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Posted: May 1, 2013
1] Make sure the battery is hooked up + to +, - to -. Make sure the connections are spotlessly clean where they join, and use lock nuts or lock washers to snug them down.
2] If there’s a battery switch, make sure it’s turned to ON or 1/2/BOTH.
3] If all the above is good, move to the cable connection at the engine’s starter solenoid. You should have 12v there.
4] Is the voltage being lost at the connector some manufacturers jam under the dash? You’ll have to separate that plug and check for voltage there from the stern.
Those four items would be the only ones I can think of that would control both the engine and the accessories.
Posted By: Damn, I wish I could think of sohiemtng smart like that! On: 7/22/2013
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