Engine Record items
Item
Description
Engine speed (max.)
Indicates all-time peak engine speed (r/min), and
time of its occurrence.
Over-rev. count
Indicates the number of times that over-rev
prevention control has been triggered to date.
Overheat count
Indicates the number of times that the overheat
switch has been activated to date.
Low oil pressure count
Indicates the number of times that the oil pressure
sensor has detected the low oil pressure to date.
Knock control count
Indicates the number of times that the knocking
control has been triggered to date.
Total hours of operation Indicates the total operating hours of the engine.
Refer to “Functions by model” for detailed information.
111
222
Display the 3rd-level menu.
Click the [EngineRecord] in the 3rd-level menu or [OK] button, or press the [Enter]
key on your keyboard.
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Engine
333
The Engine Record screen is displayed.
Only Engine speed (max.) can be reset.
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Engine
11111 Engine operating hours
The operating hours as compared to the engine speed and the total operating hours
are displayed.
111
222
333
Display the 3rd-level menu.
Click the [OperatingHrs] button in the 3rd-level menu or press the [Enter] key on
your keyboard.
The Engine operating hours by RPM screen is displayed showing the number
of hours that the engine was operated at each engine speed range.
•• Even when the engine is running, the time displayed is the total operating hours
up until the Engine operating hours by RPM was displayed.
•• The total operating hours are rounded up to one decimal place, and so are not
equal to the total of the various operating times.
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222 Engine Monitor
Do not use the Engine Monitor function to check the engine condition while operating a boat, or you may become distracted, which
could result in a collision.
Make sure to avoid splashing water on the computer, adapter, and USB cable and to avoid damaging them with strong sudden jolts or
vibration.
Data received from ECM related to each part is displayed while the engine start switch is ON.
Engine monitor items
Monitor item
Monitor item
Monitor item
Monitor item
Engine speed
SPS 2
PTT sensor
Shift cut-off command
Fuel pressure
Shift request
Cooling water pressure(*1)
Thermoswitch
Intake air pressure
ISC valve opening angle
Speed(*1)
R/C ECM signal
TPS 1
Atmospheric pressure
Oil plunger pump discharge
Main switch signal
TPS 2
Battery voltage
Cylinder #1 firing state
Start/stop button
Throttle valve opening angle
Fuel injection duration
Cylinder #2 firing state
Possible to start
APS 1
Ignition timing
Cylinder #3 firing state
Main relay
APS 2
Oil pressure switch
Cylinder #4 firing state
ETV relay
Throttle request
O2 sensor voltage
Cylinder #5 firing state
Fuel pump relay
LPS (main)
TPS voltage
Cylinder #6 firing state
Shift actuator relay
LPS (sub)
Throttle valve opening angle
Starter relay
Free throttle switch
LPS_PORT (main)
Cooling water temperature
Main switch
PTT switch UP
LPS_PORT (sub)
Engine temperature
Engine shut-off switch
PTT switch DOWN
LPS_STBD (main)
Intake air temperature
Shift position switch
Water detection switch
LPS_STBD (sub)
Oil pressure
Shift position judgment
Oil level switch (remote tank)
Active remote control
Intake cam timing (S bank)
Multi-engine system
Oil level switch1(engine tank)
SPS 1
Intake cam timing (P bank)
Over-rev. control release lead
Oil level switch2(engine tank)
Shift cut-off
Refer to “Functions by mode” for detailed information.
(*1) If not equipped with optional equipment, invalid values are displayed for these items.
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Oil level switch3(engine tank)
Engine
111
222
333
Display the Engine menu.
Click the [2) Eng. Monitor] button in the 2nd-level menu or press the [2], [Enter],
or right arrow key on your keyboard.
The 3rd-level menu is displayed.
22222 Digital Display
The data from the ECM of the outboard motor is displayed in numerical value.
111
222
Display the 3rd-level menu.
Click the [Digital Disp] in the 3rd-level menu or [OK] button, or press the [Enter]
key on your keyboard.
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333
The current engine condition is displayed in numerical value.
•• Ten items can be displayed at one time. To view the other items, scroll the
display.
•• You can change the display items. See “Selecting the display items.”
22222 Graph Display
The data from the ECM of the outboard motor is displayed in a graph.
Three graph items can be displayed at one time.
111
222
Display the 3rd-level menu.
Click the [Graph Disp.] in the 3rd-level menu or [OK] button, or press the [Enter]
key on your keyboard.
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333
The current engine condition is displayed in a graph.
•• To view other items, click the [ ] and [ ] buttons, or press the up or down
arrow keys on your keyboard, or click the[ ] and [ ] buttons to move through
the screens one by one.
•• You can change the settings of the graph display. See “Setting the graph
properties.”
■■ Saving graph data
You can save the displayed data on a computer and play it back later.
111
To start saving data, click the [Start] button or press the [Enter] key on your
keyboard.
When recording starts, the button display switches from [Start] to [Stop].
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222
Click the [Stop] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard to finish data
recording.
333
The Save File window is displayed.
444
Select the disk and folder where the data will be saved and assign a file name.
555
Click the [Save] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard to save data.
•• The program allows you to view saved graph data off-line.
•• Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to delete
recorded data.
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22222 Input Setting
Set the input figures for displaying data on the YAMAHA Diagnostic System screen.
111
222
333
444
555
Display the 3rd-level menu.
Click the [InputSetting] in the 3rd-level menu or [OK] button, or press the [Enter]
key on your keyboard.
The Input Setting screen is displayed.
Enter the name of the connected external devices and enter the minimum and
maximum values for the graph.
Click the [Set] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
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•• The textbox frame appears in red if the minimum and maximum values are not
entered.
•• Values entered as the minimum and maximum values will return to the default
figures when the [Set] button is clicked.
666
The setting value is displayed on the screen.
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333 Component Test
You can perform a simple good/bad evaluation and engine adjustment by operating the engine components with the YAMAHA Diagnostic System on a
standalone basis to check the running sound and state.
This function can be carried out for a single engine.
When multiple engines are selected, an engine selection request message appears. Follow the instructions on screen.
33333 Stationary Test
Perform the test when the engine is stopped and the shift is in the N position.
Stationary Test items
Item
Activate ignition coil
Activate injector
Activate electric fuel pump
Activate low-pressure fuel pump
Activate oil plunger pump
Activate ISC valve
Activate OCV
Refer to “Functions by model” for detailed information.
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222
333
444
555
Display the Engine menu.
Click the [3) ComponentTest] button in the 2nd-level menu or press the [3], [Enter]
or right arrow key on your keyboard.
The 3rd-level menu is displayed.
Click the [StationaryTest] in the 3rd-level menu or [OK] button, or press the [Enter]
key on your keyboard.
The test item selection screen is displayed.
Avoid clicking the [Execute] and [Cancel] buttons repeatedly, otherwise the
ECM or computer may not work properly and they may be damaged.
•• When the engine is running, or the shift is in the F or R position, an error
message appears on screen, and no tests can be carried out.
•• If an error has been detected during the test, an error message appears.
Follow the instructions on screen.
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■■ Ignition coil activation test
•• Do not touch the ignition tester (spark checker) wiring during testing.
•• Make sure to cover the spark plug cap so that there are no leaks.
•• Keep flammable gas, fuel, and oil at a distance, as sparks may fly during
testing.
Perform an ignition system test. Apply voltage to the ignition coil of the selected
cylinder to generate a spark (5 times in 5 seconds) while the spark plug lead is
connected to an ignition tester (spark checker).
111
222
333
444
Display the test item selection screen.
Select “Activate ignition coil” by either clicking it or pressing the up or down arrow
keys on your keyboard.
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
Connect the spark plug cap of the cylinder that will be tested to the ignition
tester (spark checker).
555
Connect the ignition tester (spark checker) to ground.
666
Set the spark gap by turning the adjusting knob.
a
A special service tool is needed.
a North America: Spark checker (YM-34487)
Worldwide: Ignition tester (90890-06754)
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The test screen is displayed.
888
Click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
999
Check the state of the ignition spark.
•• After starting the test, the button display switches from [Execute] to [Cancel].
•• Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to stop the test.
•• To carry out the test again, click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on
your keyboard.
•• When testing a different cylinder or item, click the [Back] button or press the [Esc]
key on your keyboard to return to the previous screen.
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■■ Injector activation test
•• Do not perform the test with the injector removed or with any fuel system
parts removed. High-pressure fuel may spray out.
•• When performing this operation, keep all sparks, flames, or other sources
of ignition away from the testing area. Gasoline is highly flammable.
111
222
Display the test item selection screen.
Select “Activate injector” by either clicking it or pressing the up or down arrow
keys on your keyboard.
333
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
444
The test screen is displayed.
555
Click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
666
Listen to the operating sound of the injector.
Do not test the same cylinder more than 3 times consecutively, as it may
damage the spark plug insulators.
•• Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to stop the test.
•• To carry out the test again, click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on
your keyboard.
•• When testing a different cylinder or item, click the [Back] button or press the [Esc]
key on your keyboard to return to the previous screen.
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■■Electric fuel pump activation test
Apply voltage to the electric fuel pump and activate it to check the fuel system.
Activate the electric fuel pump for 10 seconds.
111
222
333
Display the test item selection screen.
Select “Activate electric fuel pump” by either clicking it or pressing the up or
down arrow keys on your keyboard.
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
•• Do not perform the test with the injector removed or with any fuel system
parts removed. High-pressure fuel may spurt out.
•• When performing this operation, keep all sparks, flames, or other sources
of ignition away from the testing area. Gasoline is highly flammable.
444
The test screen is displayed.
555
Click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
666
Listen to the operating sound of the Electric fuel pump.
•• Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to stop the test.
•• To carry out the test again, click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on
your keyboard.
•• To perform a different test, click the [Back] button or press the [Esc] key on your
keyboard to return to the previous screen.
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■■Low-pressure fuel pump activation test
Apply voltage to the electric fuel pump and activate it for 10 seconds.
You cannot carry out this test on mechanical fuel pumps.
111
222
333
Display the test item selection screen.
Select “Activate low-press. fuel pump” by either clicking it or pressing the up or
down arrow keys on your keyboard.
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
Perform this test after priming with fuel. During this test, failure to supply
fuel to the low-pressure fuel pump may cause the pump damage.
444
The test screen is displayed.
555
Click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
666
Listen to the operating sound of the low-pressure fuel pump.
•• Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to stop the test.
•• To carry out the test again, click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on
your keyboard.
•• To perform a different test, click the [Back] button or press the [Esc] key on your
keyboard to return to the previous screen.
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■■ Oil plunger pump activation test
Apply voltage to the oil plunger pump (electric oil pump), and activate it to check that it
outputs oil. Activate the oil plunger pump (electric oil pump) for 6 seconds.
111
222
333
Display the test item selection screen.
Select “Activate oil plunger pump” by either clicking it or pressing the up or down
arrow keys on your keyboard.
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
Do not allow any air to enter the oil hose.
444
The test screen is displayed.
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555
Remove the oil hose from the vapor separator.
666
Click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to stop the test.
777
888
Place a pan under the oil hose, and check that oil is discharged from the oil
hose.
When the test is completed, connect the oil hose.
a Oil hose
b Vapor separator
•• To carry out the test again, click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on
your keyboard.
•• To perform a different test, click the [Back] button or press the [Esc] key on your
keyboard to return to the previous screen.
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■■ ISC valve activation test
Apply voltage to the ISC valve and activate it for 3 seconds.
111
222
Display the test item selection screen.
Select “Activate ISC valve” by either clicking it or pressing the up or down arrow
keys on your keyboard.
333
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
444
The test screen is displayed.
555
Click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
666
Listen to the operating sound of the ISC valve.
•• Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to stop the test.
•• To carry out the test again, click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on
your keyboard.
•• To perform a different test, click the [Back] button or press the [Esc] key on your
keyboard to return to the previous screen.
•• This test will set the ISC valve opening to the initial value.
For models with the ISC valve that is open in its initial state, check that the ISC
valve opening changes to 100% or greater.
For models with the ISC valve that is closed in its initial state, check that the ISC
valve opening changes to 0%.
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■■ OCV activation test
Apply voltage to the OCV and activate it for 10 seconds.
111
222
Display the test item selection screen.
Select “Activate OCV” by either clicking it or pressing the up or down arrow keys
on your keyboard.
333
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
444
The test screen is displayed.
555
Click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
666
Listen to the operating sound of the OCV.
•• Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to stop the test.
•• To carry out the test again, click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on
your keyboard.
•• To perform a different test or perform the test on a different OCV, click the [Back]
button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to return to the previous window.
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33333 Active Test
Perform the test when the engine is running and the shift is in the N position.
It is not possible to carry out the test while the boat is moving.
Active Test items
Item
Drop cylinder
Fully open ISC valve
Fix ISC valve opening angle
Refer to “Functions by model” for detailed information.
111
222
333
444
555
Display the Engine menu.
Click the [3) ComponentTest] button in the 2nd-level menu or press the [3], [Enter]
or right arrow key on your keyboard.
The 3rd-level menu is displayed.
Click the [Active Test] in the 3rd-level menu or [OK] button, or press the [Enter]
key on your keyboard.
The test item selection screen is displayed.
Avoid clicking the [Execute] and [Cancel] buttons repeatedly, otherwise the
ECM or computer may not work properly and they may be damaged.
If an error has been detected during the test, an error message appears. Follow
the instructions on screen.
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■■ Cylinder drop test
Perform cylinder drop test to observe the affect on engine speed as a selected
cylinder is deactivated for 5 seconds during a 20 second cycle. Note that the ISC valve
is placed in a fixed position during this test to allow easier viewing of rpm change as
each cylinder is deactivated.
111
222
Display the test item selection screen.
Select “Drop cylinder” by either clicking it or pressing the up or down arrow keys
on your keyboard.
333
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
444
The test screen is displayed.
555
Start the engine.
666
Click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
777
Check variations in engine speed, vibration, and noise.
•• Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to stop the test.
•• To carry out the test again, click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on
your keyboard.
•• To perform a different test or perform the test on a different cylinder, click the
[Back] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to return to the previous
screen.
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■■Fully open ISC valve test
Opening the ISC valve fully will raise the engine speed. Do not set the shift
in the F or R position.
This test allows verifying ISC valve opening. With the engine idling in neutral,
voltage is applied (for 2 seconds) to increase the opening of the ISC valve with a
corresponding increase in idle speed.
111
222
Display the test item selection screen.
Select “Fully open ISC valve” by either clicking it or pressing the up or down
arrow keys on your keyboard.
333
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
444
The test screen is displayed.
555
Click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
666
Open the ISC valve fully and check that the engine speed increases.
•• Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to stop the test.
•• To carry out the test again, click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on
your keyboard.
•• To perform a different test, click the [Back] button or press the [Esc] key on your
keyboard to return to the previous screen.
•• Testing that rapidly operates ISC may result in the engine stalling during testing.
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■■Fixed ISC valve opening angle test
To be able to perform TPS adjustment, ISC valve opening angle will be fixed for 30
minutes.
111
222
Display the test item selection screen.
Select “Fix ISC valve opening angle” by either clicking it or pressing the up or
down arrow keys on your keyboard.
333
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
444
Warm up the engine before performing the test.
555
The test screen is displayed.
666
Click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
777
Click the [ ] button to enable checking of engine speed, TPS voltage, and
throttle valve opening angle while ISC is fixed.
•• Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to stop the test.
•• To carry out the test again, click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on
your keyboard.
•• To perform a different test, click the [Back] button or press the [Esc] key on your
keyboard to return to the previous screen.
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444 Data Logger
You can display and compare engine data recorded in the ECM on a graph, and record the engine running state in an adapter.
When multiple engines are selected, an engine selection request message appears. Follow the instructions on screen.
44444 Logger graph
Displays, in graph form, data of engine operation stored in the ECM for the last 13 minutes (19 minutes depending on the model) in 1 minute intervals.
Three items can be displayed at one time.
Data graph display items
Item
Item
Engine speed
Throttle request
Battery voltage
SPS
TPS
Fuel pressure
Engine temperature
O2 sensor voltage
Intake air pressure
Cooling water temperature
Oil pressure
Oil pressure switch
Refer to “Functions by model” for detailed information.
111
222
333
Display the Engine menu.
Click the [4) Data Logger] button in the 2nd-level menu or press the [4], [Enter]
or right arrow key on your keyboard.
The 3rd-level menu is displayed.
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444
555
Display the 3rd-level menu.
Click the [Logger Graph] in the 3rd-level menu or [OK] button, or press the [Enter]
key on your keyboard.
•• Even while the engine is running, the graph display does not show the current
engine state. The graph shows the figures from the moment when the [Logger
Graph] or the [OK] button was clicked, or the [Enter] key was pressed.
•• Some items may not be available depending on the model of the outboard motor.
666
The Logger graph is displayed.
•• To view other items, click the [ ] or [ ] buttons, or press the up or down arrow
keys on your keyboard or the [ ] or [ ] buttons to move through the screens
one at a time.
•• Click the [<] or [>] buttons or press the right or left arrow keys on your keyboard
to move the guidelines (the red lines) position one gradient in the relevant
direction. The figures for the position that matches the guidelines (the red lines)
appear at the top right of the table.
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44444 ECM Record graph
When a problem occurs in the electronic throttle system, you can display data for 2 seconds before and after the problem recorded on the ECM, for a
total of 4 seconds.
You can select the display type from 3 types of fixed patterns stored in the database. You can also select all display patterns.
ECM record graph display items
Item
Item
Item
Engine speed
Target TPS voltage(*1)
Engine stop mode
APS 1
Target TPS voltage for ISC(*2)
Engine start mode
APS 2
Ref. TPS voltage(*3)
Engine stop mode with switch
TPS 1
Ref. APS voltage(*4)
Engine shut-off switch
TPS 2
Engine operating hours
Main relay
Throttle request
Trigger
ETV relay
Intake air pressure
Code
Overheat alert
Battery voltage
Active Remote Control
Low oil pressure
Refer to “Functions by model” for detailed information.
(*1) “Target TPS voltage” stands for “Target Throttle Position Sensor voltage.” This item shows the target output voltage of TPS. This value
means that ECM should control to open throttle valve to get the goal open degree.
(*2) “Target TPS voltage for ISC” stands for “Target Throttle Position Sensor voltage for Idle Speed Control.” ECM controls the engine idle
speed by using throttle valve attached TPS. This target voltage is used by ECM to achieve the goal open degree of the throttle valve
at idle speed.
(*3) “Ref. TPS voltage” stands for “Reference Throttle Position Sensor voltage.” This item shows the criterion output voltage of TPS. This
value is used to detect the TPS output voltage during engine operation.
(*4) “Ref. acc. pos. sensor voltage” stands for “Reference accelerator position sensor voltage.”
This item shows the criterion output voltage of Accelerator position sensor. This value is used to detect the Accelerator position
sensor output voltage when the remote control throttle lever opens.
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111
222
Display the 3rd-level menu.
Click the [ECM RecGraph] or [OK] button, or press the [Enter] key on your
keyboard.
•• When a problem occurs, an error message appears. Follow the instructions on
screen.
