Garmin MotorGuide Adapter Cables

Garmin MotorGuide Adapter Cables


The Garmin MotorGuide Adapter Cable allows you to connect a compatible Garmin unit to a MotorGuide trolling motor transducer.

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Compatible Garmin units w/8-pin connector:
echo™ series, echo dv series

Compatible MotorGuide trolling motors:

    Tour - Sonar:
  • TR75L FBD 45" 24V 20.8MT- Part # 930010450
  • TR82L FBD 45" 24V 21MT - Part # 930011020
  • TR82L FBD 50" 24V 21MT - Part # 930011030
  • TR82L FBD 60" 24V 24MT - Part # 930011040
  • TR109L FBD 45" 36V 21MT - Part # 930011050
  • TR109L FBD 50" 36V 21MT - Part # 930011060
  • TR109L FBD 60" 36V 24MT - Part # 930011070

  • Wireless Sonar:
  • W55L 54" 12V w/ Foot Pedal - Part # 970100100
  • W75L 48" 24V w/ Foot Pedal - Part # 970100110
  • W75L 60" 24V w/ Foot Pedal - Part # 970100120

  • Xi5:
  • Xi5-55FW 48" 12V FP SNR - Part # 940800190
  • Xi5-55FW 54" 12V FP SNR - Part # 940800200
  • Xi5-80FW 54" 24V FP SNR - Part # 940800110
  • Xi5-80FW 60" 24V FP SNR - Part # 940800120
  • Xi5-105FW 54" 36V FP SNR - Part # 940800150
  • Xi5-105FW 60" 36V FP SNR - Part # 940800160
  • Xi5-55FW 45" 12V FP SNR GPS - Part # 940800210
  • Xi5-55FW 54" 12V FP SNR GPS - Part # 940800220
  • Xi5-80FW 45" 24V FP SNR GPS - Part # 940800270
  • Xi5-80FW 54" 24V FP SNR GPS - Part # 940800230
  • Xi5-80FW 60" 24V FP SNR GPS - Part # 940800240
  • Xi5-105FW 54" 36V FP SNR GPS - Part # 940800250
  • Xi5-105FW 60" 36V FP SNR GPS - Part # 940800260


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Garmin MotorGuide Adapter Cables 010-11979-00 MotorGuide Adapter Cable, 4-Pin Units
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Garmin MotorGuide Adapter Cable f/8-Pin Units 010-11979-10 MotorGuide Adapter Cable, 8-Pin Units
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