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Old 11-18-2018, 06:42 PM   #1
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Oops Broken Switch - 06 Pilot 30

I have a broken toggle switch on the console. It's the running light/anchor light switch. Where might one find a replacement? I can't see a logo and haven't found anything quite like them on line.
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Old 11-18-2018, 07:25 PM   #2
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I am pretty sure that those are Carling switches. Google it or look on Amazon and you will find sellers.


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Often the mfg. and model is on the side of the switch along with the rating. In a panel that will usually not be visible so removal will be needed just to see who and what the specifics are.
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Thanks David and c lectric. I think you guys are both right. I check this weekend.
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Thanks. I will check this weekend.
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Looks like switch is good. I have lost my ground to the bow light. Is there a ground plate somewhere between bow and console or is it home runned?
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Looks like switch is good. I have lost my ground to the bow light. Is there a ground plate somewhere between bow and console or is it home runned?
Usually a negative returns to a junction somewhere. Not usually attached to a ground bar far away. My boat the negative wire traces same path as the positive wire, then branches off to a ground under the helm.
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