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Posted: July 31 2007 at 12:39 | IP Logged Quote BennettOZ

Hi, We just purchased a 1988 Bayliner Capri which is open bow 19ft 1in. We bought the boat took it home and there are a few things that we cant seem to get to work. The front navigation lights and the rear light dont work. The Horn didn't work either, but I moved some fuses around and got the horn to work, but even with moving fuses around I still cant seem to get the lights to work. I located the fuse panel and noticed there was two fuses that had been burned.

If anyone has a diagram or can label a picture for me for which slot goes with what fuse and what fuse type belongs in each slot would be very helpful.

Here is an image of our fuse panel. (right hand side is facing bow of boat)




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Edited by BennettOZ on July 31 2007 at 12:39


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Posted: August 01 2007 at 19:29 | IP Logged Quote Outlaw

1st and 3rd fuse holder has wires connected but no fuses. did you try fuses in these? also last two fuse holders have no wires connected but have fuses in these. are there loose wires that need to go to these fuses?

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