2020 60 HP tiller
Model # E60DGTLAGJ
Serial # 5565712
New motor, new Icon Tach, new NMEA 2000 Trim gauge, but no trim reading. All items self installed except motor hung and setup done by dealer.
Closest dealer 2.5 hours away. Probably wouldn’t take it to him anyway, as I’ll eventually figure it out. I do all my own work. Have a copy of the 2012 Service manual.
Tach works for other things, but no Trim reading. Trim gauge lights up, but no reading.
In researching my problem after the installation and failure to have Trim reading today. I read on this site in one of the older posts that 60HP and lower engines do not have Trim on the NMEA Network as the EMM is smaller and not capable of transmitting the data to the network. Is this still true for a 2020 motor as well? If so, I’ve done a lot of reading and never saw any warnings or cautions about Network or NMEA Trim gauges not working on the lower HP engines.
So, if the above is true then I’ll need to wire up an old-style analog gauge. Also, on this site in older posts it talks about there being a place to install a resistor in the wiring harness and/or having to add a resistor for the gauge. All the gauges I’ve ever used had the resistor on the back of the gauge and came with the gauge. Will a resistor be needed on my motor or can I just get an Evinrude gauge and tie it to the White/Tan sender wire, with B+ and ground on the correct terminals of the gauge?
Since it’s a tiller is there anything special, I need to do to get it setup? Can I just tie onto the White/Tan wire in the tiller handle and run it to my gauge? There seems to be very little info out there on the tillers wiring harnesses etc. I know I can tie the analog signal into the Icon Tach. But can I still run a separate gauge if tied into the Icon Tach?
Additionally, can I run an analog fuel gauge and also tie it into the Icon gauge?
Basically, can you tell me what I need in parts if anything, besides the gauge to get the trim working. I’ve read your white paper on Trim in the Rigging section but still a little confused, to many different items covered.