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cray

Lund boat wiring

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I have a classic 1625 and am trying to find a power source for some add ons. Is there a fuse block buried somewhere in the boat. All I can find is the fuses next to the switches on the dash. Thanks.

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I believe years back Lund didn't have fuse blocks, just inline singles for each application.

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Cray - i have a 2004 1600 Classic and when we added a radio and outlet for GPS we used the master power switch. Take off the plate where the switches are and you can get behind that.

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