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Trying to wire nav man gps imput into a 585fcv furuno echo sounder,i no the white wire of the nav man nmea output ,but what coulour wire is the imput for the 585,white and blue.but which one is the signal wire and which one is the earth,cheers Rod

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White and blue is correct, white is signal, but be aware that manufacturers screw this up all the time, so try it both ways, and look for pulsing data on digital meter measuring 12V, should see meter jump rhythmically, from 0 to 4-12V. Confirm presence of data to maintain sanity

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