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Old 10-27-2019, 02:26 PM
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Anyone know where the front bilge pump is located and how do you access it?

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Unless they changed construction between 1999 and 2003 there is not a front bilge pump, only the one in the engine compartment. Any water that manages to get in up front drains back through passages in the hull under the floor to the best of my knowledge.

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Old 10-28-2019, 05:26 AM
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On the port side there are two thru hull fittings, one I know is for the sink drain, the other one is about two feet back from the sink drain. Do you know what that one is for? If I blow air into it you can hear it in the hull. Just bought this in July and trying to get familiar with it.
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Is it the vent for the fuel tank ? I had a 33 OL but that was yrs ago
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It's not a fuel vent, fuel vents are up higher just below rub rail, this one is just above the water line. It's a water outlet.
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On the port side there are two thru hull fittings, one I know is for the sink drain, the other one is about two feet back from the sink drain. Do you know what that one is for? If I blow air into it you can hear it in the hull. Just bought this in July and trying to get familiar with it.
I do not have one there. Do you have air conditioning? I do and it is under the center of the V birth however the drain for it is on the opposite side and much farther forward, If you do have AC where is it located?

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A/C water dump is starboard side at the bow.
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post a pic, fresh water tank dump ?
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Sometime in the late 90’s they started blocking the drain from the cabin to the bilge. Check your step into the cabin it should have screws so that you can remove the base and the forward bilge will be there
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