Pulled the boat engine wiring harness out of our Bayliner Bowrider 175 and it looks like a rats nest. Wires have been burn, some things have been honkey customized. Spent 3 hours cleaning this up and the results are amazing, I will go into more detail on where the wires run to in the next video.
While working on this boat wiring harness we saw were the mechanic had attempted to repair it. I spent half the time on this boat wiring harness repair pulling of,f what looked like, two rolls of electric tape. When doing wiring you don’t want to do this, on a boat the tape will hold in water, also while making future repairs much harder.
Follow along as we breath new life into this 2004 Bayliner Bowrider.
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