•• When multiple engines are selected, an engine selection request message
appears. Follow the instructions on screen.
•• Some items may not be available depending on the model of the outboard motor.
•• When there is no data stored in the ECM, or when the data saved is corrupted,
an error message appers.
333
The File Save window appears.
444
Click the [Save] button to save data.
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555
666
The Select Display Pattern screen is displayed.
Select the [Display Pattern] button by either clicking it or pressing the up or down
arrow keys on your keyboard, and then press the [Enter] key.
Items using Display pattern 1
Item
Engine speed
APS 1
TPS 1
Target TPS voltage
Items using Display pattern 2
Item
APS 1
APS 2
TPS 1
TSP 2
Items using Display pattern 3
Item
Engine speed
Target TPS voltage
Target TPS voltage for ISC
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The graph screen is displayed.
•• You can change the display values and display colors. See “Setting the graph
properties.”
•• Click the [x 2] or [x 4] buttons or press the [2] or [4] key on your keyboard to
double the X axis (time).
•• Click the [/2] or [/4] buttons or press the [Shift]+[2] or [4] keys to cut the scale of
the X axis by half.
•• Click the [<] or [>] buttons or press the right or left arrow keys to move the
guidelines (the red lines) position one gradient in the relevant direction. The
figures for the position that matches the guidelines (the red lines) appear at the
top right of the table.
•• Click the [<<] or [>>] button, or press [Shift] + the left or right arrow keys to move
the position of the end guidelines (the red lines) in the relevant direction.
•• Click the [All] button or press the space bar to display all saved data on screen.
•• Click the [Reset] button to reset the saved data to the default values.
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44444 Logging
Connect a computer and set the items to record to carry out data logging using the
adapter.
111
222
333
Display the 3rd-level menu.
Click the [Logging] button in the 3rd-level menu or press the [Enter] or right
arrow key on your keyboard.
The 4th-level menu is displayed.
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■■ Clearing data from the adapter
To record data on the adapter, you must delete all current data stored on the adapter.
111
222
Display the 4th-level menu.
Select the [Clear Data] button by either clicking it or pressing the up or down
arrow keys on your keyboard, and then press the [Enter] key.
333
A confirmation message appears.
444
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
555
A completion message appears.
666
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
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■■Record Setting
After configuring recording properties (number of items, number of engines, recordable
time, sampling interval, comments), record the data on the adapter.
111
Display the 4th-level menu.
222
Click the [Record Set] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
333
The Record Property: Item window is displayed.
444
Select the item that you wish to record by either clicking it or pressing the up and
down arrow keys on your keyboard.
By default, only “Engine speed [r/min]” is displayed in the Selected Item column.
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555
666
Click the [>] button or press the space bar on your keyboard to move the item to
the Selected Item column.
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
Click the [>] button or press the space bar on your keyboard to change the
selected status back to unselected.
777
The Record Property: Condition window is displayed.
888
Select a sampling interval to record data.
999
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
•• When connected via CAN-Line, numbers of engines and engine positions (P,
C, S) are displayed. When connected via K-Line, only numbers of engines are
displayed.
•• When connected via K-Line, the sampling interval you can select varies
according to the number of items you are monitoring: fastest can be selected
when only 1 item is monitored, and 100 ms can be selected when 2 to 8 items
are monitored.
•• To confirm all actions, set the sampling interval to a long time, and to confirm
details, set this to a short time.
•• Recordable time differs depending on set conditions.
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a
b
c
d
e
a Number of Items
b Number of Engines
c Recordable time
d Sampling Interval
e Comment
Engine
1111A completion message appears.
1111Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
1111Start the engine and disconnect the USB cable between the adapter and
computer to set the system in ready-to-record state.
1111Check that a red light is blinking.
1111The system stops logging at a predetermined time, or when the USB cable is
connected to the adapter again.
•• If removing the USB cable, then replace the adapter cap to prevent water from
entering.
•• Removing the USB cable means the adapter will enter recording status, and
connecting the USB cable will end this status.
•• If the engine speed is 500 r/min or less, then 5 samples will be recorded then
recording stopped. However, because this is still in recording status, if the engine
speed increases to 500 or more, recording will start again.
•• During operation, the adapter is supplied power from the engine. If the engine
is stopped while the adapter is recording, then the rechargeable battery within
will perform a backup. (Guaranteed for 48 hours with the battery charged for an
hour)
•• If the internal battery becomes depleted, recorded data will be deleted.
Accordingly, before this happens save the data or connect the adapter to the
engine with the engine ON and recharge the battery.
•• If recording status is ended, then as long as the data within the adapter is not
deleted, the adapter may not record new data.
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■■Displaying data in a graph
You can read data from the adapter and display it on the computer screen.
111
222
Display the 4th-level menu.
Select the [Show Data] button by either clicking it or pressing the up or down
arrow keys on your keyboard, and then press the [Enter] key.
333
The Save File window is displayed.
444
Data name recorded on the adapter is displayed as a file name.
555
Click the [Save] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
666
Data is displayed in a graph.
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Boat System
Boat System
111
Display the Main Menu screen.
222
Click the [1 Boat System] button or press the [1] or [Enter] key on your keyboard.
333
The Boat System menu is displayed.
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Boat System
111 Tilt limiter
■■ Setting the tilt limiter
•• Make sure the outboard motor is mounted in the proper position. See
Rigging Guide or Service Manual.
•• Make sure to keep the clearance of 50.8 mm (2.0 in) or more between the
outboard motor and the motor well.
•• For two or more outboard motors, make sure there is enough clearance
between units when tilted- or trimmed-up outboard motor is steered.
•• Pay attention to your surroundings.
You can set the position of the motor (V8 models only) where the tilt limiter is activated.
The tilt limiter allows the tilt-up action to be halted at a set angle, preventing the top
cowling from coming into contact with the motor well when the outboard motor is tilted
up.
111
222
333
444
Stop the engine.
Fully tilt the outboard motor down.
Display the Boat System menu.
Click the [1) Tilt Limiter] button in the 2nd-level menu or press the [1], [Enter], or
right arrow key on your keyboard.
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Boat System
555
Tilt the outboard motor up using the PTT switch on the bottom cowling to decide
the position where the tilt limiter is activated.
Do not use the PTT switch on the Digital Electronic Control during the tilt
limiter setting to avoid interference between the motor well and the cowling.
666
Recheck that there is no interference with the cowling.
777
Click the [Set] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
•• When reconfiguring the tilt limiter setting, the [Next] button will appear instead of
the [Set] button.
•• When setting the tilt limiter, take into account that the outboard motor actually
stops at the position slightly lower than the corresponding tilt limiter setting
angle.
•• Set the tilt limiter setting angle within the setting angle range (approximately 53
to 66 degrees) where the tilt stop lever can be engaged.
888
A setting complete confirmation message appears.
999
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
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Boat System
1111The tilt limiter setting has been completed.
1111Check that the tilt limiter functions properly and the tilt stop lever locks in place.
If an error occurs while an item is being tested, an error message appears. Follow
the instructions on screen.
■■Resetting the tilt limiter setting
Clear the tilt limiter setting.
111
222
Display the Boat System menu.
Click the [1) Tilt Limiter] button in the 2nd-level menu or press the [1], [Enter], or
right arrow key on your keyboard.
100
Boat System
333
Click the [Reset] button or press the [F1] key on your keyboard.
444
A confirmation message appears.
555
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
666
A caution message appears.
777
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
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Boat System
888
The tilt limiter setting has been cleared.
Click the [Next] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard to move to the
setting screen.
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Boat System
222 Digital Electronic Control System
■■Resetting the Digital Electronic Control System
This command initializes identification detween the outboard motor and the Digital
Electronic Control. Perform Digital Electronic Control System Reset when replacing
the Digital Electronic Control ECM or engine ECM.
111
222
333
Display the Boat System menu.
Click the [2) R/C Reset] button in the 2nd-level menu or press the [2], [Enter], or
right arrow key on your keyboard.
Click the [Reset] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
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Boat System
444
A confirmation message appears.
555
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
666
A confirmation message appears.
777
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
888
Turn the engine start switch to OFF, and then remove the communication
harness from the Digital Electronic Control.
Wait a minimum of 10 seconds after turning the engine start switch OFF to allow
the engine ECM to complete it’s power OFF cycle. After 10 seconds, turn the
engine start switch ON, the engine ECM and Digital Electronic Control ECM will
automatically identify and connect.
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Maintenance
Maintenance
111 Record of engine oil change
Engine hours at the time of maintenance (oil change) can be recorded.
Note that you cannot delete an oil change record once it has been recorded.
111
222
Display the Maintenance menu.
Click the [1) OilChangeRec] button in the 2nd-level menu or press the [1], [Enter],
or right arrow key on your keyboard.
333
The Engine oil change record screen is displayed.
444
Click the [Set] button or press the [F1] key on your keyboard.
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Maintenance
555
A confirmation message appears.
666
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
Data cannot be deleted once recorded.
777
Current operating hours recorded in the engine will be displayed.
Up to 10 items can be displayed. Once this limit has been reached, the oldest item
is removed from the list.
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CAN Information
CAN Information
Displays the names of CAN bus devices connected to a CAN system and bus status
(bus load ratio, number of error frames, etc).
When connected via K-Line, this function is not available.
111
222
333
Display the Top Menu screen.
Click the [6) CAN Information] button or press the [6] or [Enter] key on your
keyboard.
The Bus Monitor screen is displayed.
111 Communication List
111
Display the Bus Monitor screen.
222
Select the hub that the adapter is connected to.
333
Click the [Communication List] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
The screen capture on the right shows the case where 6Y9 Color Gauge system
is used.
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CAN Information
444
The name of the connected device is displayed.
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CAN Information
•• The name of the selected bus device is displayed as shown in the list below.
•• If the system cannot recognize the connected device, “Unknown Device” appears on the display.
Connected device
Bus
6Y8 Meter system
6Y9 Color Gauge system
Digital Electronic Control
Remote Controller (Main, PORT) Remote Controller (Main, PORT)
Remote Controller (Sub, PORT)
Engine/Digital Electronic Control
Remote Controller (Sub, PORT)
Remote Controller (Main, Center) Remote Controller (Main, Center)
Engine
Remote Controller (Sub, Center)
Remote Controller (Sub, Center)
Remote Controller (Main, STBD)
Remote Controller (Main, STBD)
Remote Controller (Sub, STBD)
—
Remote Controller (Sub, STBD)
—
Engine
Engine
Tachometer
Tachometer
—
—
Speedometer
Speedometer
—
—
Fuel Management Meter
Fuel Management Meter
—
—
Speed/Fuel Meter
Speed/Fuel Meter
—
—
—
Display
—
Analog Gauge Interface #
—
Gateway
Analog Gauge Interface
—
NMEA2000 Gateway
—
Idle Controller
Idle Controller
Idle Controller
—
Multisensor
Multisensor
Multisensor
—
Checker
Checker
Checker
—
Y-COP
Immobilizer
Immobilizer
—
Other than the above
Unknown Device
Unknown Device
6Y9 Color Gauge
Analog Gauge Interface
“—”indicates that there is nothing displayed on the screen.
109
Unknown Device
CAN Information
•• If the selected bus differs from the bus to be connected, it will be displayed as shown in the list.
•• When device information is not received due to communication errors or other causes, “No Device” is displayed.
Connected device
Engine/Digital Electronic Control
Bus
6Y8 Meter system
Engine
6Y9 Color Gauge system
Digital Electronic Control
Engine
—
Tachometer
—
Gauge
—
Speedometer
—
Gauge
—
Fuel Management Meter
—
Gauge
—
Speed/Fuel Meter
—
Gauge
—
6Y9 Color Gauge
Gauge
Analog Gauge Interface
Analog Gauge Interface
Gateway
—
—
—
Gateway
Analog Gauge Interface #
—
Idle Controller
Idle Controller
Idle Controller
—
Multisensor
Multisensor
Multisensor
—
Checker
Checker
Checker
—
Y-COP
Immobilizer
Immobilizer
—
Other than the above
Unknown Device
Unknown Device
“—”indicates that there is nothing displayed on the screen.
110
—
Unknown Device
CAN Information
222 Bus Statistics
111
Display the Bus Monitor screen.
222
Select the bus that the adapter is connected to.
333
Click the [Bus Statistics] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
The screen capture on the right shows the case where 6Y9 Color Gauge system
is used.
444
The Bus Statistics screen is displayed.
a
b
c
d
e
Connect devices with a bus load of 40% or less.
a Displays the bus load ratio of connected devices
per second.
b Displays peak bus load.
c Displays error frames per second.
d Displays total error frames.
e Displays adapter chip state.
111
CAN Information
If the selected bus differs from the bus to be connected, it will be displayed as shown in the list below.
System
Bus
Connection
Displays of connection errors
—
6Y8 Meter system OK
6Y8 Meter
6Y9 Color Gauge
Wrong
system
6Y8 Meter system Wrong
6Y9 Color Gauge
The screen title shows “6Y8 Meter” but the displayed value is the value for 6Y9
Color Gauge bus connection.
The screen title shows “6Y9 Color Gauge” but the displayed value is the value for
6Y8 Meter bus connection.
6Y9 Color Gauge
OK
system
—
112
Off-line
Off-line
You can view graph data of Engine Monitor, ECM Record graph, and Logging
previously saved on the computer even when not connected to the ECM.
111
Display the Top Menu screen.
222
Click the [4) Off Line] button or press [4] or [Enter] key on your keyboard.
333
The Graph Display screen appears.
444
Click the [Load] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
113
Off-line
555
The Open File window appears.
666
Select the file that contains the graph data.
777
Click the [Open] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
•• Data with file names starting with ANY, LNY, or RNY prefix can be displayed on
the screen.
•• If you select data that cannot be displayed during off-line operation, an error
message appears. Follow the instructions on screen.
•• Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to cancel the
file selection.
888
The selected graph data is displayed.
You can change the graph display settings.
114
Appendix
Appendix
111 Setting the desktop area
Do not change the screen size when using this program.
111
Click the [Start] button on the Windows taskbar, select settings, and open the
control panel.
222
Double-click the Display in the center of the control panel.
333
The Display setting window is displayed.
444
Click “Adjust resolution.”
The screen resolution can also be adjusted by selecting Smaller or Medium in the
window.
115
Appendix
555
A window to adjust screen resolution appears.
666
Move the slider bar to adjust the resolution.
777
Click the [OK] button to set the desktop area.
Click the [NO] button to cancel the desktop area setting.
116
Appendix
222 Uninstalling the YAMAHA Diagnostic System
Use the following procedure to uninstall the YAMAHA Diagnostic System.
111
222
Close all programs before starting the uninstaller.
Click the [Start] button on the Windows taskbar, select settings, and open the
control panel.
333
Click the Programs and Features in the control panel.
444
Select “YAMAHA DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM 2” and click “Uninstall.”
555
Click [Yes] button to uninstall the YAMAHA Diagnostic System.
•• Click the [No] button to cancel the uninstall.
•• If you are using Windows Vista or Windows 7 and the User Account Control
dialog box appears, click [Yes] to continue.
117
Appendix
333 Troubleshooting
Error content
Communication cable related
error occurs.
Cause
Action
Engine start switch is turned to OFF.
Turn the engine start switch to ON.
Communication cable is disconnected.
Connect communication cable between
the computer’s communication port and
the communication coupler of the outboard
motor or hub.
Battery is disconnected from the outboard
Connect battery to outboard motor.
motor.
Application does not start.
The battery voltage is below 12 V.
Connect battery of 12 V or higher.
The USB driver has not been installed.
Install the USB driver.
The hardware does not meet the
requirements to operate this application.
Use a computer that meets the specified
hardware requirements.
YdisUI.exe is not installed in application
directory.
If YdisUI.exe is not found in the application
directory, install the application again.
Other application (Service tool) is already
in operation.
Quit the application in operation, since
two applications (Service tool) cannot be
operated simultaneously.
Error message “Program file or Database
file is not installed properly. Please install
again.” is displayed.
Database related error occurs. Error message “Database files are not
installed properly. ” is displayed.
Application related error
occurs.
Error message “System file not found
######.###.” is displayed.
Incorrect fonts on screen
Stationary or active tests
cannot be ended even by
clicking [Cancel].
The computer language does not
correspond to the application.
Install program file or database file again.
Update database again.
The database is not applicable to
communication with ECM. Update
database to correspond to ECM.
Use a computer that operates the required
operating system.
[Execute] and [Cancel] buttons have been “Turn off your computer.
clicked more than necessary, and the ECM Turn the engine start switch to OFF and
or computer does not operate properly.
reset the ECM.”
