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Mercruiser Commander 3000 Controls Manual




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COMMANDER 3000
CLASSIC PANEL MOUNT
REMOTE CONTROL
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Table of Contents
3000 Classic Remote Control
Maintenance and Replacement Parts 112
Cleaning and Inspection 115
Assembly 115
11 3000
COMMANDER CLASSIC
3000 PANEL
CLASSIC MOUNT
PANEL REMOTE
MOUNT CONTROL
REMOTE CONTROL 3000 Classic Remote Control Maintenance and
Replacement Parts
Panel Mount Controls
1 17
3 15
4 12 14
6 22
1 Handle Cover 817259
2 Trim Switch 8718286A31 OB
3 Trailering Switch MCM Only 8718286A33
4 Spring 2416924
5 ThrottleOnly Button 822212
6 Brass Locking Hex Bolt 108222131
7 Control Handle 8222111
8 Screw 1052376
9 Shift Release 817259
10 Washer 188x428 1228001
11 Screw 103 x25
12 Bezel Cover 37827289
13 Flanged Bushing 23822980
14 Lanyard Stop Switch 8713398 MCM 87133981 OB
15 Screw 1053099
16 Bezel 822216A1
17 Retainer 120441
18 Washer 1269057
19 Nut 11814101
20 Friction Screw 10824831
21 Screw 10822214
22 Lanyard Cord 15920A54
23 Wood Screw 3 COMMANDER 3000 CLASSIC PANEL MOUNT REMOTE CONTROL 3 Remove
handle and handle bushing
1 Remove control handle by first removing throttle a
only button Place the control handle in the
throttleonly position Push In on button and
place control handle forward Throttleonly but
ton can now be removed If button cannot be re
moved with fingers use a small screwdriver and
pry out Control Attempting To 74407
Remove Button a
a Bushing
b 4 Feed trim wires from behind bezel and unplug at
b a
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a Handle Assembly
b ThrottleOnly Button c
2 Remove 1116 retainer bolt holding handle to
module
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a Wiring Harness Connector
b Trim and Trailering Switch Wiring Connector
c Trim and Trailering Switch Wires
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a Handle Assembly
b Retaining Bolt
112 COMMANDER 3000 CLASSIC PANEL MOUNT REMOTE CONTROL Remove bezel cover using a small screwdriver
7 Remove bezel from boat panel by removing
and prying on either the top or bottom of bezel to screws and nuts as shown
pop tabs out of the bezel notches
c c b
b a
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a b 74405
a Screw 250x20x1750 3
a Bezel Cover b Washers 3
b Cover Tab c Nuts 250x20 3
c Notch in Bezel d Mounting Surface
d Bezel
8 Remove lanyard switch by pushing up on lanyard
6 Remove module assembly by loosening three retainer located on back of bezel Locate wire
250x20x750 hex screws fastening module as connections for switch and unplug This will be an
sembly to bezel assembly electrical connection or soldered connection
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a 250x20x750 Hex Screws
b Bezel
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a Lanyard Retainer
b Bezel
c Lanyard COMMANDER 3000 CLASSIC PANEL MOUNT REMOTE CONTROL 113
9 Remove friction set screw using a 18 allen 11 Remove phillip screw securing handle cover to
wrench control handle
a b
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a Handle Assembly
b Screwdriver
a Bezel c Phillip Head Screw
b Friction Set Screw
c 18 Allen Wrench 12 Slide two components apart
10 Disassemble handle by first removing phillip
screw and washer holding shift release Remove
release lever and spring
c c
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a Phillip Screwdriver
b Handle Assembly 54590
c Phillip Screw a Control Handle Cover
d Release Lever b Control Handle
e Spring Located inside of Release Lever c Trim COMMANDER 3000 CLASSIC PANEL MOUNT REMOTE CONTROL
Remove trim switch If control has a trailer switch Assembly
this can be removed with trim switch
1 Install trim switch into handle grip as shown If
a control has a trailer switch install both switches
into handle grip
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a Control Handle Cover
b Trim Switch
14 For module disassembly refer to Section 13
Cleaning and Inspection
1 Clean all components thoroughly and check for
wear or breakage
CAUTION 54590
a Control Handle Cover
Do not clean electrical non metallic or compo b Control Handle
nents with decals or stickers with any solvent c Trim or damage to component may occur
Route wires through handle as shown Slide con
trol handle into handle grip until grip seats against
handle completely Install screw to secure grip to
handle
CAUTION
Modules with trailer switch be careful sliding
two parts together Trailer wires catch on handle
very COMMANDER 3000 CLASSIC PANEL MOUNT REMOTE CONTROL 115
