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Teleflex MT-3 Controls with neutral safety switch are a direct replacement for MT-2 controls. All MT-3 controls now feature longer shift travel for certain MerCruisers, and applications where longer cable runs with many bends are required. Designed for use with 33C and 43C Supreme cables. Model MT-3 is 1/4" longer than MT-2. Available in single or twin control styles.
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can you purchase the neutral safety switch separate?
Yes. The part number is TEL-305499. You can order by calling the JD call center.
Do these need a neutral safety switch or is it already built in?
I can't properly remember, I want to say a switch came with the unit. I do know the switches are separate from the unit itself to enable replacement etc.
No It is built in to the controls
If I switch from a MT-2 to a MT-3, do I have to change cables?
The cable connections should be the same.
JD Tech Team
What cables and adapters are needed to use this control on a 1996 Johnson 28 SPL. The length of the cables will need to be 8-9 feet.
I don't have any information on what connectors for that engine, best to call Teleflex 877-663-8396
JD Tech Team
can the single throttle work a Yamaha outboard 150 2stroke?
you should ask the tech people at Jamestown. my only other thought is if you have another Teleflex control, it might very well work.
i like the look of it can it run a single 2strokje outboard
Is single for both shift and throttle?
Yes it is
yes it is for shift and throttle for single engine boat with a detent for throttle only for warm up to raise idle speed during warm up of engine I hope this helps
The single lever is for both transmission control and throttle control for a single engine.
there are no clear instructions (especially pics) to indicate exactly how to connect the shifting/throttle cables...after looking at the parts diagram I may have it figured out but it shouldn't be this much of a struggle
Just what we have been looking for.
We have been looking for a red knob for awhile. These controls are actually in a wireline unit that we use in the oil and gas fields in Wyoming. I googled red knob and your website came up. Great website. Thanks.