Minn Kota® - Installation Instructions

Minn Kota® - Installation Instructions
CE Master User Manual for E-DRIVE
PRIMARY PROPULSION MOTOR
MOTEUR DE PROPULSION PRIMAIRE
PLEASE THOROUGHLY READ THIS USER
MANUAL. FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS AND HEED
ALL SAFETY & CAUTIONARY NOTICES BELOW.
USE OF THIS MOTOR IS ONLY PERMITTED FOR
PERSONS THAT HAVE READ AND UNDERSTOOD
THESE USER INSTRUCTIONS. MINORS MAY USE
THIS MOTOR ONLY UNDER ADULT SUPERVISION.
LISEZ S’IL VOUS PLAÎT TOUT À FAIT CE MANUEL D’UTILISATEUR. SUIVEZ TOUTES LES INSTRUCTIONS ET FAITES ATTENTION À TOUTE LA SÉCURITÉ
ET AUX PRÉAVIS D’AVERTISSEMENT CI-DESSOUS.
L’UTILISATION DE CE MOTEUR EST SEULEMENT
PERMISE POUR LES PERSONNES QUI ONT LU ET
ONT COMPRIS CES INSTRUCTIONS D’UTILISATEUR.
LES MINEURS PEUVENT UTILISER CE MOTEUR
SEULEMENT DANS LA SUPERVISION ADULTE.
Feature Information
Controller Features
Mounting
Cautions
Battery Information
Circuit Breaker
Wiring Diagram
Testing and Operation
Break Away Features
Transporting
Maintenance
Prop Replacement
Troubleshooting
Warranty
Renseignements sur les particularités
Particularités de la commande
Montage
Prudences
Information sur les batteries
Disjoncteur
Schéma de Câblage
Essais et fonctionnement
Particularités sur l’assemblage détachable
Transport
Entretien
Remplacement de l’hélice
Dépannage
Garantie
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FEATURE INFORMATION
Direction Indicator
Indicateur de direction
Maximizer / Permanently
Sealed Electronics
Maximizer / circuits
électroniques scellés en
permanence
Cable Steer Compatible
Compatible à la direction
par câble
Bolt On Transom Bracket
Support de tableau
arrière boulonné
Built in break away
Assemblage
détachable incorporé
RENSEIGNEMENTS SUR LES PARTICULARITÉS
Tilt Actuator
Mise en marche
du relevage
Stainless Steel Propeller
Hélice en acier inoxydable
Sacrificial Anode
Anode sacrificatoire
Permanent Magnet 48 volt Motor
Moteur de 48 V à aimants permanents
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Specifications subject to change without notice.
Fiche technique sujette aux changements sans préavis
Tilt Up/Down Switch
Interrupteur de
relevage/abaissement
CONTROLLER FEATURES
LCD Display
Affichage à
cristaux liquides
Master Key Switch
Interrupteur à
clé principal
Throttle Control
Lever
Levier de commande
de l’accélération
Voltage Fuel Gauge
LCD Display
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THROTTLE FAULT
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0
F
75
100
%
POWER
A
V
Hrs.
Prop Obstructed
Hélice obstruée
Battery Fuel Gauge
Indicateur
d’énergie des
batteries
Prop Obstructed
Battery Run Time Gauge
Indicateur de temps de
fonctionnement des batteries
PARTICULARITÉS DE LA COMMANDE
Percentage of Power
Pourcentage de puissance
N
E
“N” Icon
Return to Neutral
Revenez au point mort.
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CONTROLLER FEATURES
PARTICULARITÉS DE LA COMMANDE
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CONTROLLER FEATURES:
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Throttle Control Lever: Has Forward / Neutral / and Reverse positions.
Tilt up / down Switch: Allows the motor to be tilted up or down.
Master on/off key Switch: Turns system on and off.
LCD Display: Displays the following features:
• Percentage of Power Icon: Provides a visual indication of the motor percentage of power/speed
settings.
• Battery Run Time Gauge: The motor is equipped with a real time battery gauge. It will dynamically
display hours of remaining running time at the current speed setting. The motor does not need to
be running for the gauge to display. This gauge is accurate only with four series wired, Group 27,
105 Amp hour deep cycle marine batteries. The running time reading is always displayed when the
Master Switch is ON.
