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Mastercraft prostar 190 boat fuse

No power to the fuel pump

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SOURCE: Mastercraft Prostar 197,2005. Electrical problem?

Try your tether , plug and unplug it a few times , sometimes they stick, get corroded from the water..

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Try your tether , plug and unplug it a few times , sometimes they stick, get corroded from the water..

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