08-18-2009, 05:51 PM #1
Low voltage to bilge pump 04 XPDI
Hi All, I'm hoping to get some help here.
Checking the electric supply to the bilge pump I found 4.5 V when the lanyard is unplugged, about 6V when the lanyard is plugged in and only about 7V with the engine running.
I don't know where to look next for bad connections or is there some electronic switch just for the bilge? If anyone has any experience or knowledge of this please help.
08-18-2009, 08:42 PM #2
Check the ground side and if its good then replace the fuses in the mpem (seen a couple that were half blown. Threw me too) Clean the pins in the connector at the mpem. Your MPEM could be the problem. But I will bet the ground is bad or the pins loose
Hey Guy you still Jumpin I see.
08-19-2009, 03:57 AM #3
I think I found the connections at the mpm, having a little trouble distinguishing the tracer color on the red wire. With the mpm and bilge pump connection unplugged I get 1.7 to 2.0 ohms through the wires. After re-connecting the mpm I get more voltage 8-10 but still not enough so I think the wire to pin connection may be bad. Is there a special tool to remove the pins from the mpm plug? How do I get them out of the plug?
I live for the waves and this weekend should be huge up here I gotta get this fixed asap
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