• Prop Obstructed Icon: Will appear if propeller is stalled or obstructed in some manner. Return to
neutral, tilt motor up, turn Master Switch to OFF position and free obstruction.
• “Throttle Fault”: Return throttle to neutral and system will reset.
•”N” icon: Will display if unit is turned on while the throttle is not in neutral position. Return throttle to
neutral and system will reset.
• LCD Backlight: The LCD has a backlight when unit is powered up.
• Battery Fuel Gauge: Visual indication of battery power, “Fuel”, remaining.
COMPONENTS:
MOUNTING
Throttle Assembly w/Cable
Drag Link
E-Drive Motor
Motor / Throttle Mounting Templates (two copies are included: Owner’s Manual and Throttle
Assembly.)
Throttle Assembly Mounting Hardware
Trim Gauge w/Mounting Hardware OPTIONAL
E Drive Motor Mounting Hardware
Jumper wire-1’ (2)
Jumper wire-4’ (1)
Propeller assembly
TOOLS REQUIRED:
1/8” diameter drill bit (For mounting the Throttle Assembly)
3/8” diameter drill bit (For mounting the E-Drive Motor)
1” diameter hole saw (For routing the Throttle Cable plug end)
2 1/16” diameter hole saw (For mounting the Trim Gauge)
Center punch
Hand Drill
#2 Phillips screwdriver
5/8” wrench and/or ratchet and socket. (For mounting the E-Drive Motor Unit)
11/16” wrench and/or ratchet and socket (For mounting the E-Drive Motor Unit)
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MOU NTING
NOTE: MINN KOTA MOTORS/JOHNSON OUTDOORS IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE DUE TO IMPROPER RIGGING OR INSTALLATION OF THE E‑DRIVE UNIT.
Mounting the E-Drive unit:
The Motor Mounting Template is printed in two locations. One copy is printed in the Owner’s Manual and a second
copy is packaged with the Throttle Assembly. (Note, do not photocopy the Mounting Templates as the hole locations
and dimensions will not be accurate on the photocopies.) To mount the motor;
1).Cut out the Motor Mounting Template desired.
2).On the top edge of the transom measure, locate, and mark the center of the transom. Align the
top edge of the Template with the top of the transom. Align the centerline of the Template with the
center of the transom.
3).Tape the Template to the transom.
4).Use a center punch to mark the hole locations.
5).Using a 3/8” drill bit, drill the four motor mounting holes making sure that the holes drilled are perpendicular to the transom.
6).Place the E-Drive Motor on the transom and securely attach it using the four 3/8” x 3 1/2” bolts,
washers and locking nuts provided in the Motor Mounting Hardware bag.
7).Pass the steering cable of the watercraft through the steering tube on the E-Drive Motor and secure
the nut.
8).Attach the Drag Link to the steering cable and the E-Drive Motor steering arm.
9).Attach the propeller. (See “Propeller Installation / Replacement” in motor manual)
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THROTTLE ASSEMBLY INSTALLATION:
SURFACE/BINNACLE THROTTLE MOUNTING:
MOUNTING
CAUTION: WHEN INSTALLING THE THROTTLE ASSEMBLY MAKE SURE THE MOUNTING AREA
IS CLEAR OF ANY OBSTRUCTIONS ON THE UNDERSIDE OF THE MOUNTING SURFACE, AND
CLEAR OF THE STEERING WHEEL, SWIVELING SEATS, ETC.
The Throttle Assembly Mounting Template is also printed in two locations. One copy is printed in the Owner’s
Manual and a second copy is packaged with the Throttle Assembly. Cut out the Template you intend to use.
(Note, do not photocopy the Mounting Templates as the hole locations and dimensions will not be accurate on the
photocopies.)
1).Place the Template in the area you wish to mount the Throttle Assembly and check for any obstructions. Reposition if necessary.
2).Tape the Template in place. Drill a 1” diameter hole for the Throttle Cable where indicated.
3). Drill four 1/8” diameter holes to mount the Throttle Assembly.
(Installation Tip: Before mounting the Throttle Assembly you may want to route and attach the
Throttle Cable)
4).Pass the Throttle Cable plug end through the 1” diameter hole.
