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rewiring the consol #10587755 02/02/15 03:26 PM
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redoing the wire in my pathfinder. after 13 yrs of fixing, replacing and adding stuff, it was pretty bad. i'm not an ele
ctrician, so it doesn't look like a Yellowfin, but it's looking a lot better.
still have the trolling motor batteries and the rear battery compartment to do. also have a leak in either the jack plate reservoir or the power pole tank, keep getting milky oil in the bottom of that compartment. and the story never ends!

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Re: rewiring the consol [Re: smooth move] #10593125 02/04/15 02:22 PM
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That is a great job! Wiring is such a pain. Any idea what it cost you for all the wiring?




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Re: rewiring the consol [Re: Biscuits] #10593640 02/04/15 05:00 PM
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Originally Posted By: Dan in S.A.
That is a great job! Wiring is such a pain. Any idea what it cost you for all the wiring?

wasn't bad, about $60 or $70 for wiring and heat shrink connectors. the fuse box was about $35 and buss bar about $10. most other stuff was reused from original. did buy a new battery maintainer for the troll motor batteries and it was right at $200.got everything on hold again. i decided to cut into the fuel tank and give it a real scrubbing on the inside. want to get rid of all traces of the ethanol residue in there before buttoning up the console.


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Re: rewiring the consol [Re: smooth move] #10595601 02/05/15 01:30 PM
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You cut into the fuel tank? Is it plastic, aluminum? How did you reseal it?




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Re: rewiring the consol [Re: smooth move] #10595849 02/05/15 02:58 PM
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plastic. i'll have to build a flange and hatch type thingy with a gasket and sealer. sorta like the sending unit seal--sorta. ain't skeered! lol.


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Re: rewiring the consol [Re: smooth move] #10596334 02/05/15 06:06 PM
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Cool. You should post a picture of that. I curious to see what you did.




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Re: rewiring the consol [Re: smooth move] #10596952 02/05/15 10:14 PM
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will do. maybe this week end.


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Re: rewiring the consol [Re: smooth move] #10603540 02/08/15 11:10 PM
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OK-got the hole cut and you won't even believe what i got out of the tank. check it out. i'll build a couple flanges later in the week and post pics of the patch.



pure ethanol. tan when wet and dries to a fine grey talc. tank is spotless now. after i button it up, i'll go thru the filters and screens.


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Re: rewiring the consol [Re: smooth move] #10604787 02/09/15 02:24 PM
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That is pretty nasty. I bet it runs a lot better now.




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Re: rewiring the consol [Re: smooth move] #10604863 02/09/15 02:47 PM
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if it doesn't----i'm burning it!


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Re: rewiring the consol [Re: smooth move] #10608305 02/10/15 09:24 PM
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HA!! Man I have had that thought too at times. The hard work will pay off. Hang in there bud!




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Re: rewiring the consol [Re: smooth move] #10608577 02/10/15 11:26 PM
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got the flange made and installed. new sending unit, pickup foot and cut off and replaced about a foot of the fill hose also. need to cut a pc of starboard to cover and seal the hole in the floor. then back to the wiring.


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Cool!


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Re: rewiring the consol [Re: smooth move] #10612850 02/12/15 12:51 PM
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If I ever need my tank cleaned out on my patty I know who to call. cheers

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That turned out way better than I thought it would. Great job!




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