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Old 03-03-2015, 11:28 PM   #1
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I'm new in this group and i would like to know where i can find new or used (in good condition) switch panel for my maxum (model 21SD i think it's 2003's model) because mine is cracked. I searched every site i knew on internet but i could't find the right switch panel. Can anyone help me?
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Old 03-04-2015, 12:41 AM   #2
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Welcome aboard

You can try Great Lakes Skipper, however if you have the push button ignition I doubt you will have much success as this was a custom system and with Maxum shut down the company that manufactured it for them stopped making them.

Can you post a picture of what you have.

There are folks who make replacement dash panels, so depending on what you have that might be an option.
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Old 03-05-2015, 11:21 AM   #3
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hello,
thanks for your response!
i tried Great Lakes Skipper but no luck. i was able to find the switches but not the panel..
this is what i have
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Well at least you do not have the soft key panels with keyless ignition as those are a much bigger issue to deal with.

Guess you have two options find a plastic shop that will make molds from yours to make new ones ($$$$) or ruff the surface of these and paint them and then using stencils remake the switch locations.

Speaking of switches I have never seen them so rusty, does water collect in those pockets the switches are in? If so get a cover for the helm.
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I don't see any cracks. You are going to have a hard time replacing that piece. I do see that someone reefed way too far down on the mounting screws. No need to distort the switchplate to affix it to the bulkhead.

I agree about the switches themselves. Those don't look stock and wouldnt' expect Brunswick to use non-marine materials like that. It looks like someone replaced the switches with stock from HD or Radio Shack.

A body shop can do plastic repairs and painting as well. Years ago I had a buddy who practically split the cowl of his snowmobile in two. The crack was a couple of feet long. (Picture tearing a piece of paper down the center, only half-way through the sheet. Another buddy who does body work fixed it and painted. You couldn't tell the cowl had a crack in it when he was done.

BlueSea makes marine toggles which would work in those applications.
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thanks for your response guys!
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Hi All,

I'm new and from South Africa and own one of those 2100 SD's with that soft touch electronic keypad. I have scoured the planet to no avail and would like to make a recommendation to everyone else who may have this dashboard to try and keep what is a great boat going.

I contacted mercruiser and they make an adapter to fit the 14 pin plug on the 350 MPI motor. This allows you to connect the new Mercruiser Analogue Harness and change all the gauges to Faria analogue gauges. I had a plastics fabricator modify my existing dash panel to accommodate the new gauges and put in an analogue switch panel on the gunnel for all the ancillary devices including showers, blowers, bilge pump etc etc etc. I now have the same boat with the a totally analogue set up and anyone with a tester can maintain it. I am not sure what maxum were thinking when they built it, but who cares about the fancy electronics, BTW I rejigged the depth finder as well and have a separate readout on my dash for that. It looks great and works even better. As to why my panel stopped working CORROSION. TOTAL COST was $ 2300.
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65k thanks for the info I am sure this will help many folks

BTY can you post some pictures of the final product and any in process if you have them.
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yeah, some pictures would be very helpful!
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Will post some pics on monday on process and new setup....
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