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EVINRUDE® ICON™ BINNACLE MOUNT REMOTE CONTROL KITS

Crowley Marine

APPLICATION

Use this instruction sheet when installing the above remote control kits on 2008 and newer Evinrude E-TEC® outboards, equipped with the ICON system. DO NOT install on any other models.
 

SAFETY INFORMATION

The following symbols and/or signal words may be used in this document:


Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.


Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.


Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate personal injury.

NOTICE: Indicates an instruction which, if not followed, could severely damage engine components or other property.

These safety alert signal words mean:

ATTENTION!
BECOME ALERT!
YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!

For safety reasons, this kit must be installed by an authorized Evinrude®/Johnson® dealer. This instruction sheet is not a substitute for work experience. Additional helpful information may be found in other service literature.

DO NOT perform any work until you have read and understood these instructions completely.

Torque wrench tightening specifications must strictly be adhered to.

Should removal of any locking fastener (lock tabs, locknuts, or patch screws) be required, always replace with a new one.

When replacement parts are required, use Evinrude/Johnson Genuine Parts or parts with equivalent characteristics, including type, strength and material. Use of substandard parts could result in injury or product malfunction.

Always wear EYE PROTECTION AND APPROPRIATE GLOVES when using power tools.

Unless otherwise specified, engine must be OFF when performing this work.

Always be aware of parts that can move, such as flywheels, propellers, etc.

Some components may be HOT. Always wait for engine to cool down before performing work.

If you use procedures or service tools that are not recommended in this instruction sheet, YOU ALONE must decide if your actions might injure people or damage the outboard.

This instruction sheet may be translated into other languages. In the event of any discrepancy, the English version shall prevail.

TO THE INSTALLER: Give this sheet and the operating instructions to the owner. Advise the owner of any special operation or maintenance information contained in the instructions.

TO THE OWNER: Save these instructions in your owner’s kit. This sheet contains information important for the use and maintenance of your engine.
 

ICON SINGLE LEVER BINNACLE MOUNT REMOTE CONTROL

Ref P/N Name of Part Qty
1 764909 CONTROL, Single binnacle - ICON 1
2 765316 *HARDWARE KIT, Installation 1
3   **STUD, Control mounting 3
4   **WASHER, Mounting 3
5   **NUT, Mounting 3
6   **SEAL, Control mounting 1
7 765355 *CONNECTOR, Switch panel 1
8 765356 *TERMINAL 3
9 765317 *CONTROL HANDLE AY 1
10 765319 **HANDLE GRIP KIT 1
11   ***SCREW, Handle covers 3
12   ***COVER, Inside handle 1
13 765318 **SWITCH, Trim/Tilt 1
14 3011714 ***TERMINAL, Socket 3
15 765354 *SCREW, Handle 1
16 3011712 *CONNECTOR, 3 Socket plug (Trim sw) 1
17 3011713 *LOCKWEDGE, 3 Socket plug 1
18 3011709 *CONNECTOR, 3 Pin Rcpt (Trim harness) 1
19 3011711 *TERMINAL, Pin 3
20 3011710 *LOCKWEDGE, 3 Pin Rcpt 1


ICON DUAL LEVER BINNACLE MOUNT REMOTE CONTROL

Ref P/N Name of Part Qty
1 764910 CONTROL, Single binnacle - ICON 1
2 765316 *HARDWARE KIT, Installation 1
3   **STUD, Control mounting 4
4   **WASHER, Mounting 4
5   **NUT, Mounting 4
6   **SEAL, Control mounting 1
7 3011715 *CONNECTOR, 12 Socket plug 1
8 3011714 *TERMINAL, Socket 3
9 3011716 NOT USED  
10 765317 **CONTROL HANDLE AY 1
11 765319 **HANDLE GRIP KIT 1
12   ***SCREW, Handle covers 3
13   ***COVER, Inside handle 1
14   ***COVER, Starboard Lever 1
15 765318 **SWITCH, Trim/Tilt 1
16 3011714 ***TERMINAL, Socket 3
17 765354 *SCREW, Handle 1
18 3011712 *CONNECTOR, 3 Socket plug (Trim sw) 1
19 3011713 *LOCKWEDGE, 3 Socket plug 1
20 3011709 *CONNECTOR, 3 Pin Rcpt (Trim harness) 1
21 3011711 *TERMINAL, Pin 3
22 3011710 *LOCKWEDGE, 3 Pin Rcpt 1


ICON REMOTE CONTROL TRIM PLATES

If upgrading from BRP cable-type binnacle mount remote controls (P/N’s 5006186, 5006184, or 5006182), to an ICON remote control, ICON remote control trim plates are available.

