Question about Bayliner Boating
Boat was running great last year.must have gotten damaged during winter freeze.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On the studs on the bottom be sure to soak them with a good penitrating oil over night. Then on the removal if you feel like they are binding work them back and forth. They may break but you should get new studs with the new one. On the head side just be carefull, if you break a bolt off in the head you have real problems then. Not really complex just use your head and don't be to forcefull.
Posted on May 16, 2009
SOURCE: BOAT WONT MOVE WHEN IN REVERSE
put your boat in reverse out of the water and see if you can spin the prop buy hand it should be very hard to turn if you can spin the prop you have a spun hub in the prop if you have a two part prop then you can get just the hub but if it is fixed then u will need to buy a new prop they run between 109.00-145.00 for a aluminum anthor check if thats not it make sure the prop speeds up when u rev the boat out of the water it should rev with the engine if not you may have a shifter cable problem the boat may seem to be going into reverse but it may not be locking in the lower unit let me knows what happens and well get it figured out
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
Yes, the GPS will consume a slight amount of power even when powered off. Most people call this "pulse-power" in the electrical industry. Also, as an example at home, if you have a cell-phone charger plugged into the wall, but do Not have the cell-phone plugged-in and charging - the power adapter still drains a very small amount of power and does in-fact use electricity just because it is plugged-in. On a 21-foot Bayliner, I recommend installing a Battery-Saver at the point of the battery, which automatically cuts all power to the battery when it reaches a certain low-level. Then when you need to start the boat - you press one button on the Battery Saver - and it gives you enough power to start the boat and enjoy your water experience. I also might recommend swinging by an auto-shop that has a rolling-battery-tester just to be sure you battery is still good. Even a brand new battery can be defective at day-one or months later. Have a qualified person test the battery to see if it is holding a charge correctly (while the GPS is ON and while it is Off.) The results will tell you the true story.
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you that was very helpful! We also discovered the off switch on this unit is also a dimmer switch. We could not see in daylight it was still on."
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