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Raymarine x-5 smartpilot wheel drive leaking fluid

Black fluid leaking from drive motor that moves wheel

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SOURCE: Raymarine st8002 wired to furuno

Seatronix1 is correct use NMEA for the connection. Set your waypoint in the furuno, hit auto on the 8002 then track track. The 8002 will ack with next waypoint at xxxx then hit track again.

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Raymarine smartpilot x-5. The fluxgate compass is some 45 - 60 degrees out from the boat compass. I have tried to recalibrate but this does not solve the problem. Any ideas?


First of all - is the boat compass correct? How does it align with COG? Secondly, do you have a magnetic field that interfere with the fluxgate? To test for this you can use the compass on your smartphone or a handheld compass, move about in the boat and keep the phone/compass aligned with the keel. If the heading drifts in the area where you have your fluxgate today, move it.

Feb 25, 2014 | Raymarine X5 Wheel Smartpilot E12201

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ST6001 when press auto it engages but within seconds turns hard to port and stays engaged until we turn off the power at A/P switch.


Try reversing the motor leads on the CPU. If this doesn't work you will have to check the rudder feedback to see if it is operating properly. The easiest way to check this is to steer the wheel from port to starboard extremely slowly and make sure the readout on the control head has a smooth transition when you turn the wheel.

Aug 23, 2010 | Raymarine Smartpilot Autopilot St6002 S1g...

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Autohelm ST 6000


Check the installation manual for initial setup,if system worked before ,check rudder reference unit for broken wire loose connection or defective unit (it is a potentiometer resistance shoud change smoothly with position)

May 21, 2010 | Raymarine Smartpilot Autopilot St6002 S1g...

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When engaging autopilot on my twin Yamaha outboards, the engines atrt turning back and forth about 5 inches each way.What could be causing this.


Sounds like it is reacting too quickly. It is a good idea to do the system calibration again followed by the autolearn and see if that helps. Start with that.

Aug 14, 2009 | Raymarine St8002 S1 Smartpilot Autopilot...

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Autopilot shows "no rudref"


The rudder sensor works like a light dimmer, so you get 5V and ground on the outside two connections and a varying voltage between about 1 and 4 volts depending on rudder position
847-746-0100 www.technicalmarine.com

Jul 07, 2009 | Raymarine Smartpilot Autopilot St6002 S1g...

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Raymarine autopilot swings hard over immediatly i select auto


CHECK RUDDER REFERENCE UNIT FOR CONTINUITY(IT IS A POTMETER) CHECK IF MOTOR IS RUNNING IN THE CORRECT DIRECTION ,CHECK CONNECTION OF RUDDER REF UNIT.

Apr 04, 2009 | Raymarine St8002 Smartpilot Autopilot...

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