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Old 03-02-2010, 03:35 AM   #1
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does anyone know the what the original switches did on a 96' maxum 1900sr. Previous owner decided it would be a bright idea to paint over the wood dashes with black spray paint including the stickers that told what the switches were for. Trying to re-wire back to original but have had no luck in finding any pics of the original dash or help. Hope someone here can help me. Tried to even find any used original woodgrain looking dashes but no success there either. My understanding is that the dashes were the same from 96' to 98'.
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Old 03-02-2010, 01:58 PM   #2
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you can probably go to maxumboats.com and find your model yr in the data base..then download the pdf for your wiring diagram....if not then let me know and I'll see what I can find at the dealer...

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Thanks seapuppy. Checked the maxumboats site but didn't find anything. Hope you have better luck than me.
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well..I contacted the shop I go to all the time...

here's my email

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on the maxum boat owners club site..we have a gentleman that is looking for the wiring diagram for his dash..
I know it's gonna be luck if you have it...but could you please help this gent out with a diagram..
he needs it for
original switches 96' maxum 1900sr...

unfortunately the maxum site only goes down to 2001 model yr.
thanks for your assistance..

http://www.maxumownersclub.com/forum...=8724#post8724

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Is your layout like this?



Or is it a single row of switches like the 1995 models?
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yes that is the same dash as mine tglee
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This was the best photo that I could come up with.



The part # for the upper label set is 1715268. The lower set is 1713863.
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Thanks to everyone for the help. This forum is awsome. So glad i found it.
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