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Found 6 results

  1. I have 2000 sunesta 233....there is a switch in the locking compartment that is located in captain area below the throttle/shifter...what is it for ? thx.....
  2. While attempting to repair another switch contact I have apparently pulled a connector loose from the engine hatch switch on the dash. I have a 2005 256ssi. There is not enough wire to allow me to pull the dash panel forward enough to get my hand to the back of the switches let alone the ability to pull it out far enough to inspect. Is all of that nest of wiring connected to a harness somewhere under there that would allow me to disconnect it and pull the dash panel completely out? Suggestions?
  3. The bilge pump float switch in my '05 Sunesta 236 was stuck on and it drained my batteries. I have ordered a new switch. How does a human reach the switch to replace it? There is only about 6 inches clearance between the engine pulleys and the fiberglass bulkhead, and the switch is about 4 feet down. How do I get to it to remove the screws?
  4. I got Sunesta 24 2006. Double battery crossover switch just fell apart in my hands. It's located on the back wall behind the main seat and it is not easy to remove. I unscrewed 4 holding fixtures but I guess the wiring is too short to let a whole piece to come out off the wall, it seems like there is no access to that area behind the wall, so I'm kinda stuck. Any help is greatly appreciated.
  5. I got Sunesta 24 2006. Double battery crossover switch just fell apart in my hands. It's located on the back wall behind the main seat and it is not easy to remove. I unscrewed 4 holding fixtures but I guess the wiring is too short to let a whole piece to come out off the wall, it seems like there is no access to that area behind the wall, so I'm kinda stuck. Any help is greatly appreciated.
  6. The plastic clip on the Safety Lanyard will not push the Stop Switch in far enough to allow the engine to start. I have a new 2011 Sunesta 264. The clip does not appear to be warped or out of shape and the Stop Switch appears normal also. The only problem is the clip does not push the button in far enough. I placed a small piece of paper between the clip and the button so the engine would start and get me back to the marina. Anyone else have this issue? Any suggestions??