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2001 Ranger R93vs help identify a switch? #13435518 02/11/20 05:14 PM
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Have a switch that is the on/off switch from batteries to console. Can't find a name or replacement anyone know where I can find one or a suitable substitute? 1 wire in and 1 wire out.

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Re: 2001 Ranger R93vs help identify a switch? [Re: Rough fish] #13435612 02/11/20 06:15 PM
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Think it's a 40 amp main power circuit breaker. I'd call Ranger and see what they say.


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Re: 2001 Ranger R93vs help identify a switch? [Re: T Bird] #13435619 02/11/20 06:18 PM
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Thanks, I'll give em a call.

Re: 2001 Ranger R93vs help identify a switch? [Re: Rough fish] #13435716 02/11/20 07:39 PM
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Perkoswitch. Call ranger parts dept with year and make. Should be able to replace

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Re: 2001 Ranger R93vs help identify a switch? [Re: Rough fish] #13448359 02/23/20 07:29 AM
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That housing is an "add on" cover. If you unmount the assembly, inside you should find a rather standard marine breaker marked with part # info so that you can go to the open market to get another.

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