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dock lights

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rlwhitcher
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Vessel Info: 1992 Wellcraft Gran Sport 3400

dock lights

Postby rlwhitcher » Mon Oct 22, 2018 10:58 pm

Purchased a 1992 gran sport in pretty decent shape. Had some wiring challenges and fixed a fair number of items. But I have a port and starboard dock lights switches with some heafty white wire probably a #12 wire . Nothing comes on and there are no lights that I have not been able to light up. What are these mysterious lights?

Any help would be great.

Robin Whitcher
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Re: dock lights

Postby goodday » Mon Oct 29, 2018 10:46 pm

Can u trace the white wires and see where they go?

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Re: dock lights

Postby Billm » Tue Oct 30, 2018 8:25 pm

There used to be a factory option for two forward facing lights in the hull right up by the bow that could only be described as "headlights". See if that 12 guage wire runs all the way to the bow. But, you may want to use those switches to control some accessory that you have installed.

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