instructions of Glendinning Marine Backup Interconnect Harness for Electronic Engine Controls
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Interconnect Harness - EEC3 - 5 ft

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For electronic engine control systems on newer electronically controlled engines and transmissions (as opposed to older mechanically controlled engines and transmissions).

These harnesses connect the EEC Control Processor to the optional Gear/Throttle Backup System Processor.

Having a back up control system for your engine’s gear and throttle is like having added insurance while you are enjoying your time on the open water.
If the system should fail (perhaps due to a problem with the battery power supply), simply turn the back-up system on (flip the switch) and the main station control continues to be in control of your boat’s propulsion system. It’s the difference between “limping home” or getting back to enjoying the moment.

During normal operation, the control head communicates gear and throttle signals to the Control processor.
The Control Processor sends these signals uninterrupted through the Gear/Throttle Backup Processor to the engine's gear and throttle controls.

During back-up system operation, the control head communicates gear and throttle signals directly to the enabled Back-Up Processor, by-passing the primary Control Processor. The Back-Up Processor then sends the throttle and gear signals to the engine.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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