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    Which wire for switched 12v on RXP?

    Which wire are you splicing into for swithched power. Please respond so I dont' have to get out my wiring diagram and a big magnifing glass.

    Thanks


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    I spliced my electronic boost gauge into the fuse block for switched power.

    While leaning over into your storage compartment from the left side of the ski and looking down at your MPEM take the farthest front fuse block cover off. It will be the 3rd fuse down.

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    Thanks Jerry. Were you able to put the sealed cover back on the fuse block?

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    Sure was. Check out how i did it. I just drilled a tiny hole in it small enough for the wire to pass thru. Don't forget to use a little silicone around it.
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    Jerry, I finally found me a digtal display boost gauge and that is what I am installing.

    Thanks for the info.

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    Sweet! Be sure and post some pics of it after.

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    So that fuse will turn things on and off when the engine starts/stops.

    Would that work if you had the atwood turbo fan plugged to it ?

    If would be nice to have the fan turn on and off when you start/stop the power.

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    That fuse is switched on/off by the lanyard.

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    Hey Jerry,

    That's a good idea, but what happens if you blow that fuse? You tapped into the electric starter/ fuel pump fuse. You might have to replace that fuse with a spare...or you won't be capable of starting the ski back up incase a short happens.

    What I would do is tap into the VTS fuse so incase something happens on the water..all you do is loose the trim and can still make it back to shore.

    Here is the wiring diagram for those fuses.... click on it for a bigger picture

    3A====Bilge pump, beeper diagnostic
    5A====Spare fuse
    10A===Starter/ fuel pump
    2A====MPEG
    7.5A===VTS
    5A==== EMS Start Stop circuit.
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    So does the negative or positive go to that fuse box.
    Sorry I sound like an idiot... I'd just love to have my bilge fan go off by lanyard.

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