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Does anyone have the install guide for the connection kit they could post so I can confirm correct wiring without the kit. Thank you.
 

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It can easily be done. Only downside is you would have to get a water proof inline fuse holder since the kit holds the circuit protection for the sounder.
 

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In my opinion the kit is worth it. It isn't too too expensive and it sets you up to add another accessory without splicing and possibly corroding.



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the photo you posted looks like a page from the Depth Sounder book, am looking for the information on the connection kit itself. Cheapest I have found the kit is $90. Solder and watertight shrink are a lot cheaper. Would have been nice if the seller on Amazon had included a note that "plug and play" meant, buy a $90 additional kit to plug it in!
 

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It can easily be done. Only downside is you would have to get a water proof inline fuse holder since the kit holds the circuit protection for the sounder.
Cornmac - The photos of the kit I have found do not show how it interfaces with the existing fuse box. I see the white/red and white/black wires, but there are 2 purple wires and 4 black in the main harness so I'm not sure which of those to connect to.
 

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It doesn't interface with the existing fuse box. It interfaces with the diagnostic port


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There is power, ground and two communication wires. The diagnostic plug is plugged into the dummy plug under the coolant resivoir. The secondary fuse box comes with no instructions other than to plug it into the diagnostic port.


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There is power, ground and two communication wires. The diagnostic plug is plugged into the dummy plug under the coolant resivoir. The secondary fuse box comes with no instructions other than to plug it into the diagnostic port.


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Thank you Cormacs, I had not looked for the diagnostic plug. When I get back to the garage I will locate it and should be good to go. I will post a follow up.
 

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All the wires you need are in the diagnostic plug. It looks like it is plugged into something but all it is, is a female plug to keep water out. The accessory fuse box plugs into that plug and then it has another plug to take its place in case you add another accessory like a "t" harness.


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All the wires you need are in the diagnostic plug. It looks like it is plugged into something but all it is, is a female plug to keep water out. The accessory fuse box plugs into that plug and then it has another plug to take its place in case you add another accessory like a "t" harness.


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Knowing to look for the diagnostic port was the detail I needed. That was super easy and not worth $90 imo.

Thank you Cormacs!
 
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