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Old 11-16-2018, 08:03 PM   #1
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Where can I get a manual for a 1995 SCR 2400.
I really need to see the wiring diagram.

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Old 11-16-2018, 09:15 PM   #2
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Under Documents of this site Maxum boats/2000/ 2400 - 3300 manual. The boat was basically the same from 1994 - 2001.

What are you trying to figure out?
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Welcome
I have a 95 2400 SCR manual that I can copy and email to you.
PM me with a email address.
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Under Documents of this site Maxum boats/2000/ 2400 - 3300 manual. The boat was basically the same from 1994 - 2001.

What are you trying to figure out?
Electrical issue.

The boat runs fine, then after running at higher for a short time, the boat just shuts down. No electrical at all, no gauges nothing.

The fuse for ignition switch is blown. I replace it and everything is fine until I get back to higher Rpm's. I also think that I have been adjusting the trim tabs during these events.

So, I need the electrical diagram to help sort out the issue.

Last thing I need is to be drifting powerless on the Columbia River with all that large cargo traffic.
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The trim tabs should be wired separately and on their own fuse.

Iíll have to look at the wiring diagram but only things on this fuse are the gauges and ignition system. May be an ignition component heating up and drawing more current. Also check all gauge connection to ensure they are clean and tight.
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Thanks for the info Mike.

I'll be heading down to the slip this weekend and check on the connections you mentioned.

I also have a retired Navy electrician that is going to assist me.
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Thanks for the info Mike.

I'll be heading down to the slip this weekend and check on the connections you mentioned.

I also have a retired Navy electrician that is going to assist me.
I have seen alternators and rectifiers pump out too many amps that can cause this issue. You may want to check this while running.
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Good idea.

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