We have installed the boat engine wiring harness on a 2004 Bayliner Bowrider 175, for the Mercruiser 3.0 liter. We may rerun this later of the manifold of the engine, kinda like how it doesn’t clutter the top of the Mercruiser engine in our boat.
We still have a little more wiring to do on this boat. Some of the accessories that need to be wired in are missing. The great thing is that it works and we can now power the dash in our boat and most importantly, the radio. You have to have tunes while you do boat work, not a fan of hearing the goblins in my head.
The clean up: https://youtu.be/dlsdl9aGWzQ
Follow along as we breath new life into this 2004 Bayliner Bowrider.
Heat gun: https://amzn.to/2ykUqzq
Crimping Tool Kits: https://amzn.to/2ym6a4V
Butt connectors: https://amzn.to/2C3lhUk
Heat Shrink: https://amzn.to/2pFWiit
Wiring Loom: https://amzn.to/2ykwtII
It has bee a fun project that we have learned a lot along the way, but still, have a long way to go. We had a huge delay because of the issues we ran into with the mechanic we entrusted to install the engine. Our timeline now has been stretched to get this our boat on the water in spring. We how you enjoy these little updates and we keep them coming as we progress.
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