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There is an issue with the boat wiring. Monterey 224FS (2016) with only 90 hours on the boat. Not sure of the cause. We are still investigating. But, I need to know if it is possible to purchase sections of wiring harness from Monterey or their dealer network? Or does one have to purchase all new gauges and switches and console? Any and all advice is appreciated. As you can see in the below image. Charred wires.
I have a 2001 302 with a water heater electrical issue... Plumbing is all good, but when I am on shore power the water does not heat. When I test the leads coming into the heater (before the stat or tripping device), I have no neutral leg. Testing voltage from black to white is 0, but testing black to green is 120V. Obviously I'm not going to wire neutral to ground, I'd like to fix this up correctly. I don't see anything funny at the neutral bus behind the cabin panel, and I don't see any cut wires in the bilge but it's hard to track. All other shore power functions correctly on this same line. Am I missing something else here? Pull a new neutral? Thanks, Steve
Last fall I pulled the tachometers on my 2002 298 SS bowrider (5.0 MPI Mercruisers) and planned to replace them this summer. I took pictures and made sketches of the wires, which I lost over the winter. I can identify the grey signal wire, the 12V hot lead, and instrument light wires, but there are 3 black wires and two black-white stripe wires also going to each tack. Any information or help would be appreciated.