118
Functions by model (Outboard motor)
Functions by model (Outboard motor)
Diagnosis
A
Item
B
C
D
E
F
3
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
Engine type
HPDI
2596 cm3
HPDI
3342 cm3
L3
747 cm3
L4
1741 cm3
1: L4/1741 cm
2: L4/1596 cm3
3: L4/996 cm3
4: L3/747 cm3
L4
2670 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6 Bass
4169 cm3
V6
4169 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
Model name
(L)Z150P
Z150Q
Z175G
Z175H
(L)Z200N
Z200P
Z200Q
Z200R
Z225H
Z240A
Z240B
(L)Z250D
Z250F
(L)Z300A
Z300B
F40F
F30B
F(L)115A
(–’00)
1: F(L)115A (’01–) F(L)150A
2: F75B, F75C,
F(L)150B
F80B, F80C,
F90B, F100D
3: F50F, FT50G,
F60C, FT60D,
F70A
4: F40D, F40G
F(L)200A
F(L)200B
F(L)225A
F(L)200C
F(L)225B
F225C
F(L)250A
F(L)250G
F(L)250B
F200D
F225D
F225G
F250C
F250F
F275A
F(L)225F
F(L)250D
F(L)300B
F(L)300A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)350A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)300A
(’11MY)
F(L)350A
(’11MY)
Diagnosis code
Pulser coil
13
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Crank position sensor
14
〇
〇
Thermo sensor
15
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Knock sensor
17
〇
〇
〇
〇
TPS
18
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Battery voltage
19
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Atmospheric pressure sensor
22
〇
〇
Air temperature sensor
23
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Cam position sensor (EX)
24
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Fuel pressure sensor
25
〇
〇
Injector
26
〇
〇
Water in fuel filter
27
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Shift position switch
28
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Air pressure sensor
29
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Intake air passage
37
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Oil pressure sensor
39
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Engine shut-off switch
44
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Shift cut-off switch
45
〇
〇
〇
Thermoswitch
46
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Overcooling
49
VCT (S bank)
68
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
VCT (P bank)
69
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Cam position sensor(S bank IN)
71
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Cam position sensor(P bank IN)
72
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
OCV (S bank)
73
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
OCV (P bank)
74
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
PTT sensor
83
〇
〇
IDM
85
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
(with water
detection
switch)
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
119
Functions by model (Outboard motor)
A
Item
B
C
D
E
F
3
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
Engine type
HPDI
2596 cm3
HPDI
3342 cm3
L3
747 cm3
L4
1741 cm3
1: L4/1741 cm
2: L4/1596 cm3
3: L4/996 cm3
4: L3/747 cm3
L4
2670 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6 Bass
4169 cm3
V6
4169 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
Model name
(L)Z150P
Z150Q
Z175G
Z175H
(L)Z200N
Z200P
Z200Q
Z200R
Z225H
Z240A
Z240B
(L)Z250D
Z250F
(L)Z300A
Z300B
F40F
F30B
F(L)115A
(–’00)
1: F(L)115A (’01–) F(L)150A
2: F75B, F75C,
F(L)150B
F80B, F80C,
F90B, F100D
3: F50F, FT50G,
F60C, FT60D,
F70A
4: F40D, F40G
F(L)200A
F(L)200B
F(L)225A
F(L)200C
F(L)225B
F225C
F(L)250A
F(L)250G
F(L)250B
F200D
F225D
F225G
F250C
F250F
F275A
F(L)225F
F(L)250D
F(L)300B
F(L)300A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)350A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)300A
(’11MY)
F(L)350A
(’11MY)
Diagnosis code
〇
(for models
equipped with
immobilizer)
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
126
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
TPS (ETV)
127
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
TPS (ETV)
128
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
APS (ETV)
131
〇
〇
APS (ETV)
132
〇
〇
APS (ETV)
133
〇
〇
APS (ETV)
134
〇
〇
APS (ETV)
135
〇
〇
SPS
146
〇
〇
〇
〇
SPS
147
〇
〇
〇
〇
SPS
148
〇
〇
〇
〇
SPS
149
〇
〇
〇
〇
SPS
150
〇
〇
〇
〇
SPS
153
〇
〇
〇
〇
SPS
154
〇
〇
〇
〇
SPS
155
〇
〇
〇
〇
Engine-R/C communication
156
〇
〇
〇
〇
Engine-R/C communication
157
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
160
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
161
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
162
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
163
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
164
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
165
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
166
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
167
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
168
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
169
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
170
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
171
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
(for models
equipped with
immobilizer)
〇
(for models
equipped with
immobilizer)
Immobilizer
86
TPS (ETV)
124
〇
TPS (ETV)
125
TPS (ETV)
120
〇
Functions by model (Outboard motor)
A
Item
B
C
D
E
F
3
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
Engine type
HPDI
2596 cm3
HPDI
3342 cm3
L3
747 cm3
L4
1741 cm3
1: L4/1741 cm
2: L4/1596 cm3
3: L4/996 cm3
4: L3/747 cm3
L4
2670 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6 Bass
4169 cm3
V6
4169 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
Model name
(L)Z150P
Z150Q
Z175G
Z175H
(L)Z200N
Z200P
Z200Q
Z200R
Z225H
Z240A
Z240B
(L)Z250D
Z250F
(L)Z300A
Z300B
F40F
F30B
F(L)115A
(–’00)
1: F(L)115A (’01–) F(L)150A
2: F75B, F75C,
F(L)150B
F80B, F80C,
F90B, F100D
3: F50F, FT50G,
F60C, FT60D,
F70A
4: F40D, F40G
F(L)200A
F(L)200B
F(L)225A
F(L)200C
F(L)225B
F225C
F(L)250A
F(L)250G
F(L)250B
F200D
F225D
F225G
F250C
F250F
F275A
F(L)225F
F(L)250D
F(L)300B
F(L)300A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)350A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)300A
(’11MY)
F(L)350A
(’11MY)
Diagnosis code
Remote control system
172
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
173
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
174
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
175
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
176
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
177
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
178
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
179
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
180
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
181
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
183
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
184
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
186
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
187
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
112
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
113
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
114
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
115
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
116
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
117
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
118
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
119
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
121
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
122
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
123
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
129
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
136
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
137
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
138
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
139
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
141
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
142
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
143
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
144
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
145
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
121
Functions by model (Outboard motor)
Diagnosis Record
A
Item
B
C
D
E
F
3
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
Engine type
HPDI
2596 cm3
HPDI
3342 cm3
L3
747 cm3
L4
1741 cm3
1: L4/1741 cm
2: L4/1596 cm3
3: L4/996 cm3
4: L3/747 cm3
L4
2670 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6 Bass
4169 cm3
V6
4169 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
Model name
(L)Z150P
Z150Q
Z175G
Z175H
(L)Z200N
Z200P
Z200Q
Z200R
Z225H
Z240A
Z240B
(L)Z250D
Z250F
(L)Z300A
Z300B
F40F
F30B
F(L)115A
(–’00)
1: F(L)115A (’01–) F(L)150A
2: F75B, F75C,
F(L)150B
F80B, F80C,
F90B, F100D
3: F50F, FT50G,
F60C, FT60D,
F70A
4: F40D, F40G
F(L)200A
F(L)200B
F(L)225A
F(L)200C
F(L)225B
F225C
F(L)250A
F(L)250G
F(L)250B
F200D
F225D
F225G
F250C
F250F
F275A
F(L)225F
F(L)250D
F(L)300B
F(L)300A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)350A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)300A
(’11MY)
F(L)350A
(’11MY)
Diagnosis code
Pulser coil
13
〇
〇
〇
Crank position sensor
14
〇
〇
Thermo sensor
15
〇
〇
Knock sensor
17
TPS
18
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Battery voltage
19
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Atmospheric pressure sensor
22
〇
〇
Air temperature sensor
23
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Cam position sensor (EX)
24
Fuel pressure sensor
25
〇
〇
Injector
26
〇
〇
Water in fuel filter
27
〇
〇
〇
Shift position switch
28
〇
〇
〇
Air pressure sensor
29
Intake air passage
37
Oil pressure sensor
39
Engine shut-off switch
44
Shift cut-off switch
45
〇
〇
〇
Thermoswitch
46
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Overcooling
49
Memory data
59
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Fuel pressure too low
62
VCT (S bank)
68
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
VCT (P bank)
69
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Cam position sensor(S bank IN)
71
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Cam position sensor(P bank IN)
72
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
OCV (S bank)
73
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
OCV (P bank)
74
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
PTT sensor
83
〇
〇
IDM
85
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
(with water
detection
switch)
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
122
Functions by model (Outboard motor)
A
Item
B
C
D
E
F
3
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
Engine type
HPDI
2596 cm3
HPDI
3342 cm3
L3
747 cm3
L4
1741 cm3
1: L4/1741 cm
2: L4/1596 cm3
3: L4/996 cm3
4: L3/747 cm3
L4
2670 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6 Bass
4169 cm3
V6
4169 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
Model name
(L)Z150P
Z150Q
Z175G
Z175H
(L)Z200N
Z200P
Z200Q
Z200R
Z225H
Z240A
Z240B
(L)Z250D
Z250F
(L)Z300A
Z300B
F40F
F30B
F(L)115A
(–’00)
1: F(L)115A (’01–) F(L)150A
2: F75B, F75C,
F(L)150B
F80B, F80C,
F90B, F100D
3: F50F, FT50G,
F60C, FT60D,
F70A
4: F40D, F40G
F(L)200A
F(L)200B
F(L)225A
F(L)200C
F(L)225B
F225C
F(L)250A
F(L)250G
F(L)250B
F200D
F225D
F225G
F250C
F250F
F275A
F(L)225F
F(L)250D
F(L)300B
F(L)300A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)350A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)300A
(’11MY)
F(L)350A
(’11MY)
Diagnosis code
〇
(for models
equipped with
immobilizer)
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
126
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
TPS (ETV)
127
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
TPS (ETV)
128
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
APS (ETV)
131
〇
〇
APS (ETV)
132
〇
〇
APS (ETV)
133
〇
〇
APS (ETV)
134
〇
〇
APS (ETV)
135
〇
〇
SPS
146
〇
〇
〇
〇
SPS
147
〇
〇
〇
〇
SPS
148
〇
〇
〇
〇
SPS
149
〇
〇
〇
〇
SPS
150
〇
〇
〇
〇
SPS
153
〇
〇
〇
〇
SPS
154
〇
〇
〇
〇
SPS
155
〇
〇
〇
〇
Engine-R/C communication
156
〇
〇
〇
〇
Engine-R/C communication
157
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
160
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
161
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
162
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
163
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
164
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
165
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
166
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
167
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
168
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
169
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
170
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
171
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
(for models
equipped with
immobilizer)
〇
(for models
equipped with
immobilizer)
Immobilizer
86
TPS (ETV)
124
〇
TPS (ETV)
125
TPS (ETV)
123
〇
Functions by model (Outboard motor)
A
Item
B
C
D
E
F
3
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
Engine type
HPDI
2596 cm3
HPDI
3342 cm3
L3
747 cm3
L4
1741 cm3
1: L4/1741 cm
2: L4/1596 cm3
3: L4/996 cm3
4: L3/747 cm3
L4
2670 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6 Bass
4169 cm3
V6
4169 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
Model name
(L)Z150P
Z150Q
Z175G
Z175H
(L)Z200N
Z200P
Z200Q
Z200R
Z225H
Z240A
Z240B
(L)Z250D
Z250F
(L)Z300A
Z300B
F40F
F30B
F(L)115A
(–’00)
1: F(L)115A (’01–) F(L)150A
2: F75B, F75C,
F(L)150B
F80B, F80C,
F90B, F100D
3: F50F, FT50G,
F60C, FT60D,
F70A
4: F40D, F40G
F(L)200A
F(L)200B
F(L)225A
F(L)200C
F(L)225B
F225C
F(L)250A
F(L)250G
F(L)250B
F200D
F225D
F225G
F250C
F250F
F275A
F(L)225F
F(L)250D
F(L)300B
F(L)300A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)350A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)300A
(’11MY)
F(L)350A
(’11MY)
Diagnosis code
Remote control system
172
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
173
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
174
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
175
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
176
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
177
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
178
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
179
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
180
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
181
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
183
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
184
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
186
〇
〇
〇
〇
Remote control system
187
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
112
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
113
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
114
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
115
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
116
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
117
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
118
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
119
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
121
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
122
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
123
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
129
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
136
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
137
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
138
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
139
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
141
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
142
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
143
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
144
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
145
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
124
Functions by model (Outboard motor)
Engine Record
A
B
C
D
E
F
3
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
Engine type
HPDI
2596 cm3
HPDI
3342 cm3
L3
747 cm3
L4
1741 cm3
1: L4/1741 cm
2: L4/1596 cm3
3: L4/996 cm3
4: L3/747 cm3
L4
2670 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6 Bass
4169 cm3
V6
4169 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
Model name
(L)Z150P
Z150Q
Z175G
Z175H
(L)Z200N
Z200P
Z200Q
Z200R
Z225H
Z240A
Z240B
(L)Z250D
Z250F
(L)Z300A
Z300B
F40F
F30B
F(L)115A
(–’00)
1: F(L)115A (’01–) F(L)150A
2: F75B, F75C,
F(L)150B
F80B, F80C,
F90B, F100D
3: F50F, FT50G,
F60C, FT60D,
F70A
4: F40D, F40G
F(L)200A
F(L)200B
F(L)225A
F(L)200C
F(L)225B
F225C
F(L)250A
F(L)250G
F(L)250B
F200D
F225D
F225G
F250C
F250F
F275A
F(L)225F
F(L)250D
F(L)300B
F(L)300A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)350A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)300A
(’11MY)
F(L)350A
(’11MY)
Item
Unit
Engine speed (max.)
r/min
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Fuel pressure (min.)
MPa
〇
Over-rev. control record
(time of occurrence)
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Overheat record
(time of occurrence)
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Low oil pressure count
times
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Knock control count
times
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
I
J
K
L
M
Engine operating hours
A
Engine speed
B
C
D
E
F
3
G
H
Engine type
HPDI
2596 cm3
HPDI
3342 cm3
L3
747 cm3
L4
1741 cm3
1: L4/1741 cm
2: L4/1596 cm3
3: L4/996 cm3
4: L3/747 cm3
L4
2670 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6 Bass
4169 cm3
V6
4169 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
Model name
(L)Z150P
Z150Q
Z175G
Z175H
(L)Z200N
Z200P
Z200Q
Z200R
Z225H
Z240A
Z240B
(L)Z250D
Z250F
(L)Z300A
Z300B
F40F
F30B
F(L)115A
(–’00)
1: F(L)115A (’01–) F(L)150A
2: F75B, F75C,
F(L)150B
F80B, F80C,
F90B, F100D
3: F50F, FT50G,
F60C, FT60D,
F70A
4: F40D, F40G
F(L)200A
F(L)200B
F(L)225A
F(L)200C
F(L)225B
F225C
F(L)250A
F(L)250G
F(L)250B
F200D
F225D
F225G
F250C
F250F
F275A
F(L)225F
F(L)250D
F(L)300B
F(L)300A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)350A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)300A
(’11MY)
F(L)350A
(’11MY)
Operating hours
– 1000 r/min
h
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
1000 – 2000 r/min
2000 – 3000 r/min
h
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
h
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
3000 – 4000 r/min
4000 – 5000 r/min
h
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
h
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
5000 – 6000 r/min
6000 – 7000 r/min
h
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
h
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Total operating hours
h
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
125
Functions by model (Outboard motor)
Engine Monitor
A
Item
D
E
F
3
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
HPDI
2596 cm3
HPDI
3342 cm3
L3
747 cm3
L4
1741 cm3
1: L4/1741 cm
2: L4/1596 cm3
3: L4/996 cm3
4: L3/747 cm3
L4
2670 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6 Bass
4169 cm3
V6
4169 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
Model name
(L)Z150P
Z150Q
Z175G
Z175H
(L)Z200N
Z200P
Z200Q
Z200R
Z225H
Z240A
Z240B
(L)Z250D
Z250F
(L)Z300A
Z300B
F40F
F30B
F(L)115A
(–’00)
1: F(L)115A (’01–) F(L)150A
2: F75B, F75C,
F(L)150B
F80B, F80C,
F90B, F100D
3: F50F, FT50G,
F60C, FT60D,
F70A
4: F40D, F40G
F(L)200A
F(L)200B
F(L)225A
F(L)200C
F(L)225B
F225C
F(L)250A
F(L)250G
F(L)250B
F200D
F225D
F225G
F250C
F250F
F275A
F(L)225F
F(L)250D
F(L)300B
F(L)300A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)350A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)300A
(’11MY)
F(L)350A
(’11MY)
Unit/state
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
kPa
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
inHg
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
r/min
Intake air pressure
Intake air pressure
Throttle valve opening angle
C
Engine type
Engine speed
TPS1
B
〇
〇
V
〇
〇
〇
deg
〇
〇
〇
〇
TPS2
V
〇
APS1
V
〇
〇
APS2
V
〇
〇
Throttle request
%
〇
〇
〇
〇
LPS (main)
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
LPS (sub)
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
LPS_PORT (main)
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
LPS_PORT (sub)
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
LPS_STBD (main)
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
LPS_STBD (sub)
〇
〇
〇
〇
Active remote control
V
–
〇
〇
〇
〇
SPS1
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
SPS2
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
Shift request
%
〇
〇
〇
〇
Fuel pressure
Mpa
〇
〇
Fuel pressure
psi
〇
〇
Atmospheric pressure
hPa
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Atmospheric pressure
inHg
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Fuel injection duration
ms
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Ignition timing
deg
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Cooling water temperature
℃
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Cooling water temperature
℉
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Engine temperature
℃
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Engine temperature
℉
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Intake air temperature
℃
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Intake air temperature
℉
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Battery voltage
126
Functions by model (Outboard motor)
A
Item
B
C
D
E
F
3
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
Engine type
HPDI
2596 cm3
HPDI
3342 cm3
L3
747 cm3
L4
1741 cm3
1: L4/1741 cm
2: L4/1596 cm3
3: L4/996 cm3
4: L3/747 cm3
L4
2670 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6 Bass
4169 cm3
V6
4169 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
Model name
(L)Z150P
Z150Q
Z175G
Z175H
(L)Z200N
Z200P
Z200Q
Z200R
Z225H
Z240A
Z240B
(L)Z250D
Z250F
(L)Z300A
Z300B
F40F
F30B
F(L)115A
(–’00)
1: F(L)115A (’01–) F(L)150A
2: F75B, F75C,
F(L)150B
F80B, F80C,
F90B, F100D
3: F50F, FT50G,
F60C, FT60D,
F70A
4: F40D, F40G
F(L)200A
F(L)200B
F(L)225A
F(L)200C
F(L)225B
F225C
F(L)250A
F(L)250G
F(L)250B
F200D
F225D
F225G
F250C
F250F
F275A
F(L)225F
F(L)250D
F(L)300B
F(L)300A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)350A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)300A
(’11MY)
F(L)350A
(’11MY)
Unit/state
Oil pressure
kPa
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Oil pressure
psi
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Intake cam timing (S bank)
deg
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Intake cam timing (P bank)
deg
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
PTT sensor
V
O2 sensor
V
ISC valve opening angle
%
Oil plunger pump discharge
Low/High
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Cooling water pressure
kPa
〇
〇
Cooling water pressure
psi
〇
〇
Speed
km/h
〇
〇
Speed
mph
〇
〇
Cylinder #1 firing state
Yes/No
〇
〇
Cylinder #2 firing state
Yes/No
〇
〇
Cylinder #3 firing state
Yes/No
〇
〇
Cylinder #4 firing state
Yes/No
〇
〇
Cylinder #5 firing state
Yes/No
〇
〇
Cylinder #6 firing state
Yes/No
〇
〇
Starter relay
ON/OFF
〇
〇
Engine shut-off switch
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Shift position switch
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Shift position judgment
ON/OFF
Multi-engine system
ON/OFF
Shift cut-off switch
ON/OFF
Shift cut-off
ON/OFF
Thermoswitch
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
Main switch
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
R/C ECM signal
ON/OFF
Main switch signal
ON/OFF
Start/stop button
ON/OFF
〇
〇
Possibility to start
ON/OFF
〇
〇
Main relay
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV relay
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Fuel pump relay
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Shift actuator relay
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
127
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Functions by model (Outboard motor)
A
Item
B
C
D
E
F
3
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
Engine type
HPDI
2596 cm3
HPDI
3342 cm3
L3
747 cm3
L4
1741 cm3
1: L4/1741 cm
2: L4/1596 cm3
3: L4/996 cm3
4: L3/747 cm3
L4
2670 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6 Bass
4169 cm3
V6
4169 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
Model name
(L)Z150P
Z150Q
Z175G
Z175H
(L)Z200N
Z200P
Z200Q
Z200R
Z225H
Z240A
Z240B
(L)Z250D
Z250F
(L)Z300A
Z300B
F40F
F30B
F(L)115A
(–’00)
1: F(L)115A (’01–) F(L)150A
2: F75B, F75C,