5).Attach the Throttle Cable to the Throttle Assembly. Rotate the threaded plug collar clockwise to
secure the plug connection.
6).Place the Throttle Assembly into position and fasten it to the mounting surface using the four #8-18
x fl’’ throttle mounting screws provided.
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SIDE MOUNTING THROTTLE:
MOUNTING
A Side Mount Bracket is included with the Throttle Assembly.
1).Place the Side Mount Bracket in the area you wish to mount the Throttle Assembly and check for any
obstructions. Reposition if necessary. Mark the four mounting hole locations.
2).Drill four 1/8” diameter holes to mount the Throttle Assembly.
3).Fasten the Side Mount Bracket to the mounting surface using the four #8-18 x fl’’ throttle mounting
screws provided.
(Installation Tip: Before mounting the Throttle Assembly on the Side Mount Bracket, you may want to
route the Throttle Cable.)
4).Pass the Throttle Cable plug end through the 1” diameter hole in the Side Mount Bracket. Attach the
Throttle Cable to the Throttle Assembly. Rotate the threaded plug collar clockwise to secure the plug
connection.
5).Fasten the Throttle Assembly to the Side Mount Bracket using the four #6-32 screws and nuts provided.
THROTTLE CABLE ROUTING/INSTALLATION AND MOTOR CONNECTION:
Plan the routing of the Throttle Cable so it will enter the right side of the E-Drive Motor. (As viewed when facing toward
the front of the watercraft while standing behind the E Drive Motor Unit.)
To attach the Throttle Cable to the E Drive Motor Unit:
1).Align the throttle cable motor plug end (7/8” diameter male plug) with the corresponding 7/8” female plug
end on the short throttle cable attached to the E-Drive motor unit.
2).Push the plug ends together and rotate the threaded plug collar clockwise to secure the throttle cable
plug connection. (Note: this is a waterproof connection. No additional sealant or grease is required.)
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TIILT GAUGE INSTALLATION
1).The tilt sending unit included with the Minn Kota E-Drive electric outboard motor is equipped with a 2
conductor lead, 20 ft in length. This 2 conductor leads provides the tilt gauge signal.
2). For all connections to the tilt gauge, be sure to use stranded, insulated wire of at least 18 awg that is
approved for marine use. Use insulated ring type terminals for all gauge connections except the internal
lighting which requires a 1/4” female blade terminal.
3). Disconnect the battery.
4).Cut a 2-1/16” diameter hole in the dash and mount the tilt gauge with the backclamp supplied.
5). Connect the BLUE wire, (from the 2 conductor tilt gauge lead), to the stud marked “S” (signal) and secure
with a nut and lock washer.
6). Connect the BLACK wire, (from the 2 conductor tilt gauge lead), to the stud marked “GND”
(ground). To this same stud, attach a wire that is connected to the watercrafts -12 volt (ground)
accesory circuit. If the watercraft does not have it’s own -12 volt accesory circuit, connect this wire
to the negative post of battery #1 of the 4 -12 volt batteries that are series connected to provide
power for the Minn Kota E-Drive electric outboard. Secure both wire terminals with a nut and lock
washer.
MOUNTING
CAUTION: Disconnect the battery during installation. Tighten nuts on the backclamp only slightly
more than you can tighten with your fingers. Six inch-pounds of torque is sufficient. Over tightening could
result in damage to the instrument and may void your warranty.
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MOUNTING
7).Connect a wire to stud marked “I” (ignition) and secure with a nut and lock washer. Connect the opposite
end of this wire to the +12 volt side of the watercrafts switch conrolled accessory circuit, if the watercraft is so
equipped. Otherwise, connect this wire to the +12 volt positive battery post, of battery #1 of the 4-12 volt batteries that are series con nected to provide power for the Minn Kota E-Drive electric outboard.
8).For internal gauge backlighting, connect a wire from the 1/4” blade terminal to the +12 volt switched accessory
circuit of the watercraft, if the watercraft is so equipped. Otherwise, connect this wire to the stud marked “I”.
NOTE: To change light bulb, twist black socket assembly one-eighth turn counter clockwise until it pops out.
Bulb pulls out of socket assembly. It is a GE No. 161 instrument lamp.
