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Author Topic: No power to the instument cluster  (Read 3915 times)

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Stu Jackson

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Re: No power to the instument cluster
« Reply #15 on: June 18, 2008, 06:21:20 PM »

Picky, picky, picky...oh, well, we knew what he meant right away - the tach/hour meter, etc. was the giveaway - but you're right, there always IS the manual to fall back on!   :cry4` :shock:

Bob, in going back to your original post, you did mention the glow plugs.  Have you or your PO done the glow plug solenoid?  See Projects for it.
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Re: No power to the instument cluster
« Reply #16 on: June 23, 2008, 07:09:04 AM »

Hi guys, will get hull number next time, and you are right about the terminology Ron, am going to the boat today and will run it all down, I will get a new switch, check out the fuse holder, although according to Pierre, he had power at the engine intrument cluster, but the blown fuse wouldn't allow the engine to turn over, I had nothing at the cluster.  I am not sure if the glow plugs have been upgraded, will check that out also.  This is all a little hard to check seeing as how it healed itself on the trip back, but I will certainly do a thourgh hands on system check.  Thanks again guys   Bob

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