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Old 02-26-2017, 04:24 AM   #1
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Default Question on TB V timing jumper!

Does the jumper wire to put TB V into base mode have +12 v when key is on????
I have been looking at my engine a 5.7 A1 G2 1995 and the only wire I can find that resembles the wire to put it in base timing has been hooked up to the hour meter!
Any help and thoughts on this would be great!!!
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Old 02-26-2017, 01:14 PM   #2
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See link

http://www.boatfix.com/merc/bullet/94/94_02.PDF

You ground the timing wire.
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Old 02-26-2017, 05:38 PM   #3
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Thanks Mike!
Good info, but my question is there 12v+ on that wire?
PO put a hour meter and connected it to what looks like the timing lead!
I have looked all over the engine and that is the only wire even remotelyresembles the timing wire!
So was wondering if that was it and what would happen if it was used as a power source for a hour meter?
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Donald I'm not sure if it is a steady 12V or pulsed but either way I would not use it as a source to power an hour meter or anything else. Depending of the impedance of the hour meter it may be close enough to ground that the computer is stuck in base timing mode.
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Thanks Mike!
I am going to look into it more! Will have to take a closer look at the wire colors and try and see if that is the wire for timing or not!
I should only be 4ft. 6in. and a only about 80lbs., not 6ft. and 212lbs. and 40 years younger!
Thanks again!
I will keep looking!
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Just so everyone knows, I found the Merc manual on line, and it had the info I was looking for!
The pink/white wire used to set base timing on Mercruiser TB V has 8 to 10 v+ DC!
It is also the wire that goes to the knock senor!
Thanks for all the help!
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Just so everyone knows, I found the Merc manual on line, and it had the info I was looking for!
The pink/white wire used to set base timing on Mercruiser TB V has 8 to 10 v+ DC!
It is also the wire that goes to the knock senor!
Thanks for all the help!
Don
Don just because it has DC does not mean it should be used to supply power to an accessory. it is coming from the ECM which may be damaged if a heavy load is applied. It was not designed as a power tap.
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Mike, I agree, a PO I assume the a PO installed it.
I will do more checking into what the hour meter is hooked to, and see if that is in fact the timing jumper!
Thanks for all the info and help!
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Good Morning All!
Just found out that I do not have TB5!
Contacted Mercury Marine with engine # and I have a TB4!
The wire that has the hour meter connected to it is the ing. wire from switch!
Thanks to all who helped!
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TB4 so your ignition module is mounted to the port riser and is triangle shaped?

TB IV Newer.JPG
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