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Setup Manual DF150AP, DF175AP, DF200AP Precaution When Installing Electronic System Components

Setup Manual DF150AP, DF175AP, DF200AP Precaution When Installing Electronic System Components
Suzuki Marine

PRECAUTION WHEN INSTALLING ELECTRONIC SYSTEM COMPONENTS

Open, short circuit or poor electrical connections can result in loss of electronic throttle and gear shift control.
Be sure to take the following precautions:
• Do not cut or extend the wiring harness and lead wires.
Water may enter from the joint of the wiring harness or lead wire, causing a continuity error at the connections, resulting in
shifting and throttle control errors.
• Ensure all connections are correct and tight, and plug all connectors not in use with a waterproof cap.

If you do not disconnect the battery before connecting the wiring harness to electrical equipment, you could get an electrical shock.
Always disconnect the battery before installing or removing electrical equipment.
First turn the main switch OFF, and disconnect the battery’s negative terminal, and then disconnect the positive terminal. When reconnecting the battery, turn the main switch OFF, connect the battery’s positive terminal first, and then connect the negative terminal.

Installing and routing the harness of SPC (Suzuki Precision Control) system components in an inappropriate location can result in system failure.
Be sure to take the following precautions:
• To avoid malfunction of the electronic control system caused by radio waves, antennas, or coaxial cables of the radio, install navigation and other equipment more than 50 cm (20 in.) away from the BCM and the outboard motor.
• Install the BCM in a dry location, as far as possible from where it might get splashed with water.
• Install the BCM so that the connector faces downward.
• Install the BCM on a flat surface so it will not fall off during boating.
• Lay out the wires of the wiring harness in dry locations, as far as possible from where they might be exposed to water.
• Fix the wiring harness using clamps positioned at a proper distance.