2001 Four Winns V375 Boat Owners Manual

Electrical Systems
H - 1
Be sure all three red (positive) cables are
installed on the positive (+) battery terminals.
All electrical equipment on the Four Winns V375
models operates on 12 volts DC or 120 volts (220
volts on 50 Hertz models) AC electrical power. The
V375 is equipped with a triple battery system along
with dockside power (including battery charger) as
standard features. Batteries are located in the engine
Connect each of the black (negative) battery
cables leading to the engine block to the negative
battery terminals on each of the three batteries.
Fire or Explosion Hazard!
Electrical system parts are designed by and
manufactured to comply with the U.S. Coast
Guard requirements to minimize risks of fire
or explosion. Never substitute automotive
parts for marine parts. Automotive parts do
not provide the necessary ignition spark
DO NOT tamper with any electrical connection,
panel or harness, or attempt installation of any
electrical equipment unless thoroughly familiar
with the systems and experienced in making
such installations.
Figure H1:  Triple Battery System
Circuit breakers are installed on the battery switch to
protect various system components. The SHIP
B.   Operation
SYSTEMS breaker supplies power to all DC electrical
com ponents except the aft and forward bilge pumps,
ignition, and instrumentation. Additional breakers are
located in the cabin circuit breaker panel. The circuit
breakers and fuses are labeled for amperage and use.
Power to the engines and all 12 volt electrical equip-
ment is controlled at the battery selector panel. On the
V375 models, separate breakers are provided on the
battery selector switch panel to protect the stereo,
windlass, forward and aft bilge pump, hatch lift (if
applicable), battery outputs, and ship systems. A helm
circuit panel (if applicable) may be located underneath
the diver’s seat. The circuit breakers provide addition-
al protection for certain component wiring which are
identified on the panel itself.
Two battery selector switches are installed on dual en-
gine, triple battery installations. This allows DC power
to be used from any of the three batteries.
Battery Selector Switch - Dual
The battery selector switch positions for the dual
battery selector switch is as follows:
A.   Installation
Connect each of the red (positive) battery cables
leading from the battery selector switch to the
positive (+) terminal on each of the three batteries.
Refer to Figure H1.
“OFF” - With the battery selector switches in the “OFF”
position and the “SHIPS SYSTEMS” circuit breaker in
the “OFF” position, all 12 volt power to the boat is shut
off except to the fore and aft automatic bilge pumps,
stereo, and windlass. Always turn the battery selector
switches and the SHIPS SYSTEMS” circuit breaker
Electrical Systems - Section H
Owner’s Manual Page 76
Product Specification
CategoriesFour Winns Manuals, Four Winns V-Series Manuals
Model Year2011
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