WARNING: Different tilt gauge manufacturers may not use the same tilt sender resistance
values as those supplied by the tilt sender installed on the Minn Kota E-Drive electric outboard
motor. If you are not using the tilt gauge supplied with the E-Drive electric outboard, be sure the
gauge used is compatible with a tilt sender that will provide 0-100 ohms of resistance.
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CAUTIONS
Attention:
•Avoid running your motor with the propeller outside of the water. This may result in injuries from the rotating propeller.
•It is recommended to set the speed selector to zero and place the motor in the deployed position prior to
connecting power cables. Disconnect power cables prior to stowing.
•Always ensure that the power cables are not twisted or kinked; and that they are securely routed to avoid a
safety or trip hazard. Ensure cables are unobstructed in all locations to avoid damaging the wire insulation. Damage to the insulation could result in failure or injury.
•Always inspect the insulation of the power cables prior to use to ensure they are not damaged.
•Disregarding these safety precautions may result in an electrical short of the battery(s) and/or motor.
Always disconnect the motor from the battery(s) before cleaning or checking the propeller.
•Avoid submerging the complete motor as water may enter the lower unit through control head and shaft.
Water in the lower unit may cause an electrical short and damage the lower unit. This damage will not be
covered by warranty.
Caution!­
•Always operate the motor in a safe distance away from obstructions. Never approach the motor when the
propeller is running. Contact with a spinning propeller may endanger you or others.
•Always exercise safe practices when using your motor; stay clear of other watercrafts, swimmers, and any
floating objects. Always obey water regulations applicable to your area of operation.
•Never operate the motor while under the influence of alcohol, drugs, medication, or other substances which
may impair your ability to safely operate equipment.
•This motor is not suitable for use in strong currents exceeding the thrust level of the motor.
The constant noise pressure level of the motor during use is less than 70dB(A). The overall vibration level
does not exceed 2,5m/sec≈.
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BATTERY INFORMATION
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BATTERY INFORMATION:
The motor requires a 48 volt power source. Four 12 Volt, Group 27, 115 Amp hour Deep Cycle batteries connected in series must be used. The circuitry that monitors battery life for the LCD is based on that
specific wiring configuration. Using any other wiring configuration to provide 48 volts will result in inaccurate running time and battery life readings. Maintain batteries at full charge. Failure to recharge lead-acid
batteries (within 12 - 24 hours) is the leading cause of premature battery failure. For best results, use a
variable rate, Minn Kota charger to avoid overcharging.
An over-current protection device (circuit breaker or fuse) must be used with this motor. Coast Guard
requirements dictate that each ungrounded current-carrying conductor must be protected by a manually
reset, trip-free circuit breaker or fuse. The type (voltage and current rating) of the fuse or circuit breaker must
be sized accordingly to the trolling motor used. The following breaker sizes are recommended guidelines:
Maximum thrust Voltage Recommended circuit breaker rating
30# to 45# 12V 50A @ 12VDC
50# to 55# 12V 60A @ 12VDC
65# to 70# 24V 50A @ 24VDC
80# 24V 60A @ 24VDC
101# 36V 50A @ 36VDC
E-Drive 48V 40A @ 48VDC
CIRCUIT BREAKER
BOAT RIGGING AND MOTOR INSTALLATION:
The appropriate wire size needed to connect your trolling motor to the trolling motor batteries varies depending on the length of cable needed and voltage of the motor. For additional information, please consult appropriate ABYC (American Boat and Yacht Council) and Coast Guard requirements.