2 Divide trim wires over screw boss and route wires 3 Install lanyard switch by placing switch into con
around handle shaft as shown trol bezel from the front side Push lanyard retain
er over switch on the rear side of bezel to hold
switch into place
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55133 a Lanyard Retainer
b Bezel
c Lanyard Switch
Install spring into round boss on top of red shift
release lever Attach both spring and lever to 4 Install friction set screw using a 18 allen wrench
control handle by positioning shift lever spring Do not install allen screw beyond flush with cen
over handle grip screw Push Up and In on shift ter bore The friction will be adjusted after control
lever until screw boss is located into shift lever slot Install screw and washer
b c
c a
a b
a Bezel
b Friction Set Screw
c 18 31mm Allen Wrench
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a Phillip Head Screw
b Handle Assembly
c Screwdriver
d Spring
e Red Shift Release COMMANDER 3000 CLASSIC PANEL MOUNT REMOTE CONTROL Feed lanyard switch wires
through mounting 7 Install the bezel cover Secure the bezel cover by
surface hole and install bezel to mounting sur inserting the cover tabs into the notches in the
face using three screws torque to 100 lb in bezel
113 Nm c c
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a Screw 250x20x1750 3
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b Washers 3
c Nuts 250x20 3 a Bezel Cover
d Mounting Surface b Cover Tab
c Notch in Bezel
NOTE If mounting hole has not been installed refer d Bezel
to Installation and Operations Guide for hole dimen
sions and templates 8 Route the trim switch and trailering switch leads
from the handle assembly thru the bezel opening
6 Install control module assembly to bezel using as shown
three 250x20x750 hex screws Torque to 25 lb
a b
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a 250x20x750 Hex Screws
b Control Module Assembly
c Bezel
If control module is not assembled refer to 74406
Module Assembly in Section 13 For shift a Bezel
and throttle cable installation refer to Installa b Trailer Switch
c Trim and Trailer Switch Leads
tion and Operators Manual d COMMANDER
3000 CLASSIC PANEL MOUNT REMOTE CONTROL 117
10 Install the bushing into the Commander 3000
CAUTION Classic bezel Line up the notch in the bezel with
Verify trimtrailer wires are not pinched when the rectangular protrusion in the remote control module to panel of
boat Trim wires must be free to move with the
a c
remote control handle
CAUTION
DO NOT stastrap or otherwise secure trim leads
within 12 in 305 mm of panel exit Allow suffi
cient slack in leads to permit free movement of
trim leads through the full range of shift Connect the trim and trailering switch wires to ap
propriate wiring harness b
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a Notch in Bezel
b Rectangular Protrusion
c Bushing
b a
WARNING
The control handle 1116 in hex retaining bolt
must be torqued to 150 lb in 17 Nm Failure to
torque retaining bolt as specified could allow
c handle to disengage with subsequent loss of
control If the remote control handle
is removed and reinstalled for any reason place
Loctite 271 obtain locally on threads of retain
ing bolt and torque to 150 lb in 17 Nm Exces
sive tightening torque may result in handle shaft
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a Wiring Harness Connector 11 Place handle assembly onto the remote control
b Trim and Trailering Switch Wiring Connector module in the neutral detent position and secure
c Trim and Trailering Switch Wires with 1116 in brass hex bolt Torque bolt to 150
lb in 17 Nm
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a Handle Assembly
b Retaining Bolt Torque to 150 lb in 17 Nm
O Loctite 271 Obtain COMMANDER 3000 CLASSIC PANEL MOUNT REMOTE CONTROL Install
ThrottleOnly button 15 Use an allen wrench to adjust the control handle
tension to desired tension
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a Handle Assembly
b ThrottleOnly Button a 18 31mm Allen Wrench
b Control Handle Tension Screw
13 Make wiring connections for neutral start safety Clockwise Increase
switch lanyard stop switch if equipped and trim Decrease
switch if equipped Attach power trim harness
connector if equipped Refer to Electrical
Connections Section 14
14 Move the control handle forward 45 degrees to
expose the handle tension adjusting screw
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a Control Handle
b Tension Adjusting COMMANDER 3000 CLASSIC PANEL MOUNT REMOTE CONTROL 119

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