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Old 19 March 2006, 13:56   #1
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help dont know if i am on the right forum or not i am sure someone will point me in the correct direction anyway
my problem with my p22 is for some reason the breaker switch for ignition keeps popping out showing a heavy load before breaking.

also boat has started to stop for no reason at all just shuts down ,
i think i have put it down to the flap that covers the intake turbo can any one tell me if they have experenced this before or know the reason why its doing this

it would also be very kind to see a wireing diagram for this boat ??

all help greatly appreiciated

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Old 19 March 2006, 16:31   #2
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Rewire the shutdown flapper and see if it happens again. Replace the switch.

The vast majority of P22's are between 10 & 20 years old and the wiring & switches can be compromised. Get a new switch for the lanyard - they are cheap. Alot of P22's have the shutdown valves removed because of this problem, but the circuit is simple so it is easy to work on.

The ignition circuit is fairly simple to fault find. Best way is to shutdown the other breakers and see if you still get the problem, and if so, go hunting with a clamp on meter for the short.

Pete7 or Nev will give you a wiring diagram. Good luck JC
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Old 19 March 2006, 16:48   #3
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thanks for the reply jc

yes thought of just doing that anyaway
i have already pulled all the breakers out and still the ignition 1 breaks and stops the charging
mike

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Old 20 March 2006, 03:38   #4
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Mike hi, I don't have this problem because mine hasn't got the flapper valve fitted although Nev has sent me one which is sitting on my desk at the moment. Instead I intend to fit a solenoid to the FIP shortly which means a kill cord can be fitted. Mermaid do the solenoid and a little bracket to make it fit.

There should be a wiring diragram in the P22 Owners manual on my web site, help yourself to a copy

Nev is in Edinburgh somewhere but not exactly sure where, however he refurbishes P22 for a living and is a mine of information. Think this is one of his.

http://www.boatsandoutboards.com/view/F87958/

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Oops just been pointed out that its not in the owners manual, try this,

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Old 21 March 2006, 10:28   #6
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firstly thanks to all who have helped and contributed

thanks also pete7 for wireing

i have now solved this problem
the problem was with the flapper solinoid i believe

i remember checking this by pushing the flapper closed to see if it went down
it must have developed a fault because after that things got worse i disconnected it and now the trip for the ignition stays put connect it and dead shortning .
cheers to all
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Old 21 March 2006, 13:41   #7
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Glad you sorted it.
Our soleniod lasted about 2 weeks and gave up(they dont like being left activated/pulled in)
Mermaid want about 50 for one, and Nev was going to get us one.
Still not done, so if anyone has one or know where we can get a cheaper one would be most greatful
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Mermaid want about 50 for one, and Paul
So thats 25 at an auto factors if we can find a make and part number.

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Old 21 March 2006, 14:12   #9
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Read this thread, i think it mentions the part number Des
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Cheers Des,
Will see if i can track them down tomorrow
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