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Red Battery (+)
Rouge (+) de batterie
Resistor
Résistance
Black Battery (-)
Noir (-) de batterie
Contactor
Relais de contact
48 VOLT WIRING
CÂBLAGE DE 48 V
Orange tail
Orange pontage
Front post
Borne avant
Black actuator lead
Fil noir du vérin
Orange to front terminal
Orange à la cosse avant
Red Jumper (+)
Fil de pontage rouge (+)
Black Battery (-)
Noir (-) de batterie
Front terminal
Cosse avant
Red Motor (+)
Rouge (+)
du moteur
Black Motor (-)
Noir (-) du
moteur
(to Black actuator lead OLD models)
(to Green actuator lead NEW models)
(au fil noir du vérin VIEUX produit)
(au fil vert du vérin NOUVEAU produit)
Rear post
Borne arrière
Brown to rear terminal
Marron à la cosse arrière
WIRING DIAGRAM
Rear terminal
Cosse arrière
Throttle/LCD/ON/OFF/tilt switch cable plug
Prise du câble d’interrupteur de relevage/
MARCHE/ARR T/affichage à cristaux liquides/accélération
Black actuator lead
Fil noir du vérin
Red actuator lead (+)
(to Orange actuator lead OLD models)
(to Yellow actuator lead NEW models)
Fil rouge (+) du vérin
(au fil orange du vérin VIEUX produit)
(au fil orange du vérin NOUVEAU produit)
Black battery lead wire (-)
Fil noir (-) de batterie
Red battery lead wire (+)
Fil rouge (+) de batterie
1’ Jumper
Câble de pontage
de 30,48 cm (1 pi)
1’ Jumper
Câble de pontage
de 30,48 cm (1 pi)
BATTERY 1
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BATTERY 2
BATTERY 3
4’ JUMPER W/ CIRCUIT BREAKER
CÂBLE DE PONTAGE DE 1,22 M (4 PI)
AVEC DISJONCTEUR
BATTERY 4
Light Assembly
Assemblage d’éclairage
Blade Terminal (+) to instrument lighting circuit.
Cosse à lame (+) pour le
circuit d’éclairage de l’instrument
+
D
SIG
GR
Ignition Terminal (+12v)
on ignition switch
Cosse d’allumage (+12 V)
sur l’interrupteur d’allumage
2-1/16” dia. hole
Trou de 52,39
mm (2-1/16 po)
de diamètre
Black wire (-12v, ground)
Fil noir (-12 V, masse)
Blue wire from tilt sender
(20 ft 2 conductor lead)
Fil bleu de l’émetteur de
relevage (2 fils conducteurs de 6,1 m (20 pi))
Black wire from tilt sender
(20 ft 2 conductor lead)
Fil noir de l’émetteur de
relevage (2 fils conducteurs de 6,1 m (20 pi))
TESTING:
1). Make sure that all objects and people are away from the prop.
2). Turn the master switch to the on position and visually confirm the LCD display is on. Slowly move
the throttle forward to a slow running position. If everything is hooked up correctly, the prop will turn
clock-wise as you view the motor from inside the boat.
3). Now move the throttle lever to the center detent position to stop the prop rotation.
4) Slowly move the lever to a slow reverse position. If everything is hooked up correctly, the prop will
turn counter-clockwise as you view the motor from inside the boat.
5) Now move the throttle lever to the center detent position to stop the prop rotation.
6) Test the tilt up/down switches to verify function.
7) Turn master to the off position.
8) Do not operate tilt switch while propeller is turning. This can cause premature failure of the actuator.
TESTING AND OPERATION
When the rigging and mounting is complete, the motor should be tested to make sure everything is operating properly. Follow these steps:
OPERATION:
1) Turn the master switch to the ON position.
2) Using the tilt up/down switch, raise the motor up, disengage tilt lock arm and lower motor for use.
3) Select either a forward or reverse direction and slowly move the throttle away from neutral.
4) Steering is easy. Use your boats steering wheel to turn the e-drive motor left or right.
5) To stop the propeller, you may either place the throttle lever in the neutral position or turn the master
switch to the off position.
6) When not in use, the master switch should be turned to the OFF position to completely shut the
motor down. With the master switch on, a very small amount of electricity is always being drawn.
To reduce the drain on the batteries, the off position on the master switch should be used.
NOTE: WHEN THE BATTERY VOLTAGE FALLS BELOW 38V, THE BATTERY E, F FUEL GAUGE ICON
WILL FLASH AND THE HOURS WILL READ 0.0.
WHEN BATTERY VOLTAGE FALLS BELOW 36V, THE LOWER UNIT WILL SHUT OFF. THE LCD WILL GO
BLANK AND ONLY THE E, F FUEL GAUGE ICON WILL FLASH.
