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Old 09-06-2018, 03:31 PM   #1
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Hi all, first time poster. I'm bringing a 2003 1800SR to new life, and I am in need of a photo of a proper dashboard panel for it. The current labels are faded and/or missing. If anyone can help, I would appreciate it!
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Old 09-06-2018, 03:58 PM   #2
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Is it that you don't know what the switches are for or are you trying to duplicate the look of the old labels?
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Old 09-07-2018, 12:45 PM   #3
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Both. In some cases, the writing is entirely gone.
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For ones that you are not sure what they are for you may need to trace the wires to determine what it is for if just turning it on and off doesn’t help. Once you determine that just create you own labels. Unless someone with this model helps I do not know of any pictures.
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I have an '06 1800 sr3, and i think there is a stamped metal piece above the individual switches identifying what it is for.
Problem is, the boat is not kept at the house, and the weather has been crap around here.
I might be able to get a pic for you towards end of week.
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Thanks everyone.
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Hi Greg,

I know this post is a little outdated but here's a shot of the stock dashboard on my 2002 1800SR. The images and labels above and below the switches are just applied onto the board itself, and could probably be replicated by getting an inexpensive decal set online. Hope this helps.


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Perfect Mike, thank you!
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Perfect Mike, thank you!
No Problem. Even though mine is a year older, let me know if you want any other photos of what stock config looks like for your restoration project.

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