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What does Yamaha stand for?
Yama + Ha = mountain + blade. Surreal, right? Diving deep into the meaning of the words, they represent key features from the Japanese folklore and mythology. The samurai is a recognisable Japanese symbol and it is connected with swords, blades and environment like mountain, river, forest.
What color is the tach wire on a Yamaha outboard?
|YAMAHA COMMON WIRING COLOR CODES|
|GREEN||Tachometer signal, lighting coil lead, knock sensor|
|ORANGE||Trim position sensor|
|PINK||Oil and overheat signal ground|
How do I know what color my motorcycle is?
To get the paint code you need to know the correct name of the paint given by the manufacturer. Then using that name you can search for the paint code by using online VIN decoders, contacting your local automotive paint supply store, searching online forums, and as a last resort you can try to contact the manufacturer.
How do I find my color code?
Location: The paint colour code tag is usually located inside the glove box or in the wheel well, but it can also be found on the driver’s side door jamb, under the driver’s seat or in the passenger sun visor.
How do you read a Yamaha parts code?
The first three digits are the Model Code (every model in the Yamaha Product Line has a unique model number) all parts are given a Model Code of the first model they were used on. The middle five digits are the Basic Code number and indicates the actual part, i.e. 11631 = piston; 11311 = cylinder, etc.
How do you read the numbers on a Yamaha outboard?
The number at the top right is the Yamaha model number and year. The number denotes the outboard’s HP, and the last letter denotes the outboard’s year of manufacture. In the picture above, the F225TXRC outboard’s 225 means it’s 225HP and it was manufactured in 2004.