F(L)150B
F80B, F80C,
F90B, F100D
3: F50F, FT50G,
F60C, FT60D,
F70A
4: F40D, F40G
F(L)200A
F(L)200B
F(L)225A
F(L)200C
F(L)225B
F225C
F(L)250A
F(L)250G
F(L)250B
F200D
F225D
F225G
F250C
F250F
F275A
F(L)225F
F(L)250D
F(L)300B
F(L)300A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)350A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)300A
(’11MY)
F(L)350A
(’11MY)
Unit/state
Free throttle switch
ON/OFF
〇
PTT switch UP
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
PTT switch DOWN
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
Over-rev. control release lead
ON/OFF
Oil pressure switch
ON/OFF
Water detection switch
ON/OFF
〇
〇
Oil level switch (remote tank)
ON/OFF
〇
〇
Oil level switch1(engine tank)
ON/OFF
〇
〇
Oil level switch2(engine tank)
ON/OFF
〇
〇
Oil level switch3(engine tank)
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
(with water
detection
switch)
128
〇
Functions by model (Outboard motor)
Component Test
A
Stationary Test Item
B
C
D
E
F
3
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
Engine type
HPDI
2596 cm3
HPDI
3342 cm3
L3
747 cm3
L4
1741 cm3
1: L4/1741 cm
2: L4/1596 cm3
3: L4/996 cm3
4: L3/747 cm3
L4
2670 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6 Bass
4169 cm3
V6
4169 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
Model name
(L)Z150P
Z150Q
Z175G
Z175H
(L)Z200N
Z200P
Z200Q
Z200R
Z225H
Z240A
Z240B
(L)Z250D
Z250F
(L)Z300A
Z300B
F40F
F30B
F(L)115A
(–’00)
1: F(L)115A (’01–) F(L)150A
2: F75B, F75C,
F(L)150B
F80B, F80C,
F90B, F100D
3: F50F, FT50G,
F60C, FT60D,
F70A
4: F40D, F40G
F(L)200A
F(L)200B
F(L)225A
F(L)200C
F(L)225B
F225C
F(L)250A
F(L)250G
F(L)250B
F200D
F225D
F225G
F250C
F250F
F275A
F(L)225F
F(L)250D
F(L)300B
F(L)300A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)350A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)300A
(’11MY)
F(L)350A
(’11MY)
Test type
Activate ignition coil #1
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Activate ignition coil #2
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Activate ignition coil #3
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Activate ignition coil #4
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Activate ignition coil #5
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Activate ignition coil #6
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Activate ignition coil #7
Activation test
〇
〇
Activate ignition coil #8
Activation test
〇
〇
Activate ignition coil: #1 & 4
Activation test
〇
〇
Activate ignition coil: #2 & 3
Activation test
〇
〇
Activate ignition coil: #2 & 5
Activation test
〇
Activate ignition coil: #3 & 6
Activation test
〇
Activate injector #1
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Activate injector #2
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Activate injector #3
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Activate injector #4
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Activate injector #5
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Activate injector #6
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Activate injector #7
Activation test
〇
〇
Activate injector #8
Activation test
〇
〇
Activate injectors #1 & #4
Activation test
〇
Activate injectors #2 & #3
Activation test
〇
Activate injectors #2 & #5
Activation test
〇
Activate injectors #3 & #6
Activation test
〇
Activate electric fuel pump
Activation test
Activate low-press. fuel pump
Activation test
Activate oil plunger pump
Activation test
Activate ISC valve
Activation test
Activate OCV (S bank)
Activate OCV (P bank)
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
129
〇
Functions by model (Outboard motor)
A
Active Test Item
B
C
D
E
F
3
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
Engine type
HPDI
2596 cm3
HPDI
3342 cm3
L3
747 cm3
L4
1741 cm3
1: L4/1741 cm
2: L4/1596 cm3
3: L4/996 cm3
4: L3/747 cm3
L4
2670 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6 Bass
4169 cm3
V6
4169 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
Model name
(L)Z150P
Z150Q
Z175G
Z175H
(L)Z200N
Z200P
Z200Q
Z200R
Z225H
Z240A
Z240B
(L)Z250D
Z250F
(L)Z300A
Z300B
F40F
F30B
F(L)115A
(–’00)
1: F(L)115A (’01–) F(L)150A
2: F75B, F75C,
F(L)150B
F80B, F80C,
F90B, F100D
3: F50F, FT50G,
F60C, FT60D,
F70A
4: F40D, F40G
F(L)200A
F(L)200B
F(L)225A
F(L)200C
F(L)225B
F225C
F(L)250A
F(L)250G
F(L)250B
F200D
F225D
F225G
F250C
F250F
F275A
F(L)225F
F(L)250D
F(L)300B
F(L)300A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)350A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)300A
(’11MY)
F(L)350A
(’11MY)
Test type
Drop cylinder #1
Drop test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Drop cylinder #2
Drop test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Drop cylinder #3
Drop test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Drop cylinder #4
Drop test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Drop cylinder #5
Drop test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Drop cylinder #6
Drop test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Drop cylinder #7
Drop test
〇
〇
Drop cylinder #8
Drop test
〇
〇
Fully open ISC valve
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
〇
Fix ISC valve opening angle
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
〇
130
Functions by model (Outboard motor)
Logger Graph
A
Item
B
C
D
E
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
Engine type
HPDI
2596 cm3
HPDI
3342 cm3
L3
747 cm3
L4
1741 cm3
1: L4/1741 cm
2: L4/1596 cm3
3: L4/996 cm3
4: L3/747 cm3
L4
2670 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6 Bass
4169 cm3
V6
4169 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
Model name
(L)Z150P
Z150Q
Z175G
Z175H
(L)Z200N
Z200P
Z200Q
Z200R
Z225H
Z240A
Z240B
(L)Z250D
Z250F
(L)Z300A
Z300B
F40F
F30B
F(L)115A
(–’00)
1: F(L)115A (’01–) F(L)150A
2: F75B, F75C,
F(L)150B
F80B, F80C,
F90B, F100D
3: F50F, FT50G,
F60C, FT60D,
F70A
4: F40D, F40G
F(L)200A
F(L)200B
F(L)225A
F(L)200C
F(L)225B
F225C
F(L)250A
F(L)250G
F(L)250B
F200D
F225D
F225G
F250C
F250F
F275A
F(L)225F
F(L)250D
F(L)300B
F(L)300A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)350A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)300A
(’11MY)
F(L)350A
(’11MY)
Unit/state
Engine speed
r/min
〇
〇
Fuel pressure
Mpa
〇
〇
Battery voltage
V
〇
O2 sensor voltage
V
〇
TPS
V
Cooling water temperature
℃
Engine temperature
℃
Intake air pressure
kPa
〇
〇
Oil pressure switch
ON/OFF
〇
〇
Oil pressure
F
3
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
kPa
Throttle request
%
〇
〇
〇
〇
SPS
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
131
Functions by model (Outboard motor)
ECM Rec Graph
A
Item
B
C
D
E
F
3
G
H
I
J
L
M
Engine type
HPDI
2596 cm3
HPDI
3342 cm3
L3
747 cm3
L4
1741 cm3
1: L4/1741 cm
2: L4/1596 cm3
3: L4/996 cm3
4: L3/747 cm3
L4
2670 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6 Bass
4169 cm3
V6
4169 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
Model name
(L)Z150P
Z150Q
Z175G
Z175H
(L)Z200N
Z200P
Z200Q
Z200R
Z225H
Z240A
Z240B
(L)Z250D
Z250F
(L)Z300A
Z300B
F40F
F30B
F(L)115A
(–’00)
1: F(L)115A (’01–) F(L)150A
2: F75B, F75C,
F(L)150B
F80B, F80C,
F90B, F100D
3: F50F, FT50G,
F60C, FT60D,
F70A
4: F40D, F40G
F(L)200A
F(L)200B
F(L)225A
F(L)200C
F(L)225B
F225C
F(L)250A
F(L)250G
F(L)250B
F200D
F225D
F225G
F250C
F250F
F275A
F(L)225F
F(L)250D
F(L)300B
F(L)300A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)350A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)300A
(’11MY)
F(L)350A
(’11MY)
Unit/state
r/min
〇
APS1
V
〇
〇
APS2
V
〇
〇
TPS1
V
〇
〇
TPS2
V
〇
〇
Throttle request
%
Engine speed
K
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
kPa
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Battery voltage
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Target TPS voltage
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Ref. TPS voltage
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Ref. APS voltage
V
〇
Target TPS voltage for ISC
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Total hours of operation
h
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Trigger
h
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Cord
–
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Engine stop mode
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Engine start mode
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
SW-activated engine stop mode
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Engine shut-off switch
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Main relay
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV relay
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Overheat alert
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Low oil pressure alert
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Intake air pressure
132
〇
Functions by model (Outboard motor)
Boat System and Maintenance
A
Item
B
C
D
E
F
3
G
H
I
K
L
M
Engine type
HPDI
2596 cm3
HPDI
3342 cm3
L3
747 cm3
L4
1741 cm3
1: L4/1741 cm
2: L4/1596 cm3
3: L4/996 cm3
4: L3/747 cm3
L4
2670 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6
3352 cm3
V6 Bass
4169 cm3
V6
4169 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
V8
5330 cm3
Model name
(L)Z150P
Z150Q
Z175G
Z175H
(L)Z200N
Z200P
Z200Q
Z200R
Z225H
Z240A
Z240B
(L)Z250D
Z250F
(L)Z300A
Z300B
F40F
F30B
F(L)115A
(–’00)
1: F(L)115A (’01–) F(L)150A
2: F
75B, F75C,
F(L)150B
F80B, F80C,
F90B, F100D
3: F
50F, FT50G,
F60C, FT60D,
F70A
4: F
40D, F40G
F(L)200A
F(L)200B
F(L)225A
F(L)200C
F(L)225B
F225C
F(L)250A
F(L)250G
F(L)250B
F200D
F225D
F225G
F250C
F250F
F275A
F(L)225F
F(L)250D
F(L)300B
F(L)300A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)350A
(’08–’10MY)
F(L)300A
(’11MY)
F(L)350A
(’11MY)
Setting state
Tilt Limiter
Set/Reset
R/C Reset
Reset
〇
Record
〇
Oil Chan Rec
J
133
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Watercraft
Watercraft
Abbreviation
The following abbreviations are used in this Instruction Manual and on the YAMAHA Diagnostic System screen.
While not included in this table, some names displayed on the YAMAHA Diagnostic System screen have a restriction on the numbers of characters,
and are therefore abbreviated.
Abbreviation
Abbreviation
Description
Abbreviation
APS
Accelerator Position Sensor
IN
ECM
Electronic Control Module
ETV
Electronic Throttle Valve
EX
Exhaust
Description
Abbreviation
Description
Intake
TPS
Throttle Position Sensor
ISC
Idle Speed Control
YDIS
YAMAHA Diagnostic System
OTS
Off-throttle steering system
YPVS
Yamaha Power Valve
System
R
Reverse
Contents
Contents
Introduction.....................................................................................................1
1. Features............................................................................................ 1
1-1. Functions by data transmission type.................................................. 2
1-2. Transmission Method......................................................................... 4
■■ K-Line......................................................................................... 4
1-3. Newly added functions....................................................................... 5
■■ Input Setting................................................................................ 5
■■ Logging. ..................................................................................... 6
2. Compositions of the tool....................................................................9
3. Hardware requirements................................................................... 10
4. Compatible models.......................................................................... 12
5. Languages...................................................................................... 13
Installation.....................................................................................................14
1. Before installation............................................................................ 14
2. Installing the YAMAHA Diagnostic System........................................ 15
Connecting the computer to the watercraft...............................................22
1. Basic connections...........................................................................23
2. When logging..................................................................................24
3. When viewing input values using external devices............................25
Starting the YAMAHA Diagnostic System...................................................27
Quitting the YAMAHA Diagnostic System..................................................28
Screen specifications...................................................................................29
1. Standard screen..............................................................................29
1-1.
1-2.
1-3.
1-4.
Title area......................................................................................... 29
Status area..................................................................................... 30
Main area........................................................................................ 30
Button area......................................................................................31
2. Sub screen...................................................................................... 31
Common operations.....................................................................................32
1. Selecting the display items...............................................................32
1-1. Display items................................................................................... 32
1-2. Display order................................................................................... 34
2. Setting the graph properties.............................................................35
2-1. Display range.................................................................................. 36
2-2. Display colors.................................................................................. 38
3. Saving data..................................................................................... 41
3-1. Data save........................................................................................41
3-2. Data export..................................................................................... 42
4. System Info. button..........................................................................43
5. Message button...............................................................................44
6. Back button.....................................................................................44
Update...........................................................................................................45
Setting...........................................................................................................47
Engine...........................................................................................................48
1. Diagnosis........................................................................................48
1-1. Diagnosis........................................................................................ 50
1-2. Diagnosis Record............................................................................ 52
■■ Deleting diagnosis record in the ECM. ....................................... 54
1-3. Engine operating hours.................................................................... 55
2. Engine Monitor................................................................................56
2-1. Digital Display.................................................................................. 57
2-2. Graph Display.................................................................................. 58
■■ Saving graph data..................................................................... 59
2-3. Input Setting.....................................................................................61
3. Component Test..............................................................................63
3-1. Stationary Test................................................................................ 63
■■ Ignition coil activation test.......................................................... 65
■■ Injector activation test................................................................ 67
■■ Electric fuel pump activation test................................................ 68
■■ Stepping motor activation test. .................................................. 69
■■ Bypass valve motor activation test............................................. 70
■■ YPVS activation test. .................................................................71
3-2. Active Test...................................................................................... 72
■■ Cylinder drop test...................................................................... 73
4. Data Logger....................................................................................74
4-1. Logger graph................................................................................... 74
4-2. ECM Record graph.......................................................................... 76
4-3. Logging........................................................................................... 80
■■ Clearing data from the adapter...................................................81
■■ Record Setting.......................................................................... 82
■■ Displaying data in a graph. ........................................................ 85
Watercraft
Off-line...........................................................................................................86
Appendix.......................................................................................................88
1. Setting the desktop area..................................................................88
2. Uninstalling the YAMAHA Diagnostic System....................................90
3. Troubleshooting............................................................................... 91
Functions by model (Watercraft).................................................................92
Introduction
Introduction
The YAMAHA Diagnostic System uses precision fault diagnosis to offer better serviceability at a time when there is increasing demand for service tools
for electronically controlled products. It provides quick, reliable, safe, and reasonable service, and is intended to obtain customer satisfaction.The
YAMAHA Diagnostic System features updated software and expanded tool functions that allow it to respond to new models and technologies,
maintaining compatibility with regulations.
111 Features
YAMAHA Diagnostic System Version 2.00 covers most of the functions of the Version 1 series. (Not interchangeable)
New functions of Input Settings and Logging have been added.
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11111 Functions by data transmission type
Composition and function-specific characteristics of YAMAHA Diagnostic System Version 2.00 are as per the list below.
Menu
Top Menu
Start
Main Menu
Engine
2nd-level
Menu
Diagnosis
Primary Function
What You Can Do
3rd-level
Menu
Diagnosis
Displays results of current fault diagnosis.
Diagnosis
Record
Displays a history of fault diagnosis recorded
in the ECM.
Engine
Record(*1)
Displays the engine state recorded in the
ECM.
Identify abnormalities.
Check the engine trouble history.
Engine
Displays operating hours by RPM.
operating
hours by RPM
Check the history of engine usage.
Digital Display Displays ECM data numerically.
Graph Display Displays ECM data in graph form.
Check the current operating state of the
engine.
Input Setting
Settings to display data from connected
external devices on YDIS screen.
View data from external devices on YDIS.
Component Stationery
Test
Test
Performs an operational test of each
component with the engine stopped.
Check functioning of each component.
Active Test
Performs an operational test of each
component with the engine running.
Engine
Monitor
Comparison
to Version
1.33
New
(*1) The following functions are not available in watercrafts: CAN Information, Boat System, Maintenance, Engine Record, and unit selection in the Setting.
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Menu
Top Menu
Start
Main Menu
Engine
Boat System
(*1)
2nd-level
Menu
Data
Logger
Primary Function
What You Can Do
3rd-level
Menu
Record Set
Displays a graph of past data recorded in the Check the past operating state of the engine.
ECM.
Show Data
Displays a graph of data recorded before
and after troubles.
Logging
Displays a graph of data recorded on the
adapter.
Tilt Limiter
Sets the tilt angle when the outboard motor
is tilted up.
R/C System Reset
Returns connection between the outboard
motor and the Digital Electronic Control to
default settings.
Maintenance Engine oil change record
(*1)
Comparison
to Version
1.33
New
Configure systems.
Records oil change history.
Manage oil change history.
Update
Update database.
Update database.
Setting(*1)
Sets the language and units displayed on
YDIS screen.
Switch of screen displays.
Off Line
Displays data saved on the computer, when
the ECM is disconnected.
Check data saved on computer without
connecting to ECM.
CAN
Communication List
Information
(*1)
Bus Statistics
Displays quality of CAN system device
connection and transmission.
Distinguish the type of device connected.
Displays the transmission load ratio for the
CAN system.
Check whether devices are connected
correctly.
New
New
(*1) The following functions are not available in watercrafts: CAN Information, Boat System, Maintenance, Engine Record, and unit selection in the Setting.
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Introduction
11111 Transmission Method
YAMAHA Diagnostic System Version 2.00 uses the same transmission method as used in the YAMAHA Diagnostic System Version 1 series, with a
transmission harness connected to the watercraft.
■■K-Line
K-Line is the same transmission method as used in the Version 1 series, with a transmission harness connected to the water vehicle.
K-Line connections can use functions other than CAN Information and unit selection in the Setting.
a
b
c
a Computer
b Adapter
c Watercraft
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Introduction
11111 Newly added functions
■■ Input Setting
Connect external devices such as A/F and fuel pressure sensors, and specify equipment names and units to enable display on the Engine Monitor and
logging of these values.
This can convert voltage values input from external devices to arbitrary values, and input these as 4ch. Channels 1–3 support input voltage of 0–5 V,
and channel 4 supports input voltage of 0–20 V.
Please use commercially-available external devices.
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Introduction
■■Logging
With the YAMAHA Diagnostic System Version 2.00, you can record data in the adapter. After configuring recording properties in the adapter while the
computer and engine are connected, removing the USB cable from the adapter records data in the adapter. These data can be displayed in graph form
on the YAMAHA Diagnostic System monitor.
With this system, the computer and engine are not connected during logging. Accordingly, because operating conditions can be recorded by placing
the adapter inside the engine room, it will be easier to reproduce trouble conditions, and to investigate the causes of any faults.
•• Removing the USB cable connected to the computer from the adapter starts recording. Connecting the USB cable to the adapter stops recording.
•• Recording normal data (while in default condition) enables comparison with fault data, and makes it easier to investigate causes of faults.
•• In the future, addition of the function by which logging can be stopped through use of the trigger switch harness and switch extension harness is
expected.
Conceptual diagram of Logging
a
d
b
e
b
c
b
c
f
a Disconnect the USB cable from the adapter.
b Recording (engine speed: 500 r/min or more)
d Connect the USB cable to the adapter.
e Fault occurs.
c Stop recording (engine speed: less than 500 r/min) f Adapter recording status
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•• The adapter is able to record data in 1.6 MB of memory under preconfigured conditions.
•• The green LED on the adapter indicates the power status. The red LED indicates it is recording.
