I am trying to locate the batterys on a friends 25 ft cabin cruiser they are really elusive my friend thinks the boat manufacturer is balt thes batterys have not been serviced since the boat was new that was now three years ago and the boat only gets used in the summer season so they will probably be due a top up of electrolyte ar at least a charge but due to being unable to locate them we are unable to even inspect them even the engineer for the boat safety certificate was unable to locate them i have googled for the manufacturer hoping to find them so i could approach them directly but no joy
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Re: balt 25 ft cabin cruiser batterys
To locate the batteries, all you need to do is follow the large red cable from either the starter motor or the battery switch. In both cases they will lead you to the battery.
I have been in the boating business for a long time and never heard of a manufacturer named Balt. To verify who built your boat, look for the Hull Identification Number. It is a 12 digit combination of letters and numbers located on the transom, or back of the boat. All boats built since 1973 are required to have this number. Once you have the HIN go to this link:
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Whole control doesn't work ?
No power for rear cabin at all ?
it could be bad connection.
I have friend freaked out "I have no power for whole rear cabin!! It was working !! somebody help! " at Emmy award Limo parking few years ago.
I looked at her limo, she did turn main switch off on overhead control module unknowingly. maybe she touched something else but accidentally flip rear main power off.
Is not the case ?
also, if your 2nd alternator burned out, you have no power for rear cabin.
But if it's the case, it remain no power for rear cabin (and outside coach light) until you replace 2nd alternator. It won't be "sometimes work sometimes don't".
I had friend who had bad connection (lose connection) at power switch (switching main battery and 2nd battery, it's engine compartment on top of passenger side front tire well)
Hi there, yes they do have a cabin filter, it located under the bonnet on the passenger side. You will need to remove the cowling on the left side, then just loosen the 3 boots holding the washer tank but don't remove them, you can then pull it forward a it and expose the housing for the filter, push the clips out of the housing and pull it strate up, then remove the old filter and replace it with the new 1. Note on the bottom of the housing you pulled up has 2 tabs on it, make sure they are located and just reverse your process and put it back together, hope this helps
or just smart key dead.
what is same, please say what fails, now.
are the RKE dead, both keys,? dead. car came with 2, never have less, or that be big error, and huge costs.
is car with Immobilizer,
what fails, cranking, or just not starting
or IMMO lamp glows, telling you (dash light) cranking will never start ever.
I have had similar problems with toys myself. Seems as if when I am sure that my boys are done with a toy and it is long forgotten- it resurfaces needing some tlc... Here is a link to get the battery pack and cover. I would also suggest checking auction sites, as I have been able to find elusive little plastic parts of helicopters there too :-) Best of luck, and looking at Butterscotch; I would love her too! http://www.hasbro.com/customer-service/orderform.cfm?sku=76471
Land Cruiser 2007 air filter is not located behind the glove box. I removed the glove box and didn't see anything behind it. Does anyone who posts the answer here really changed the cabin air filter for the 2007 land cruiser?
Sounds like your friend burned out the power amplifier. That would be the only reason none of the channels work. Unless the unit was muted by accident and no one checked the mute function - though I doubt that.
Are the batteries really gettin a full charge or is your charger faulty. If you can borrow a voltage meter you can see what your battery is putting out and check the charger (plugged in) to test how much voltage it is putting out. If the Razor is 12 volt you can hook up a car/motorcycle charger to pump up those batteries. I don't think your batts are not holding a charge, i think they're not gettin a charge....good luck to you...Tim