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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need your serial number of the trolling motor, length of shaft, and thrust poundage.
or you could call Minn Kota direct and give them the same information at 800-227-6433.
Posted on May 02, 2009
According to my user manual
To learn the ID number of additional remotes, follow these steps:
1.) Press and hold the LEARN button located on the side of the receiver (receiver will emit a continuous tone). A small blunt object must be used to depress the LEARN button (pen or screwdriver).
1.) Press any button on the remote (receiver will beep 4 times confirming that it has "learned" the ID number of the remote and that the programming is valid and complete).
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
SOURCE: year made MKAD2674059 minn kota
According to: http://www.northlandmarine.com/MinnKotaMotorControlBoardAssm.htm
*Note: Newer model trolling motors have serial numbers beginning with the two-letter prefix MK (Minn Kota), followed by a two-letter year code. MKAB .......... 2001
MKAC .......... 2002
MKAD .......... 2003
MKAE .......... 2004
MKAF .......... 2005 MKAG .......... 2006
MKAH .......... 2007
MKAI ............ 2008
MKAJ ........... 2009
MKBA .......... 2010 A serial number with the designation MKAB denotes a
2001-motor and MKBA would be a 2010-year model
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
I'm installing a Minn Kota Power Drive 70# on my Crestliner Fishhawk. I understand the 24 volt system. however the boat has 2 black, an orange and a red wire running to the batteries. I know black to neg. but where do the orange and red wires go.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
You can purchase a battery extender cable. Depending on how far you need to go, you can buy them in various lengths. I've done the same and bought a 15' extension (always buy a few more feet than you think you need). Many places carry this. I bought mine at BassProShops for $25.00 and it comes with fuses which help to make sure you never fry your motor or battery!
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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