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Goofynube

Where are ballast pump fuses?

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Goofynube

I have a 14 VLX and cannot get the rear starboard ballast to drain. First I figured that the pump had died, but I removed it and connected it in place of the fill pump and it works!

i figure it must be either a blown fuse (which should be simple...) or the maliview computer is not sending a signal to the pump (not so simple and I would have no clue how to fix).  The thing is that I can’t find a fuse for the ballast pumps at all.

There are the circuit breakers under the throttle, but none are popped and none are labelled ballast. There are no fuses on the main panel under the steering wheel that are labelled ballast either.  

I’m at a loss.  Anyone where the fuses are for ballast pumps?

 Any ideas on a work around?  If I knew how to split the wire from the port side drain pump I could control them together...   bad idea?

 

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Dwake

I got an 18 lsv but I’m thinking the fuse part similiar with the viper malivue thing.

there are breaker fuses under throttle, but I have other fuses under dash.  2 fuses boxes with electronics in them.  They are labeled.  A pain to see but they are the 2 pong flat car fuse style.

i believe the 2 boxes are relay boxes for the control module.  But it’s got fuses and they are labeled 

 

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Your fuses will be under the dash. Remove the cover and they are all labeled beside each fuse.

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