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    Hey guys. My Yammie 15MSH (manufactured in 2007, Serial Number 684KS1057789), two cycle has been running a little rough lately so I was poking around under the cowl and I noticed the coils don't match. I got one with part # 63V-0072N and the other is part # 63V-85570-00. Is this right? Should they match? Or does it matter?

    Much thanks,

    Bry

  • #2
    think mon think.
    if it ran fine before the coils were ok.
    if they have ever been replaced it is possible Yamaha changed the part number.
    I would hunt a different wabbit.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by yellowtail View Post
      Hey guys. My Yammie 15MSH (manufactured in 2007, Serial Number 684KS1057789), two cycle has been running a little rough lately so I was poking around under the cowl and I noticed the coils don't match. I got one with part # 63V-0072N and the other is part # 63V-85570-00. Is this right? Should they match? Or does it matter?

      Much thanks,

      Bry
      if you look up the part # for the coils on your motor they show 2 coils the same .63V-85570-00
      but as Rod mentioned, that does not mean that is what is causing your rough running

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      • #4
        If they have 63V on them it should not matter. Quite surprised actually that one of them seems to have the complete part number on it. 99.999% of Yamaha parts don't.

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        • #5
          Okay. That's good. They both have 63V so I guess I'm okay. It just surprised me that the numbers didn't match. And i don't ever remember someone replacing a coil. Maybe it came from the factory that way. Who knows. Again, thank you...
          Bry

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