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wallyhunter66

Maxxum pro question?????

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Hey guys, I was wondering if i had to run a new power scource to hook up a sonar to my maxxum pro. it has the US2 and a cord is there, but, do i have to power the sonar or is it supplied from the minnkota? thanks guys Todd!!!

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Anybody?

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You should post this on the Open Water form. They should have an answer for you.

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youll have to run seperate power source for that unit

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Yes, all the trolling motor supplies is the transducer, not power to the depth finder.

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All I did was put a vexilar type battery in the compartment under the trolling motor up front that way I didn't have to run a line back to the console

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thats what i needed to know! thanks guys!!!!! wink.gif Todd

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I ran a power wire back to my console and put it on acc switch.

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