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Yamaha 6Y8-2819V-00 Owner's Manual

Command link multifunction meter (round)
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COMMAND LINK
MULTIFUNCTION METER
(ROUND)
OPERATION MANUAL
6Y8-2819V-00

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  • Page 1 COMMAND LINK MULTIFUNCTION METER (ROUND) OPERATION MANUAL 6Y8-2819V-00...
  • Page 2 To the owner COMMAND LINK Thank you for choosing the Yamaha Com- MULTIFUNCTION METER mand Link Multifunction Meter. (ROUND) OPERATION MANUAL This Operation Manual contains information ©2005 by Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd. you will need for proper operation. 1st Edition, March 2005 A thorough understanding of these simple All rights reserved.
  • Page 3: Button Operations

    The Command Link Multifunction Meter The operations of the set button and the enables the display of information through mode button are described in this manual as digital communication with the engine. follows. Optional parts such as the speed sensor, Button operations: cooling water pressure sensor, Triducer- •...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents 1. Tachometer unit ....... 1 Fuel flow display ....20 Description ........2 Fuel economy display .... 21 Activating the meter ....2 Total fuel consumption Periodic maintenance display......... 21 notification ......3 Ambient water temperature Tachometer ......... 3 display (optional: Trim meter........
  • Page 6: Tachometer Unit

    1. Tachometer unit NOTE: Depending on the model of the outboard motor, some functions may not be compatible. For information on models which contain the compatible functions, consult a Yamaha dealer. Tachometer Trim meter The tachometer The trim meter shows...
  • Page 7: Description

    Description/Activating the meter Description Activating the meter When the engine start switch is turned to meter activated “ ” appears on the multifunction meter. Then, all the displays come on and the display switches to the normal display after the total hour display comes on. 1 set button 2 mode button 6 7 8 9 0...
  • Page 8: Periodic Maintenance Notification

    • When the hours of engine operation exceed 100 hours and the periodic main- tenance notification is activated, consult an authorized Yamaha dealer for periodi- When the angle of the outboard motor cal maintenance. exceeds the trim range, the top segment •...
  • Page 9: Multifunction Display

    Multifunction display Multifunction display When the engine start switch is turned to The multifunction display shows various OFF, the last display shown is shown first information using numeric values or graph- when the engine start switch is turned to ON ics.
  • Page 10: Cooling Water/Engine Temperature Display

    Blinks CAUTION: • When the overheat warning comes on, turn the engine off and check the cool- ing water inlet for clogs. • If you cannot locate and correct the cause, consult a Yamaha dealer.
  • Page 11: Battery Voltage Display

    • When the low battery voltage warning comes on, check the battery and the wiring. • If you cannot locate and correct the cause, consult a Yamaha dealer. When the battery voltage decreases to 12 volts or less or increases to 16 volts or more NOTE: the voltage value blinks.
  • Page 12: Total Hour/Trip Hour Display

    10 psi or less, turn the engine off and check the cooling water inlet for clogs. • If you cannot locate and correct the cause, consult a Yamaha dealer. NOTE: The cooling water pressure level display shows “L” for low and “H” for high.
  • Page 13: Oil Pressure Display (4-Stroke Models)

    • Do not operate the engine without engine oil. Severe engine damage can result. • Check the oil level by following the procedure described in the engine Owner’s Manual. • If you cannot locate and correct the cause, consult a Yamaha dealer.
  • Page 14: Oil Level Display (2-Stroke Models)

    Oil level display (2-stroke models)/Water detection warning Oil level display (2-stroke models) Water detection warning The oil level indicator ( ) comes on and When water has accumulated in the water the engine oil level is shown in 3 levels. separator (fuel filter), the water detection warning indicator ( ) blinks to warn of...
  • Page 15: Changing Backlight Settings

    Changing backlight settings/Adjusting trolling speed Changing backlight settings Adjusting trolling speed You can turn the backlight on or off, or You can adjust the trolling speed randomly change the brightness level of the backlight by increasing or decreasing it approximately for all meters synchronized.
  • Page 16: Changing Settings (Custom Mode)

    • Depending on the model of the outboard motor, some functions may not be com- patible. For information on models which contain the compatible functions, consult a Yamaha dealer. (1 second): Press to switch between the setting function numbers and to switch to the change settings dis- play.
  • Page 17: Resetting Maintenance Intervals)

    01 (resetting maintenance intervals)/02 (setting trim angle) 01 (resetting maintenance intervals) 02 (setting trim angle) You can reset the elapsed time from the You can set the trim angle to zero. previous maintenance interval (when the Fully trim the outboard motor down. meter was reset).
  • Page 18: Setting Corresponding Engine)

