H - 3
12 VOLT ELECTRICALEQUIPMENT
Gasoline vapors can explode resulting in
injury or death.
A. Helm Equipment
The ignition, DC outlet, and panel switches are protected
by a separate fuse panel located underneath the helm
console. Access to the fuse panel may be gained by
going underneath the helm console. Descriptions of
individual switches are describe in the following:
Before starting the engine, check the engine
compartment bilge for gasoline or vapors.
Operate blower for four (4) minutes, and verify
blower operation. Run blower when vessel is
operating below cruising speed.
To avoid equipment damage or electrical fires,
use only replacement fuses that are of equal rat-
ing to the original fuse. Refer to the electrical
schematic included with this manual for proper
the vents. DO NOT rely on the sound of the
blower. Be sure a substantial amount of air is
being exhausted by the bilge blower. Check the
Horn -To sound the horn, push the HORN button.
Navigation &Anchor Lights - Moving the NAV/ANC LTS
switch towards the NAV position activates the bow lights
and the all-around light or both portions of the mast light.
Move the switch to the ANC position to activate the all-
around light or both the fore and aft portion of the mast
light. The center switch position is OFF.
propriate adaptor, the equipment draws power from the
Volt DC Receptacle - Permits the use of additional
volt equipment such as a cell phone. Using the ap-
Aft Bilge Pump - The PUMP switch at the dash is used to
manually activate the bilge pump in the engine compart-
ment. The bilge pump is used to remove water from the
bilge (bottom of the hull) area of the boat by pumping the
Wipers - The WIPER switch activates the windshield
wiper. This is an option for the starboard side only.
to the boat using an accessory switch. Certain accesso-
ries may be wired directly to the fuse block below the
dash. For more information, refer to SectionH-3B Instal-
lation ofAdditional 12 Volt Equipment.
On all Funship™ models, the aft bilge pump is equipped
with an automatic bilge switch and will operate whenever
bilge water rises above the pump stop level. This will
cause the internal float to move upward and activate the
Cockpit Lights -The CKPTLTS switch is used to activate
the cockpit (courtesy) lights.
When leaving your boat unattended for an extended pe-
riod, check the charge on the battery(s) periodically. Also
check the water level in the bilge and make sure the float
switch is functional.
B. Installation of Additional 12 Volt Equipment
On the fuse panel, non-factory installed 12 volt acces-
sory equipment can be connected to the “ACC” (Acces-
sory) terminal. Accessory equipment can also be wired
directly to the newly installed “ACC” switch on the dash.
If the automatic bilge pump must be disabled, discon-
nect the wiring plug near the bilge pump.
Bilge Blower- The BLOWER switch is used to activate
the bilge blower. The bilge blower is used to remove any
gas vapors that may have accumulated in the bilge or
Funship™ Owner’s Manual
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|Model Year||2003, 2004, 2005|
|Document Type||Owner's Manual|
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