•• During operation, the adapter is supplied power from the engine. If the engine is stopped while the adapter is recording, then the rechargeable
battery within the adapter will perform a backup. (Guaranteed for 48 hours with the battery charged for an hour)
•• If the internal battery becomes depleted, recorded data will be deleted. Accordingly, before this happens save the data or connect the adapter to
the engine and recharge the battery.
•• During logging, ensure the waterproof cap is on the USB cable port.
d
c
a
b
a Red LED
b Green LED
c Waterproof cap
d USB cable
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Introduction
Adapter LED lighting patterns
LED Status
Adapter Status
(Normal logging condition)
Description
Green LED
Red LED
□□□□□□□□
(OFF)
□□□□□□□□
(OFF)
Normal
Power OFF
The adapter is not being supplied with power.
■■■■■■■■
(ON)
■■■■■■■■
(ON)
Normal
Normal logging not set
Data recording completed
Connected to computer
If normal logging is not being used, if recording is
completed, or if connected to the computer.
■■■■■■■■
(ON)
■■□□■■□□
(0.5 sec. ON, 0.5 sec. OFF)
Normal
Recording data
If engine speed is 500 r/min or more, and communication
established with the engine ECM.
■■■■■■■■
(ON)
■■■■□□□□
(1 sec. ON, 1 sec. OFF)
Normal
Stopping data recording
If engine speed is less than 500 r/min, and
communication established with the engine ECM.
■■■■■■■■
(ON)
■■□□■■□□
(0.05 sec. ON, 0.05 sec. OFF)
llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll
Abnormal Transmission error
(0.05 sec. ON, 0.05 sec. OFF)
□□□□□□□□
(OFF)
Abnormal Adapter firmware (internal
software) abnormality
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If communications cannot be established with the engine
ECM.
Cause:
The engine power is OFF.
The transmission harness or USB cable is disconnected.
Connected to a different engine to that set for recording.
Response:
Check the harness, cables, and other connections.
Error in updating the adapter firmware (internal software).
Cause:
Data erased, or a USB cable removed while setting
recorded values, etc.
Response:
Close YAMAHA Diagnostic System, check connections,
then restart.
Introduction
222 Compositions of the tool
YAMAHA Diagnostic System Version 2.00 is made up of 10 components.
h
a
e
b
i
f
c
d
g
j
a CD-ROM (software + Instruction Manual) f K-Line harness
b Adapter
g AD harness (for external input)
c Adapter cap
h Power supply harness
d USB cable(5 m)
e CAN-Line harness
i Trigger switch harness
j Trigger switch extension harness
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Introduction
333 Hardware requirements
It is recommended that the computer upon which this software will be installed meets the following conditions.
PC:
IBM PC/AT compatible PC with a Microsoft Windows Operating System.
Operating system:
Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP3 (32 bit), Windows Vista Business SP2 (32 bit), Windows 7 Professional SP1 (32 bit/64 bit)
CPU:
Windows XP: Pentium, 1 GHz or higher
Windows Vista: Intel processor, 1.6 GHz or higher
Windows 7 (32 bit): 1.6 GHz or higher 32-bit (x 86) processor
Windows 7 (64 bit): 1.6 GHz or higher 64-bit (x 64) processor
Memory:
Windows XP: 512 MB or more
Windows Vista: 1 GB or more
Windows 7 (32 bit): 1 GB or more
Windows 7 (64 bit): 2 GB or more
Hard disk free space:
Windows XP: 1.5 GB or more
Windows Vista: 15 GB or more
Windows 7 (32 bit): 16 GB or more
Windows 7 (64 bit): 20 GB or more
Drive:
CD or DVD-capable drive
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Display:
XGA (1024 x 768 pixels) or more, 16.7 million or more colors
Input devices:
Mouse, keyboard, and touch panel that are compatible with the operating systems mentioned above
Communication port:
USB port (USB 2.0 or 1.1)
Printer:
Compatible with the operating systems mentioned above
•• Operating speed may drop, depending on your computer.
•• The amount of memory and hard disk space may differ depending on your system environment. Using this system when there is little hard disk
space available may cause memory shortages and other troubles.
•• Some functions may not operate correctly even when used on computers using one of the compatible operating systems due to limitations
applied by a computer manufacturer.
•• Use a small font as a system font.
•• Before starting the YAMAHA Diagnostic System every first time after turning on the computer, quit any other applications that are running.
•• Do not use the screen saver, power saving, or stand-by function.
Communication may be cut off and YAMAHA Diagnostic System reset may be required.
•• Only one device (one computer to one adapter) can be tested, even when multiple adapters are connected to multiple USB ports on the
computer.
•• Be sure to end this program if the login user is changed.
•• Do not use a USB hub.
•• Starting this software base may cause the adapter firmware to update.
•• Do not change the screen size when using this software.
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Introduction
444 Compatible models
This software is compatible with the following models:
Engine code
60E
6B6
6B5
6P6
60T
Model name
Sales name
Model year Model group (*1)
’02MY
FX1000(A) (F1B)
FX, FX Cruiser
FX1000(A) (F1Y)
FX, FX Cruiser
’06–’08MY
FX1100(A) (F1S)
FX HO, FX Cruise HO
’04–’05MY
FX1100(A) (F1X)
FX HO, FX Cruise HO
’06–’08MY
SRT1000(A, B, C) (F1C)
SX230, SR230, AR230
’03–’06MY
SXT1100(A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H) (F2A)
AR230 High Output, SX230 High Output
’07–’09MY
FAT1100(A, B) (F2G)
212X, 212SS
’08–’11MY
GP1300 (F1G)
GP1300R
’03–’08MY
’03–’05MY
VX1100(A, B, C) (F1K)
VX, VX Sport, VX Deluxe, VX Cruiser
’05–’08MY
VX1100(A, B, C) (F2L)
VX, VX Sport, VX Deluxe, VX Cruiser
’09MY
VX1100(A, B, C) (F2N)
VX Sport, VX Deluxe, VX Cruiser
’10–’12MY
FRT1100(A, B, C) (F1T)
AR210, SX210
’06–’11MY
LAT1100(A, B) (F2K)
AR210, SX210
’12MY
FX1800(A) (F1W)
FX SHO, FX Cruise SHO
’08–’11MY
GX1800 (F2R)
FZR
’09–’12MY
GX1800A (F2C)
FZS
’09–’12MY
6BH
FY1800(A) (F2H)
FX HO, FX Cruise HO
’09–’11MY
6CN
VX1800(A) (F2M)
VXS (VX-18S), VXR (VX-18R)
’11–’12MY
6AA (*2)
FX1100(A) (F1X)
FX HO, FX Cruise HO
’07–’08MY
SXT1100(A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H) (F2A)
AR230 High Output, SX230 High Output
’08–’09MY
FAT1100(A, B) (F2G)
212X, 212SS
’08–’10MY
6CS
FA1800(A) (F2S)
FX SHO, FX Cruise SHO
’12MY
6CR
FB1800(A) (F2T)
FX HO, FX Cruise HO
’12MY
SXT1800(A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J) (F2D)
AR240 High Output, 242 Limited S, SX240 High Output, 242 limited
’10–’12MY
XAT1800(A, B, C) (F2J)
212X, 212SS
’12MY
RX1800(A, B, C, D) (F3A)
AR190, SX190
’12MY
6D3
6BU
6S8
6S5
6AN
6AB (*2)
6AP
6CW
(*1) For details of each model group, see “Functions by model (Watercraft)”
(*2) With catalytic converter
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A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
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Introduction
Previously sold models that are compatible with the YAMAHA Diagnostic System can also be used with Version 2.00.
555 Languages
This software supports the following languages:
English, French, Spanish, and Japanese
Blank spaces are left so that other languages can be added as it becomes necessary in the future.
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Installation
Installation
This section provides information on installing the YAMAHA Diagnostic System on your computer.
This explanation assumes that you are installing in a Windows 7 environment. Where necessary, screenshots from Windows XP or Windows Vista will
be used.
111 Before installation
To use the YAMAHA Diagnostic System, the required component and device drivers must be installed at the same time as the Diagnostic System.
These will be installed automatically by the installer. Required components: [. NET Framework 3.5 SP1] or later, [Windows Installer3.1] or later.
The required components are pre-installed in Windows 7.
Before installing the YAMAHA Diagnostic System, make sure that your computer meets the specified requirements.
For detailed information on the system requirements, see “Hardware requirements.”
Start installation without the adapter connected to the computer, and then connect the adapter to the computer when installing the device drivers.
It is strongly recommended that you quit all other programs before running the installer.
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Installation
222 Installing the YAMAHA Diagnostic System
Install in the following order: Install required components e Install YAMAHA Diagnostic System
e Install device drivers
For Windows 7, the required components are already installed, so begin by installing
the YAMAHA Diagnostic System.
111
222
333
444
555
Turn on your computer.
Insert the YAMAHA Diagnostic System CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive of the
computer.
Double-click the Computer (My Computer) icon, and then the CD-ROM drive
icon to start up the installer.
If installing on a 32-bit OS, double-click the folder labeled [32bitEdition].
If installing on a 64-bit OS, double-click the folder labeled [64bitEdition].
Double-click the [setup] icon.
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Installation
666
777
The installer will automatically install the required components if they are not
installed. If these components are already installed, proceed to step 8.
The License agreement screen will appear. If you accept the terms of the
agreement, click [Accept] to continue.
•• If a dialog box prompting you to restart the computer appears, click [Yes] to
restart the computer.
•• If you are using Windows Vista and the User Account Control dialog box
appears, click [Continue] to continue.
•• In the following cases, an error message will appear and the installation will be
canceled.
• When attempting to install the 32-bit version on a 64-bit version of Windows 7.
• When attempting to install the 64-bit version on a 32-bit version of Windows XP,
Windows Vista, or Windows 7.
888
The YAMAHA DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM2 Setup Wizard appears. Click [Next] to
continue.
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Installation
999
The Customer Information window appears. Enter the Name, Organization,
and Install key number, and then click [Next].
•• Entering the wrong Install key number will cause an error message to appear
and cancel the installation.
•• The Install key number is printed on the back page of the CD-ROM booklet.
1111The Confirm Installation window appears. Click [Next] to start the installation
process.
1111If you are using Windows Vista or Windows 7 and the User Account Control
dialog box appears, click [Yes] to continue.
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Installation
1111After the installation is completed, the Installation Complete dialog box
appears. Click [Close] to quit the installation program.
1111The installer will automatically detect if device driver installation is required.
If you need to install the device driver, the Device Driver Installation Wizard
will appear. Click [Next] to continue.
1111The installation confirmation dialog box appears. Click [Install] to start the driver
installation.
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Installation
Windows XP
If you are using Windows XP, click [Continue Anyway].
1111The Completing the Device Driver Installation Wizard appears. Click [Finish]
to close the wizard.
The installation has not been completed yet.
1111Connect the adapter to the computer using the USB cable. For connection
procedures, see “Connecting the computer to the watercraft.”
1111For Windows Vista or Windows 7, the device driver will be installed automatically.
Once the device driver installation has been completed, you will see a message
on the Windows task bar.
For Windows Vista or Windows 7, the YAMAHA Diagnostic System installation has
been completed.
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Installation
1111For Windows XP, the Found New Hardware Wizard appears. Select “No, not
this time” and click [Next] to continue.
1111Select “Install the software automatically [Recommended]” and click [Next].
2222The installation confirmation dialog box appears. Click [Continue Anyway] to
continue.
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Installation
2222Once the installation has been completed, the Completing the Found New
Hardware Wizard dialog box appears. Click [Finish] to close the wizard.
Make sure to use the same USB port as the one used during the device driver
installation. Otherwise, the USB port will not recognize the YAMAHA Diagnostic
System.
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Connecting the computer to the watercraft
Connecting the computer to the watercraft
Connect the computer to the watercraft.
•• Before starting the YAMAHA Diagnostic System every first time after turning on the computer, quit any other applications that are running.
•• When connecting, ensure you use the included cables or harness.
•• See the corresponding service manual for information on how to connect.
•• When you finish all the YAMAHA Diagnostic System operations, make sure to remove the USB cable and reattach the coupler cap of the
watercraft.
•• If using the adapter, make sure that you have installed the device driver.
•• Check that all electrical connections are secure and free from corrosion, and that the battery is fully charged.
•• When not connecting an AD harness (for external input) to the adapter, then replace the adapter cap to prevent water from entering.
22
Connecting the computer to the watercraft
111 Basic connections
111
Connect the adapter to your computer using the included USB cable.
222
Connect the adapter to the watercraft using a K-Line harness.
d
a
c
b
e
f
a Computer
b USB cable
d Adapter cap
e K-Line harness
c Adapter
f Watercraft
23
Connecting the computer to the watercraft
222 When logging
111
Connect the adapter to your computer using the included USB cable.
222
Connect the adapter to the watercraft using a K-Line harness.
Use of the trigger switch harness and the trigger switch extension harness will be possible when the function to stop logging is added.
a
d
c
b
h
e
g
f
a Computer
b USB cable
e K-Line harness
f Watercraft
c Adapter
d Adapter cap
g Trigger switch extension harness
h Trigger switch harness
24
Connecting the computer to the watercraft
333 When viewing input values using external devices
111
Connect the external device to the watercraft.
222
Connect the adapter to your computer using the included USB cable.
333
Connect the adapter to the watercraft using a K-Line harness.
444
Connect the adapter to the AD harness.
555
Connect the external device to the harness.
666
Connect the external device to the K-Line harness using the power supply harness.
d
a
c
h
b
e
f
g
a Computer
b USB cable
e K-Line harness
f Watercraft
c Adapter
d AD harness
g External device
h Power supply harness
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Connecting the computer to the watercraft
This shows connection examples for devices such as A/F and fuel pressure sensors.
e
d
b
a
f
c
a Adapter
b AD harness
d Watercraft
e External device
c K-Line harness
f Power supply harness
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Starting the YAMAHA Diagnostic System
Starting the YAMAHA Diagnostic System
111
Push the engine start switch to start or crank the engine.
222
Turn on your computer.
333
Click the [Start] button on the Windows task bar, point to Programs or All
Programs, and then click YAMAHA DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM2.
444
The YAMAHA Diagnostic System top screen is displayed.
555
Click the watercraft icon or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
666
The Top Menu screen is displayed.
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Quitting the YAMAHA Diagnostic System
Quitting the YAMAHA Diagnostic System
111
Click the [×] button.
222
A confirmation message appears.
333
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to cancel the
quit command.
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Screen specifications
Screen specifications
This explains YAMAHA Diagnostic System screen specifications.
111 Standard screen
a
This comprises four areas; the title area, the status area, the main area, and the button
area.
b
c
d
a Title area
b Status area
c Main area
d Button area
11111 Title area
This shows the current structure.
From left, these are Main menu  1st-level menu  2nd-level menu  3rd-level
menu  4th-level menu.
a
b
c
d
a
b
c
d
a 1st-level menu c 3rd -level menu
b 2nd-level menu d 4th-level menu
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Screen specifications
11111 Status area
This shows the communications status between the YAMAHA Diagnostic System and
the watercraft.
a
b
c
a Offline: The icon is gray.
b Communicating: The icon is blue, with a turning
white border.
c Communications error: The icon is blue, overlaid
by a flashing red ×.
11111 Main area
Each of these functions displays menu structure, buttons, keys, parameter values, and
messages.
Select the buttons in the main area by either clicking a button or pressing arrow keys
on your keyboard. Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard
to confirm.
a
b
c
a Button not selected: embossed blue border
b Button selected: embossed orange border
c Command has been executed: engraved orange
border
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Screen specifications
11111 Button area
This has seven buttons, and these are assigned from the left to F1–F5 on the
computer keyboard.
Either click these, or use the assigned function keys on the computer keyboard to
operate.
222 Sub screen
This displays confirmation of operations, designations of actions, and error messages
within the Main screen area.
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Common operations
Common operations
111 Selecting the display items
You can select display items or change the display order on the digital and graph
displays.
111
Display the Digital Display screen or Graph Display screen.
222
Click the [Select Item] button or press the [F1] key on your keyboard.
11111 Display items
You can hide the items that you do not wish to display on the Engine Monitor screen.
111
222
The Select Item window appears.
Select an item that you do not wish to display by either clicking it or pressing the
up or down arrow keys on your keyboard.
At initialization, all items are displayed.
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Common operations
333
Press the space bar to change displayed items to undisplayed items.
444
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
•• Click the [>] button or press the space bar to change undisplayed items to
displayed items again.
•• The item added to the displayed items will appear at the bottom of the list.
•• Click the [<<] button to move all displayed items to undisplayed items.
•• Click the [>>] button to move all undisplayed items to displayed items.
•• Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to cancel the
selection.
555
The item is not displayed on the screen.
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Common operations
11111 Display order
You can change the display order of the items.
111
222
333
444
Display the Select Item window.
Select an item for which you wish to change the display order by either clicking it
or pressing the up or down arrow keys on your keyboard.
Click the [Down] button to move the selected item downward, and click the [Up]
button to move upward.
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to return to the
previous state.
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Common operations
555
The display order of the items on the screen has been changed.
222 Setting the graph properties
You can change the value and color for the graph displayed on the Graph Display.
111
Display the Graph Display screen.
222
Click the [Property] button or press the [F2] key on your keyboard.
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Common operations
22222 Display range
You can change the display range for the X and Y axis.
111
Display the Graph Property window.
222
Set the width for the X axis using the slider in the Graph Property window.
Select from 4 widths: 10 sec, 60 sec, 300 sec, 600 sec
333
Click the [Y Range Setting] button in the Graph Property window.
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Common operations
444
555
The Graph Range window appears.
Select the item that you wish to change the Y axis width setting for by either
clicking it or pressing the up or down arrow keys on your keyboard, and then
press the space bar.
666
Enter the minimum and maximum values of the selected item into the text boxes.
777
Click the [Set] button to reflect the changes.
888
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
•• If the entered values are out of the setting range, the borders of the text boxes
turn red.
•• Click the [Default] button to return the setting value of the selected item to the
default value.
999
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to restore all
default settings.
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1111The setting values of the X and Y axis have been changed.
22222 Display colors
You can change the line color and background color of the graph.
111
Display the Graph Property window.
222
Click the [Color] button for line color in the Color group.
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Common operations
333
The Color selection window appears.
444
Select a color and click the [OK] button.
555
The color of the box in the left of the [Color] button changes.
666
Click the [Color] button for the Background in the Color group.
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777
The Color selection window appears.
888
Select a color and click the [OK] button.
999
The color of the box to the left of the [Color] button changes.
1111Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
Click [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to restore all default
settings.
1111The line color and background color in the graph on the screen have been
changed.
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333 Saving data
33333 Data save
By selecting the Save command in the Diagnosis, Engine Monitor, or Data Logger
function, the corresponding data can be saved on a disk.
111
Click the [Save] button or press the [F2] key on your keyboard.
222
The Save File window is displayed.
333
Select the disk and folder where the data will be saved and assign a file name.
444
Click the [Save] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard to save data.
Saved file
DNY
Engine Monitor file
LNY
ECM record graph file RNY
Logging file
+
First 3 letters of
+
the ECM number
ANY
Year, month, day,
hour, minute,
second
(*1) Except ECM record graph file.
