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Old 21 May 2015, 02:59   #1
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Wiring diagram for Zodiac Open Pro 550 (2005)

Would any one have a wiring diagram for a 2005 Zodiac Open Pro 550?

Or know where I could find one?

Bilge pump stopped working, not sure it is the switch, a fuse or the unit itself. Rather than de-rig the whole thing, I might be able to do some diagnostics if I had a diagram.

Thanks,
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Old 21 May 2015, 08:25   #2
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No wiring diagram but I have a 550... although its newer than 2005.

My bilge pump was wired so it was live regardless of the position of the cut off switch as expected. There is a spade fuse just off the cut off switch, next to the battery that feeds the pump, it has blown a couple of times... you can also reach the pump though the furthest back hatch on mine and manually lift the float to see if that's stuck...
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Old 21 May 2015, 11:33   #3
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No wiring diagram but I have a 550... although its newer than 2005.

My bilge pump was wired so it was live regardless of the position of the cut off switch as expected. There is a spade fuse just off the cut off switch, next to the battery that feeds the pump, it has blown a couple of times... you can also reach the pump though the furthest back hatch on mine and manually lift the float to see if that's stuck...
Thanks Stuart, it's a good hint on where to look for the fuse - I was pretty sure it was not one of the ones in the console as nothing was blown and taking fuses out made no change to the voltage on the switch.

The request remains open to anyone who has a wiring diagram as it would be useful anyway
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Old 21 May 2015, 12:48   #4
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Wiring is not part of the boat's design, so would have been up to whoever rigged it. Odds are you won't find a diagram unless your rigger supplied one.

That said, you're looking at a pair of wires going to pump, maybe three is it has an auto-on/off feature. Shouldn't be too hard to trace. Start at the pump and try and match the wires coming forwards towards the battery.

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Wiring is not part of the boat's design, so would have been up to whoever rigged it. Odds are you won't find a diagram unless your rigger supplied one.

That said, you're looking at a pair of wires going to pump, maybe three is it has an auto-on/off feature. Shouldn't be too hard to trace. Start at the pump and try and match the wires coming forwards towards the battery.

jky
From the factory, Zodiac utilizes a factory made harness with deutsch connectors that is put in to a loom...much like a car. The connectors are the same ones utilized by Volvo Penta.

If it has been rewired after that, all bets are off.
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Old 22 May 2015, 10:15   #6
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Wiring is not part of the boat's design, so would have been up to whoever rigged it. Odds are you won't find a diagram unless your rigger supplied one.

That said, you're looking at a pair of wires going to pump, maybe three is it has an auto-on/off feature. Shouldn't be too hard to trace. Start at the pump and try and match the wires coming forwards towards the battery.

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Thanks, good point.
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Old 22 May 2015, 14:17   #7
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From the factory, Zodiac utilizes a factory made harness with deutsch connectors that is put in to a loom...much like a car. The connectors are the same ones utilized by Volvo Penta.
On smaller boats? Never seen that.

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On smaller boats? Never seen that.

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On the US made hulls of the Pro Open series, they receive a domestically made harness. Euro origin hulls, I don't remember.
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