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Thread: Toggle Switches

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    Toggle Switches

    Does anyone know where you can get replacment toggle switches for a 88 Pachanga 22ft. They have a crome shaft with a green lit up end on them. It is for the hatch lift that you have to hold up or down. There is 6 leads on the back to plug into. The outside 4 leads have double ends so you can plug two wires into one terminal.??????????????????

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    Made by Carling

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    you can get them at any sea ray dealer

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    Yeah I checked my local dealer for a hatch switch they wantd $65!! It is now a black blade for $16

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    Quote Originally Posted by pachanga27 View Post
    Yeah I checked my local dealer for a hatch switch they wantd $65!! It is now a black blade for $16
    You are right that one is pricey,but the other switches are only $10.

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    Thanks guys, 65 are you kidding me????

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    let me look around the my shop. I bought one and it did not fix my problem If I can find it you can have it. It's some where, just where to start looking is the problem...

    My hatch was going up slow. Fixed that, and have since sold the boat.

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    Great thanks, btw what was the slow hatch problem mine seems to be going a lot slower than it use to.

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    Not to change the subject - but has anyone converted their switches to something newer like rockers or anything? I don't think the skinny lighted end switches are that great looking in the first place... I am about finished with the new engines, and the helm is my next priority. Would love to see a pic if anyone has built a newer getup...


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