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Dahitman44

MNKota co-pilot question

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I have never used my copilot but would like to get it going - -

How do you get the main unit to see the remotes?

Thanks

Hit

(lost the instructions)

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I searched around, and found nothing. I went to minnkota's site and under "faq" tab they have the question "How to program Co-pilot". Great. I clicked on it, and the answer....."You need instructions to program the remote". Gee, you think so? What a joke.

Check with motor clinic in Bloomington. They are a great help, might tell you how to do it over the phone.

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Here's what I found by doing a search for Copilot on this forum:

hold in the button with a pencil while you send a signal with the transmitter. You should hear four short beeps indicating they are transmitter is learned to the receiver.

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That's exactly right Marine Man. You can also pair up more than one remote if you have them. Hope you got it going, they are very slick.

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I don't remember having to program anything when I hooked up the co-pilot. I just plugged it in and started using the remotes.

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same here, I just plugged mine in and it has worked fine ever since. no programing

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I am on my second one, and I just plugged it in and it worked. I have changed the battery in it and never had to reprogram it.

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