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    What are you going to operate with it?

    The switch will come with instructions, but it sounds like you may have a jet boat. If you're going to run a Place Diverter hyd pump wit hthis switch, you'll need a diode kit. Let me know if you need me to add it to your order.
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    I already have a diode kit for wit the current set up. I have a trim switch now it just not as pretty as the new steering wheel. If i get hung up ill let yo know and order another one.
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    Perfect - Thanks for the order
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    I got notification that this already shipped. I just wanted to say thanks for the great customer support in answering all my questions and getting that in the mail PDQ. You will get my buisness again.. Thanks for all the help.
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    Hey Dana,
    Switch showed up today and boy is it pretty!!! And the instructions are really simple and just what i had hoped for.

    However I did have one more question and i hope you know the answer off the top of your head...


    When i pulled my old wheel off it got thrown in the garbage with all the old screws and broken crap off the morse steering rack.. Stupidly i also threw away the nut that screws onto the shaft that holds the hub down.. You would not know what that size is off hand would you?
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    Dana,
    Got the power all hooked up and the rim switch works well.. However it is reverse from the labels... I connected via the diagram in the instructions. I assume i can just switch around a couple of wires. I just wanted to know which ones?
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    The trim switch with the coil cord should be white (positive), green (down), black (up).

    With the straight wire loom the wiring is Red (positive), Green (down), Blue (up)

    Just make sure it's wired through your diode kit properly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana Marine Products View Post
    The trim switch with the coil cord should be white (positive), green (down), black (up).

    With the straight wire loom the wiring is Red (positive), Green (down), Blue (up)

    Just make sure it's wired through your diode kit properly.

    Ok thanks.. I think my rainbow colored wire may be reverse from that. Ill get under that and check it out.

    thanks.
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    finally got around to switching it around.. Works great now.. Thanks Dana!
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