The default file name is assigned as in the list above.
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+
.csv
.xls
(*1)
Common operations
33333 Data export
The data you saved can be viewed in Microsoft Excel.
Save data as Excel
•• If Microsoft Office is not installed on your computer: The program saves the data
in CSV format.
•• If Microsoft Office is installed on your computer: The program saves the data in
both CSV format and Excel format. If Microsoft Excel (version 2003 or later) is
installed on your computer, you can save the data onto a one-page US Lettersize form as shown in the screen capture on the right.
•• Files in csv format are used for graph display. Use Notepad to open these files.
•• Do not change the CSV data. Otherwise, it cannot be read by the system.
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444 System Info. button
Displays the ECM number of the connected device.
111
Click the [System Info.] button or press the [F2] key on your keyboard.
222
The System Information dialog box appears.
333
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
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555 Message button
A message for each function is displayed.
111
Click the [Message] button or press the [F3] key on your keyboard.
222
A message appears.
333
Click the [×] button to close the message.
666 Back button
You can return to the previous display using this button.
111
Click the [Back] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard.
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Update
Update
You can update the database when update information is provided.
111
Display the Top Menu screen.
222
Click the [2) Update] button or press the [2] or [Enter] key on your keyboard.
333
A confirmation message appears.
444
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to cancel the
update.
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Update
555
The folder selection window appears.
666
Select the folder that contains the database.
777
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to cancel the
update.
888
A confirmation message appears.
999
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
If the update failed, an error message appears. Follow the instructions on screen.
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Setting
Setting
You can change the display language and the display unit (on the Engine Monitor and
during off-line operation).
111
Display the Top Menu screen.
222
Click the [3) Setting] button or press the [3] or [Enter] key on your keyboard.
333
The Setting screen is displayed.
444
Select a language and unit to use and click the [OK] button or press the [Enter]
key on your keyboard.
You cannot select display units.
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111 Diagnosis
111
Display the Top Menu screen.
222
Click the [1) Start] button or press the [1] or [Enter] key on your keyboard.
333
The Important Information screen is displayed.
444
Read the contents, and then click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on
your keyboard.
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If a communication error has been detected, an error message appears.
Follow the instructions on screen.
555
The Main Menu screen is displayed.
666
Click [2 Engine] button or press the [2] or [Enter] key on your keyboard.
777
The Engine menu is displayed.
888
999
Click the [1) Diagnosis] button in the 2nd-level menu or press [1], [Enter], or right
arrow key on your keyboard.
The 3rd-level menu is displayed.
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11111 Diagnosis
The diagnosis codes of malfunctions recorded in the ECM of the watercraft, corresponding part names of the diagnosis codes, the results of the
diagnosis, and the condition of the part are listed here.
Some items may not be available depending on the model of the watercraft. See the corresponding service manual for further information.
Diagnosis codes and items
Code No.
Item
Code No.
Item
Code No.
Item
13
Pulser coil(*1)
54(*2)
Stepping motor
76
No-wake/Cruise assist SW(-)
15
Engine temperature sensor
54(*2)
Bypass valve motor
78
Reverse switch
17
Knock sensor
55(*2)
Steering switch
112–119 ETV
18
TPS
55(*2)
Steering sensor
121–123 ETV
19
Battery voltage
63
Intake system
124–128 TPS
22
Atmospheric pressure sensor
64
YPVS
23
Air temperature sensor
65
EX. manifold water temp sensor
131–135 APS
24
Cam position sensor(EX)
66
Stepping motor operation 1
136–139 ETV
29
Air pressure sensor
67
Stepping motor operation 2
141–145 ETV
47
Slant detection switch
68
No-wake mode switch
53
EX. manifold temp. sensor
75
No-wake/Cruise assist SW(+)
Refer to “Functions by model” for detailed information.
(*1) Pickup coil
(*2) The item varies depending on the model.
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129
ETV
Engine
111
222
333
Display the 3rd-level menu.
Click the [Diagnosis] in the 3rd-level menu or [OK] button, or press the [Enter]
key on your keyboard.
The Diagnosis screen is displayed.
•• The cell will change to a red color and a message will be displayed for items
deemed as being irregular.
•• Items deemed as being irregular will be displayed at the top of the list. Threedigit codes are displayed above two-digit codes.
•• Select the item deemed as being irregular by either clicking it or pressing the up
or down arrow keys on your keyboard, and display the diagnosis procedure.
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11111 Diagnosis Record
The diagnosis codes of malfunctions that have been recorded in the ECM, corresponding items of the diagnosis codes, and the time when the
malfunctions occurred are listed here.
Some items may not be available depending on the model of the watercraft. See the corresponding service manual for further information.
Diagnosis record codes and items
Code No.
Item
Code No.
Item
Code No.
13
Pulser coil(*1)
54(*2)
Bypass valve motor
15
Engine temperature sensor
55(*2)
Steering switch
112–119 ETV
17
Knock sensor
55(*2)
Steering sensor
121–123 ETV
18
TPS
59
Memory data
124–128 TPS
19
Battery voltage
63
Intake system
22
Atmospheric pressure sensor
64
YPVS
131–135 APS
23
Air temperature sensor
65
EX.manifold water temp sensor
136–139 ETV
24
Cam position sensor(EX)
66
Stepping motor operation 1
141–145 ETV
29
Air pressure sensor
67
Stepping motor operation 2
252
Overheat alert
47
Slant detection switch
68
No-wake mode switch
253
Low oil pressure alert
53
EX. manifold temp. sensor
75
No-wake/Cruise assist SW(+)
Stepping motor
76
No-wake/Cruise assist SW(-)
54(*2)
Refer to “Functions by model” for detailed information.
(*1) Pickup coil
(*2) The item varies depending on the model.
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78
Item
129
Reverse switch
ETV
Engine
111
222
333
Display the 3rd-level menu.
Click the [Diag. Record] button in the 3rd-level menu or [OK] button, or press the
[Enter] key on your keyboard.
The Diagnosis Record screen is displayed.
a
b
c
a Displays diagnosis codes information.
b Shows total hours of operation.
c Displays the checking procedure for the selected
diagnosis code.
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■■Deleting diagnosis record in the ECM
You can delete the displayed diagnosis record.
111
222
Select the item that you wish to delete by either clicking it or pressing the up or
down arrow keys on your keyboard.
Click the [Delete] button or press the [F1] key on your keyboard.
Check that the items deleted are normal in the Diagnosis screen. If the items
remain irregular, they will appear as irregular in the Diagnosis Record even if you
try to delete them.
333
A confirmation message appears.
444
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
To cancel deletion, click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your
keyboard.
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11111 Engine operating hours
The operating hours as compared to the engine speed and the total operating hours
are displayed.
111
222
333
Display the 3rd-level menu.
Click the [OperatingHrs] button in the 3rd-level menu or press the [Enter] key on
your keyboard.
The Engine operating hours by RPM screen is displayed showing the number
of hours that the engine was operated at each engine speed range.
•• Even when the engine is running, the time displayed is the total operating hours
up until the Engine operating hours by RPM was displayed.
•• The total operating hours are rounded up to one decimal place, and so are not
equal to the total of the various operating times.
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222 Engine Monitor
Do not use the Engine Monitor function to check the engine condition while operating a watercraft, or you may become distracted,
which could result in a collision.
Make sure to avoid splashing water on the computer, adapter, and USB cable and to avoid damaging them with strong sudden jolts or
vibration.
Data received from ECM related to each part is displayed while the engine start switch is ON.
Engine monitor items
Monitor item
Monitor item
Monitor item
APS 1
EX. manifold water temperature
Slant detection switch
APS 2
EX. manifold temperature
Steering sensor
Atmospheric pressure
Fuel injection duration
Steering switch
Battery voltage
Fuel pump relay
Stepping motor
Bypass valve motor
Ignition timing
TPS 1
Cruise assist down switch
Air pressure sensor
TPS 2
Cruise assist switch
Air temperature sensor
Throttle switch
Cruise assist up switch
Main relay
Throttle valve opening angle
Engine speed
No-wake/Cruise assist SW(+)
TPS voltage
Main switch
No-wake/Cruise assist SW(-)
YPVS
Engine shut-off switch
No-Wake mode switch
Reverse switch
Engine temperature
Oil pressure switch
ETV relay
Thermoswitch
Refer to “Functions by model” for detailed information.
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111
222
333
Display the Engine menu.
Click the [2) Eng. Monitor] button in the 2nd-level menu or press the [2], [Enter],
or right arrow key on your keyboard.
The 3rd-level menu is displayed.
22222 Digital Display
The data from the ECM of the watercraft is displayed in numerical value.
111
222
Display the 3rd-level menu.
Click the [Digital Disp] in the 3rd-level menu or [OK] button, or press the [Enter]
key on your keyboard.
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333
The current engine condition is displayed in numerical value.
•• Ten items can be displayed at one time. To view the other items, scroll the
display.
•• You can change the display items. See “Selecting the display items.”
22222 Graph Display
The data from the ECM of the watercraft is displayed in a graph.
Three graph items can be displayed at one time.
111
222
Display the 3rd-level menu.
Click the [Graph Disp.] in the 3rd-level menu or [OK] button, or press the [Enter]
key on your keyboard.
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333
The current engine condition is displayed in a graph.
•• To view other items, click the [ ] and [ ] buttons, or press the up or down
arrow keys on your keyboard, or click the[ ] and [ ] buttons to move through
the screens one by one.
•• You can change the settings of the graph display. See “Setting the graph
properties.”
■■ Saving graph data
You can save the displayed data on a computer and play it back later.
111
To start saving data, click the [Start] button or press the [Enter] key on your
keyboard.
When recording starts, the button display switches from [Start] to [Stop].
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222
Click the [Stop] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard to finish data
recording.
333
The Save File window is displayed.
444
Select the disk and folder where the data will be saved and assign a file name.
555
Click the [Save] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard to save data.
•• The program allows you to view saved graph data off-line.
•• Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to delete
recorded data.
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22222 Input Setting
Set the input figures for displaying data on the YAMAHA Diagnostic System screen.
111
222
333
444
555
Display the 3rd-level menu.
Click the [InputSetting] in the 3rd-level menu or [OK] button, or press the [Enter]
key on your keyboard.
The Input Setting screen is displayed.
Enter the name of the connected external devices and enter the minimum and
maximum values for the graph.
Click the [Set] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
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•• The textbox frame appears in red if the minimum and maximum values are not
entered.
•• Values entered as the minimum and maximum values will return to the default
figures when the [Set] button is clicked.
666
The setting value is displayed on the screen.
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333 Component Test
You can perform a simple good/bad evaluation and engine adjustment by operating the engine components with the YAMAHA Diagnostic System on a
standalone basis to check the running sound and state.
33333 Stationary Test
Perform the test when the engine is stopped.
Stationary Test items
Item
Activate ignition coil
Activate injector
Activate electric fuel pump
Activate stepping motor
Activate bypass valve motor
YPVS
Refer to “Functions by model” for detailed information.
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111
222
333
444
555
Display the Engine menu.
Click the [3) ComponentTest] button in the 2nd-level menu or press the [3], [Enter]
or right arrow key on your keyboard.
The 3rd-level menu is displayed.
Click the [StationaryTest] in the 3rd-level menu or [OK] button, or press the [Enter]
key on your keyboard.
The test item selection screen is displayed.
Avoid clicking the [Execute] and [Cancel] buttons repeatedly, otherwise the
ECM or computer may not work properly and they may be damaged.
•• When the engine is running, an error message appears on screen, and no tests
can be carried out.
•• If an error has been detected during the test, an error message appears.
Follow the instructions on screen.
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■■ Ignition coil activation test
•• Do not touch the ignition tester (spark checker) wiring during testing.
•• Make sure to cover the spark plug cap so that there are no leaks.
•• Keep flammable gas, fuel, and oil at a distance, as sparks may fly during
testing.
Perform an ignition system test. Apply voltage to the ignition coil of the selected
cylinder to generate a spark (5 times in 5 seconds) while the spark plug lead is
connected to an ignition tester (spark checker).
111
222
333
444
Display the test item selection screen.
Select “Activate ignition coil” by either clicking it or pressing the up or down arrow
keys on your keyboard.
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
Connect the spark plug cap of the cylinder that will be tested to the ignition
tester (spark checker).
555
Connect the ignition tester (spark checker) to ground.
666
Set the spark gap by turning the adjusting knob.
a
A special service tool is needed.
a North America: Spark checker (YM-34487)
Worldwide: Ignition tester (90890-06754)
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777
The test screen is displayed.
888
Click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
999
Check the state of the ignition spark.
•• After starting the test, the button display switches from [Execute] to [Cancel].
•• Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to stop the test.
•• To carry out the test again, click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on
your keyboard.
•• When testing a different cylinder or item, click the [Back] button or press the [Esc]
key on your keyboard to return to the previous screen.
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■■ Injector activation test
•• Do not perform the test with the injector removed or with any fuel system
parts removed. High-pressure fuel may spray out.
•• When performing this operation, keep all sparks, flames, or other sources
of ignition away from the testing area. Gasoline is highly flammable.
Perform a fuel system test. Activate the injector (20 times in 2 seconds) for a selected
cylinder.
111
222
Display the test item selection screen.
Select “Activate injector” by either clicking it or pressing the up or down arrow
keys on your keyboard.
333
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
444
The test screen is displayed.
555
Click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
666
Listen to the operating sound of the injector.
Do not test the same cylinder more than 3 times consecutively, as it may
damage the spark plug insulators.
•• Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to stop the test.
•• To carry out the test again, click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on
your keyboard.
•• When testing a different cylinder or item, click the [Back] button or press the [Esc]
key on your keyboard to return to the previous screen.
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■■Electric fuel pump activation test
Apply voltage to the electric fuel pump and activate it to check the fuel system.
Activate the electric fuel pump for 10 seconds.
111
222
333
Display the test item selection screen.
Select “Activate Electric. fuel pump” by either clicking it or pressing the up or
down arrow keys on your keyboard.
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
•• Do not perform the test with the injector removed or with any fuel system
parts removed. High-pressure fuel may spurt out.
•• When performing this operation, keep all sparks, flames, or other sources
of ignition away from the testing area. Gasoline is highly flammable.
444
The test screen is displayed.
555
Click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
666
Listen to the operating sound of the Electric fuel pump.
•• Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to stop the test.
•• To carry out the test again, click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on
your keyboard.
•• To perform a different test, click the [Back] button or press the [Esc] key on your
keyboard to return to the previous screen.
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■■ Stepping motor activation test
Apply voltage to the stepping motor and activate it for 7 seconds to test the stepping
motor operation.
111
222
Display the test item selection screen.
Select “Activate stepping motor” by either clicking it or pressing the up or down
arrow keys on your keyboard.
333
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
444
The test screen is displayed.
555
Click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
666
Check that the stepping motor operates properly on the graph.
•• Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to stop the test.
•• To carry out the test again, click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on
your keyboard.
•• To perform a different test, click the [Back] button or press the [Esc] key on your
keyboard to return to the previous screen.
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■■Bypass valve motor activation test
Apply voltage to the bypass valve motor and activate it for 7 seconds to test the
bypass valve motor operation.
111
222
Display the test item selection screen.
Select “Activate bypass valve motor” by either clicking it or pressing the up or
down arrow keys on your keyboard.
333
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
444
The test screen is displayed.
555
Click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
666
Check that the bypass valve motor operates properly on the graph.
•• Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to stop the test.
•• To carry out the test again, click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on
your keyboard.
•• To perform a different test, click the [Back] button or press the [Esc] key on your
keyboard to return to the previous screen.
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■■ YPVS activation test
Apply voltage to the YPVS servomotor and activate it for 2 seconds to test the YPVS
operation.
111
222
Display the test item selection screen.
Select “YPVS” by either clicking it or pressing the up or down arrow keys on your
keyboard.
333
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
444
The test screen is displayed.
555
Click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
666
Check that the YPVS operates properly on the graph.
•• Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to stop the test.
•• To carry out the test again, click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on
your keyboard.
•• To perform a different test, click the [Back] button or press the [Esc] key on your
keyboard to return to the previous window.
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33333 Active Test
Make sure to moor the watercraft before performing the test.
Perform the test with the engine running and the throttle lever fully closed.
It is not possible to carry out the test while the watercraft is moving.
Active Test items
Item
Drop cylinder
Refer to “Functions by model” for detailed information.
111
222
333
444
555
Display the Engine menu.
Click the [3) ComponentTest] button in the 2nd-level menu or press the [3], [Enter]
or right arrow key on your keyboard.
The 3rd-level menu is displayed.
Click the [Active Test] in the 3rd-level menu or [OK] button, or press the [Enter]
key on your keyboard.
The test item selection screen is displayed.
Avoid clicking the [Execute] and [Cancel] buttons repeatedly, otherwise the
ECM or computer may not work properly and they may be damaged.
If an error has been detected during the test, an error message appears. Follow
the instructions on screen.
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■■ Cylinder drop test
Perform cylinder drop test to observe the affect on engine speed as a selected cylinder
is deactivated for 5 seconds during a 20 second cycle. Note that the ISC valve is
placed in a fixed position during this test to allow easier viewing of rpm change as
each cylinder is deactivated.
111
222
Display the test item selection screen.
Select “Drop cylinder” by either clicking it or pressing the up or down arrow keys
on your keyboard.
333
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
444
The test screen is displayed.
555
Start the engine.
666
Click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
777
Check variations in engine speed, vibration, and noise.
•• Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to stop the test.
•• To carry out the test again, click the [Execute] button or press the [Enter] key on
your keyboard.
•• To perform a different test or perform the test on a different cylinder, click the
[Back] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to return to the previous
screen.
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444 Data Logger
You can display and compare engine data recorded in the ECM on a graph, and record the engine running state in an adapter.
44444 Logger graph
Displays data for the past 78 seconds stored in the ECM on a graph.
Three graph items can be displayed at one time.
Data graph display items
Item
Engine speed
Battery voltage
TPS
Engine temperature
EX.manifold water temp sensor
Intake air pressure
Oil pressure
Stepping motor
Refer to “Functions by model” for detailed information.
111
222
333
Display the Engine menu.
Click the [4) Data Logger] button in the 2nd-level menu or press the [4], [Enter]
or right arrow key on your keyboard.
The 3rd-level menu is displayed.
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444
555
Display the 3rd-level menu.
Click the [Logger Graph] in the 3rd-level menu or [OK] button, or press the [Enter]
key on your keyboard.
•• Even while the engine is running, the graph display does not show the current
engine state. The graph shows the figures from the moment when the [Logger
Graph] or the [OK] button was clicked, or the [Enter] key was pressed.
•• Some items may not be available depending on the model of the watercraft.
666
The Logger graph is displayed.
•• To view other items, click the [ ] or [ ] buttons, or press the up or down arrow
keys on your keyboard or the [ ] or [ ] buttons to move through the screens
one at a time.
•• Click the [<] or [>] buttons or press the right or left arrow keys on your keyboard
to move the guidelines (the red lines) position one gradient in the relevant
direction. The figures for the position that matches the guidelines (the red lines)
appear at the top right of the table.