    03 (setting corresponding engine) 03 (setting corresponding engine) NOTE: You can select the engines that are compat- • The meters are set at the factory to ible to this meter. The port outboard motor is “-1- (engine number 1).” set to “-1- (engine number 1)” and the star- •...
  • Page 19: Service Functions

    You can display the self-diagnosis results of When a diagnosis code other than “-01-” the engine. is displayed, the engine cannot be oper- ated normally. Consult a Yamaha dealer. (10 seconds): To display the diagno- sis codes. NOTE: When there are no malfunctions, the “-01-”...
  • Page 20: Resetting Engine Number

    Service functions Resetting engine number When replacing the engines of multiple out- board motors or resetting the setting order, reset all engine numbers to “-1- (engine number 1).” Turn the engine off and the engine start switch to ON. (10 seconds): “-00-” will be dis- played for 1 second.
  • Page 21: Speed & Fuel Meter Unit

    2. Speed & Fuel meter unit NOTE: Depending on the model of the outboard motor, some functions may not be compatible. For information on models which contain the compatible functions, consult a Yamaha dealer. Speedometer Fuel meter Shows the speed of The fuel meter shows the boat.
  • Page 22: Description

    Description/Activating the meter Description Activating the meter When the engine start switch is turned to meter activated “ ” appears on the multifunction meter. Then, all the displays come on and the display switches to the normal display after a few seconds. 1 set button 2 mode button 1 Speedometer...
  • Page 23: Speedometer

    Speedometer Speedometer NOTE: The speedometer shows the ground speed • If no operations are carried out for 30 sec- or the water speed of the boat. onds or more, the display returns to the To display the ground speed, the GPS must normal display.
  • Page 24: Fuel Meter

    Fuel meter/Multifunction display Fuel meter FLOW The fuel meter shows the remaining fuel level in 8 levels and all the segments are displayed when the fuel tank is full. When the fuel level is low, the last segment blinks. ECON NOTE: The fuel sensor setting can be changed according to the fuel sensor type.
  • Page 25: Fuel Flow Display

    Fuel flow display When the engine start switch is turned to Fuel flow display OFF, the last display shown is shown first FLOW shows the total fuel consumption per when the engine start switch is turned to ON hour of all engines. again.
  • Page 26: Fuel Economy Display

    Fuel economy display/Total fuel consumption display Fuel economy display Total fuel consumption display ECON shows the distance traveled per unit TTL shows the total fuel consumption of all of fuel. engines. The TTL display cannot measure over 1,999 NOTE: gallons or 1,999 liters. When there are more •...
  • Page 27: Ambient Water Temperature Display (Optional: Triducer-Multi Sensor Has Been Installed)

    Ambient water temperature display/Depth display Ambient water temperature display Depth display (optional: Triducer-multi (optional: Triducer-multi sensor has sensor has been installed) been installed) DPTH shows the water depth. TEMP shows the ambient water tempera- ture. NOTE: You can select to show feet (F) or meters NOTE: (m) on the DPTH display.
  • Page 28: Clock (Optional: Gps Has Been Installed)

    Clock/Trip display/Changing backlight settings Clock (optional: GPS has been installed) Trip display (optional: speed sensor has The clock shows the time in 12 hours. The been installed) local time is easily displayed by calculating TRIP shows the information from the speed the longitude information received from the sensor converted to the distance traveled.
  • Page 29: Changing Settings (Custom Mode)

    Changing settings (custom mode)/01 (setting displayed units) Changing settings (custom mode) 01 (setting displayed units) Switching to custom mode You can change the units that are shown in In the custom mode, you can change the each display. The indicator of the selected meter function settings.
  • Page 30 01 (setting displayed units) : Press to switch between the dis- NOTE: plays. In addition, you can select to not • When the speedometer unit settings are show the display. changed, the TRIP, FLOW, ECON, TTL, Speedometer TEMP, and DPTH unit settings are collec- You can select to show miles per hour tively changed automatically.
  • Page 31: Setting Fuel Sensor)

    Changing the calibration value: -2- (EUROPE) Turn the engine off and the engine start switch to ON. -3- (YAMAHA) (4 seconds): To activate the cus- tom mode. (1 second) (2 times): Press to switch between the setting function numbers and to switch to the change settings display.
  • Page 32 03 (setting correction value) NOTE: • The fuel flow display may differ depending on the operating conditions. • When the fuel flow calibration value is changed, the FLOW, TTL, and ECON dis- plays are shown calibrated.
  • Page 33: Setting Up The Meters

    Activating for the first time/Setting the initial settings 3. Setting up the meters Activating for the first time After installing the meters, be sure to turn To install the meters and the optional sen- the engine start switch to ON when the sors and to connect the meters to the power is supplied for the first time.
  • Page 36 YAMAHA MOTOR CO., LTD. Printed in Japan March 2005 – 1.0 × 1 CR Printed on recycled paper...