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Old 03-28-2020, 06:25 PM
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I have an early 2000s Lund fisherman. I just installed a second main from battery to console to power a garmin livescope set up. That all went great and works perfectly.

My question is; after I got done and cleaned up I went to turn the old main on that everything but electronics is on and I donít have power to the main. Is the main switch tied directly to the battery or is there another connection between that I should be looking for?

I checked fuses and didnít see anything. I need to get my meter tomorrow and check to ensure power is not there and itís not a bad switch.

Anything else I should be looking for?


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Old 03-28-2020, 06:44 PM
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I have an early 2000s Lund fisherman. I just installed a second main from battery to console to power a garmin livescope set up. That all went great and works perfectly.

My question is; after I got done and cleaned up I went to turn the old main on that everything but electronics is on and I donít have power to the main. Is the main switch tied directly to the battery or is there another connection between that I should be looking for?

I checked fuses and didnít see anything. I need to get my meter tomorrow and check to ensure power is not there and itís not a bad switch.

Anything else I should be looking for?


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I have done wiring on my 2002 2025 pro-v. There are definitely connectors in between the battery and fuse/connection board. The harness runs inside the panel with the motor controls and under the console. It is easy to get the harness tangled with the shift/throttle linkage putting that panel back on. Bob
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Old 03-29-2020, 10:34 PM
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Thumbs up wire diagram from Lund

A few years back I emailed a request to Lund service and they emailed me Wiring drawings and tube routing info for my Pro-V. I would guess if you give them all your model ino they may still do the same today>
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Old 03-31-2020, 02:16 PM
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Thanks for the replies guys. I ended up finding the issue. It was a loose harness behind the dash. Must have bumped it putting everything back together.


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Old 04-02-2020, 10:40 AM
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I have totally rebuilt my 2000 Pro-V 1900. The fuse panel was giving me intermittent fits. I finally found an oem lund panel that was new and replaced it and no more issues at all now.
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