Trim plates cover existing mounting holes and provide pre-drilled mounting for the ICON remote control.

Ref P/N Name of Part Qty
1 765075 TRIM PLATE, Single binnacle to ICON (white) 1
1 765076 TRIM PLATE, Single binnacle to ICON (off-white) 1
2 765077 TRIM PLATE, Single binnacle with key switch to ICON (white) 1
2 765078 TRIM PLATE, Single binnacle with key switch to ICON (off-white) 1
3 765079 TRIM PLATE, Dual binnacle to ICON (white) 1
3 765080 TRIM PLATE, Dual binnacle to ICON (off-white) 1


INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

Refer to the ICON System Quick Connection Guide, P/N 764953 for ICON System Diagram.

Disconnect the battery cables at the battery.

Test remote control operation after installation is complete.


Failure to properly install and test remote control operation may result in remote control malfunction and the loss of boat control.
 

Mounting Location

Select an appropriate location based on the boat configuration.

IMPORTANT: The mounting location must be a flat surface and must be strong enough to provide rigid support. Strengthen mounting surface as necessary.

Refer to ICON SINGLE BINNACLE REMOTE CONTROL PROFILE DRAWING on page 14 and ICON DUAL LEVER BINNACLE REMOTE CONTROL PROFILE DRAWING on page 15

Place remote control at proposed location and check clearance around remote control lever at full throttle in FORWARD and then at full throttle in REVERSE. There must be at least 2.5 in. (64 mm) of clearance between the handle and any part of the boat throughout the control lever travel.

There must be at least 5 in. (127 mm) of clear space below the control for the housing and network cable routing.
 

Mounting Holes

Refer to ICON SINGLE BINNACLE REMOTE CONTROL - DRILL TEMPLATE on page 17 and ICON DUAL LEVER BINNACLE REMOTE CONTROL - DRILL TEMPLATE on page 19. Use appropriate drill template to cut mounting holes.

IMPORTANT: Make sure the mounting location has all the required clearances before drilling or cutting.

Protect mounting surfaces from damage while drilling. Apply masking tape to fiberglass surfaces. Use appropriate protection for other surfaces.

Position template. Use center punch to mark the centers of drill locations.


 

Single Lever Binnacle Mount Controls

Drill three (3) 1/4 in. (6.3 mm) holes at the three mounting stud locations.

Use a 3 in (76 mm) hole saw to cut out for the control base.


 

Dual Lever Binnacle Mount Controls

Drill four (4) 1/4 in. (6.3 mm) holes at the four mounting stud locations.

Use a 3-1/8 in (79 mm) hole saw to cut out for the control base.


 

Mounting Control

Install control on console.

From under console, install washers and #10 locknuts on studs of control. Tighten locknuts to a torque of 24 to 36 in. lbs. (2.7 to 4 Nm).

IMPORTANT: Make sure remote control assembly is secured to console and does not move during operation.
 

ICON Network Buss Cables

ICON network buss cables use a proprietary 6-pin threaded, Molex-type connector.

IMPORTANT: Do not force connectors or locking rings. Properly aligned connectors should assemble easily.

Do not use Electrical Grease on ICON buss cable connectors.

Align the tabs of the buss cable connectors.

Carefully push connectors together and tighten locking rings finger tight.


 

ICON Remote Control Connection

Connect remote control buss cable to ICON network hub.

If the installation requires a buss cable extension, use no more than one extension.

Check operation and movement of control levers. Make sure remote control shift and throttle functions operate smoothly. Refer to REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION TESTS on page 11.
 

ICON Remote Control Electrical Connections

After all connections are made, connect the battery cables at the battery.

Single Lever Binnacle Mount Control (Single Station)

Install connector from remote control onto START/STOP switch until latched.

Single Lever Binnacle Mount Control (Second Station)

Install connector from remote control onto START/STOP switch until latched.

Dual Lever Binnacle Mount Control (Single Station)

Apply a light coat of Electrical Grease™ onto the seal of the Deutsch connector. Push connectors together until latched.

Dual Lever Binnacle Mount Control (Second Station)

Apply a light coat of Electrical Grease™ onto the seal of the Deutsch connector. Push connectors together until latched.


 

Control Lever Friction Adjustments

Check control lever friction. When properly adjusted, the control lever(s) should have low friction to allow easy movement in FORWARD throttle range, and not allow vibration to change throttle setting.