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44444 ECM Record graph
When a problem occurs in the electronic throttle system, you can display data for 2 seconds before and after the problem recorded on the ECM, for a
total of 4 seconds.
You can select the display type from 3 types of fixed patterns stored in the database. You can also select all display patterns.
ECM record graph display items
Item
Item
Item
Engine speed
Ref. TPS voltage(*3)
Engine shut-off switch
APS 1
Ref. APS voltage(*4)
Main relay
APS 2
Engine stop mode
ETV relay
Steering sensor
Engine start mode
Thermoswitch
TPS 1
SW-activated engine stop mode
Oil pressure switch
TPS 2
OTS mode
WARNING
Intake air pressure
Cruise assist mode
ETV limit
Battery voltage
Reverse mode
Engine operating hours
Target TPS voltage(*1)
No-Wake mode
Trigger
Target TPS voltage for ISC(*2)
Low-RPM mode
Code
Refer to “Functions by model” for detailed information.
(*1) “Target TPS voltage” stands for “Target Throttle Position Sensor voltage.” This item shows the target output voltage of TPS. This value
means that ECM should control to open throttle valve to get the goal open degree.
(*2) “Target TPS voltage for ISC” stands for “Target Throttle Position Sensor voltage for Idle Speed Control.” ECM controls the engine idle
speed by using throttle valve attached TPS. This target voltage is used by ECM to achieve the goal open degree of the throttle valve
at idle speed.
(*3) “Ref. TPS voltage” stands for “Reference Throttle Position Sensor voltage.” This item shows the criterion output voltage of TPS. This
value is used to detect the TPS output voltage during engine operation.
(*4) “Ref. acc. pos. sensor voltage” stands for “Reference accelerator position sensor voltage.”
This item shows the criterion output voltage of Accelerator position sensor. This value is used to detect the Accelerator position
sensor output voltage when the remote control throttle lever opens.
76
Engine
111
222
Display the 3rd-level menu.
Click the [ECM RecGraph] or [OK] button, or press the [Enter] key on your
keyboard.
•• When a problem occurs, an error message appears. Follow the instructions on
screen.
•• Some items may not be available depending on the model of the watercraft.
•• When there is no data stored in the ECM, or when the stored data is corrupted,
an error message appers.
333
The File Save window appears.
444
Click the [Save] button to save data.
77
Engine
555
666
The Select Display Pattern screen is displayed.
Select the [Display Pattern] button by either clicking it or pressing the up or down
arrow keys on your keyboard, and then press the [Enter] key.
Items using Display pattern 1
Item
Engine speed
APS 1
TPS 2
Target TPS voltage
Items using Display pattern 2
Item
APS 1
APS 2
TPS 1
TSP 2
Items using Display pattern 3
Item
Engine speed
Steering sensor
Target TPS voltage
Target TPS voltage for ISC
78
Engine
777
The graph screen is displayed.
•• You can change the display values and display colors. See “Setting the graph
properties.”
•• Click the [x 2] or [x 4] buttons or press the [2] or [4] key on your keyboard to
double the X axis (time).
•• Click the [/2] or [/4] buttons or press the [Shift]+[2] or [4] keys to cut the scale of
the X axis by half.
•• Click the [<] or [>] buttons or press the right or left arrow keys to move the
guidelines (the red lines) position one gradient in the relevant direction. The
figures for the position that matches the guidelines (the red lines) appear at the
top right of the table.
•• Click the [<<] or [>>] button, or press [Shift] + the left or right arrow keys to move
the position of the end guidelines (the red lines) in the relevant direction.
•• Click the [All] button or press the space bar to display all saved data on screen.
•• Click the [Reset] button to reset the saved data to the default values.
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Engine
44444 Logging
Connect a computer and set the items to record to carry out data logging using the
adapter.
111
222
333
Display the 3rd-level menu.
Click the [Logging] button in the 3rd-level menu or press the [Enter] or right
arrow key on your keyboard.
The 4th-level menu is displayed.
80
Engine
■■ Clearing data from the adapter
To record data on the adapter, you must delete all current data stored on the adapter.
111
222
Display the 4th-level menu.
Select the [Clear Data] button by either clicking it or pressing the up or down
arrow keys on your keyboard, and then press the [Enter] key.
333
A confirmation message appears.
444
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
555
A completion message appears.
666
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
81
Engine
■■Record Setting
After configuring recording properties (number of items, number of engines, recordable
time, sampling interval, comments), record the data on the adapter.
111
Display the 4th-level menu.
222
Click the [Record Set] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
333
The Record Property: Item window is displayed.
444
Select the item that you wish to record by either clicking it or pressing the up and
down arrow keys on your keyboard.
By default, only “Engine speed [r/min]” is displayed in the Selected Item column.
82
Engine
555
666
Click the [>] button or press the space bar on your keyboard to move the item to
the Selected Item column.
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
Click the [<] button or press the space bar on your keyboard to change the
selected status back to unselected.
777
The Record Property: Condition window is displayed.
888
Select a sampling interval to record data.
999
Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
•• “1” will be displayed in the field of “No. of Engines.”
•• The sampling interval you can select varies according to the number of items
you are monitoring: fastest can be selected when only 1 item is monitored, and
100 ms can be selected when 2 to 8 items are monitored.
•• To confirm all actions, set the sampling interval to a long time, and to confirm
details, set this to a short time.
•• Recordable time differs depending on set conditions.
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a
b
c
d
e
a Number of Items
b Number of Engines
c Recordable time
d Sampling Interval
e Comment
Engine
1111A completion message appears.
1111Click the [OK] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
1111Start the engine and disconnect the USB cable between the adapter and
computer to set the system in ready-to-record state.
1111Check that a red light is blinking.
1111The system stops logging at a predetermined time, or when the USB cable is
connected to the adapter again.
•• If removing the USB cable, then replace the adapter cap to prevent water from
entering.
•• Removing the USB cable means the adapter will enter recording status, and
connecting the USB cable will end this status.
•• If the engine speed is 500 r/min or less, then 5 samples will be recorded then
recording stopped. However, because this is still in recording status, if the engine
speed increases to 500 or more, recording will start again.
•• During operation, the adapter is supplied power from the engine. If the engine is
stopped while the adapter is recording, then the rechargeable battery within will
perform a backup. (Guaranteed for 48 hours with the battery charged for an hour)
•• If the internal battery becomes depleted, recorded data will be deleted.
Accordingly, before this happens save the data or connect the adapter to the
engine with the engine ON and recharge the battery.
•• If recording status is ended, then as long as the data within the adapter is not
deleted, the adapter may not record new data.
•• If you leave the engine off for more than 1 hour after stopping it with the adapter
connected, make sure to disconnect the adapter from the watercraft to prevent
the watercraft battery from being depleted. Connect the adapter to restart
logging.
84
a
a K-Line harness
Engine
■■Displaying data in a graph
You can read data from the adapter and display it on the computer screen.
111
222
Display the 4th-level menu.
Select the [Show Data] button by either clicking it or pressing the up or down
arrow keys on your keyboard, and then press the [Enter] key.
333
The Save File window is displayed.
444
Data name recorded on the adapter is displayed as a file name.
555
Click the [Save] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
666
Data is displayed in a graph.
85
Off-line
Off-line
You can view graph data of Engine Monitor, ECM Record graph, and Logging
previously saved on the computer even when not connected to the ECM.
111
Display the Top Menu screen.
222
Click the [4) Off Line] button or press [4] or [Enter] key on your keyboard.
333
The Graph Display screen appears.
444
Click the [Load] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
86
Off-line
555
The Open File window appears.
666
Select the file that contains the graph data.
777
Click the [Open] button or press the [Enter] key on your keyboard.
•• Data with file names starting with ANY, LNY, or RNY prefix can be displayed on
the screen.
•• If you select data that cannot be displayed during off-line operation, an error
message appears. Follow the instructions on screen.
•• Click the [Cancel] button or press the [Esc] key on your keyboard to cancel the
file selection.
888
The selected graph data is displayed.
You can change the graph display settings.
87
Appendix
Appendix
111 Setting the desktop area
Do not change the screen size when using this program.
111
Click the [Start] button on the Windows taskbar, select settings, and open the
control panel.
222
Double-click the Display in the center of the control panel.
333
The Display setting window is displayed.
444
Click “Adjust resolution.”
The screen resolution can also be adjusted by selecting Smaller or Medium in the
window.
88
Appendix
555
A window to adjust screen resolution appears.
666
Move the slider bar to adjust the resolution.
777
Click the [OK] button to set the desktop area.
Click the [NO] button to cancel the desktop area setting.
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Appendix
222 Uninstalling the YAMAHA Diagnostic System
Use the following procedure to uninstall the YAMAHA Diagnostic System.
111
222
Close all programs before starting the uninstaller.
Click the [Start] button on the Windows taskbar, select settings, and open the
control panel.
333
Click the Programs and Features in the control panel.
444
Select “YAMAHA DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM 2” and click “Uninstall.”
555
Click [Yes] button to uninstall the YAMAHA Diagnostic System.
•• Click the [No] button to cancel the uninstall.
•• If you are using Windows Vista or Windows 7 and the User Account Control
dialog box appears, click [Yes] to continue.
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Appendix
333 Troubleshooting
Error content
Communication cable related
error occurs.
Application does not start.
Application related error
occurs.
Cause
Power is not supplied to the ECM.
Push the engine start switch to start or
crank the engine.
Communication cable is disconnected.
Connect communication cable between
the computer’s communication port
and the communication coupler of the
watercraft.
Battery is disconnected from the
watercraft.
Connect battery to the watercraft.
The battery voltage is below 12 V.
Connect battery of 12 V or higher.
The USB driver has not been installed.
Install the USB driver.
The hardware does not meet the
requirements to operate this application.
Use a computer that meets the specified
hardware requirements.
YdisUI.exe is not installed in application
directory.
If YdisUI.exe is not found in the application
directory, install the application again.
Other application (Service tool) is already
in operation.
Quit the application in operation, since
two applications (Service tool) cannot be
operated simultaneously.
Error message“Program file or Database
file is not installed properly. Please install Install program file or database file again.
again.”is displayed.
Database related error occurs. Error message“Database files are not
installed properly. ”is displayed.
Error message“System file not found
######.###.”is displayed.
Incorrect fonts on screen
Stationary or active tests
cannot be ended even by
clicking [Cancel].
Action
The computer language does not
correspond to the application.
Update database again.
The database is not applicable to
communication with ECM. Update
database to correspond to ECM.
Use a computer that operates the required
operating system.
[Execute] and [Cancel] buttons have been “Turn off your computer.
clicked more than necessary, and the ECM Push the engine stop switch and reset the
or computer does not operate properly.
ECM.”
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Functions by model (Watercraft)
Functions by model (Watercraft)
Diagnosis
A
Item
B
C
Engine code
WaveRunner
60E
60E
6B6
60T
Model name
WaveRunner
FX1000
(F1B: ’02MY)
FX1000(A)
GP1300
(F1B: ’03-’05MY) (F1G: ’03-’08MY)
FX1000(A)
(F1Y: ’06-’08MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1S: ’04-’05MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1X: ’06-’08MY)
D
E
F
G
6AA (WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
H
6D3
6BU
6S5
6AN
6BH
6CN
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F1K: ’05-’08MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2L: ’09MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2N: ’10-’12MY)
FX1800(A)
FX1100(A)
FA1800(A)
(F1W: ’08-’11MY) (F1X: ’07-’08MY) (F2S: ’12MY)
GX1800
FB1800(A)
(F2R: ’09-’12MY)
(F2T: ’12MY)
GX1800A
(F2C: ’09-’12MY)
FY1800(A)
(F2H: ’09-’11MY)
VX1800(A)
(F2M: ’11-’12MY)
I
6CS
6CR
Engine code
6B5
6P6
6S8
6AB (WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
6AP
6CW
Model name
Sport Boat
SRT1000(A, B)
(F1C: ’03-’06MY)
SXT1100(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’07-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’11MY)
FRT1100(A, B, C)
(F1T: ’06-’11MY)
LAT1100(A, B)
(F2K: ’12MY)
SXT1100(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’08-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’10MY)
SXT1800(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H, J)
(F2D: ’10-’12MY)
XAT1800(A, B, C)
(F2J: ’12MY)
RX1800(A, B, C,
D) (F3A: ’12MY)
Diagnosis code
Pulser coil
13
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Thermo sensor
15
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Knock sensor
17
TPS
18
〇
〇
〇
Battery voltage
19
〇
〇
〇
Atmospheric pressure sensor
22
Air temperature sensor
23
〇
〇
Cam position sensor
24
〇
Air pressure sensor
29
Slant detection switch
47
APS full close switch
51
EX. manifold temp. sensor
53
Bypass valve motor/Stepping motor
54
Steering switch
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
55
〇
〇
Intake system
63
〇
YPVS
64
〇
EX. manifold water temp sensor
65
〇
Stepping motor operation 1
66
〇
Stepping motor operation 2
67
〇
No-wake mode switch
68
No-wake/Cruise assist up SW
75
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
92
Functions by model (Watercraft)
A
Item
B
C
Engine code
WaveRunner
60E
60E
6B6
60T
Model name
WaveRunner
FX1000
(F1B: ’02MY)
FX1000(A)
GP1300
(F1B: ’03-’05MY) (F1G: ’03-’08MY)
FX1000(A)
(F1Y: ’06-’08MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1S: ’04-’05MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1X: ’06-’08MY)
D
E
F
G
6AA (WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
H
6D3
6BU
6S5
6AN
6BH
6CN
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F1K: ’05-’08MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2L: ’09MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2N: ’10-’12MY)
FX1800(A)
FX1100(A)
FA1800(A)
(F1W: ’08-’11MY) (F1X: ’07-’08MY) (F2S: ’12MY)
GX1800
FB1800(A)
(F2R: ’09-’12MY)
(F2T: ’12MY)
GX1800A
(F2C: ’09-’12MY)
FY1800(A)
(F2H: ’09-’11MY)
VX1800(A)
(F2M: ’11-’12MY)
I
6CS
6CR
Engine code
6B5
6P6
6S8
6AB (WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
6AP
6CW
Model name
Sport Boat
SRT1000(A, B)
(F1C: ’03-’06MY)
SXT1100(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’07-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’11MY)
FRT1100(A, B, C)
(F1T: ’06-’11MY)
LAT1100(A, B)
(F2K: ’12MY)
SXT1100(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’08-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’10MY)
SXT1800(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H, J)
(F2D: ’10-’12MY)
XAT1800(A, B, C)
(F2J: ’12MY)
RX1800(A, B, C,
D) (F3A: ’12MY)
Diagnosis code
〇
No-wake/Cruise assist down SW
76
Reverse switch
78
TPS (ETV)
124
〇
TPS (ETV)
125
TPS (ETV)
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
126
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
TPS (ETV)
127
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
TPS (ETV)
128
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
APS (ETV)
131
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
APS (ETV)
132
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
APS (ETV)
133
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
APS (ETV)
134
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
APS (ETV)
135
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
112
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
113
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
114
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
115
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
116
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
117
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
118
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
119
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
121
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
122
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
123
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
129
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
136
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
93
Functions by model (Watercraft)
A
Item
B
C
Engine code
WaveRunner
60E
60E
6B6
60T
Model name
WaveRunner
FX1000
(F1B: ’02MY)
FX1000(A)
GP1300
(F1B: ’03-’05MY) (F1G: ’03-’08MY)
FX1000(A)
(F1Y: ’06-’08MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1S: ’04-’05MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1X: ’06-’08MY)
D
E
F
G
6AA (WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
H
6D3
6BU
6S5
6AN
6BH
6CN
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F1K: ’05-’08MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2L: ’09MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2N: ’10-’12MY)
FX1800(A)
FX1100(A)
FA1800(A)
(F1W: ’08-’11MY) (F1X: ’07-’08MY) (F2S: ’12MY)
GX1800
FB1800(A)
(F2R: ’09-’12MY)
(F2T: ’12MY)
GX1800A
(F2C: ’09-’12MY)
FY1800(A)
(F2H: ’09-’11MY)
VX1800(A)
(F2M: ’11-’12MY)
I
6CS
6CR
Engine code
6B5
6P6
6S8
6AB (WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
6AP
6CW
Model name
Sport Boat
SRT1000(A, B)
(F1C: ’03-’06MY)
SXT1100(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’07-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’11MY)
FRT1100(A, B, C)
(F1T: ’06-’11MY)
LAT1100(A, B)
(F2K: ’12MY)
SXT1100(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’08-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’10MY)
SXT1800(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H, J)
(F2D: ’10-’12MY)
XAT1800(A, B, C)
(F2J: ’12MY)
RX1800(A, B, C,
D) (F3A: ’12MY)
Diagnosis code
ETV
137
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
138
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
139
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
141
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
142
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
143
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
144
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
145
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
94
Functions by model (Watercraft)
Diagnosis Record
A
Item
B
C
Engine code
WaveRunner
60E
60E
6B6
60T
Model name
WaveRunner
FX1000
(F1B: ’02MY)
FX1000(A)
GP1300
(F1B: ’03-’05MY) (F1G: ’03-’08MY)
FX1000(A)
(F1Y: ’06-’08MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1S: ’04-’05MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1X: ’06-’08MY)
D
E
F
G
6D3
6BU
6S5
6AN
6BH
6CN
6AA (WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F1K: ’05-’08MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2L: ’09MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2N: ’10-’12MY)
FX1800(A)
FX1100(A)
(F1W: ’08-’11MY) (F1X: ’07-’08MY)
GX1800
(F2R: ’09-’12MY)
GX1800A
(F2C: ’09-’12MY)
FY1800(A)
(F2H: ’09-’11MY)
VX1800(A)
(F2M: ’11-’12MY)
H
I
6CS
6CR
FA1800(A)
(F2S: ’12MY)
FB1800(A)
(F2T: ’12MY)
Engine code
6B5
6P6
6S8
6AB (WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
6AP
6CW
Model name
Sport Boat
SRT1000(A, B)
(F1C: ’03-’06MY)
SXT1100(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’07-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’11MY)
FRT1100(A, B, C)
(F1T: ’06-’11MY)
LAT1100(A, B)
(F2K: ’12MY)
SXT1100(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’08-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’10MY)
SXT1800(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H, J)
(F2D: ’10-’12MY)
XAT1800(A, B, C)
(F2J: ’12MY)
RX1800(A, B, C,
D) (F3A: ’12MY)
Diagnosis code
Pulser coil
13
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Thermo sensor
15
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Knock sensor
17
TPS
18
〇
〇
〇
Battery voltage
19
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Air temperature sensor
23
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Cam position sensor
24
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Air pressure sensor