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BREAK AWAY FEATURES:
BREAK AWAY ASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLAGE DÉTACHABLE
CATCH PIN
GOUPILLE D’ACCROCHAGE
SIDE BRACKET REMOVED TO EXPOSE ASSEMBLY
SUPPORT LATÉRAL ENLEVÉ POUR EXPOSER L’ASSEMBLAGE
BREAK AWAY FEATURES
The E-Drive electric outbaord features a built-in break away system. If, while moving forward, the E-Drive
motor lower unit contacts an underwater obstruction, the break away system will release and allow the the
motor unit to swing up and over the obstruction preventing damage to the E-Drive motor shaft, lower unit,
and propeller. In most instances, the break away system will automatically reset when the motor clears the
underwater obstruction and is again exerting forward thrust on the watercraft. If the break away system does
not automatically reset, place the throttle control lever in the neutral position, raise the motor lower unit out of
the water by using the tilt up switch, and turn off master switch. Exert downward pressure on the lower unit
to re-engage the break away catch and pin. (SEE PHOTO)
TRANSPORTING THE E-DRIVEUNIT:
CAUTION: TILT LOCK ARM MUST BE USED IF BOAT IS TRAILERED WITH MOTOR RAISED.
FAILURE TO USE TILT LOCK WILL DAMAGE LIFT ACTUATOR AND VOID WARRANTY.
CAUTION: IF TOWING THE BOAT ON THE WATER BECOMES NECESSARY, MAKE SURE MOTOR IS
TRIMMED OUT OF THE WATER OR TOWED AT LESS THAN 5MPH. TOWING WITH THE MOTOR IN THE
WATER AT GREATER THAN 5 MPH FORCES THE PROPELLER TO ROTATE AT HIGH RPM AND COULD
RESULT IN CIRCUIT BOARD FAILURE.
CAUTION: TILT MECHANISM IS DESIGNED FOR TILTING MOTOR WHEN THE PROPELLER IS NOT TURNING. TILTING THE MOTOR WHILE THE PROPELLER IS TURNING CAN CAUSE PREMATURE FAILURE OF THE ACTUATOR.
To engage the tilt lock arm - Tilt motor up until it stops, manually move arm to the engage position as shown
in illustration. Tilt motor down until it stops and release tilt switch.
To disengage the tilt lock arm - Tilt motor up until it stops, manually disengage arm and tilt down for use.
TILT LOCK ARM ENGAGED
BRAS DE BLOCAGE DE
RELEVAGE ENCLENCHÉ
TILT LOCK ARM DIS-ENGAGED
BRAS DE BLOCAGE DE
RELEVAGE DÉCROCHÉ
TRANSPORTER L’UNITÉ DE E-DRIVE :
MAINTENANCE:
CAUTION: DISCONNECT THE MOTOR
• Disconnect motor from battery prior to changing the
FROM THE BATTERY BEFORE BEGINNING
propeller.
• Hold the propeller and loosen the prop nut with a pliers ANY PROP WORK OR MAINTENANCE.
or a wrench.
• Remove prop nut and washer. If the drive pin is
sheared/broken, you will need to hold the shaft steady
Weedless Propeller
with a screwdriver blade pressed into the slot on the
Hélice anti-herbe
end of the shaft.
• Turn the old prop to horizontal ( as illustrated ) and pull
it straight off. If drive pin falls out, push it back in.
• Align new propeller with drive pin.
• Install prop washer and prop nut.
• Tighten prop nut 1/4 turn past snug. [25-35 inch lbs.]
Prop nut
Be careful, over tightening can damage prop.
Slot End
Extrémité fendue
PROPELLER REPLACEMENT
PROPELLER REPLACEMENT:
MAINTENANCE
1 After use, rinse the unit with fresh water and allow to dry. Then, wipe it down with a cloth dampened with an
aqueous based silicone spray. The E-Drive series is not intended for salt water use. Use in salt water will void
your warranty.
2. The propeller must be cleaned of weeds and fishing line. The line can get behind the prop, wear away the seals
and allow water to enter the motor. Disconnect battery and check this after every 20 hours of operation.
3. To prevent accidental damage during trailering or storage, disconnect the battery whenever the watercraft is not
on the water. For prolonged storage, lightly coat all metal parts with an aqueous based silicone spray.
4. For maximum performance, restore battery to full charge immediately and before each use.
5. To prevent damage during trailering, the motor must be in the vertical position or tilted up with the lock arm
engaged as shown in illustration on page 16.
