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  1. Just bought first family boat '06 23 LSV and have a couple questions: First, it has two batteries w/ the perko selector switch in it. When I pulled the batteries to charge them I noticed that the huge amp/stereo wires just go to one battery, and not into the perko switch. Doesn't that negate being able to use the selector switch to choose which battery is powering the audio system? Is that common practice? Second, as I was reconnecting the wires everything went fine until I went to connect the negative lead from the speaker system/amp to the battery that I had connected the positive
  2. When I put a meter on the terminals on the alternator I just show same voltage as batteries. Not producing 14 volts. Typical running voltage for me has been 13.8. Now I charge up my batteries overnight and have enough juice to last the day but the alternator doesn’t seem to be charging. Seems to have started since the last time my kill switch came loose while cruising at about 25 mph. Hasn’t been the same since. Periodically I will see a small moment in time when my dash reads 13.8V.
  3. 2020 25 LSV, M6Di 170 amp alternator, battery option 3 (automatic charge selector) So I keep getting a low engine battery alarm. I start everyday with fully charged batteries off the tender. I have 3 batteries on board. The voltage reading on the engine diagnostics screen while running says 14.4 volts, the dash will start at 12 and drop down to 11 or lower after a couple hours. Then randomly, usually after a couple low engine battery alarms it will jump up on the screen to 13 volts or something. Rarely it will show 14.4. Others with the same boat have said it reads 14 volts on the dash w
  4. Hello, recently bought a 2011 Malibu 23lsv late last fall. Still new to this and figuring things out but when I bought the boat it was recommended to me that I never leave the battery switch on 1 or 2 when I store the boat or the battery selected will die. (Attached link is a picture of the battery switch.) This means every time I launch I have to reset the clock and radio presets. Not a big deal but I've recently developed issues with my power wedge not working properly. If my wedge starts at the top in the full stow position and I move it down to a 45 degree angle on the screen, the act
  5. Have 2 brand new batteries in our 2017 Wakesetter 21VLX. When I switch to battery 1, nothing. When I switch to battery 2 it works. Maybe I have battery cables wrong. Any suggestions, pics or diagram would be awesome. Thanks
  6. Last summer boat ran perfectly fine all summer then pull it out get ready to taker er out n bam nothin .. put two new batteries checked fuses but still no power to command center or no spark nada on ignition switch either.. no nothing push reset breaker n still no nothin no clicks no nothin.. as if batteries dead but there both good....please help
  7. I've got a 2018 Wakesetter I bought last Sept. We've put 11 hours on the boat. We took it out today after being in storage all winter. Boat started fine. About an hour out on the lake, we started to lose power. Boat went dead. Could it be a faulty alternator? Boat is practically new. Any other possibilities?
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