29
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Slant detection switch
47
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
APS full close switch
51
EX. manifold temp. sensor
53
Bypass valve motor/Stepping motor
54
Steering switch
55
Memory data
59
Intake system
63
YPVS
64
〇
EX. manifold water temp sensor
65
〇
Stepping motor operation 1
66
〇
Stepping motor operation 2
67
〇
No-wake mode switch
68
No-wake/Cruise assist up SW
75
〇
No-wake/Cruise assist down SW
76
〇
Reverse switch
78
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
95
〇
Functions by model (Watercraft)
A
Item
B
C
Engine code
WaveRunner
60E
60E
6B6
60T
Model name
WaveRunner
FX1000
(F1B: ’02MY)
FX1000(A)
GP1300
(F1B: ’03-’05MY) (F1G: ’03-’08MY)
FX1000(A)
(F1Y: ’06-’08MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1S: ’04-’05MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1X: ’06-’08MY)
D
E
F
G
6D3
6BU
6S5
6AN
6BH
6CN
6AA (WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F1K: ’05-’08MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2L: ’09MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2N: ’10-’12MY)
FX1800(A)
FX1100(A)
(F1W: ’08-’11MY) (F1X: ’07-’08MY)
GX1800
(F2R: ’09-’12MY)
GX1800A
(F2C: ’09-’12MY)
FY1800(A)
(F2H: ’09-’11MY)
VX1800(A)
(F2M: ’11-’12MY)
H
I
6CS
6CR
FA1800(A)
(F2S: ’12MY)
FB1800(A)
(F2T: ’12MY)
Engine code
6B5
6P6
6S8
6AB (WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
6AP
6CW
Model name
Sport Boat
SRT1000(A, B)
(F1C: ’03-’06MY)
SXT1100(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’07-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’11MY)
FRT1100(A, B, C)
(F1T: ’06-’11MY)
LAT1100(A, B)
(F2K: ’12MY)
SXT1100(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’08-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’10MY)
SXT1800(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H, J)
(F2D: ’10-’12MY)
XAT1800(A, B, C)
(F2J: ’12MY)
RX1800(A, B, C,
D) (F3A: ’12MY)
Diagnosis code
Overheat alert
252
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Low oil pressure alert
253
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
TPS (ETV)
124
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
TPS (ETV)
125
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
TPS (ETV)
126
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
TPS (ETV)
127
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
TPS (ETV)
128
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
APS (ETV)
131
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
APS (ETV)
132
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
APS (ETV)
133
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
APS (ETV)
134
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
APS (ETV)
135
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
112
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
113
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
114
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
115
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
116
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
117
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
118
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
119
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
121
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
122
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
123
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
129
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
136
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
96
Functions by model (Watercraft)
A
Item
B
C
Engine code
WaveRunner
60E
60E
6B6
60T
Model name
WaveRunner
FX1000
(F1B: ’02MY)
FX1000(A)
GP1300
(F1B: ’03-’05MY) (F1G: ’03-’08MY)
FX1000(A)
(F1Y: ’06-’08MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1S: ’04-’05MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1X: ’06-’08MY)
D
E
F
G
6D3
6BU
6S5
6AN
6BH
6CN
6AA (WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F1K: ’05-’08MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2L: ’09MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2N: ’10-’12MY)
FX1800(A)
FX1100(A)
(F1W: ’08-’11MY) (F1X: ’07-’08MY)
GX1800
(F2R: ’09-’12MY)
GX1800A
(F2C: ’09-’12MY)
FY1800(A)
(F2H: ’09-’11MY)
VX1800(A)
(F2M: ’11-’12MY)
H
I
6CS
6CR
FA1800(A)
(F2S: ’12MY)
FB1800(A)
(F2T: ’12MY)
Engine code
6B5
6P6
6S8
6AB (WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
6AP
6CW
Model name
Sport Boat
SRT1000(A, B)
(F1C: ’03-’06MY)
SXT1100(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’07-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’11MY)
FRT1100(A, B, C)
(F1T: ’06-’11MY)
LAT1100(A, B)
(F2K: ’12MY)
SXT1100(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’08-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’10MY)
SXT1800(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H, J)
(F2D: ’10-’12MY)
XAT1800(A, B, C)
(F2J: ’12MY)
RX1800(A, B, C,
D) (F3A: ’12MY)
Diagnosis code
ETV
137
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
138
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
139
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
141
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
142
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
143
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
144
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV
145
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
97
Functions by model (Watercraft)
Engine operating hours
A
Engine speed
B
C
Engine code
WaveRunner
60E
60E
6B6
60T
Model name
WaveRunner
FX1000
(F1B: ’02MY)
FX1000(A)
GP1300
(F1B: ’03-’05MY) (F1G: ’03-’08MY)
FX1000(A)
(F1Y: ’06-’08MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1S: ’04-’05MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1X: ’06-’08MY)
D
E
F
G
6D3
6BU
6S5
6AN
6BH
6CN
6AA (WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F1K: ’05-’08MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2L: ’09MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2N: ’10-’12MY)
FX1800(A)
FX1100(A)
(F1W: ’08-’11MY) (F1X: ’07-’08MY)
GX1800
(F2R: ’09-’12MY)
GX1800A
(F2C: ’09-’12MY)
FY1800(A)
(F2H: ’09-’11MY)
VX1800(A)
(F2M: ’11-’12MY)
H
I
6CS
6CR
FA1800(A)
(F2S: ’12MY)
FB1800(A)
(F2T: ’12MY)
Engine code
6B5
6P6
6S8
6AB (WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
6AP
6CW
Model name
Sport Boat
SRT1000(A, B)
(F1C: ’03-’06MY)
SXT1100(A, B,
C, D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’07-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’11MY)
FRT1100(A, B, C)
(F1T: ’06-’11MY)
LAT1100(A, B)
(F2K: ’12MY)
SXT1100(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’08-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’10MY)
SXT1800(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H, J)
(F2D: ’10-’12MY)
XAT1800(A, B, C)
(F2J: ’12MY)
RX1800(A, B, C,
D) (F3A: ’12MY)
Operating hours
– 2000 r/min
h
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
2000 – 4000 r/min
4000 – 6000 r/min
h
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
h
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
6000 – 8000 r/min
8000 – 10000 r/min
h
〇
〇
h
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
10000 – 12000 r/min
h
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Total operating hours
h
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
98
Functions by model (Watercraft)
Engine Monitor
A
Item
B
Engine code
WaveRunner
60E
60E
6B6
60T
Model name
WaveRunner
FX1000
(F1B: ’02MY)
FX1000(A)
GP1300
(F1B: ’03-’05MY) (F1G: ’03-’08MY)
FX1000(A)
(F1Y: ’06-’08MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1S: ’04-’05MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1X: ’06-’08MY)
E
F
G
6D3
6BU
6S5
6AN
6BH
6CN
6AA (WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F1K: ’05-’08MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2L: ’09MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2N: ’10-’12MY)
FX1800(A)
FX1100(A)
(F1W: ’08-’11MY) (F1X: ’07-’08MY)
GX1800
(F2R: ’09-’12MY)
GX1800A
(F2C: ’09-’12MY)
FY1800(A)
(F2H: ’09-’11MY)
VX1800(A)
(F2M: ’11-’12MY)
H
I
6CS
6CR
FA1800(A)
(F2S: ’12MY)
FB1800(A)
(F2T: ’12MY)
6B5
6P6
6S8
6AB (WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
6AP
6CW
Model name
Sport Boat
SRT1000(A, B)
(F1C: ’03-’06MY)
SXT1100(A, B,
C, D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’07-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’11MY)
FRT1100(A, B, C)
(F1T: ’06-’11MY)
LAT1100(A, B)
(F2K: ’12MY)
SXT1100(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’08-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’10MY)
SXT1800(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H, J)
(F2D: ’10-’12MY)
XAT1800(A, B, C)
(F2J: ’12MY)
RX1800(A, B, C,
D) (F3A: ’12MY)
Unit/state
r/min
〇
〇
Intake air pressure
kPa
〇
Intake air pressure
inHg
Throttle valve opening angle
D
Engine code
Engine speed
TPS1
C
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
deg
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
TPS2
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
APS1
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
APS2
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Atmospheric pressure
hPa
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Atmospheric pressure
inHg
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Fuel injection duration
ms
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Ignition timing
deg
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Battery voltage
Cooling water temperature
℃
〇
Cooling water temperature
℉
〇
Engine temperature
℃
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Engine temperature
℉
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Intake air temperature
℃
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Intake air temperature
℉
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Bypass valve motor/Stepping motor
step
EX. manifold temperature
℃
〇
〇
EX. manifold temperature
℉
〇
〇
EX. manifold water temperature
℃
〇
〇
99
〇
Functions by model (Watercraft)
A
Item
EX. manifold water temperature
YPVS
B
C
Engine code
WaveRunner
60E
60E
6B6
60T
Model name
WaveRunner
FX1000
(F1B: ’02MY)
FX1000(A)
GP1300
(F1B: ’03-’05MY) (F1G: ’03-’08MY)
FX1000(A)
(F1Y: ’06-’08MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1S: ’04-’05MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1X: ’06-’08MY)
D
E
F
G
6D3
6BU
6S5
6AN
6BH
6CN
6AA (WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F1K: ’05-’08MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2L: ’09MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2N: ’10-’12MY)
FX1800(A)
FX1100(A)
(F1W: ’08-’11MY) (F1X: ’07-’08MY)
GX1800
(F2R: ’09-’12MY)
GX1800A
(F2C: ’09-’12MY)
FY1800(A)
(F2H: ’09-’11MY)
VX1800(A)
(F2M: ’11-’12MY)
H
I
6CS
6CR
FA1800(A)
(F2S: ’12MY)
FB1800(A)
(F2T: ’12MY)
Engine code
6B5
6P6
6S8
6AB (WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
6AP
6CW
Model name
Sport Boat
SRT1000(A, B)
(F1C: ’03-’06MY)
SXT1100(A, B,
C, D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’07-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’11MY)
FRT1100(A, B, C)
(F1T: ’06-’11MY)
LAT1100(A, B)
(F2K: ’12MY)
SXT1100(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’08-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’10MY)
SXT1800(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H, J)
(F2D: ’10-’12MY)
XAT1800(A, B, C)
(F2J: ’12MY)
RX1800(A, B, C,
D) (F3A: ’12MY)
Unit/state
℉
〇
deg
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV relay
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Fuel pump relay
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Oil pressure switch
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Slant detection switch
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Steering switch
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Throttle switch
ON/OFF
No-wake mode switch
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
Cruise assist set switch
ON/OFF
〇
〇
Cruise assist up switch
ON/OFF
〇
〇
Cruise assist down switch
ON/OFF
〇
〇
Reverse switch
ON/OFF
〇
〇
No-wake/Cruise assist SW (+)
ON/OFF
〇
No-wake/Cruise assist SW (-)
ON/OFF
〇
APS full closed switch
ON/OFF
Engine start switch
ON/OFF
Engine shut-off switch
ON/OFF
〇
〇
Thermoswitch
ON/OFF
〇
〇
Main relay
〇
〇
〇
〇
100
〇
Functions by model (Watercraft)
Component Test
A
Stationary Test Item
B
C
Engine code
WaveRunner
60E
60E
6B6
60T
Model name
WaveRunner
FX1000
(F1B: ’02MY)
FX1000(A)
GP1300
(F1B: ’03-’05MY) (F1G: ’03-’08MY)
FX1000(A)
(F1Y: ’06-’08MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1S: ’04-’05MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1X: ’06-’08MY)
D
E
F
G
6D3
6BU
6S5
6AN
6BH
6CN
6AA ( WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F1K: ’05-’08MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2L: ’09MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2N: ’10-’12MY)
FX1800(A)
FX1100(A)
(F1W: ’08-’11MY) (F1X: ’07-’08MY)
GX1800
(F2R: ’09-’12MY)
GX1800A
(F2C: ’09-’12MY)
FY1800(A)
(F2H: ’09-’11MY)
VX1800(A)
(F2M: ’11-’12MY)
H
I
6CS
6CR
FA1800(A)
(F2S: ’12MY)
FB1800(A)
(F2T: ’12MY)
Engine code
6B5
6P6
6S8
6AB (WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
6AP
6CW
Model name
Sport Boat
SRT1000(A, B)
(F1C: ’03-’06MY)
SXT1100(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’07-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’11MY)
FRT1100(A, B, C)
(F1T: ’06-’11MY)
LAT1100(A, B)
(F2K: ’12MY)
SXT1100(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’08-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’10MY)
SXT1800(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H, J)
(F2D: ’10-’12MY)
XAT1800(A, B, C)
(F2J: ’12MY)
RX1800(A, B, C,
D) (F3A: ’12MY)
Test type
Activate ignition coil #1
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Activate ignition coil #2
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Activate ignition coil #3
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Activate ignition coil #4
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Activate ignition coil: #1 & 4
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
Activate ignition coil: #2 & 3
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
Activate injector #1
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Activate injector #2
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Activate injector #3
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Activate injector #4
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Activate electric fuel pump
Activation test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Activate bypass valve motor
Activate stepping motor
Activation test
〇
〇
YPVS
Activation test
Test type
Active Test Item
〇
〇
Drop cylinder #1
Drop test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Drop cylinder #2
Drop test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Drop cylinder #3
Drop test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Drop cylinder #4
Drop test
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
101
Functions by model (Watercraft)
Logger Graph
A
Item
B
C
Engine code
WaveRunner
60E
60E
6B6
60T
Model name
WaveRunner
FX1000 (F1B:
’02MY)
FX1000(A)
GP1300
(F1B: ’03-’05MY) (F1G: ’03-’08MY)
FX1000(A)
(F1Y: ’06-’08MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1S: ’04-’05MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1X: ’06-’08MY)
D
E
F
G
6D3
6BU
6S5
6AN
6BH
6CN
6AA (WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F1K: ’05-’08MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2L: ’09MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2N: ’10-’12MY)
FX1800(A)
FX1100(A)
(F1W: ’08-’11MY) (F1X: ’07-’08MY)
GX1800
(F2R: ’09-’12MY)
GX1800A
(F2C: ’09-’12MY)
FY1800(A)
(F2H: ’09-’11MY)
VX1800(A)
(F2M: ’11-’12MY)
H
I
6CS
6CR
FA1800(A)
(F2S: ’12MY)
FB1800(A)
(F2T: ’12MY)
Engine code
6B5
6P6
6S8
6AB (WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
6AP
6CW
Model name
Sport Boat
SRT1000(A, B)
(F1C: ’03-’06MY)
SXT1100(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’07-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’11MY)
FRT1100(A, B, C)
(F1T: ’06-’11MY)
LAT1100(A, B)
(F2K: ’12MY)
SXT1100(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’08-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’10MY)
SXT1800(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H, J)
(F2D: ’10-’12MY)
XAT1800(A, B, C)
(F2J: ’12MY)
RX1800(A, B, C,
D) (F3A: ’12MY)
Unit/state
Engine speed
r/min
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Battery voltage
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
TPS
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Cooling water temperature
℃
Engine temperature
℃
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Engine temperature
℃
EX. manifold water temperature
℃
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Intake air pressure
kPa
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Oil pressure switch
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Stepping motor
step
〇
102
Functions by model (Watercraft)
ECM Rec Graph
A
Item
B
C
Engine code
WaveRunner
60E
60E
6B6
60T
Model name
WaveRunner
FX1000
(F1B: ’02MY)
FX1000(A)
GP1300
(F1B: ’03-’05MY) (F1G: ’03-’08MY)
FX1000(A)
(F1Y: ’06-’08MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1S: ’04-’05MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1X: ’06-’08MY)
D
E
F
G
6D3
6BU
6S5
6AN
6BH
6CN
6AA (WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F1K: ’05-’08MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2L: ’09MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2N: ’10-’12MY)
FX1800(A)
FX1100(A)
(F1W: ’08-’11MY) (F1X: ’07-’08MY)
GX1800
(F2R: ’09-’12MY)
GX1800A
(F2C: ’09-’12MY)
FY1800(A)
(F2H: ’09-’11MY)
VX1800(A)
(F2M: ’11-’12MY)
H
I
6CS
6CR
FA1800(A)
(F2S: ’12MY)
FB1800(A)
(F2T: ’12MY)
Engine code
6B5
6P6
6S8
6AB (WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
6AP
6CW
Model name
Sport Boat
SRT1000(A, B)
(F1C: ’03-’06MY)
SXT1100(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’07-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’11MY)
FRT1100(A, B, C)
(F1T: ’06-’11MY)
LAT1100(A, B)
(F2K: ’12MY)
SXT1100(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’08-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’10MY)
SXT1800(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H, J)
(F2D: ’10-’12MY)
XAT1800(A, B, C)
(F2J: ’12MY)
RX1800(A, B, C,
D) (F3A: ’12MY)
Unit/state
r/min
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
APS1
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
APS2
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Steering sensor
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
TPS1
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
TPS2
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
kPa
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Battery voltage
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Target TPS voltage
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Ref. TPS voltage
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Ref. APS voltage
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Target TPS voltage for ISC
V
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Total hours of operation
h
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Trigger
h
–
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Engine stop mode
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Engine start mode
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
SW-activated engine stop mode
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Engine shut-off switch
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Main relay
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
ETV relay
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Thermoswitch
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Oil pressure switch
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
〇
〇
Engine speed
Intake air pressure
Cord
103
Functions by model (Watercraft)
A
Item
B
C
Engine code
WaveRunner
60E
60E
6B6
60T
Model name
WaveRunner
FX1000
(F1B: ’02MY)
FX1000(A)
GP1300
(F1B: ’03-’05MY) (F1G: ’03-’08MY)
FX1000(A)
(F1Y: ’06-’08MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1S: ’04-’05MY)
FX1100(A)
(F1X: ’06-’08MY)
D
E
F
G
6D3
6BU
6S5
6AN
6BH
6CN
6AA (WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F1K: ’05-’08MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2L: ’09MY)
VX1100(A, B, C)
(F2N: ’10-’12MY)
FX1800(A)
FX1100(A)
(F1W: ’08-’11MY) (F1X: ’07-’08MY)
GX1800
(F2R: ’09-’12MY)
GX1800A
(F2C: ’09-’12MY)
FY1800(A)
(F2H: ’09-’11MY)
VX1800(A)
(F2M: ’11-’12MY)
H
I
6CS
6CR
FA1800(A)
(F2S: ’12MY)
FB1800(A)
(F2T: ’12MY)
Engine code
6B5
6P6
6S8
6AB (WITH
CATALYTIC
CONVERTER)
6AP
6CW
Model name
Sport Boat
SRT1000(A, B)
(F1C: ’03-’06MY)
SXT1100(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’07-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’11MY)
FRT1100(A, B, C)
(F1T: ’06-’11MY)
LAT1100(A, B)
(F2K: ’12MY)
SXT1100(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H)
(F2A: ’08-’09MY)
FAT1100(A, B)
(F2G: ’08-’10MY)
SXT1800(A, B, C,
D, E, F, G, H, J)
(F2D: ’10-’12MY)
XAT1800(A, B, C)
(F2J: ’12MY)
RX1800(A, B, C,
D) (F3A: ’12MY)
Unit/state
OTS mode
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
Cruise assist mode
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
Reverse mode
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
No-wake mode switch
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
Low-RPM mode
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
WARNING
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
ETV limit
ON/OFF
〇
〇
〇
104
Aug. 2011 – ** × 1 ABE
(E)