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Old 10-19-2008, 11:47 PM   #1
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Default 1991 2300 SCR Wiring Diagram

Got this boat in late September and a few electronics not working like the Radio, Nav Lights, Anchor Lights, and Horn. Macerator pump not working either but not sure where that one is located. It is suppose to pump out the Sewage tank. Tried having a quick look for it with no luck, Is it located in the tank? Anyway my main reason for writing was looking for a wiring diagram for this boat to make my job a little easier. Checked all fuses and every one is OK. Power reaching both fuse blocks. Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 10-20-2008, 02:01 AM   #2
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well..first off..welcome to the zoo.....secondly....I'd contact US Marine in arlington, wa. ..have your hin number ready so they can match your boat up..
3rdly....check all the connections behind the dash as corrosion can be an issue and stop the flow of electrons..unfortunately there isn't much to do except go terminal by terminal.....
finally...the macerator pump is usually located either on top of the tank attached to a piece of ply wood or it's in the engine bay on the swim step.....it's definitely NOT in the tank.....it's a black pump usually....should pretty evident where it's at.....

now when your cleaning the connections ..might wanna stick some lithium or teflon grease on and in each connection to keep corrosion effects down...

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Old 10-24-2008, 11:23 AM   #3
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Default Dash Access

There must be an easier access to under the dash than just that small retangular opening under the wheel. You have to be a pretty flexible to fit inbetween the seat and wheel and still look up the small hole and try and get two hands in there to make adjustments. Is there an easier way of doing this? It looks like a big job to remove the dash, you would think it would be a flip up which would give you easy access to the wiring. Any suggestions for easier access?
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nope..that's it...unless you want to cut an access hatch thru the overhead in the head....it's not that bad once you get all twisted and folded into the position....
just pray that nobody yells FIRE!!...

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