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lfxstar 05-22-2007 4:32 PM

Hey guys, so here is the problem. My boat is an 04 210 so anybody familiar with problems regarding the electronics not working to the key pad and gauges, this is for you. I just got home for the summer, went to turn on the boat...and there was ZERO electricity when i flipped the starter switch up. When I flipped it down, which is what keeps the auto bilge on, it turned on the bilge, but just incase I put a full charge and even replaced one of the batteries to make sure it wasnt that. After putting in the new battery, still zero power, no lights, no horn, no power to the stereo. I called up Southeast Correct Craft and they were pretty sure it was an electrical problem with the keypad (duh). I checked all of the fuses, and none of them were blown, maybe i'll check again. The problem is is that I am in Tampa and the ramp is to low to get the boat out to take to orlando so I have to wait till next friday before they will even come to look at it. Does anyone have any tips at fixing it. One of my friends was a mechanic on malibu's and mastercrafts so with any basic instruction, he will most likely be able to fix it, but he is not familiar with all of the electronics of the nautique. Someone pleeeeeeeeease help, I can't wait 2 weeks to ride staring at glass every morning with 85 degree water!!!

super_air 05-22-2007 4:47 PM

Get the master code for your boat from your dealer and enter that one to be sure there is no power to the key pad otherwise you just need to reset your personal code.

lfxstar 05-22-2007 5:02 PM

already did that and there was nothing, so is it just a wiring problem then, and if so, how do i get to it to see?

super_air 05-22-2007 8:28 PM

Sounds like you could have a keypad issue more than a wiring issue. Have you gone over to Planet Nautique.com and asked yet, if yours is like mine you can loosen the thumb screws on the dashboard and pull off the top and look inside.

lfxstar 05-23-2007 8:42 AM

sounds good, no i haven't, ill copy and paste this into there, thanks a bunch, hope it works

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