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  1. I'm looking at buying a 2011 Sunesta 224 with about 350 hours on the dash gauge. The motor is a Volvo Penta 5.7 GI-J 3869403 A 114295. My offer is conditional to inspection and the boat was looked over. In the process the boat is found to be very clean and well cared for. Good interior, a bit of wear that correlates appropriately with the age of the boat. There was a bit of an issue with dirty gear oil and the seal by the impeller was a little leaky but no really big deal there. I had the ECM looked at and the hours on the ECM matched the gauge. The issue is that the ECM and the gauge
  2. Up until this summer, my 2009 206ssi has displayed the water depth and engine hours on the digital display that came with the boat. The digital display is the multifunction one you scroll through for different readings. Now, the display does not present any options for the depth gauge or the engine hours - they have simply disappeared. Any thoughts or insights regarding how I might remedy this situation? Thanks, C
  3. Had the boat out for about the third time this past weekend. We were on the water the better part of two whole days this time and just for curiosity, looked at the hour meter. It read 338.9 hrs. Gee, that number sure sounded familiar. Yup, it was the same number I recorded last fall when I logged all the service I performed. Point being is that the hour meter is dead and I have to replace it. Now my question is should I just install the new meter with 0.0 hours showing or should I "run up" the new meter to agree with the old meter (plus about 10 hours that I'm sure I've added this spring, al
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