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Mate
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ECM LED Lights

 

 

Probably a dumb question - I have a 2000 200HP Etec model number E200FPLSIG and cannot find the LED indicator lights as indicated in the service manual. I do have a Fuel Injector box located on the rear of the engine J86484Q. This box does not have any LED's located on it maybe this model does not have any?

The motor has always had the no oil alarm go off from time to time as this is a common problem with the Etec's and I was wondering if a capacitor to ground from the oil sensor impulse going to the ECM would help stabilize the voltage and eliminate the false alarms

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Re: ECM LED Lights

 


@Dkbbear wrote:

 

 

Probably a dumb question - I have a 2000 200HP Etec model number E200FPLSIG and cannot find the LED indicator lights as indicated in the service manual. I do have a Fuel Injector box located on the rear of the engine J86484Q. This box does not have any LED's located on it maybe this model does not have any?

The motor has always had the no oil alarm go off from time to time as this is a common problem with the Etec's and I was wondering if a capacitor to ground from the oil sensor impulse going to the ECM would help stabilize the voltage and eliminate the false alarms


 

 

You cannot have a 2000 E-TEC as the first E-TEC outboards were only 40 through 90 hp and initially produced in 2004. The V6 200 E-TEC came out in 2005.

Your motor is a 2001 FICHT engine which does not have the diagnostic LEDs on the EMM, sorry.

 

 

 


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Re: ECM LED Lights

Thank you, this does clear up some confusion on my part.