|08-05-2021 07:34 PM|
|teebeej||Iíve done the kill switch thing a few times. Left the plug out a few times. Forgotten to unstrap the back a few times. Forgotten to unstrap the bow a few times. Forgotten to unplug the onboard charger a few times. But I have never forgotten to forget about that crap ASAP so I can remember how much I love to go fishing.|
|08-05-2021 01:12 PM|
|tandm||Launched the boat yesterday. motor cranked, but would not start. Everything appeared to be ok,checked fuel quantity, fuel pressure, kill switch. Everything appeared normal. Ready to drag it back on to the trailer and go to the boat dealer when I remembered the tether had gotten pulled out at the end of my last trip. and I had put it back in. Looked right, but, as a last ditch effort, I pulled it out, turned it over and reinserted it. Even with the starter battery almost dead, the motor started instantly. If I hadn't put the tether in myself, I would not have found it.|
|08-04-2021 03:13 PM|
|08-04-2021 12:41 PM|
|kzoofisher||Kinda nice to see how many people here actually use their kill switch.|
|08-04-2021 08:09 AM|
Also had the kill switch thing happen to me this year. Fished with the trolling motor for 3 hours thinking about how I was going to load the boat by myself with no motor until I figured out the kill switch was the problem.
|08-04-2021 07:35 AM|
Did the kill switch no start-plus the engine in gear no start.
We are all in the same boat together ( funny that we don't sink!!)
|08-03-2021 10:40 PM|
Kzoofisher, welcome to the club, but you have two more steps to become a full-fledged member: no drain plug and unloading without removing the rear hull straps.
I'm a charter member!
|08-03-2021 10:25 PM|
|kzoofisher||Iíve never made it off the trailer with the plug out but Iíve come close.|
|08-03-2021 08:47 PM|
|08-03-2021 02:21 PM|
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