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  1. Medic6940

    Power steering leak

    Yes. I do have fluid in the bilge.
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    Power steering leak

    Anybody know anything about the power steering and where they typically leak? Just noticed my pump was bone dry. Filled it up and ran the boat for a couple hours and the pump is dry again. What are the consequences of continued use with no fluid?
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    Best GPS/Depth finder for the money

    Thanks for the advice.
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    Best GPS/Depth finder for the money

    New to boating and need a good GPS/ depth finder. Doesn’t have to be the latest and greatest. I don’t fish so I don’t need any fish finding capabilities. I have used the navionics App on my phone and like it. So something that is compatible with it would be good. I live in NW Georgia and will be staying in fresh water lakes.
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    Fuel tank baffles clogged?

    Awesome info Sir. I will give this a try and let you know how I did. Thanks for the reply.
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    Fuel tank baffles clogged?

    Just bought a ‘99 2130ssi. Having problems with several of the gauges. The one that has me stumped the most is the fuel gauge. It always reads full. I found the sending unit and pulled it out the other day. The tank was so full fuel cane out when I removed the sending unit. Now this was after running the boat for approximately 5 hrs. The float on the sending unit works freely although I didn’t check the gauge while moving the float. (Didn’t want power on while sitting over the gas tank) My question is, could there be something that is keeping the fuel in that one baffle and not letting it disperse into the rest of the tank? Why would that one section still be full to the brim after running for 5 hrs? Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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