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I have a 1998 Champion 181 bass boat. The navigation lights are not working properly. - When I plug in the front green/red light, it immediately comes on with control switches in the OFF position. (The light is VERY bright) - When I turn the navigation lights (for the rear white light and front green/red light) the front green/red light goes VERY DIM. It is so dim it would be considered to have turned OFF. - The green/red light never goes off in any position of the control switch, even when placed in the anchor position (which should be just the rear white light) I am looking for a wiring diagram to ensure it is wired properly, but I will take any advise possible to fix the problem

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Check the switch. It sounds like it has seen better days. Also check the wires on the back of the switch to see if they are shorting out. The problem is at the switch area. Good luck.

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