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sharky300
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Electrical Question

#1 Post by sharky300 » Wed Jul 15, 2015 8:49 am

I am ordering the Wiring Harness and Small boat Switch Panel from PS- My question is... Does it come with a fuse panel, or is it all fused internally? If no external fuse panel- Does it have the ability to jump over to the gauges, or will I need to run a separate power supply for them??

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Jason

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Re: Electrical Question

#2 Post by curtiscapk » Wed Jul 15, 2015 9:22 am

If you are talking about this one Each switch has a breaker. Technically you could use one of the power wires to the switch to power your gauges, but if you flip switch it would kill the gauges. I would t off the 12 volt outlet for your gauge power since it is always on.

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Re: Electrical Question

#3 Post by sharky300 » Wed Jul 15, 2015 9:34 am

Do the gauges take (2) 12v inputs? I was looking at a diagram, and it appeared that way- 12V from accessory panel, and 12v from ignition.... or is that just an option of two ways you can hook it up?

Jason

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