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Teleflex 600A Mercury/Mercruiser Control Cable
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Teleflex 600A Mercury/Mercruiser Control Cable
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Teleflex 600A Mercury/Mercruiser Control Cable Customer Questions and Answers

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I saw a question about whether the same cable is used for both throttle and shift but I never saw an answer. I will be using them on a 1997 Mercury Mariner 50hp (50ELPT 4S).

Asked on 06/18/2018 by Stephen from FL

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Yes they are interchangeable

Answered on 06/18/2018 by jayce-
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I have a 97 90 horse Mariner 18.5 tracker and replaced both cables. They are the same cable used for both. It was much easier to replace than anticipated..

Answered on 06/18/2018 by dannicholsmail

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Look on the existing cables. The part number and length is stamped on the cable, usually a couple of feet from one end. You may have to pull the cowling and clean the existing cable. IF you know you are going to replace the cables, go ahead and pull them out to look at them and check for numbers, but attach a return cord to pull them back through.

Answered on 06/18/2018 by rondellf

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I used the same cable for both applications.

Answered on 06/19/2018 by lukerbeverly
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WILL THIS FIT A 1994 MERCURY MARINER 40 HP?

Asked on 05/05/2016 by Undisclosed

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I do not know the answer to that question. However since Jamestown is so easy to deal with, you buy the cables and see if they fit great, if not you can return them. The 600A type cable was used for a long time on mercury outboards. As you can see they have a round retainer with a T shaped hole in them. The other side for the controls has a flat stainless steel piece with a hole for the pin that holds the end in the control. At some point Mercury Changed the design of the control cables. I have no idea when. I am not sure if Mariner Outboards use the same system. If you have old cables a good look will should help you confirm if the cables are compatible. If still in doubt, contact Teleflex maybe they could help.

Answered on 05/05/2016 by FRED EINSPRUCH
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Visual inspection of what is currently on the motor is the best way to determine it. The picture is showing both ends of one cable. The black end is the one that goes to the motor. That is the one you want to check. That is what I did.

Answered on 05/06/2016 by PAUL HAMPEL

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I think you might need the older style. Look at the one you have and make sure, because they are different

Answered on 05/05/2016 by GERARDO BORROTO

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not sure i put it on a force 120 1998

Answered on 05/05/2016 by DAVID WAHL
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Will these fit the Mercury 500?

Asked on 05/25/2016 by Phil Weston

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Best to call us.

Answered on 05/27/2016 by Rick White
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1976 model.

Answered on 05/27/2016 by Phil Weston

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Not sure depends on the year.

Answered on 05/27/2016 by Rick White
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I have a 1976 Boston Whaler 17 Montauk and a 1977 Mercury 850 4 cylinder 2 cycle engine. I need to replace the shift cable. Do I need an adapter for cable ends?

Asked on 09/01/2020 by Bradley from Montana

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No.

Answered on 09/23/2020 by Paul
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Are the throttle and shift cables the same number for a 1964 mercury outboard 35 HP? These look like they will fit but is the plastic " rack" gear available for the shift end of the cable?

Asked on 08/29/2017 by Larry 1964 from Maine

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The 600A says except pre 1993 40hp and lower. The 630 type says fits pre 1993 40 hp and less with mercury controls.

Answered on 01/31/2018 by JD Tech Team
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I had a cable fail it is a cc17915 Teleflex USA 5356. it is a 15 foot cable for my pontoon boat 18 foot voyager fisher + . It did not have a loop like your diagram should I add 4' and install the loop ? (might be what caused the failure) your diagram is what made me sway towards doing business with you. 615-922-0123

Asked on 06/11/2017 by T.D. from Goodlettsville, Tn. 37072

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The cable needs to have enough room to allow the motor to pivot without putting stress on the cable. If your existing cable is tight, you could add a couple feet, 4' seems like a lot extra but I don't know what your set up is.

Answered on 07/06/2017 by JD Tech Team
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What is the difference between the cc17918 and the ccx17918 control cables?

Asked on 02/21/2017 by joe from lexington, sc

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The CCX is the Extreme series cable extreme cables feature a splined-core for easy movement and minimum lost motion. The CC series are the regular original series.

Answered on 02/22/2017 by
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Does this single part number include 2 cables, one shift and one throttle or are they ordered separately?

Asked on 12/22/2014 by mike hobson

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Cables are ordered separately, pricing is for each.

Answered on 12/23/2014 by Rick White
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