Écrou de l’hélice
Washer
Rondelle
Drive pin
Broche d’entraînement
ATTENTION: DÉBRANCHER LE MOTEUR
DE LA BATTERIE AVANT D’ENTREPRENDRE
L’ENTRETIEN DE L’HÉLICE.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING:
1) Motor fails to run or lacks power:
• Check battery connections for proper polarity.
• Insure all batteries are fully charged.
• Make sure terminals are clean and corrosion free. Use fine sandpaper or emery cloth to clean terminals.
NOTE: WHEN THE BATTERY VOLTAGE FALLS BELOW 38V, THE BATTERY E, F FUEL GAUGE ICON WILL FLASH
AND THE HOURS WILL READ 0.0.
WHEN BATTERY VOLTAGE FALLS BELOW 36V, THE LOWER UNIT WILL SHUT OFF. THE LCD WILL GO BLANK AND
ONLY THE E, F FUEL GAUGE ICON WILL FLASH.
2) Motor stops running during use:
• The motor has reached its current limit (possibly the propeller is blocked - system LCD will show prop obstruction
icon if this occurs). Move throttle control lever to neutral, tilt motor up, turn master switch OFF, free obstruction,
turn Master Switch ON, lower motor and move throttle control lever to forward or reverse position.
• Check fuses or circuit breaker in boat.
3) Motor does not respond to controller commands.
• Make sure master switch is in the “ON” position.
• “N” Icon displayed on LCD when Master Switch is turned “ON”. Throttle control lever is not in neutral position.
Place throttle control lever in neutral position to reset system.
4) Motor loses power after a short running time:
• Check battery charge, if low, restore to full charge.
5) The lower unit does not fully deploy:
• Check for shallow water or underwater obstructions.
6) Motor runs, but prop does not turn.
• Check shear pin, replace if broken.
E-Drive
Remote Steer
Moteur E-Drive
dirigé lointain
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purchased.
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5
30
35 85
10
65
15
20
1
1010
70
1015 1020
1025
1000
Item
P/N
1 2357000
5 2-100-210
10 140-011
15 788-075
20 2-200-220
25 2-300-210
30 421-310
35 140-013
n 2884460
40 880-027
45 725-097
50 188-096
60 2-600-210
65 975-041
70 701-044
80 701-009
85 2053410
90 830-096
135 640-030
136 640-130
200 2042011
2102056700
215 2263447
220 2371715
225 2050110
230 2045600
235 2050211
240 2045610
245 2041910
250 2043416
255 9950357
n 2774211
260 2383104
262 9909003
265 2383515
270 2263105
275 2044211
277 990-067
278 2263105
285 2263453
295 2044200
300 9950339
310 2382900
315 2046201
325 2042620
330 2266000
3352042905
3402040207
345 2372100
3502040701
355 2261718
Description
Motor Assembly
Armature assembly
Bearing, plain end
Retaining ring
Center housing assemby
Brush end housing assembly
Plain end housing assembly
Bearing, brush end
Seal & Oring Kit (40, 70, & 80)
Seal
Paper tube
Brush
Brush plate assembly
Brush spring
O-ring, motor
O-ring, thru-bolt
Screw, 8-32
Thru-bolt
Leadwire, black
Leadwire, red
Tube, Motor
Pointer
Screw, #8
Lockwasher, #8
Pointer knob
Decal, top
Shroud
Decal, side
Bracket, indicator
Screw, 1/4-28 BHCS
Lockwasher, 1/4
Drag link assy
Nut, 3/8-24 nylock
Lockwasher, 3/8
Quick disconnect
Nut, 3/8-24
Drag link
Washer, thrust
Nut, 3/8-24
Bolt 1/4-20 x 1
Arm, steering
Cap, motor fitting
Grommet, split
Bearing race, main E-drive
Pin, spring
Beaing, steel ball
Grommet
Cap-top
Screw, 8-18 x 5/8
Contactor
Washer, lock - #10
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
1
2
Item
P/N
360 2223454
365 2040600
370 2050220
371 2045611
375 2371715
380 2332101
385 2044009
386 2043418
