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Replacement gauges for a 1984 3870 03 Feb 2017 23:22 #1

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1Tugger I have purchased a1984 3870 with Mitsubishi's. We belong to the Burrard Yacht Club in North Vancouver, B.C. We just sold our 75' former YAG (Navy) we had been working on, but health dictated we had to move on.

We have some gauges which are not responding. We will try to get them going, but a back up plan may be needed. So far I've only checked those in pilot house. Any source for new or used or parts would be appreciated.

Gary

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1984 3870 with Mitsubishi's
located in Deep Cove, North Vancouver, B.C.
Retired Tugboat operator
Past Commodore Burrard Yacht Club
Member Deep Cove Yacht Club

Replacement gauges for a 1984 3870 03 Feb 2017 23:58 #2

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Welcome to the forum!!
First thing is to verify if upper and lower helm gauges are all not working. Check the connections on the back of the gauges.

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Replacement gauges for a 1984 3870 04 Feb 2017 00:13 #3

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Why not make a new one. For not much money it's a big improvement.
just finished redoing the dash in my 96 Rendezvous 2659. Here is where I got my stuff.
Dash panel - www.decorativeplasticsheets.com/
Switches - newwiremarine.com/
Gauges - www.boatersland.com/

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Replacement gauges for a 1984 3870 04 Feb 2017 02:59 #4

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Welcome! Faria was the manufacturer, I understand, for Bayliner gauges. I've been looking for a new set, all of them, for my boat and find that some of them won't work for my application (diesel, analog, 0-4000 rpm electric tach, etc). The Chesepeake series looks like it might all work. First you are going to need to see if it's a signal or gauge issue and an excellent excuse for some marriage saver headsets. That way you can test the sending unit and not have to be yelling back and forth.

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Replacement gauges for a 1984 3870 04 Feb 2017 23:40 #5

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Good advice, will check both stations when it stops snowing.

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1984 3870 with Mitsubishi's
located in Deep Cove, North Vancouver, B.C.
Retired Tugboat operator
Past Commodore Burrard Yacht Club
Member Deep Cove Yacht Club
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