Understand, troubleshoot, repair, and upgrade your boatas electrical systems Frustrated by the high cost of basic electrical work but nervous about tackling such projects yourself? Get sound advice and guidance from author Ed Sherman, who wrote and teaches the American Boat a Yacht Councilas certification program for electrical technicians. In Powerboateras Guide to Electrical Systems, he combines basic theory with step-by-step directions for troubleshooting problems, making repairs, and installing new equipment. Learn to Draw up a wiring diagram for your boat Locate and identify wiring and circuit components Select and use a multimeter Choose and maintain battery and marine ignition systems Troubleshoot starting, charging, and instrument problems Install DC and AC marine accessories, equipment, and electronics aEd Sherman's nationally recognized expertise in electrical systems in boats makes him a natural choice to train and certify marine electricians. . . . He believes, as I do, that doing it right the first time will surely enhance your boating experience.a--C. T. aSkipa Moyer III, Past President, American Boat a Yacht CouncilAcceptable Locations for Fuses and Circuit Breakers . . . . . . . . . . . .55 Wire Routing and Support . ... .86 Alternator Basics . ... MerCruiser Thunderbolt IV and Thunderbolt V Systems . . . . . . .107 Beyond the Basics: Outboard and PWC Ignitionanbsp;...
|Title||:||Powerboater's Guide to Electrical Systems, Second Edition|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2007-07-22|