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    US Marine Parts Catalogue - 2556/2560 - 1987-gctid377236

    Hello,Anyone has the US Marine Parts catalogue for a 1987 2556?I have the 1994 catalogue if anyone needs it, but the Navigation/Anchor light toggle switch (DPDT) I need it's not the same.I've attached a picture of the switch and how it is connected, in case anyone has the part number, or knows where to get it.I could modify a standard DPDT switch with a bunch of pins, but I'd like to get the proper switch if it exists.

    [img]/media/kunena/attachments/vb/680685=27169-Switch Wireing.jpg[/img]Thanks for all advice!

    #2
    www.allelectronics.com has numerous switches.

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      #3
      blinky wrote:
      Hello,Anyone has the US Marine Parts catalogue for a 1987 2556?I have the 1994 catalogue if anyone needs it, but the Navigation/Anchor light toggle switch (DPDT) I need it's not the same.I've attached a picture of the switch and how it is connected, in case anyone has the part number, or knows where to get it.I could modify a standard DPDT switch with a bunch of pins, but I'd like to get the proper switch if it exists.

      http://baylinerownersclub.org/media/....jpg[/img]Thanks for all advice!
      It's just a DPDT with two jumpers, IMO you'd be better off modifying one than trying to find the "original", and it'll probably be a much higher quality switch these days. My '89 has a standard DPDT switch that Bayliner soldered the wires together in the harness to accomplish the same thing.Grab a Contura.

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        #4
        Thank you! That is what I was thinking. I really appreciate your input.

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          #5
          I've gone ahead and purchased a regular DPDT switch and modified it to fit my needs.$6.50 new switch + $1.50 new connectors = $8 for new switch... Thx all! See below pic.

          [img]/media/kunena/attachments/vb/681077=27209-IMG_1555.JPG[/img]

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            #6
            Not quite - you need to make connections to two of the terminals you have jumpers on. So you'll need two piggyback connectors

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              #7
              Yes, I do have them, just not in the picture. Thanks to the sound advise, I did not spend hours to find the original part. Sometimes an idea is worth a million bucks!

              Thanks a lot! :worth

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