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2002 Ranger Comanche Electrical Issues #13508181 04/08/20 01:55 PM
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I have a 2002 Ranger Comanche 519 and after being in a downpour a couple of weeks ago, I am experiencing electrical issues. I first noticed when I attempted to set my livewell aerator and turn on the pumps. I set the aeration to "L", but when I hit my pump button there was a distinct click from the fusebox and everything turned off. Now, none of my pumps (aerator/bilge) will come on. The only buttons that work correctly are the lights, but I have not tried them with the lights actually in place. When trying to operate the tilt buttons on the bow keypad, I get a split second of function before everything shuts down. I feel like something is limiting the voltage allowed through the circuit board or wiring, possibly due to a faulty circuit board (or parts on it) or faulty keypads. Has anyone experienced this before or know a way to check the parts in question?

Re: 2002 Ranger Comanche Electrical Issues [Re: jcg1970] #13511280 04/10/20 02:18 AM
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That on and off switch mounted inside of the rear compartment for the accessories is a breaker, replace it.

Last edited by gary purdy; 04/10/20 02:18 AM.

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