Question about Lowrance Boating
Hi, I have a lowrance X-85. when I turn it on, the speed and temperature sensor (model ST-TBK) indicate the speed and temperature on screen and all is right. But after fifteen minutes, the sensor does not work well because it indicates the same temperature even if the temperature has changed and the speed indicates 0 mile per hour. Then I turn it off and turn it on afterwards and it still works well for only fifteen minutes and the same problem occurs.
Can you help me please to fix this problem?
SOURCE: When turning on the Lowrance
here is the link to your the lowrance web site. the trouble shooting guide says that if you tried to it on another boat than you might need to take it in for service. but there is a section that explains how to do a soft reset on the unit. you might try that.
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Posted on Aug 15, 2008
Not enough info to diagnose your problem. It sounds like a networking problem. I couldn't find a manual for the sam-st module so I'm not sure how you have it hooked up. Typically with these devices only one would be hooked up to the SONAR module, and it would then share the data with the other display via an ethernet or NMEA2000 network. The erratic behavior of your bluewater could be due to some sort conflict with the current coming from the GlobalMap2000. Do you get the same problem when the 2000 is turned off? Have you tried running the GlobalMap2000 with the bluewater turned off?
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
SOURCE: 98 dodge caravan problems
I had the same issue with my dodge caravan and after several attempts by the dealer to fix it, it turned out to be a broken wire. They replaced the relay and it would work for a while and then go blank again. Have the wires checked thoroughly.
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
SOURCE: instrument cluster panel
Not a Fuse. There are Small Bulbs on the Back of the Guage Cluster that Burn out Occassionally. You will need to Disassemle the Dash and Remove the Guage Cluster to get to these Mini-Bulbs for Replacement. Please Rate my Solution, I need all the Help that I can Get! Thanks!
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
The rear wheel speed sensor is the most common problem on those trucks and will do what you are talking about. It is located at the top of the rear axle in the center. It picks up it's signal from a tone ring on the diff inside! If a tranny input or output sensor is bad then the tranny won't shift properly!
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
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