The slave solenoid or relay is used by all marine engine manufacturers. And if it`s time for a solenoid, it`s also time to have the starter checked and/or rebuilt.plus the starter / solenoid needs to be sealed and you can`t always get it trying to install it when the starter is still on the motor.
I replaced it and all worked well for 4 months.
Mercruiser 3.0 slave solenoid replacement. The second solenoid is similar to an automotive engine design and sits atop the starter motor. This is a genuine mercury marine factory oem part, not aftermarket. Also check the battery switch connection.
Used for starter and power trim systems. Triggering slave solenoids with a remote starter. I have a 2005 bayliner with a mercury i/o engine.
Or you could cause an explosion resulting in damage, injury or death. Best thing to do with this kind of quick test is to have an aligator clip on both ends of your jumper wire and hook the end your are touching different terminal with to an old screwdriver so it makes good contact. Now as a side issue this wire harness has a 12 after start the power to the coil is taken off the choke heater wire through.jul 07, · ok you need to look at the wiring diagram in mercruiser.
Mercruiser starter and trim solenoids. The solenoid is mounted on a plate in a very tight area making it almost impossible to see behind the plate. So, time will tell how good it is by how long it lasts.
Oem mercury mercruiser starter slave solenoid t 1. These solenoids are sealed units with small metal tabs bent over to hold them together. Locate the two solenoids on your boat's motor.
Slave solenoid replacement in merc 3.0l. I have a 2001 3.0 mercruiser purchased new. While the wiring to the switch and back to the engine is fine when new, but connection can corrode over time and may not supply enough amperage to pull in the starter solenoid, especially on very long runs of wire found on some boats.
Last october 2009 i went to start … read more In 6/09 the slave solenoid failed. I have a 1992 sea ray 170 with a 3.0 mercruiser i/o.
The remote solenoid is 4 inches away from the starter so that is not on the replacement starter. A ft boat could have two 4s or two inline four cylinders. If the engine cranks over, you need a new slave solenoid.
A clicking sound only from the starter. One (called a slave solenoid) sits on the top of the engine block and is easy to access. Now clicks when i hit ignition key but wont turn over and i cant jump the other solenoid out anymore.
I have replaced the starter solenoid, but that has no … read more. When i turn the ignition key, the slave solenoid clicks but the starter does not activate. The same part number solenoid is used in the power trim/tilt assembly.
I have been trying to remove the starter slave solenoid from the engine but the two bolts holding the solenoid just keep turning and not coming out. Replaced starter solenoid on mercruiser 3.0l because i heard it spinning but not engaging. It was a quick delivery and a perfect fit match with the old part.
I have rebuilt those slave solenoids many times. Solenoid on the starter is hot. The plunger disc has to make contact between the min stud terminals.
Help removing solenoid for mercruiser 3.0 if you mean the solenoid on the starter, remove the starter first. The slave solenoid won't cause a weak start condition so i would look elsewhere. I have a mercruiser 1995 3.0 lx, serial no.
Again, be careful lightly touching wires, won't tell you much and can burn. Please check our current stock level and order below or use the contact us form at the bottom of the page for any questions. Normal slave relay failure is due to excessive moisture and or low voltage burning the main contacts, thats why you can click them several times then they suddenly work.
So they install the relay or solenoid. The best way to buy a solenoid is to email us with your engine serial number. I have not used it in about 6 weeks.