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Old 04-16-2021, 08:06 AM
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93 is ready for carpet and 94 will be ready tonight!
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Old 04-16-2021, 10:27 AM
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Is the crack between the 4x4 sized part and the hull? Or the 4x4?
I think the 4x4 left to right thing is a main structural stringer. So important.
Probably important to have that connected to the hull if it originally was.
Love the 93 S&S next to the 94 205. Perfect.
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Old 04-16-2021, 04:39 PM
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That' just a cover for a damper. I found the same thing on my 205 a couple months ago and had the same question. I just resealed mine w/ 4200.
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Old 04-17-2021, 05:32 PM
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Old 04-18-2021, 04:40 PM
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Any two pads (seat and back) have a plug-in connector from the pads to the relay. Those come apart in a jiff. If you are that busy in an observer's seat, you need to get medication.

I leave mine connected most of the time, but if it's summer time and heat is not needed, those connectors can stay disconnected for weeks or months on end.

Not a big deal for me.

Found mine on Scamazon here

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Where did you pull power for the seats?

Also- anyone have a diagram of where all the heater duct work runs? Mine was broken and not connected.

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Old 04-19-2021, 10:56 AM
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Man those look great! Nice work and I long to get to that phase with mine!
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Old 04-19-2021, 11:32 AM
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Where did you pull power for the seats?

Also- anyone have a diagram of where all the heater duct work runs? Mine was broken and not connected.

Thanks
I jumped off of an empty Accessory switch. Easy enough and one of several places. That setup gives me off/on at the rocker switch(es) that comes with the kit as well as a "master" off/on at the Acc. switch. No real strategy other than that was convenient to use the Acc. switch because it is already fused and close by for wiring to run to the switch.

I don't have an onboard heater. However the route has to be one of (1?) which will get the hose from the core to the vent. You can probably find the best route by looking under the deck. I doubt they ran under the floor. The routing can't have a lot of options.

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Old 04-21-2021, 07:31 PM
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Put battery in tonight and no power to gauges.
If I turn on lights the gauge lights up- bit volt gauge /perfect pass- no power. Tach doesn’t drop to “0” either when key is turned on.

All switches have power and work.

We did new interior this year and added perfect pass.

Thoughts? Makes me sick as I am not an electrician!!
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Old 04-21-2021, 07:37 PM
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Put battery in tonight and no power to gauges.
If I turn on lights the gauge lights up- bit volt gauge /perfect pass- no power. Tach doesn’t drop to “0” either when key is turned on.

All switches have power and work.

We did new interior this year and added perfect pass.

Thoughts? Makes me sick as I am not an electrician!!
There’s a connection off somewhere.
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Old 04-21-2021, 08:14 PM
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Put battery in tonight and no power to gauges.
If I turn on lights the gauge lights up- bit volt gauge /perfect pass- no power. Tach doesn’t drop to “0” either when key is turned on.

All switches have power and work.

We did new interior this year and added perfect pass.

Thoughts? Makes me sick as I am not an electrician!!
Switches take power from the fuse center. The dash gauges get power from the on position of the ignition switch, which is powered by the hot orange. Most (all) gauges are powered off the orange and piggy-backed throughout (thus all are out). Your scenario suggests the hot for the gauges is discombobulated.

Patience. It's an easy fix.

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