Use a flat tip screwdriver to adjust friction adjustment screws. Turn adjustment screws clockwise to increase the friction or counterclockwise to reduce the friction.
 

Shift Friction

This adjustment is used to increase or reduce the force required to move the control lever to the FORWARD and REVERSE gear positions only.
 

Throttle Friction

This adjustment is used to increase or reduce the force required to move the control lever through the throttle range.


 

SET ENGINE IDENTITY (Instance)

If this kit is being installed on an outboard in a multi-engine application, the transom position of the outboard must be identified on the network.

Engine identity is set by an Engine Identity Plug installed in the ESM. Outboards are identified as Instance 0 through 4, from port to starboard, up to five engines.

Each identity plug is stamped with its instance number.

If the outboard is a single engine or the port engine in a multi-engine application, no changes are required.

For all other outboards, engine identity must be set by replacing the original plug (0) with the plug that corresponds to the outboard’s position on the transom.

Number of
Outboards
Identity Numbers
Port Port
Center
Center Starboard
Center
Starboard
1 0        
2 0       1
3 0   1   2
4 0 1   2 3
5 0 1 2 3 4

IMPORTANT: The Engine Identity Plug overrides any previous EMM instance setting.
 

REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION TESTS

NOTICE: DO NOT run outboard without a water supply to the outboard’s cooling system. Cooling system and/or powerhead damage could occur. Be sure the water intake screens are below the water surface.
 

Check Start in Gear Protection


Make certain starter will not operate when the outboard is in gear. The start-in-gear prevention feature is required by the United States Coast Guard to help prevent injuries.

Refer to the ICON User’s Guide or outboard’s operator’s guide for start procedure and remote control operation.

Start the outboard and shift into FORWARD gear.

Turn outboard OFF while remote control is in FORWARD.

Try to restart the outboard. Outboard should not start.

Shift into NEUTRAL and restart outboard.

Shift into REVERSE gear. Turn outboard OFF while remote control is in REVERSE.

Try to restart the outboard. Outboard should not start.
 

Emergency Stop Test

Main Station

Check emergency stop function. Push clip of emergency stop lanyard onto master power switch/key switch.

IMPORTANT: If boat is equipped with an optional second or remote station an emergency stop lanyard must be installed on the emergency stop switch of the second station. Engine(s) will not start without emergency stop clip in place. Refer to Second or Remote Station.

Start the outboard(s). Refer to ICON User’s Guide.

With outboard(s) running, remove emergency stop lanyard. Outboard(s) must STOP. If outboard does not stop, check master power/key switch and wiring. Repair as needed.

Reinstall clip on master power/key switch.
 

Second or Remote Station

Push clip of emergency stop lanyard onto emergency stop switch. Restart outboard(s).

With outboard(s) running remove emergency stop lanyard from second station emergency stop switch. Outboard(s) must STOP. If outboard does not stop, check emergency stop switch and wiring. Repair as needed.
 

On Water Test

Secure boat to dock to prevent motion. Snap the emergency stop lanyard to a secure place on the operators clothing or life vest – not where it might tear away instead of activating the stop switch.

Push clip of emergency stop lanyard onto master power switch.


Lanyard MUST be securely attached to operator, and clip MUST be installed on master power switch. DO NOT operate outboard with clip removed from switch, except in an emergency.

Refer to the ICON User’s Guide for remote control operation.

Position control lever(s) in the NEUTRAL position to start or stop outboard.

Turn master power/key switch to RUN position.

Press START symbol of START/STOP switch. Release switch as soon as outboard starts.

Check shift operation. Check that outboard shifts into FORWARD gear when control is shifted to FORWARD, and shifts to REVERSE gear when control is shifted to REVERSE.
 

MAINTENANCE


Inspection and maintenance must be performed with outboard stopped. Disconnect emergency stop lanyard and disconnect the battery cables at the battery to prevent accidental starting of outboard.

Check mounting of remote control. Tighten locknuts or secure as needed.

If an abnormal condition is found, repair as needed. Replace all damaged parts.

Check operation and movement of control levers. Make sure remote control shift and throttle functions operate smoothly. Refer to REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION TESTS on page 11.

Keep remote control clean using a cloth dampened in fresh water.
 

ICON SINGLE BINNACLE REMOTE CONTROL PROFILE DRAWING



 

ICON DUAL LEVER BINNACLE REMOTE CONTROL PROFILE DRAWING


 

ICON SINGLE BINNACLE REMOTE CONTROL - DRILL TEMPLATE


 

ICON DUAL LEVER BINNACLE REMOTE CONTROL - DRILL TEMPLATE

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