387 2994071
388 2040605
389 2263201
390 9954533
391 2053415
392 9950433
395 9950357
4002042911
402 2046510
405 2040200
410 2053413
420 2266115
425 2041700
430 2261622
431 2263453
n 2770217
435 2040215
440 2044025
445 2044020
451 2042705
452 2042200
455 2043110
456 2047315
460 2041915
464 2042900
465 2047412
470 2041930
475 2332101
480 2044014
485 2302100
490 2042701
500 2880900
510 2043408
511 2303112
512 2043412
550 2044030
n
2778407
555 2998405
560 2041937
565 2043402
568 2013110
570 2044221
575 2042005
Description
Qty
Screw, 10-32 x 1/2
Wire, connecting 10 ga red
Shield, extrusion, vantage
Decal, shield, E-drive
Lockwasher, #8
Screw, 8-32 x 1/2
Control Board, E-drive
Screw, 4-40 x 3/8
Resistor, E-drive
Leadwire, prime power
Cable clamp, 9/16
Screw, 1/4-20 x 3/4 SHCS
Screw, 8-32 x 3/8
Tie wrap
Lockwasher, 1/4
Stand-off
Extrusion, main, E-drive
Cap-bottom, E-drive
Screw 10-16 x 1 type AB
Bearing cone
Washer 1 3/16 x 1 3/4
Collar half, alum
Screw, 1/4-20 x 1 SHCS
Throttle assembly [435-512]
Throttle cover
Switch, key
Switch, tilt
Spring knob
Gear, potentiometer
Nut, speed
Bearing, nyliner
Base, throttle
Strain relief
Cable, throttle
Bracket, mounting
Screw, #8-32
LCD/Cable assy [465]
Screw, #6
Spring, handle
Throttle handle w/ decal
Screw, #8
Nut, #8-32
Screw, #8-18
Tilt gauge
Tilt send assy w/o gauge [555-598]
Potentiometer assy
Tilt bracket
Screw, #4
Nut, #10-24
Tilt sender arm
Roller tube
2
1
2
1
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
4
2
1
1
1
8
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
2
1
1
2
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Item P/N
580 2043500
585 2043112
590 2053415
595 2043400
598 2042711
600 2043000
605 2042614
606 9950825
607 2042000
610 2041981
612 2047323
615 2042612
620 2263006
625 2992804
626 2053415
627 2040721
630 2047302
635 2770801
640 2043420
645 2042610
650 2042618
n 2774305
655 2044301
660 2263006
670 2770802
675 2042722
680 2042624
685 2047320
690 2043428
695 2774309
696 2045630
700 9954533
705 2041940
710 2042616
715 9950357
720 2042715
725 2047200
735 2041500
740 2041810
745 2043504
750 2998200
755 2340610
Description
Shoulder bolt
Nut, #6
Screw #8
Screw #6
Torsion spring
E-ring, .500
Pin, pivot, upper
Nut, steering, hex
steering tube
Bracket, machined
Bushing, I-Glide
Pin, lower, actuator
E-ring 5/16
Actuator assy w/ terminals
Screw, 8-32 x 3/8
Clamp, cable 3/8
Bearing, flange
Link, upper, right side
Screw, 5/16-18 x 3/4 Pin, upper, actuator
Pin, latch, breakaway
Arm assy [655, 630(2)]
Arm- actuator, machined
E-ring, 5/16
Link, upper, left side
Spring, extension
Pin, stabilizer
Bushing, tilt arm
Screw, 5/16-18 x 1 1/2
Arm, stabilizer [695-696]
Warning Decal
Screw, 1/4-20 x 3/4 SHCS
Plate, latch, breakaway
Pin, upper, breakaway
Lockwasher 1/4
Spring, breakaway
Latch, breakaway
Shim washer, breakaway
Extrusion, breakaway
Bolt, shoulder 1/4-20 x 1 1/4
Circuit breaker assy
connector cable
Qty
1
3
2
3
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
4
1
2
2
4
1
3
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
n 1378140
1010 2352602
1015 2091701
1020 2198401
1025 2374611
Propeller kit Drive pin
Washer, prop
Nut, nylock, prop, Anode
O-ring, prop
1
1
1
1
1
n 2994882
Mounting bag kit (3/8 hardware)
1
Item
P/N
Description
Qty
Minn Kota accessories
available for your motor.
Circuit Breakers
OnBoard Chargers
Battery Monitors
AC Power Port
Charger Extension Cables
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