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Re: Late M602 Instument PanelWiring

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Alan K

10-31-2013 19:41:05

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I will have to look at my M602 panels. I know it is different than my M5. I think the parts manual pictures might be from the M5. MM used the same manual pictures for a lot of them.

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Alan K

11-02-2013 09:48:33

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 Re: Late M602 Instument PanelWiring in reply to Alan K, 10-31-2013 19:41:05  

Here is a picture of the gauge set up on my M602. From the looks of it the key switch was replaced with an IH switch. I guessing the panels were changed from what the M5s were as when the throttles were updated to this style the key switch was underneath them. Not the most convenient.

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11-02-2013 10:10:00

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 Re: Late M602 Instument PanelWiring in reply to Alan K, 11-02-2013 09:48:33  
Thanks for the picture. I see what they mean about all of them being different. Mine is basically opposite and 2 gauges are with the Tachometer side. At least the choke is on the other side from the push-button start so both can be used at once. I have a M-5 manual and mine is more like that one. I suspose no one really pays much attention to these details unless they just happen to get into it like I did.cleddy

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Alan K

11-02-2013 10:24:56

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 Re: Late M602 Instument PanelWiring in reply to cleddy, 11-02-2013 10:10:00  
I think my M5 is more similiar to yours as the tach and two gauges are on the left. My starter button on the M5 is on the left. I agree about the starter button and choke. I was just thinking about that when I posted the picture. I think both of my M5s are the same but I will have to look.

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