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JohnMickish

Pro V livewell pump location??

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I've got a '96 Pro V 1775 and while doing my pre-season checking I can't hear the front livewell pump run. The fuses are good so I assume the pump went bad over the winter. Now can someone tell me where this pump is located so I don't have to tear the whole boat apart looking for it?

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i got same boat that had same problem 2 years ago. the pumps are located under the floor just befor u step up onto the front platform. there is a small section of floor that will come out with a couple of screws. took me a week to find them. good luck and let me know how it goes

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Yep, that's where they are. I gave it a little tap and she came to life. I think I'll order a new one and put it on the shelf for when I really need it.

Thanks.

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funny when i had a problem i did the same thing and it worked again

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When you have to change out the pump be sure to replace it with the type that has the quick change type of pump cartridge! This will make it a snap to change out pumps in the future! If you use your boat a lot you WILL have to change pumps out! frown.gif

Cliff

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Thanks Cliff, while doing some research last night I saw the cartridge style. I like that idea.

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