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Trolling motor wiring
We get many requests for schematics on trolling motor wiring. There are a few different configurations one can use according to your trolling motor application and existing wiring that the manufacturer installed in your boat. The images below should help you resolve just how trolling motor wiring should be connected. Besides proper connections, you should also make sure you use no less than 4 to 6 awg wire, and definitely install a 50 amp breaker on each hot leg. If anything shorts out and you have no breakers, things are going to heat up in a hurry and you might find yourself aflame very quickly. Click an image for larger view.


3 wire 12/24 volt
4 wire 12/24 volt
Straight 24 volt
Straight 36 volt
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