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My Tachometer is not working?? - what can I do to test the guage to decide to replace it - also the starter switch is not always engaging - what up with these things??? - 2003 Bayliner - was sticking a bit last year - now is not moving at all. Also the key needs to be turned a few times before the starter kicks in. Why is this happening and what can I do to fix and prevent this?

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Also - the blower is now not working??? Dont know if it is the switch or the blower???

 

Just use a rake then.

 

JF

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