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    (39)96 Bayliner Capri 1950...WHERE THE !#/%!!! IS MY FUSE BLOCK?!?!-gctid384289

    Yeah, I'm serious. No clue where to find my fuses on this boat, and really hoping one of you can point me in the right direction. :surr

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    Zebra Muscle wrote:
    Yeah, I'm serious. No clue where to find my fuses on this boat, and really hoping one of you can point me in the right direction. :surr
    I'm not sure where on a 96' but my 86' has a block and most fuses behind/under the dashboard.

    Just to the right of the wheel

    Very easily accessible if I wedge myself sideways between the seats and the kick board with my head buried under the dash and turned in a grotesque and awkward angle. :sorrow:

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      #3
      Steve, that's what I'm afraid of - unaccessible yet critical things I can't get to, and have to pay $95/hr marine labor to fix! I'll be tackling the insertion of a new bilge pump this weekend, and figure I had better know where the fuses are in case I have an electrical issue.

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        #4
        One of two places:

        Under the dash..contortionist time....or if a cuddy there could be a button on vinyl panel inside that folds down and exposes the back of the guages, dash, and the fuse block is there.

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          rkcarguy wrote:
          One of two places:

          Under the dash..contortionist time....or if a cuddy there could be a button on vinyl panel inside that folds down and exposes the back of the guages, dash, and the fuse block is there.
          Yep -- we have a 1995 Capri cuddy 1952, and that's where the fuse block is, behind a vinyl panel. Not too bad, I just lay on the floor with my shoulders in the cuddy doorway. Arms get tired after a while, like working on a ceiling light.

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            #6
            As an added note, I solved several intermittent electrical problems by replacing the glass fuse panel with an automotive blade-type panel. Sturdier fuses and cleaner connections...

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