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1998 Viper Cobra wiring issues need an electrician #14493606 10/02/22 01:42 AM
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Been fighting an intermittent gauge issue since getting my motor rebuilt. Everything worked fine last time I drove the boat. Had motor repaired and now my gauges work occasionally. I don’t believe it’s a motor connection problem, but somewhere under the console. I’ve tried jumping a ground to the gauges and making sure power was going to them.

I’m about to give up and need suggestions on a good electrician for boats. Any suggestions for someone near Mansfield TX?

Re: 1998 Viper Cobra wiring issues need an electrician [Re: Mgfan58] #14493678 10/02/22 10:36 AM
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first check all grounds, intermittent says it is a ground problem. start at the battery and work to the console. I will bet one is loose.


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