Question about Boating
Do you have a Deadman switch? Is the pin in? If yes, disconnect the battery and use an ohmmeter on the ends of the positive and negative main wires but do not cross connect. Loop positive end to positive end with ohmmeter in between to see if you have continuity or not from key. Turn and hold keyswitch to start position. You should have continuity on both POS and NEG respectfully from key to motor connection. Check NEG same way. Then check run position. This way you are checking the ignition side of the keyswitch although your starter does work. Just because the starter works does not mean the ignition is hot.
Posted on May 23, 2009
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