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Old 10-01-2018, 10:43 AM
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is faulty.
In what way and causing what to happen?
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Old 10-01-2018, 04:55 PM
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My guess is it must be causing a short somewhere. Maybe touching another wire inadvertently...? I spoke with a guy that used the boat before I bought it, and he said for sure the NAV/ANC lights worked. The dealership said the lights were corroded and wanted a ridiculous amount to replace them. So, I replaced them myself, but the problem still exists. Now, when I turn the Nav lights on, they flash on and then immediately the fuse blows. The same thing happens when I switch on the Anchor light on. I confirmed the wiring on the switch is correct (all stock). So I am guessing the wires from the tower to the fuse is grounding somewhere? Or maybe the switch is bad, but then why would the lights flash before shorting out?
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